Portrait of Janet Seidel at Tokyo Uniform Club in Tokyo, Japan for her concert. (April 2010)
May 28, 1955 |
Cummins, South Australia, Australia
|Genres||Jazz, traditional pop|
|Associated acts||Billy Ross, Kevin Hunt, Tom Baker, William Galison, David Seidel, Chuck Morgan, Ben Jones, Adam Pache, Bob Jeffery, Col Nolan, Maree Steinway, Ian Date, Bob Gebert|
Janet Seidel (born 28 May 1955) is an Australian jazz vocalist and pianist.
Her albums, recorded with musicians including her brother, bassist David Seidel, have been nominated for prizes such as the ARIA Music Awards. Her album Moon of Manakoora won the Bell Award for Best Australian Jazz Vocal Album in 2006. Thanks to an episode of Glee where Janet's version of "A Man and a Woman" was used, her CD Comme Ci, Comme Ça is now a best seller.
- 1994: Little Jazz Bird
- 1994: Winter Moon
- 1995: Doodlin'
- 1997: The Art of Lounge
- 1998: The Way You Wear Your Hat
- 1999: The Art of Lounge - Volume 2
- 2000: Love Letters
- 2001: Doris & Me
- 2002: Don't Smoke in Bed
- 2003: Comme Ci, Comme Ça
- 2003: The Art of Lounge - Volume 3
- 2004: Dear Blossom
- 2004: Hooray for Christmas
- 2005: Moon of Manakoora
- 2005: Delovely
- 2007: We Get Requests
- 2007: "CHARADE" - Henry Mancini Song Book
- Nathan, Dave (2001-05-01). "CD/LP Review: Comme Ci Comme". All About Jazz. Retrieved 2011-01-06.
- Nathan, Dave. "Janet Seidel: Biography". Allmusic. Retrieved 2011-01-06.
- "The Australian Jazz Bell Awards 2006". Australian Jazz Bell Awards. Retrieved 2011-01-07.
- Nathan, Dave. "Don't Smoke in Bed: Review". Allmusic. Retrieved 2011-01-06.
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