Epiphany (Judith Durham album)

Epiphany is the tenth studio album (eleventh included the co-credit on Future Road) by Australian recording artist Judith Durham. The album was released in October 2011 and first to be released under Decca Records / Universal Music Australia.

Epiphany
Epiphany by Judith Durham.jpg
Studio album by
Released28 October 2011
Recorded2011
StudioSoundplant, Melbourne
GenreEasy listening, folk, pop
LabelDecca Records / Universal Music Australia
ProducerMichael Cristiano
Judith Durham chronology
Up Close and Personal
(2009)
Epiphany
(2011)
Colours of My Life
(2012)

In a December 2011 interview with 'Beauty and Lace' Durham said "Epiphany is an album of music and lyrics I’ve composed – some in collaboration – on inspirational topics." adding it "would appeal to people who appreciate musical theatre and songs with emotional content and inspirational concepts which have informed me and raised my awareness in the process of composing and recording the songs." [1]

Track listingEdit

  1. "Stop and Care (Hey! Hey! Hey!)" (Heather Field, Judith Durham, Robert Parde) - 3:56
  2. "I Celebrate Your Life My Baby" (Rachel Stansfield Porter, Simon Barnett, Durham) - 5:03
  3. "Clancy" (Banjo Paterson, Durham) - 5:23
  4. "All in Good Time" (Shelley Bovey, Durham) - 2:39
  5. "Phone, Love" (John Kovac, Durham) - 2:44
  6. "Starting All Over Again" (featuring Mark Holden) (Mark Holden, Durham) - 3:19
  7. "Let Them Leave in Peace" (Chief Seattle, Ted Perry, Durham) - 3:58
  8. "So Easy to Love" (Graham Simpson, Durham) - 3:48
  9. "The Hand That Rocks the World" (Diana Abruzzi, Simpson, Shelley Bovey, Durham) - 4:39
  10. "André" (Frank Howson, Durham) - 3:02
  11. "The Hand That Rocks The World" - Affirmation (Live) (Abruzzi, Simpson, Bovey, Durham) - 2:09

ChartsEdit

Weekly chartsEdit

Chart (2011/12) Rank
Australian (ARIA) Jazz and Blues Chart [2] 4

Year-end chartsEdit

Chart (2011) Position
Australian Jazz and Blues Albums (ARIA)[3] 13

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Interview Judith Durham". Beauty and Lace. 9 December 2011. Retrieved 11 September 2016.
  2. ^ "ARIA Report issues 1132" (PDF). ARIA. 7 November 2011. Retrieved 11 September 2016.
  3. ^ "ARIA Top Jazz and Blues Albums 2011". Australian Recording Industry Association. Retrieved 29 January 2014.