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The cover art for 'Luminous' is based on a painting by Helen Rivero, and designed by Greer Versteeg

Australia's scariest lullaby album: a collaboration with Helen Rivero featuring night music from around the world.
Delicious vocals, exotic sounds, arty cover.

buy it from CD Roots
or download from Helen's Bandcamp page

Kulku: the latest CD from SANS


Spirit of Place

The artwork for 'Spirit of Place' is by Simon von Wolkenstein, and yes, folks, he is descended from the composer Oswald von Wolkenstein (1377-1445)

A little something I ran up for the ABC's 'Soundscapes' initiative...

get it physically from CD Baby
or spiritually from iTunes


The cover of Jenny Gall's 'Cantara' features the painting 'A Rolling Sea' by Janet Goodchild-Cuffley. Text at the base of the picture says: 'after this the Syren made the King sit upon her Fishy Tail and both sailed away in a Rolling Sea with all imaginable Satisfaction'

A project with Jenny Gall: a new look at traditional music as played and sung by Australian women, featuring that underacknowledged bush instrument, the piano. And on the new music front, it includes Jenny's settings of three poems by Gwen Harwood and the instrumental 'Blue Fox'.

you can get this one from CD Baby, too.
and from iTunes

The Man in the Moon drinks Claret

The Man in the Moon drinks Claret: the second Pyewackett album, with artwork by Max Ernst (from 'The Phases of the Night')

The classic collection of pop music from the last five centuries by Pyewackett, now re-issued.

available from Music & Words
and from Roots and Rhythm

Wonder Tales of Earth and Sea

The CD cover for'Wonder Tales of earth and Sea'

New and traditional stories and songs from Jenni Cargill, music by Ian Blake. Listen to some of the CD at Jenni's website.

buy direct from Jenni

Second door on the left

The CD cover for 'second door on the left'

This CD from Clarity Clarinet Quartet includes my piece 'Starling', which was commissioned by Clarity.

more details at Move Records' site