In 2002, Tony Gould and Emma Gilmartin recorded Tomorrow, Just You Wait and See in the peaceful surrounds of Move's recording studio. Since then they have been lucky enough to revisit this place several times to record some of their favourite songs.
"I am delighted to share this music with you now. Home and family have been the focus of my life over the past few years, having had two babies in two years and immersing myself in motherhood."
"Many of the songs you will hear on this album reflect this special time in my life. The Rainbow Connection, You Are My Sunshine, and Que Sera are songs I learnt as a child, and are now some of the songs I sing to my own babies. I hope you will enjoy our interpretations of these timeless compositions." - Emma Gilmartin
Pianist and composer Tony Gould is one of Australia’s most respected musicians. His career has embraced many styles of music, not least jazz and other improvisatory musics in addition to traditional and contemporary classical musics. He gives many concerts each year and for 50 years he has been involved in an extraordinary number of recording projects both as pianist and composer and has been at the forefront of music education in Australia via various tertiary institutions in Melbourne and throughout Australia.
While her skill and training lies predominantly in Jazz and Latin styles, Emma Gilmartin is passionate about, and experienced in a variety of styles including Soul, Popular, and Celtic. She has spent much of her musical life writing her own music in an original band in Melbourne.
“The sweet innocence of some undeniable favourites such as 'The Rainbow Connection' and 'Que Sera, Sera' exhaled slowly. No nuance missed.”
— Peter Wockner, Limelight
- Homeward Bound Marta Keen
- Once Upon a Summertime Eddie Barclay Michel Legrand Eddie Marnay Johnny Mercer
- The Rainbow Connection Paul Williams Kenneth Ascher
- Thoughtful Tony Gould
- Under the Redwood Tree Anna Altmann
- It's All in the Game Carl Sigman Charles Dawes
- Homage Tony Gould
- You Are My Sunshine Jimmie Davis Charles Mitchell
- It's Easy to Remember (And So Hard to Forget) Richard Rodgers Lorenz Hart
- A Peaceful Place Tony Gould
- Que Sera, Sera (Whatever Will Be, Will Be) Jay Livingston Ray Evans
- You Must Believe in Spring Alan Bergman Michel Legrand Marilyn Bergman
- Jesse Janis Ian
More prolific than George Gershwin (who died at 38), more popular than Stephen Sondheim and esteemed among musicians of all genres. Collectively, his catalogue of songs reads like a treasury of classics from American musical theater's golden age.
Where to buy
Recorded at the Move Records Studio, Melbourne Australia.