Julien Wilson

Saxophonist

Discography

As Leader/Co-leader

StockSTOCK (2020)

Mike Nock Hamish Stuart Julien Wilson Jonathan ZwartzThis World (2019 – AIR Award Finalist / ARIA finalist)

Wilson Magnusson CollingsTale of Two Birds (2016)

Julien Wilson QuartetThis Narrow Isthmus (2015 – double Bell Award finalist)

Julien Wilson TrioSwailing (2014 – The Age Music Victoria Award finalist)

Julien WilsonThis is Always (2013 – Triple Bell Award winner, AIR Award Finalist)

Sam Anning/Julien Wilson/Allan BrowneSweethearts (2013 – Bell Award Finalist)

Julien Wilson/Stephen Magnusson Kaleidoscopic (2009 – ARIA nominee)

Julien WilsonTrio-Live (2007)  While You Were Sleeping (2006 – ARIA nominee)

Wilson/Magnusson/GuthrieDepartures by Assumptions (2004) Assumptions2 (2003)

SnagLive at The Town Hall (2001) Heaps (1999) Hey Guess What (1998)

FestaWide (2000) Festa (1997)

 

As Ensemble Member

Andrea KellerAndrea Keller Curates Monday Nights Live at the Jazzlab Volume 2 (2020) FiveBelow – Life is Brut(if)Al (2020) Transients Volume II (2019) Transients Volume I (2019 – The Age Music Victoria Award / Australian Music Prize Finalist) Still Night: Music in Poetry (2017 – Bell Award)

Vanessa Perica Love is a Temporary Madness (2020)

Jamie PregnellSleepy Town (2020)

Michael JordanAIM (with Barney McAll – 2019)

Sam AnningAcross A field as Vast as One (2018 – The Age Music Victoria Award / Australian Music Prize Finalist / Bell Award)

Jonathan ZwartzAnimarum (2018 – ARIA Award / Bell Award) the remembering and forgetting of the air (2013 – AIR Award)

Stu HunterThe Migration (2016 – double Bell Award, ARIA Nominee) The Gathering (2009 – Bell Award / AIR Award)

Barney McAllAn Extra-Celestial Christmas (2020) Mooroolbark (2015 – winner of ARIA, AIR, The Age Music Victoria Award + two Bell Awards + AppleMusic Australian Jazz Album of the Year)

Kristin BerardiWhere or When (2015 – Bell Award)

Tom VincentSeptet (2015)

Hermeto PascoalThe Monash Sessions (2013 )

Jex Saarelaht QuartetFiveways (2010)

Desmond White – Open Land (2009)

The Black Arm BandDirtsong (2009) Hidden Republic (2008) Murundak (2006)

IshishEnd of a Line (2008) Waiting For it (2002) What Should Be (1999) Ishish (1998)

HUSH CollectionVolume 8: A Castle For All (2008)

Murphy’s LawStreet Art (2008) Tanuki’s Revenge (2008) Telling Tales (2004)

Mike Nock ProjectMeeting of the Waters (2007)

Sugg/Oehlers/WilsonTTTenor (2007)

Aaron Choulai – Korema (2005)

Australian Art OrchestraRuby (2005) Into The Fire (2001) Passion (1999)

Virus – Gypsy Tea Room (2004) With Her Dixie Eyes Blazing (2001)

Rumberos – Fitzroy Sound (2004)

The Big One – Spoon Relief (1996)

David Tolley – THATs BASSic (1994)

 

As a Guest

Seven Wonders – (with Barney McAll 2020)

OsunladeAche (2019)

Elly HoytThe Composer’s Voice (2019)

Ed Keupper and The Aints5-6-7-8-9 (2019)

Eamon DilworthCrawfish PoBoys (2019)

Harry Mitchell Quartet – In My Dreams (2018)

Ben SalterSummer of the Loud Birds (2020) Back Yourself (2017) The Stars My Destination (2015) The Cat (2011 – QMA Album of The Year)

Clancye MilneThe Clancye Milne Octet (2017)

Brendan Gallagher – Sonofobituary (2016)

Tamara Kuldin – Love, Longing & Lullabies (2016)

B# Big Band – Live at Hamer Hall (2015)

Joe Camelleri – Return of The Voodoo Sheiks (2013)

Renee Geyer – Swing (2013)

Grace Knight – Keep Cool Fool (2012)

Sarah MacKenzie – Close Your Eyes (2012 – ARIA Award) Don’t Tempt Me (2010 – ARIA nominee)

Kurt Elling – Jazz & Orchestra TV Special with Sydney Symphony Orchestra (2008)

Augie March – Watch Me Disappear (2008) Moo, You Bloody Choir (2006 – Australian Music Prize)

Ben Winkleman – The Spanish Tinge (2008)

Benjamin Hoare – A Time In Place (2008)

Alex Burns – Adventures in Paradise (2008)

Thirsty Merc – Slideshows (2007)

Daddy Cool – The New Cool (2006)

 

Movie/TV Soundtracks

Offspring (2013) – guest saxophonist/co-composer

The Eye of The Storm (2012) – Paul Grabowsky Trio with Chamber Orchestra featuring

Branford Marsalis and Julien Wilson as soprano saxophone soloists

The Art Of War (2005) – Paul Grabowsky

HollywoodLand (2002) – David Shea