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On Night & Day Rossitto has recorded a smattering of original tracks, highlights of which include Man & Strife and Whispers In The Night. His reputation, for the moment, may well be forged on his interpretations from the Great American Songbook.
Following on from the huge success of Baby It’s Cold Outside Vol 1 and 2, this is another great collection of jazz tracks for relaxing at home when it’s cold outside – smooth jazz for a cosy evening. Track Listing: CD1:- 1. Ella Fitzgerald and Joe Pass - Take Love Easy 2. Diana Krall - Cry Me A River 3. Dianne Reeves - You Go To My Head 4. Chet Baker - My Funny Valentine 5. Blossom Dearie - Someone To Watch Over Me 6. Anita O'Day - Love For Sale...
Having won an ARIA Best Jazz Album Award for their collaboration with James Morrison in 2010, Australia’s leading a cappella vocal quartet The Idea of North, return to their roots with the sublime Extraordinary Tale: an album that can melt the heart and dazzle the senses. Extraordinary Tale is an instrument-free zone, made up of concert repertoire and songs that are requested time and time again by their fans.

29 years ago, in a two-bit, flea-bit, roadside bedsit, under

Grace Knight is one of Australia’s finest vocalists with a stellar career spanning 35 years.

ALBARE is the nom de guerre of Albert Dadon, a virtuoso jazz guitarist with a strong melodic sense and a wealth of global influences

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With a smile that could light up the Sydney Opera house and a voice that's as big, bold and colourful a

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Steven Rossitto walks into a room and the room lights up: but, it’s when he caresses a melody that the magic happens.

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Gregg Arthur lives and breathes the music of the greatest era of American cool, when men always wore suits and had the impeccable manners to match.

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The best brews take time. And that’s certainly the case with Elixir.

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"Sarah McKenzie is a musical marvel.

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Even as a toddler, Emma Hamilton was rarely photographed without a musical instrument in her hand.

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If you believe they don’t write songs like they used to, here is new hope for old romantics.

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