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Bach Cello Suites Vol II
Before Time Could Change Us
Paul Grabowsky & Katie Noonan
The Beethoven–Willems Collection, Pt. 1
Peter Sculthorpe – The Fifth Continent
Tasmanian Symphony Orchestra
Gurrumul is the debut album for Geoffrey Gurrumul Yunupingu. It is performed in a mixture of both Yolngu and English. It reached number three on the ARIA charts, won ARIA awards for Best World Music Album and Best Independent Release and won a Deadly for Album of the Year. The track "Gurrumul History" also won a Deadly for Single of the Year.
The album reached 3x Platinum sales in excess of 210,000. In October 2010, it was listed in the top 30 in the book, 100 Best Australian Albums. On November 23, 2012 the album was certified Silver in the United Kingdom for sales of 60,000 copies. It is the best-selling Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander music album in Australian history, launching Yunupingu's international solo career and establishing him as one of Australia's most significant musical artists.
In 2018, the album was inducted into the National Film and Sound Archive's Sounds of Australia collection of historic recordings, the first and only recording selected in its first year of eligibility.
Songs From The South
Songs from the South, subtitled Paul Kelly's Greatest Hits, is a greatest hits album by Australian singer-songwriter Paul Kelly. It was released on 13 May 1997 by Mushroom Records.
The album peaked at No. 2 on the Australian Recording Industry Association Albums Chart. It was certified 7× platinum by 2017.
The songs are drawn from Kelly's previously released albums issued between 1985 and 1996. Two tracks on the album are exclusive to this release: a live recording of "Everything's Turning to White", and a newly-recorded acoustic version of "When I First Met Your Ma".
With Love and Fury
Brodsky Quartet & Katie Noonan
Elixir is the debut studio album by Australian jazz band Elixir, released in May 2003 and peaked at number 24 on the ARIA Charts. The band was formed in Brisbane in 1997 by Katie Noonan and Nick Stewart from ARIA award winning, double-platinum selling band george and River Petein.
Australian Art Orchestra, Archie Roach, Ruby Hunter.
My Friend The Chocolate Cake
Brood is the second studio album by Melbourne band My Friend the Chocolate Cake. The album was released in 1994 and won the 1995 ARIA Music Award for Best Adult Contemporary Album.
In Good Company
Don Burrows & James Morrison
For All Colours
Rachmaninoff: Piano Concerto No. 2 (1000 Years Of Classical Music, Vol. 73)
Solo Guitar Images 2: The Sky in Your Eyes
Between Last Night And Us
Between Last Night and Us is the debut album by Australian blues/roots band, The Audreys.
The album won the 2006 ARIA award for 'Best Blues & Roots Album' and its songs were used as the soundtrack for the 2007 ABC TV series, Rain Shadow.
The Black Sorrows
Bach: The Cello Suites
The Hurting Scene
Beethoven: Fur Elise - Bagatelles For Piano
The Best Of Cold Chisel - All For You
The Best of Cold Chisel: All for You is a greatest hits album released in October 2011 by Australian rock band, Cold Chisel. It debuted at No.2 in Australia and has been certified double platinum.
A limited edition included a bonus disc that featured a dozen of the band's most loved covers.
A Deluxe edition was released in 28 September 2018.
As Day Follows Night
As Day Follows Night is the third album by Australian singer/songwriter Sarah Blasko. It was produced by Bjorn Yttling of Peter, Bjorn and John and recorded in early 2009 in Stockholm, Sweden. It was released in Australia on 10 July 2009. The making of As Day Follows Night was chronicled by Blasko on her blog.
Between Two Shores
Vika & Linda
Between Two Shores is the fifth studio album by Australia vocal duo Vika & Linda Bull. The album features some of the most popular songs of Vika and Linda Bulls's career, including some from their time with Black Sorrows. The album was released on 23 September 2006 via Liberation Records.
The album was dedicated to Stuart Speed, Vika and Linda's bass player who died during the making of the album.
Bitch Epic is the second studio album by Australia rock singer-songwriter and guitarist, Deborah Conway. The album was released in November 1993 and peaked at number 18 on the Australian ARIA Charts. This remains Conway's highest charting album.
The cover art features Conway topless and covered in Nutella. According to Conway, the title comes from "random words, cut up and pulled from a hat".
At the ARIA Music Awards of 1994, the album was nominated for two awards, ARIA Award for Best Cover Art and ARIA Award for Best Female Artist, winning for Best Cover Art.
Baby et Lulu
What Was Left
Clare Bowditch & the Feeding Set
What Was Left is the second studio album by Clare Bowditch and the Feeding Set. It was released in October 2005 through Capitol, and received a nomination for the 2005 J Award, as well as being placed in the top five Australian albums of the year by Rolling Stone. Two tracks, "Divorcee By 23" and "On This Side", received national airplay. What Was Left peaked at No. 35 on the ARIA Albums Chart.
Forever, And No Time At All
Catgut Ya' Tongue?
FourPlay String Quartet
Gregorian Chant: Baroque And Before (1000 Years Of Classical Music, Vol. 1)
Singers Of St Laurence
Daytime and the Dark
Daytime and the Dark is the fourth studio album by Australian musician, Mark Seymour. It contained acoustic versions of songs, most of which had appeared first on albums by Seymour's band Hunters & Collectors, and was released in March 2005. It also contained two new songs, "Good Ol' Boys" and "Dream You Had Last Night", as well as a cover version of Dragon's 1977 hit "April Sun in Cuba" as a duet with James Reyne. The album peaked at number 99 on the ARIA Charts.
The album was re-released in June 2012 under the title Greatest Hits Acoustic.
After a Time
Tognetti – Bach: Violin Concertos
Parking Lots is the second studio album by Australian blues and roots singer Mia Dyson and was released on 11 April 2005. The first single off the album was "Roll Me Out". The final single off the album, "I Meant Something to You Once", was made available as an exclusive download through iTunes was added to high rotation on Triple J and community, youth radio networks across the country.
All songs on the album were written and produced by Dyson except "Rivers Wide" which was produced with Matt Walker. Parking Lots was co-produced with Lloyd Barratt and mixed by Nick Launay.
Parking Lots was recorded at a holiday house in Victoria’s Mt Martha with Dyson's backing band of Lucas Taranto and Daniel Farrugia. Stage two saw the studio move back home to the bungalow in her backyard, where she was joined by special guests: Matt Walker, Steve Hesketh Carl Panuzzo and Sime Nugent. Later, Renée Geyer added backing vocals during the album's mixing stage at Sing Sing, Melbourne.
Parking Lots won the 2005 ARIA Award for Best Blues and Roots Album; she was also nominated for Best Female Artist.
Car Tape is the third album by Melbourne singer-songwriter Lisa Miller. It is an album of covers and was released in Australia in 2002 on Raoul Records.
Miller's most highly acclaimed album, it was nominated for the following 2002 ARIA Awards:
Best Female Artist
Best Independent Release
Best Adult Contemporary Album
Other Side of the Rock
Up All Night
Up All Night is the fourth album by Australian folk band The Waifs, first released by Jarrah in January 2003. Critics reacted more favourably to this release and it has been the band's biggest album to date.
Up All Night debuted on the Australian ARIA album chart at No. 3 and 12 months later had shipped over 140,000 copies, garnering a double platinum accreditation.
Their hard work was rewarded at the ARIA Music Awards of 2003 they won Best Independent Release, Best Blues and Roots Album for Up All Night, as well as Engineer of the Year and Producer of the Year for Chris Thompson's work on the album. The media celebrated with them, calling them an "overnight success 11 years in the making!".
In some parts of North America, the album was packaged with a bonus sampler of Waifs songs.
My Little River
Jess Ribeiro and the Bone Collectors
Act Of Free Choice
Hunters & Collectors
Dark Horses (Bonus Disc Edition)
Dark Horses is the second solo studio album by Australian singer-songwriter Tex Perkins. The album was released in July 2000 and peaked at number 24 on the ARIA Charts.
The album was re-released in 2001 with a bonus 6-track live disc recorded Live at the Wireless and Live at the Laundry in September 2000.
You Don't Know Lonely
Tex, Don & Charlie
You Don't Know Lonely is the third studio album by Australian rock band Tex, Don and Charlie. It was released in June 2017 and debuted at number 14 on the Australian charts.
A Morning in the Australian Bush
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