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Crazy Love
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The World Is Turning
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Pray For The Love
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Broken Record
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Tempted
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River To My Soul
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Innocence
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Close To The Bone
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No Easy Way To Say Goodbye
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Its Gonna Be Alright
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Warm and soulful acoustic pop. At once heartfelt and sophisticated, Jackie Bristow combines subtle but beautiful melodies and hooks that hypnotise the listener, demand complete surrender and then stick around with the backbone of a real friend.

10 MP3 Songs
POP: Delicate, FOLK: Modern Folk



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After signing a production deal with Sydney based label Craving Records, Jackie Bristow set about to record her album Crazy Love with mixer/engineer Helik Hadar (Rufus Wainwright, Madelein Peyroux, Joni Mitchell) and producer/engineer Mark Howard (Tom Waits, Lucinda Williams, Marianne Faithfull, Sheryl Crow). With an incredible lineup of musicians including Australia's finest guitarist Mark Punch (Renee Geyer) along with international luminaries Larry Klein (Joni Mitchell), Larry Goldings (James Taylor), Tim Pierce (Rod Stewart, Tom Petty), Jay Bellarose (Aimee Mann), Zak Rae (Alanis Morissette), Darryl Johnson (Rolling Stones) and more, the result has been a tour de force of stunning new material and a fresh new sound.

Jackie Bristow recently secured the support for legendary producer/guitarist/ composer Daniel Lanois on his recent Australian tour of April 2006. The run of shows took place in Adelaide, Melbourne and Sydney.

Relocating from New Zealand to Sydney, Australia in 1995, Jackie worked tirelessly for five years, writing songs, recording demos and performing across the city, all the while developing her own voice. A break came when her demo reached Michael Gudinski Management, resulting in a publishing deal with Mushroom Music and a recording contract with Gudinskiâs Liberation Records.

Since then, Jackie Bristow has released several singles and an acclaimed album, Thirsty in 2002. She recorded Thirsty in LA, Nashville and Sydney with a host of collaborators including Jackieâs long time friend, acclaimed Australian songwriter, guitarist and producer, Mark Punch (Renee Geyer), Grammy Award winning producer Larry Klein (Joni Mitchell, Shawn Colvin) and producer David Leonard (Prince, The Bangles). Renowned songwriting team, The Matrix (Christine Aguilera, Avril Lavinge) worked with Jackie on one of Thirstyâs tracks, while much of the album was co-produced by Matt Fell, one half of Sydney songwriting duo, Butterfly 9.

Winner of the Song For Australia Competition held by Tourism Australia for their upcoming international campaign to promote Australia to the world, Jackieâs song This is Australia will be used in consumer and trade promotions worldwide. QANTAS is playing This Is Australia, on every domestic and incoming international flight into Australia as of February 2005 and is featured on their inflight entertainment DVD, and Japan Airlines is playing the song and DVD on every single flight as of July 1st 2005.

Jackie has toured with Daniel Lanois, Art Garfunkel, and supported local legends such as Wendy Matthews, Renee Geyer, Bic Runga, Mark Seymour, The Whitlams and The Badloves and Scottish band Capercaille. Her songs have been heavily promoted on hit Australian television shows including The Secret Life Of Us and Home And Away, while her singles have been playlisted on more than 100 radio stations across Australia and New Zealand. 2004 saw Jackie writing a feature song Carry Me Away exclusively for the Australian movie Go Big which was released to television March 2004.

At once heartfelt and sophisticated, Jackie Bristow combines subtle but beautiful melodies and hooks that hypnotise the listener, demand complete surrender and then stick around with the backbone of a real friend.


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