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Please Leave Your Light On

Label: Gawd Aggie
Released: 2020
Track listing: True To You; Petrichor; When A Woman Loves A Man; Sonnet 138; Time and Tide; Young Lovers; Every Time We Say Goodbye; Please Leave Your Light On; You Can Put Your Shoes Under My Bed; Winter Coat; God’s Grandeur; If I Could Start Today Again.

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True To You

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Label: Gawd Aggie
Released: 2020
Duration: 03:44

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Sonnet 138

Featuring the music of Paul Grabowsky
Duration: 4:13

From Paul Kelly & Paul Grabowsky's album Please Leave Your Light On. Recorded in the David Li Sound Gallery at Monash University in Melbourne, Australia. Lyrics by William Shakespeare. Music by Paul Kelly. Video directed by Andy Doherty.
NEWS: RECORDING

Australia's Greatest And Most Enduring Songwriter, Paul Kelly, Collaborates With Award-Winning Jazz Pianist And Composer Paul Grabowsky

Australia's Greatest And Most Enduring Songwriter,  Paul Kelly, Collaborates With Award-Winning  Jazz Pianist And Composer Paul Grabowsky

Please Leave Your Light On due July 31 from Gawd Aggie/Cooking Vinyl North America (digitally), August 14 on CD and vinyl Paul Grabowsky and Paul Kelly share a love of the classic collaborations between Frank Sinatra and Nelson Riddle (particularly In the Wee Small Hours), and Tony Bennett & Bill Evans (with whose playing Grabowsky’s has ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Paul Grabowsky, Mirko Guerrini, Niko Schäuble: Torrio!

Read "Torrio!" reviewed by Neri Pollastri

Il sassofonista e compositore toscano Mirko Guerrini si è trasferito nel 2013 in Australia, dove insegna alla Monash University di Melbourne e dove ha anche una ricca attività concertistica con musicisti di quel paese—e anche internazionali, vista la frequenza con cui vi si invitano grandi artisti stranieri. In quel contesto è nato il trio Torrio!, che ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Robert Burke, Tony Malaby and Mark Helias: Head Under Water

Read "Head Under Water" reviewed by Troy Dostert

A heralded veteran of the Australian jazz scene, saxophonist Robert Burke has never been one to limit his artistic reach through idiomatic complacency. Just within the last couple years, he has collaborated with pianist (and fellow Australian) Paul Grabowsky on Gravity Project (Apollo Sounds, 2018)--an intriguing East-meets-West endeavor that merged traditional Japanese music, jazz, hip-hop and ...

The Gravity Project

Label: Apollo Sounds
Released: 2018
Track listing: Tokyo Overpass; Beat Hayashi; Plum Rain; Now Breathe In; Vinegar; Psalm.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

The Gravity Project: The Gravity Project

Read "The Gravity Project" reviewed by Gareth Thompson

Born in Osaka, Japan, the veteran costume designer Junko Koshino has thrived on opposing images. Be-tentacled alien women can be expected to appear next to Greek goddesses in her shows. Her philosophy has thus been described as taikyoku, the Japanese word for “extreme opposites." Here comes the relevant bit... Now consider Masaki Nakamura, a ...

Torrio!

Label: Encore Jazz
Released: 2017
Track listing: Come Here and Say That; Once in a While; Psalm; 2nd Exit; 16 aprile 1881; Helix; Somewhere, Sometimes; Angel; Trio Music #1; Glass Managerie.


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