Silent Recordings
Unpredictable Music for
Unreliable Times


Telemetry Orchestra
Tracky Dax


Around The Block
Nocturnal Emissions
Silent Soundtracks
Sounds of Silent
This Show Is About People

Rouseabout Records
Keeping it Real


Bondi Cigars
Cathie O'Sullivan
Colin Dryden
Creedence Clearwater Revisited
The Celebrated Knackers & Knockers Band
Donna Fisk and Michael Cristian
Eric Bogle
Fiddlers Feast
Gary Shearston
Gordon Lightfoot
Herb Superb
Johnny Wade
Jim Low
John Munro
Julie Wilson
Koori Classic
Kym Pitman
Marcus Holden
Mic Conway's National Junk Band
Nyalgodi Scotty Martin
Robyn Archer
Roger Knox
Russell Morris
The Newtown Rugby League Football Club Song
Warren Fahey & Luke Webb
Warren Fahey & Max Cullen (DEAD MEN TALKING)


Before the Boomerang Came Back
Down By The Billabong
The World Turned Upside-Down
Forte – Golden Fiddlers
Stand Up & Shout

Yesterday's Australia:

Barbara James
Bob Dyer
Bobby Limb
Buddy Williams
Dame Nellie Melba
Florence Austral
Frank Coughlan
John Brownlee
Johnny Ashcroft
Keith Branch & His South Sea Islanders

Percy Grainger
Reg Lindsay
Shirley Thoms
Smoky Dawson
Strella Wilson
Tex Morton
Tex Morton and Sister Dorrie
Warren Fahey's Diggers

Yesterday's Australia Compilations:

Australian Radio Serials
Australian Hillbilly Radio Hits
Australian Stars of the International Music Hall Voume 1
Australian Stars of the International Music Hall Voume 2
Band in a Waistcoat Pocket
Mastertouch Pianola
Strike up the Band
Stars of Australian Stage & Radio Vol 1
Stars of Australian Stage & Radio Vol 2

Yep! Records
Music Without Compromise


Jenny Morris
Michal Nicholas
The Lovetones
Saints of India
Screw the Pooch

Gordon Lightfoot
Living Legend

Gordon Lightfoot is a living legend. His music was discovered in 1964 when he was performing on the Toronto folk scene. His songs were covered by Ian and Sylvia, Peter, Paul & Mary, Bob Dylan, and Marty Robbins, who took Ribbon of Darkness to the top of the Billboard country charts. If You Could Read My Mind was Lightfoot’s greatest hit, reaching #5 on the Billboard Chart and becoming one of the most covered songs in popular music history. He has five Grammy nominations and 17 Juno Awards (the Canadian equivalent) and was inducted into the Canadian Music Hall Of Fame in 1986. Six of his albums have gone "gold" or higher, the most re-cent of which was Gord's Gold Volume 2 which was certified gold in September, 2001.

Gordon Lightfoot is one of the best songwriters in the 20th Century, and 'Beautiful' is the first-ever multi-artist tribute album that has been released anywhere! All tracks were newly-recorded for this tribute. This CD is executive-produced by Colin Linden (producer of Bruce Cockburn) and has been mastered by John Whynot, who has worked extensively with Colin. It includes an Incredible first-rate package (a 20-page booklet) designed by Juno Award-winning artist, Michael Wrycraft. Every artist has a complete page, along with comments on Gordon Lightfoot and/or their track, full track credits, and pic-tures of every artist re-done in the style on the cover.

Gordon Lightfoot Tribute
Catalogue Number RRR37


“I love this tribute. Some of the artists have outdone me on songs. There are so many great takes.”

Gordon Lightfoot, in an interview with Billboard.

Track Listing:

  1. Cowboy Junkies – The Way I Feel
  2. Jesse Winchester – Sundown
  3. Ron Sexsmith – Drifters
  4. Bruce Cockburn – Ribbon of Darkness
  5. Blue Rodeo – Go Go Round
  6. Blackie & The Rodeo Kings – Summer Side Of Life
  7. Connie Kaldor – If You Could Read My Mind
  8. Terry Tufts – For Lovin’ Me
  9. Harry Manx – Bend In The Water The Water
  10. The Tragically Hip – Black Day In July
  11. Murray McLauchlan – Home From The Forest
  12. Maria Muldaur – That Same Old Obsession
  13. James Keelaghan – Canadian Railroad
  14. Trilogy Quartette – Song For A Winter’s Night
  15. Aengus Finnan – Lightfoot (Bonus Track)

Here's what the media have to say...

"The strength of the material demonstrates what a great writer Lightfoot is, and the various interpretations are almost all well done. The album will be included in a lot of my programme."
(Arthur Elliot, Radio 99.7FM, Brisbane)
"Sensational. I play it most days."
(Keith McGowan, 3AW)
"It's a wonderful collection of songs done in real style by the artists concerned .... you can feel their passion for Mr Lightfoot's writings. An excellent release."
(Laurie West, 3RPP)
"CD of the week."
(Artsound FM, ACT)
"It's a fine album and I was pleased to make it my feature album on my program."
(Bruce Cameron, 2MCE)
"Great album - we made it our feature CD of the week. Keep 'em coming!"
(Julie Cavanagh, Radio Adelaide)
"I love it - Lightfoot and his music have always been amongst my all time favourites."
(Mike Smith, Cap News/Nfs)
"It's getting flogged. Many of our DJ's love it."
(Braidwood FM)
"I've got the feeling that this one will hang around for a while. There's something about it."
(Diana Bennison, Huon FM)
"A nice tribute to a great singer/songwriter. We're happy to add it to our playlist."
"A very interesting album! I'll be using it on my national program 'The Tiki Lounge'."
(Seth Jordan)
"Great CD. I've just got it back off my 13 year old son so I can actually review it! At least you can be sure it's crossing generations!"
(Bernie Howitt)
"A fascinating album of material which demonstrates Lighfoot's songwriting skills."
(Bruce Elder, SMH)
"A wonderful celebration of a great songwriter."
(Jim Low, Folk Australia)