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Janet Seidel

Based in Sydney, Australia, vocalist / pianist Janet Seidel currently enjoys a rare and enviable international reputation with 14 CDs released in Australia and also available in several other countries. In the Penguin Guide to Jazz on CD 2006 (UK) she is described as “Australia’s first lady of jazz”. On the other hand she is revered by cabaret aficionados overseas such as in New York’s Cabaret Hotline - “I had heard so much about this delightful jazz star from Australia, but I was still not prepared for this awesome performance. I have never been so thrilled by a performer - this lady is amazing - such pure clean vocals!" according to the writer. Janet has been performing jazz oriented material and the Great American Songbook in particular since her High School and University days in South Australia in the 1970s

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The Royal Air Force Squadronaires And Todd Gordon: Helping The Heroes

Read "Helping The Heroes" reviewed by Ian Patterson

One of the UK's premiere big bands, the Royal Air Force Squadronaires' roots date to 1939 when some of London's top jazz and dance band musicians were recruited to form the Royal Air Force Dance Orchestra, more popularly known as the Squadronaires. The band toured war-torn Europe to raise troop morale following the Allied Normandy Landings ...

"Charade" Henry Mancini Song Book

Label: Optimism Incorporated
Released: 2007

We Get Requests

Label: Unknown label
Released: 2007

Moon Of Manakoora

Label: Optimism Incorporated
Released: 2005

The Art of Lounge

Label: La Brava Music
Released: 2001
Track listing: The Very Thought of You; To Say Goodbye; Comes Love;I've Got a Crush on You; I Got Lost in His Arms; At Sundown; The Sweetest Sounds;Fools Rush In; Gee Baby, Ain't I Good to You; Mas Que Nada; Love for Sale; I Had the Craziest Dream; Don't Let the Sun Catch you Crying; Black Is the Color of My True Love's Hair

The Art of Lounge, Volume 2

Label: La Brava Music
Released: 2001
Track listing: Poinciana; Lonesome Road; Agua de Beher; Oh How My Heart Beats for You; They Say It's Wonderful; You're a Lucky Guy; It Had Better Be Tonight; Perhaps; Slow Boat to China; Spanish Harlem; Skylark; Always Something There to Remind Me; Button up Your Overcoat; You Belong to Me; Can't We Talk It Over; Sentimental Journey.

Comme Ci Comme

Label: La Brava Music
Released: 2001
Track listing: And the Angels Sing; Dance in the Old Fashioned Way; I Wish You Love; Once upon a Summertime*; Smile; Windmills of Your Mind*; These Foolish Things*; C'est Si Bon; L

Love Letters

Label: La Brava Music
Released: 2001
Track listing: Love Letters**; Small Fry; Lazybones; Baltimore Oriole; True Love; Nature Boy; Rockin' Chair; Stardust**; The Nearness of You; In a Sentimental Mood; It Ain'

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Janet Seidel: The Art of Lounge, Volume 2

Read "The Art of Lounge, Volume 2" reviewed by Dave Nathan

Australia's Janet Seidel continues to work magic on popular songs of the past, many of which have become standards. Like her first volume honoring the art of sophisticated swing and ballad, Seidel chooses to work in small group settings sometimes with sax or cornet added, other times with strings. When the sax is present, it adds ...


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