The Collection (3CD)

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Artist:
Don Burrows

Legendary musician Don Burrows (AO, MBE) has been at the forefront of the jazz world for most of his 60 years in the business. He's a household name in Australia, renowned for his musicianship and his enthusiastic support for the jazz arts. He's also highly respected internationally, where he's toured numerous times to great acclaim annually since 1960.

This superb multi-instrumentalist plays flute, clarinet and all the saxophones, from alto to baritone. He's a composer and arranger of great note, and one of the world's finest interpreters of the jazz tradition. A Don Burrows concert is a journey from classic swing and the gentle sway of Brazilian bossa nova to exciting modern jazz.

Throughout a long, varied and successful career Don Burrows has played just about every kind of venue, in front of just about every kind of audience, from nightclubs and festival stages to television studios and outback classrooms. His musicianship and his ability to communicate his passion for the music have become legendary. He remains one of Australia's pre-eminent artists, veritably a Living National Treasure.

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Tracklisting:

CD 1 - DUETS

  1. Sambalucy
  2. Cry Me A River
  3. Spring Will Be A Little late This Year
  4. The Living Ocean
  5. Cosy
  6. Yet Again
  7. Gogs On
  8. I'll Never Be the Same
  9. Ampora
  10. Bopthamology
  11. Sugartown
  12. Thought Travels
  13. Dream Dancing

CD 2 - QUINTET

  1. Invitation
  2. Star Eyes
  3. Babinda
  4. Bluesette
  5. Early Autumn
  6. Loro
  7. The Daintree Drift
  8. Blues For Chester
  9. Just In Time
  10. Papagaio

CD 3 - ORCHESTRAL

  1. Sophisticated Lady
  2. A Time For Love
  3. When Your Lover Has Gone
  4. Anything Can Happen
  5. Nuages
  6. Come Rain Or Come Shine
  7. Whenever
  8. How Long Has This Been Going On
  9. Close Enough For Love
  10. When Pietje Smiles
  11. Room With A View
  12. All Too Soon
  13. The Girl Next Door
  14. Emily
  15. Babinda
  16. But Not For Me

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