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Parlane was a member of New Zealand country rock band Beech, which released a single, "Head For Home"/"Ready To Run" (1975), through White Cloud. The band's lineup was Parlane (guitar and vocals), Andrew Forrer (bass), Andrew Kay (keyboards), Phil Jones (guitar and vocals), Ron Mahony (drums) and later Donald Bean (drums).
In Australia Parlane formed 33° South (previously called Tourists) with Forrer, Kay, Co Tipping (guitar) and Dave Cail (drums). The band put out two singles through Polydor Records: "This Time It's Love"/"Something To Believe In" (1979) and "Mr President"/"Baby Jane" (1980). These were followed by an album, 33° South (1980).
Sings and Plays Guitar at the Same Time EP (1980)
Come on You Guys This Is Serious! (1982)
Don't Give Up Your Day Job (1985) - Roscoe Records
Ramblings of a Diseased Mind (1984) - Mr Wonderful
True Life (1985) - Roscoe Records
Just a Hard Rockin' Dude From Melbourne (1987) - Roscoe Records