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John Butler Trio
Grand National is the fourth album by the John Butler Trio. Somewhere between 22 and 25 songs were considered for this album, some created during or before Sunrise Over Sea.
To date, it is the John Butler Trio's most ambitious work, containing many more instruments than previously seen on their albums, including a whole strings and horn section on some songs, with numerous percussion instruments for many more.
Butler, having previously tried to self-produce the album, called upon Mario Caldato Jr. to assist.
The album reached number one on the ARIA Albums Chart and the Billboard Heatseekers chart in the US, and as of 10 March 2008 it has reached triple Platinum Status. Grand National was the 7th highest selling album in Australia in 2007, remaining in the ARIA top 20 album charts for over nine months.
The title of the album is derived from the antique dobro resophonic guitar that Butler inherited from his grandfather. In the 1920s the Dobro and National were competitors in the development of resonator or resophonic guitars, in 1934 they merged to form the National-Dobro Corporation, and hence the name of the album.
Acoustic At The Norfolk
Blue King Brown
Long Nights Are Gone
Carus and The True Believers
Beat and Holler
Spirit Bird is the seventh studio album by Australian multi-instrumentalist Xavier Rudd. It was released on 8 June 2012.
Trouble's Door is the sixth studio album by Australian blues musician Ash Grunwald. It was released in May 2012, peaking at number 29 on the ARIA Charts; his highest charting album.
Upon release, Grunwald said the album involved "some of my most personal songwriting", laying the foundations for "his most internal album to date".
At the APRA Music Awards of 2013 "Longtime" won "Blues & Roots Work of the Year"
Diamond Amongst the Thieves
In This Life
Hand Me Downs
Tea & Sympathy
Tea & Sympathy is the debut solo album by Australian musician Bernard Fanning. It was released on 31 October 2005 by Dew Process records while Powderfinger—Fanning's main band—were on hiatus. Contrary to Powderfinger's usual alternative style, the album blends alternative and country-folk music. Most of the record was written after the cancer related death of his brother in 2002. His brother's death coincided with the end of Fanning's twelve-year relationship with his partner and both events were instrumental in his move away from his typically political and socially lyrical subject matter.
Fanning recorded four songs at his home studio in Brisbane and the rest at Real World Studios near Bath, England. Fanning worked with producer Tchad Blake in both sessions. To support the album's release Fanning toured Australia twice and performed across North America and the UK.
"Tea & Sympathy" topped the Australian Recording Industry Association albums chart and won three awards at the 2006 ARIA Awards, as well as an APRA Award and a J Award.
Into The Dojo
The Black Seeds
Into the Rain
Summerland is the fourth album by Australian hip hop band The Herd and was released on 24 May 2008. The Herd announced its new album in March 2008, in early May of that year the first single from the album, "The King is Dead", received radio airplay, it makes reference to Australia's change in government with John Howard being replaced after 11 years as Prime Minister by Kevin Rudd.
The album debuted at #7 on the ARIA Album charts and reached #2 on the Top 40 Urban Album charts. It was also nominated for the 2008 ARIA Awards in the 'Best Urban Release' category.
The album was named 'Best Independent Urban/Hip Hop Album' at the Jägermeister AIR Awards held at Melbourne's Corner Hotel in November 2008.
The Mike Daly directed film clip for the second single from the album, "2020", was nominated and won the inaugural J Award for ‘Best Music Video’ in December 2008.
Chimney's Afire is the second album by Australian singer-songwriter Josh Pyke. It was produced primarily by Pyke and released in 2008 on the Ivy League Records label.
Chimney's Afire featured 2 songs on Triple J's Hottest 100 of 2008, with "Make You Happy" at number 29 and "Lighthouse Song" at number 27.
Live at Bats
Fly My Pretties
Feeler is the second album by Australian singer-songwriter Pete Murray. Released on 21 July 2003, it went to number one on the Australian album charts on 29 March 2004 and to that date, achieved 6 x platinum status.
Marshall & the Fro
Marshall & The Fro
The Fire Is on the Bird
The Fire Is on the Bird is the first studio album by Australian hip hop band Jackson Jackson. It was issued on 27 March 2007 via EMI Music Australia with Jan Skubiszewski producing.
Computer Love is an Australian hip hop album by TZU, released on 28 June 2008. The album was released under the P & C Liberation Music record label and debuted at no. 23 on the Australian music charts.
The album has been nominated for a 2008 J Award as "Album of The Year".
The single released from their third album "Computer Love" was also entitled "Computer Love" and it received airplay on national youth radio station Triple J. The video clip for the song has also been nominated for the "Music Video" J Award for 2008.
Although the album was originally released with just 14 tracks, it now contains the 15th track "Reflecting Off That".
The Goodbye Girl
Depth of Sound
Autumn Flow - 10th Anniversary Edition
Offered It Up
15 songs by jon swift
The Cat Empire
Pass It Around
Blind Boys Run
Past, Present, Future
Past, Present, Future is New Zealand based musician Tiki Taane's platinum selling debut solo album. It features a fusion of Taane’s trademark bass-heavy production with traditional Māori instrumentation, a style which Taane describes as “punk dub meets tangatawhenua”.
Guest vocalists include Taane’s father Uekaha Taanetinorau and grandmother Inuwai, as well as PDigsss, Julia Deans, Celia Church, and Zaniah Carigiet.
He Will Have His Way - The Songs Of Tim & Neil Finn
He Will Have His Way is a compilation album featuring male Australian and New Zealand musicians performing songs written by Neil Finn and Tim Finn, who are best known as members of Split Enz and Crowded House. It was released on 12 November 2010 and is a sequel to She Will Have Her Way, a 2005 album featuring female Australian and New Zealand musicians. The two albums were later released together with extra tracks as the double CD They Will Have Their Way.
A Lover and a Fool
Eddie Boyd and the Phatapillars
Learn To Breathe
Like a Rolling Stone
Exit Strategy is the debut album from Astronomy Class and was released on 30 September 2006. It also features collaborations from several prominent Australian MCs and musicians.
Bloodhound Killed My Squeezebox
Quarry Mountain Dead Rats
The Signal is the second album from The Herd member Urthboy and was released on 14 July 2007. The album features production from Australian artists El Gusto of Hermitude fame and Count Bounce from TZU. It also features collaborations from several prominent Australian MCs and Musicians. The album was released on CD and double vinyl.
Listen To Little Red
Listen to Little Red is the debut studio album by Australian rock band Little Red, released through Shock Records on 28 June 2008. Listen to Little Red entered and peaked on the Australian album charts at number 29. The album's label, Hooch Hound Records, was created by the band and named after a song that failed to make it to the album.
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