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Across three CDs, Vocalion presents six superb albums by one

of the most famous artists ever to have recorded for Decca –

Tom Jones. Not only is each album reissued in its entirety and

sourced from the original master tapes, but much of this material

is making its first appearance on CD. These recordings come

from the early-mid 1970s part of Tom’s Decca years, which

saw this man with the incomparable voice at the height of his

powers and focusing on a repertoire that consisted mainly

of ballads and earthy R & B. All of which makes these CDs

excellent additions to the collections of Tom Jones fans or

indeed anyone who appreciates good songs beautifully sung.

See inside back page (page 23) for ENgElbErT huMpErDiNck CDs

TOM JONES

SOMEThiN’ ’bOuT yOu baby i likE

& MEMOriES DON’T lEavE likE pEOplE DO

SOMEThiN’ ’bOuT yOu baby i likE

ORIGINAL LP SKL 5197 (1974) STEREO

Recorded at Sunset Sound Studios, Hollywood

Somethin’ ’Bout You Baby I Like (Supa)

You Make Me Smile (Bruce; Lane)

’Til I Get it Right (Lane; Henley)

Rainin’ in My Heart (West; Moore)

It Never Hurts to be Nice to Somebody

(McGinnis)

Run Clero Run (Bailey; Williams; Kent)

Make Believe World (Macaulay)

Which Way Home (Wilde)

Sing for the Good Times (Frazier)

Right Place, Wrong Time (Rebennack)

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MEMOriES DON’T lEavE

likE pEOplE DO

ORIGINAL LP SKL 5214 (1975) STEREO

Recorded at Devonshire Sound Studios, N.Hollywood

Memories Don’t Leave Like People Do

(Dean; Butler; Glover; Bristol)

I Got Your Number (Bristol; Reeves)

The Pain of Love (Bristol)

Mr Helping Hand (Ray; Warner)

City Life (Provisor)

Lusty Lady (Bristol)

We Got Love (Bristol)

Son of a Fisherman (Provisor)

You Inspire Me (Furlong)

Us (Bacharach; Russell)

clOSE up

ORIGINAL LP SKL 5132 (1972) STEREO

Recorded at Audio International Studios, London

Witch Queen of New Orleans (P & L Vegas)

Tired of Being Alone (Green)

Woman, You Took My Life (Johnson)

If (Gates)

The Young New Mexican Puppeteer

(Carr; Shuman)

All I Ever Need is You (Holiday; Reeves)

You’ve Got a Friend (King)

Time to Get it Together (Levine; Resnick; Feldman)

I Won’t Be Sorry to See Suzanne Again

(Stephens; Seago)

Kiss an Angel Good Morning (Peters)

TOM JONES

ThE bODy aND SOul OF TOM JONES & ShE’S a laDy

ThE bODy aND SOul OF TOM JONES

ORIGINAL LP SKL 5162 (1973) STEREO

Recorded at Audio International Studios, London

& Sunset Sound Studios, Hollywood, California

Runnin’ Bear (Richardson)

Ain’t No Sunshine When She’s Gone (Withers)

(If Loving You is Wrong) I Don’t Want

to Be Right (Banks; Jackson; Hampton)

Since I Loved You Last (Carr; Shuman)

Lean on Me (Withers); Letter to Lucille (Macaulay)

Today I Started Loving You Again

(Haggard; Owens)

I’ll Share My World with You (Wilson)

I Still Love You Enough

/To Love You All Over Again (Mareno)

Ballad of Billy Joe (Rich)

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TOM JONES

clOSE up, TOM & bONuS SiNglE

ShE’S a laDy

ORIGINAL LP SKL 5089 (1971) STEREO

Recorded at Wessex Sound Studios, London

& Wally Heider Studios, Hollywood, California

She’s a Lady (Anka)

Do What You Gotta Do (Webb)

In Dreams (Orbison)

Nothing Rhymed (O’Sullivan)

’Til I can’t take it Anymore (Burton; Otis)

Resurrection Shuffle (Ashton)

Puppet Man (Sedaka; Greenfield)

It’s Up to the Woman (Goldberg; Renzetti)

Ebb Tide (The Sea) (Maxwell; Sigman)

(I Ain’t No) One Night Only Love Maker (Monda)

You’re My World (Il Mio Mondo)

(Bindi; Paoli; Sigman)

TOM

ORIGINAL LP SKL 5045 (1970) STEREO

I Can’t Turn You Loose (Redding)

Polk Salad Annie (White)

Proud Mary (Fogerty); Sugar, Sugar (Barry; Kim)

Venus (Leeuwen); I Thank You (Hayes; Porter)

Without Love (Small)

You’ve Lost That Lovin’ Feelin’ (Spector; Mann; Weil)

If I Ruled the World (Ornadel; Bricusse)

Can’t Stop Loving You (Bickerton; Waddington)

The Impossible Dream (Leigh; Darion)

Let There Be Love (B, R & M Gibb)

bONuS SiNglE

ORIGINAL SINGLE F12854 (1968) STEREO

Looking Out My Window (Jones; Mills)

A Minute of Your Time (Westlake)

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big ciTy SuiTE & kpM 1000 SEriES cOMpilaTiON (1972-78) STErEO

big ciTy SuiTE (David Gold)

FROM ‘BIG CITY SUITE/JINGLE JANGLE JINGLES’

KPM 1194 (1977)

Big City – Opening (i); Big City – Opening (ii)

Big City – Closing; Rugged City; City Police

City Centre; Impressions of a City

City Airscape; Pulse of a City; City at Leisure

kpM 1000 SEriES cOMpilaTiON

Testing Time (David Lindup) ‘The Rhythm of Modern

Life/Vaudeville’ KPM 1112 (1972); Four O’Clock

Earthquake (John Cameron) ‘Jazzrock’ KPM 1097

(1972); Smokey Joe’s Dilemma (John Cameron)

‘Jazzrock’ KPM 1097 (1972); Alto Glide (Brian Bennett;

Alan Hawkshaw) ‘Synthesis’ KPM 1132 (1974); Jay

Walking (John Cameron) ‘The Trendsetters’ KPM 1131

(1973); Trial of Strength (Keith Mansfield) ‘Industrial

Panorama’ KPM 1136 (1974); Go Getter (John

Cameron) ‘The Trendsetters’ KPM 1131 (1973)

TurNiNg pOiNT

crEaTurES OF ThE NighT & SilENT prOMiSE

crEaTurES OF ThE NighT

ORIGINAL LP GULP 1022 (1977) STEREO

Recorded at Morgan Studio no.1, Willesden, London,

March 1977

My Lady C (Clyne); The Journey (Clyne)

Vanishing Dream (Tidball)

Creatures of the Night (Miller)

Princess Aura (Miller)

Rain Dance (Clyne); Better Days (Clyne)

Watchful Eye (James Clarke) ‘Suspended Woodwind’

KPM 1143 (1974); Sunshine Special (Alan Hawkshaw)

‘Sounds of the Times’ KPM 1170 (1975); Brass Bullet

(Dave Richmond) ‘Sounds of the Times’ KPM 1170

(1975); Good Vibrations (Keith Mansfield) ‘Contempo’

KPM 1188 (1976); Unknowing Surveillance (Brian

Bennett) ‘Drama’ KPM 1168 (1975); Theme for a Hunter

(Steve Gray) ‘The Hunter (Drama Suite)/Adventure

Story’ KPM 1157 (1975); Lap of Honour (Clive Hicks)

‘Solid Gold’ KPM 1173 (1976); The Fix (Keith Mansfield)

‘Contempo’ KPM 1188 (1976); Dossier (Brian Bennett;

Alan Hawkshaw) ‘Hot Wax’ KPM 1177 (1976); Snake

Hips (Keith Mansfield) ‘Contempo’ KPM 1188 (1976)

Get Ready, Get Set – Fly (Alan Hawkshaw) ‘The Road

Forward’ KPM 1192 (1977); Rock Breaker (John Scott)

‘Flamboyant Themes Vol.5’ KPM 1158 (1975); Open

Roads (Nick Ingman) ‘Industry & Awards’ KPM 1225

(1978)

SilENT prOMiSE

ORIGINAL LP GULP 1027 (1978) STEREO

Recorded at Morgan Studio no.2, Willesden, London,

April 1978

Silent Promise (Clyne)

Awakening (Robinson; Clyne)

May Day Morn (Clyne)

Beginning Again (Clyne)

Queen of the White E (Miller)

Mirror (Clyne)

Mirror, Mirror (Clyne)

Green Tranquillity (Miller)

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harDcOrE, EXpOSÉ & lET’S gET laiD! FilM SOuNDTrackS

harDcOrE

ORIGINAL SOUNDTRACK (1977) STEREO

Recorded at CTS Studio no.2, Wembley, 25 October 1976

Girl in the Picture; Tight for Time; Norfolk Pastorale;

Heavy Keyboard; Bicycle Girl; Open Tourer; Tale of

Two Girls; Showbizz Town; On Stage – Part One;

Typewriter Tune; Photoplay – Part One; Photoplay –

Part Two; Tricky Hand; Driving Home; Fruity; Stately

Style; Train Time; Home Again; Beautiful View; Off in

a Hurry; Fiona Butterfly* JM ; Home Again - Alternative

take, not used in film

Fiona’s Theme (1) – Not used in film

Fiona’s Theme (2) – Not used in film

Syd Dale (conductor)

James Kenelm Clarke (composer, arranger), except*

James Montgomery; Graham Hurley arr James Kenelm

Clarke

JM James Montgomery (vocal)

DES chaMp

ThE bEDSiDE bOND & NuMbEr ONE ThEMES

ThE bEDSiDE bOND

ORIGINAL LP LK 4824 (1966)

FIRST TIME IN STEREO

arraNgED & cONDucTED by DES chaMp

The In-Spectre (Economides; Champ)

Bond’s Lament (Economides)

Yes and No (Economides; Champ)

Case for Tiffany (Economides; Champ)

The Silent Silencers (Economides; Champ)

No Quarrel (Economides; Champ)

Solitary Solitaire (Economides; Champ)

Big “M” (Economides; Champ)

Prisey Miss Galore (Economides)

Tatiana (Economides; Champ)

Honey’s Theme (Economides)

Bond for President (Economides; Champ)

NuMbEr ONE ThEMES

ORIGINAL SINGLES (1965-79)

The Hell Raisers (Dale)

theme from the TV series “Orlando” SD

Soul Thing (Mansfield) TN

Afro Disiac P ; Break a Leg (Laurence) F10

Number One Theme (Shakespeare) JS

Fade Out (Shakespeare) JS

Soap theme from the TV series (Tipton) NSO

Sapporo (Stoller) ST

BBC TV 1972 Winter Olympic theme

Laughing Sam (on the phone) P

Pop the Question theme from the TV series TS

Mean (Stoller) ST ; Summer Ice (Ardley) NA

Scotch on the Rocks (Laurence) F10

Number One Themes: SD Syd Dale Orchestra; TN Tony Newman; P Patchwork; F10 Force Ten; JS John Shakespeare

Orchestra; NSO The Nashville Soul Orchestra; ST Stoller’s Team; TS The Squires; NA Neil Ardley

EXpOSÉ STEREO

SELECTED CUES/ORIGINAL SOUNDTRACK (1975)

Recorded at KPM Studios, London, 8 September 1975

House of Straw – Short version; House of Straw

House of Straw – Reprise

Suzanne Comes Back - Short version

Suzanne Comes Back; Drinks on the Terrace

Steve Gray (composer, arranger)

lET’S gET laiD! STEREO

SUITE FROM THE ORIGINAL SOUNDTRACK (1977)

Recorded at CTS Studio no.2, Wembley, 30 June 1977

The Tension Mounts; You Turn My Legs to Water band

version**; You Turn My Legs to Water piano solo**

Johnny Pearson (conductor), James Kenelm Clarke

(composer, arranger), except** Steve Gray; Michael

Robson

bONuS Track STEREO

On Stage – Part Two (James Kenelm Clarke) Barry

Morgan’s drum solo from “Hardcore”

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ShakaTak

NighT birDS

NighT birDS

ORIGINAL LP POLS1059 (1982) STEREO

Recorded: Jacobs Studios, Surrey; PYE Studio no.2,

London; Rock City Studios, Shepperton, Middlesex

Night Birds (Sharpe; Odell)

Streetwalkin’ (Sharpe; Odell)

Rio Nights (Sharpe; Odell)

Fly the Wind (Sharpe; Odell)

Easier Said than Done (Sharpe; Odell)

Bitch to the Boys (Sharpe; Odell)

Light on My Life (Sharpe; Odell)

Takin’ Off (Sharpe)

SiNglES

Go for It (Sharpe; Odell)

FULL LENGTH VERSION POSPX452 (1982)

Fly the Wind (re-mix) (Sharpe; Odell)

POSPX635 (1983)

Personnel: Bill Sharpe; Nigel Wright; Keith Winter;

George Anderson; Roger Odell; Simon Morton; Jill

Saward; Jackie Rawe; Lorna Bannon; Stuart Brooks

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ThE allaN gaNlEy

Jazz lEgacy

JuNE TiME

JuNE TiME

Recorded: Phoenix Sound Ltd, Pinewood Studios,

Buckinghamshire, England, 17 March 2009

Victor (Ganley); Gentle Jim (Ganley)

My Shining Hour (Arlen; Mercer arr Ganley)

June Time (Ganley); Don’t Mention It (Ganley)

Two for the Road (Mancini arr Ganley)

Let’s Run Around (Ganley)

Those Days (Horler arr Ganley)

Around The Track (Ganley); Allisamba (Ganley)

My One and Only Love (Wood; Mellin arr Ganley)

One Morning in May (Coleman arr Ganley)

Detour Ahead (Carter; Ellis; Frigo arr Ganley)

Personnel: Saxophones: Andy Mackintosh, Julian

Siegel, Alan Barnes, Roy Willox, Jimmy Hastings;

Trumpets: Simon Gardner, Tony Fisher, Henry Lowther,

Martin Shaw, Mike Lovatt; Trombones: Mark Nightingale,

Cliff Hardie, Gordon Campbell, Bill Geldard,

Ashley Horton; Piano: John Horler; Guitar: Phil Lee;

Bass: Malcolm Creese; Drums: Mike Smith; Musical

Director: Andy Panayi

STaN buTchEr

MagiciaN

MagiciaN

ORIGINAL LP HO501 (1979) STEREO

Recorded: Morgan Studio no.1, Willesden, London,

January 1978

House of the Purple Mist (Stan Butcher)

Drowned Village (Stan Butcher)

Playground (Stan Butcher)

Bazaar (Stan Butcher)

Musk (Stan Butcher)

Morass (Stan Butcher)

Personnel: Stan Reynolds, Leon Calvert (trumpets)

Roger Williams (trombone); Barbara Thompson (tenor

& soprano saxes, flute, clarinet); Fiachra Trench

(keyboards); Ray Russell, John Girvan (guitars); Les

Hurdle, Mo Foster (bass guitar); Barry Morgan (drums,

percussion)

picNic

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FrOM ThE FilM SOuND Track

picNic

ORIGINAL LP (1957) STEREO

Love Theme (Duning)*

Hal’s Theme (Duning)

The Owens Family (Duning)

Flo and Madge (Duning)

Hal’s Boots (Duning)

Moonglow (Hudson; DeLange; Mills)

Love Theme (Duning)

It’s a Blue World (Wright; Forrest)

Torn Shirt (Duning)

Hal’s Turmoil (Duning)

Rosemary Pleads – Rosemary Alone (Duning)

Culmination – Hal’s Escape (Duning)

That Owens Girl – Millie (Duning)

You Love Me – Madge Decides (Duning)

Orchestra conducted by Morris Stoloff,

except* George Duning

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aNNiE rOSS

yOu aND ME baby

yOu aND ME baby

– aN EvENiNg wiTh aNNiE rOSS

ORIGINAL LP SKL 5099 (1971) STEREO

Part 1:

Night Owl (Taylor); Stone Soul Picnic (Nyro)

Something in the Way He Moves (Taylor)

Vegetables (Wilson; Parks); Cat Food (Fripp;

Sinfield; McDonald); Wave (Jobim); I’ve Got it

Hidden (Vinaver)

Part 2:

Country Pie (Dylan); Love Story (You and

Me) (Newman); The Gentle Rain (Bonfá; Dubey)

Crickets Sing for Anamaria (Os Grilos) (Valle;

Gilbert); Rondo à la Turk (Mozart arr Solly)

Love Peace My Brother (Dennen; Edwards)

Free the People (Keith)

arOuND ThE wOrlD

iN EighTy DayS

FrOM ThE FilM SOuND Track

cONDucTED by vicTOr yOuNg

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arOuND ThE wOrlD iN EighTy DayS

ORIGINAL LP (1957) STEREO

Around the World – Main Titles

(Young; Adamson)

Passepartout (Young; Adamson)

– El Gato Montes (Penella)

Paris Arrival (Young; Adamson)

Sky Symphony (Young; Adamson)

Invitation to a Bull fight

– Entrance of the Bull March (Young; Adamson)

India Countryside (Young; Adamson)

Around the World (Young; Adamson)

The Pagoda of Pillagi (Young; Adamson)

Temple of Dawn (Young; Adamson)

Prairie Sail Car (Young; Adamson)

Land Ho (Young; Adamson)

Epilogue (Young; Adamson)

ThE MarTiN DrEw baND & TONy lEE

briTiSh Jazz arTiSTS vOluME 3 & STrEET OF DrEaMS

briTiSh Jazz arTiSTS vOluME 3

ORIGINAL LP LAM003 (1978) STEREO

Recorded at BBC Studios, Kensington House, London

(November 1977)

No More Blues (Jobim; de Moraes)*

Re-Rev (Jackson; Heath)

Child is Born (Jones)

Strut Your Stuff (Scott)*

Another Star (Wonder)*

Steelbender (Jackson)

Easy Life (Scott)*

Sound Down (J & G Farrell)

puT ThE MuSic ...

ORIGINAL LP PS653 (1974) STEREO

Recorded at Morgan Studios, Willesden, London

& Morgan Studios, Brussels, Belgium (1973)

Grab It (Wingfield; Jammer; Harper; LeFleur)

Put the Music Where Your Mouth Is

(Wingfield; Jammer)

Sproutin’ Out (Wingfield; Jammer; Harper; LeFleur)

Mac B. Coolie (Wingfield; Jammer; Harper; LeFleur)

Ev’ry One a Winner (Wingfield; Jammer)

Do It Over (Wingfield; Jammer)

Let Your Fingers Do the Talkin’

(Wingfield; Jammer)

Just Once is Enough

(Wingfield; Jammer; Harper; LeFleur)

Taco Toes (Wingfield; Jammer; Harper; LeFleur)

Be My Main Squeeze

(Wingfield; Jammer; Harper; LeFleur)

OlyMpic ruNNErS

puT ThE MuSic ... & OuT iN FrONT

STrEET OF DrEaMS

ORIGINAL LP LAM102 (1979) STEREO

BBC Studios, Kensington House, London (February 1979)

Li’l Darlin’ (Hefti)

Loss of Love (Mancini; Merrill)

Street of Dreams (Lewis; Young)

Dick’s Mood (Lee)

Love for Sale (Porter)

My Funny Valentine (Rodgers; Hart)

On Green Dolphin Street (Kaper; Washington)

OuT iN FrONT

ORIGINAL LP SHU8483 (1975) STEREO

Recorded at Chipping Norton Recording Studio,

Oxfordshire (February 1975)

100 Yard Dash

Exit City

Drag it Over Here

Go No Further

Out to Lunch

(There’s a) Freeze on Funk

Dump the Bump

Panic Button

Get This Thing Down

Coucou ‘n’ Flying Fish

’Til the Sun Comes Up

(all Wingfield; Jammer; Harper; LeFleur; Vernon)

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Personnel:

Martin Drew (drums); John Taylor (piano)

Ron Mathewson (acoustic bass/bass guitar)

Bill Le Sage (vibes); Brian Smith (soprano & tenor

saxes); *Chris Fletcher (percussion)

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kpM library

TiME TO Fly – kpM 1000 SEriES cOMpilaTiON (1970-76) STErEO

The Great Outdoors (Keith Mansfield) from ‘Open

Air – Vol.2’ KPM 1099 (1972); Holiday People (1)

(James Clarke) 'Music Pictorial' KPM 1096 (1972); Sun

Lover (Keith Mansfield) ‘Open Air – Vol.2’ KPM 1099

(1972); Hollywood Premiere (Keith Mansfield) ‘Open

Air – Vol.2’ KPM 1099 (1972); Soft Memories (James

Clarke) ‘Open Air – Vol.2’ KPM 1099 (1972); Fun in the

Sun (Neil Richardson) ‘Open Air’ KPM 1060 (1970);

Life of Leisure (Keith Mansfield) ‘The Big Screen’

KPM 1100 (1972); Sunseekers (David Lindup) ‘The

Rhythm of Modern Life/Vaudeville’ KPM 1112 (1972);

Friendly Faces (James Clarke) ‘Friendly Faces’ KPM

1123 (1973); Whistle Stop Tour (Keith Mansfield) ‘Big

Business/Wind of Change’ KPM 1124 (1973); Busy

Spectacle (Neil Richardson) ‘Open Air’ KPM 1060

(1970); The Loving Touch (Keith Mansfield) ‘Voices in

Harmony’ KPM 1125 (1973); Husky Birdsong (Keith

Mansfield) ‘Voices in Harmony’ KPM 1125 (1973); Time

to Fly (Steve Gray) ‘Happy Hearts’ KPM 1139 (1974)

JaMES clarkE

ThE wilDcaTS OF ST. TriNiaN'S & vaMpyrES FilM SOuNDTrackS

ThE wilDcaTS OF ST. TriNiaN'S

ORIGINAL SOUNDTRACK (1980) STEREO

Recorded at Lansdowne Studios, London, 5 November 1979

Opening Credits (Clarke); Harry’s Strut (Flash Harry)

(Clarke); Miss Higgs Rescues Roxanne (Clarke)

The Minister is Greeted includes section of the St.

Trinian’s School Song (James Kenelm Clarke; Malcolm

Arnold arr Clarke); Angela to West Tower (Clarke)

Dusk at St. Trinian’s (Clarke); Matilda on Motorbike

(Clarke); Matilda’s Entrance (Clarke); Harry’s Strut

through Telescope (James Kenelm Clarke; Malcolm

Arnold arr Clarke); Girls' Disco (Clarke); Highdown

School and St. Trinian’s School Song (James Kenelm

Clarke; Malcolm Arnold arr Clarke); Swimming

Sequence (Clarke); Work Apace (James Kenelm

Clarke; Malcolm Arnold arr Clarke) includes section of

the St. Trinian’s School Song; St. Trinian’s School Song

(James Kenelm Clarke; Malcolm Arnold arr Clarke); St.

Trinian’s School Song piano and voices (James Kenelm

Clarke; Malcolm Arnold arr Clarke)

Personnel:

Tony Lee (piano); Tony Archer (bass)

Martin Drew (drums); Tony Uter (congas)

vaMpyrES

ORIGINAL SOUNDTRACK (1974) STEREO

Recorded at Air Studios, London & Sound Associates,

London, 1 May 1974

Main Titles (Clarke)

Questions and Answers (Clarke)

The Great Coupling (Clarke)

The Legend of the House (Clarke)

The Big Woodland (Clarke)

Stalking (Clarke)

Unexpected Arrival (Clarke)

In the Shadows (Clarke)

Blood and Guts (Clarke)

Waiting for Death (Clarke)

The Vampires’ Lair (Clarke)

Jewel of Evening (Neil Richardson) ‘Open Air’ KPM

1060 (1970); Silk Stream (David Gold) ‘Happy Hearts’

KPM 1139 (1974); Forbidden Fruit (Gold; Rees)

‘Image’ KPM 1141 (1974); A Tender Touch (Steve

Gray) ‘Happy Hearts’ KPM 1139 (1974); Summer

Season (James Clarke) ‘Amusement’ KPM 1174

(1976); Balenciaga (Dick Doerschuk) ‘Flamboyant

Themes Vol.5’ KPM 1158 (1975); Paradise Found

(Dick Doerschuk) ‘Flamboyant Themes Vol.5’ KPM

1158 (1975); Towards the Sun (Keith Mansfield)

‘Love’s Themes’ KPM 1175 (1976); Elegance (James

Clarke) ‘Tender Emotions’ KPM 1180 (1976); Gentle

Breeze (James Clarke) ‘Amusement’ KPM 1174 (1976);

Summer Dreams (James Clarke) ‘Orchestral Contrasts’

KPM 1179 (1976); Violin Serenade (James Clarke)

‘Tender Emotions’ KPM 1180 (1976); Life of Luxury

(James Clarke) ‘Tender Emotions’ KPM 1180 (1976);

A Nightingale Sang in Berkeley Square (Sherwin;

Maschwitz) 'The European Sound Stage Orchestra

Vol.1' RPM 104 (1972)

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Setting the Scene (Dick Walter) from ‘Super Sounds

Unlimited’ AMPS 108 (1974); Melina (Ray Davies) ‘Big

Band Sounds of Today’ AMPS 101 (1971); Winsome

(James Clarke) ‘Smooth Themes/Swinging Percussion’

AMPS 1006 (1973); Salvador Set Up (Ray Davies)

‘Mortimer’s People’ AMPS 104 (1972); The Heavy

Gang (Syd Dale) ‘Super Sounds Unlimited’ AMPS

108 (1974); Two Tone (Max Harris) ‘Super Sounds

Unlimited’ AMPS 108 (1974); Swayin’ (James Clarke)

‘The Otto Keller Orchestra’ AMPS 105 (1972); First

Flight (Gerry Butler) ‘Sounds 80’ AMPS 114 (1975)

Poltergeist (Steve Gray) ‘Sounds 80’ AMPS 114 (1975)

Fly Me (Steve Gray) ‘Start the Day Right’ AMPS 109

(1974); Nevada Sunset (Dick Doerschuk) ‘Sounds

80’ AMPS 114 (1975); Soul Searching (Steve Gray)

‘Special Assignment’ AMPS 112 (1975); Girl in a Whirl

(James Clarke) ‘Melody All the Way’ AMPS 113 (1975)

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pETE rugOlO & hiS OrchESTra

MuSic FOr hi-Fi bugS & braSS iN hi-Fi

MuSic FOr hi-Fi bugS

ORIGINAL LP (1956) STEREO, EXCEPT*

For hi-fi bugs (aka Stereo spacemen) (Rugolo)

Once in a while (Edwards; Green)

Fawncy meeting you (Hefti)

These foolish things (Maschwitz; Link; Strachey)

Later team (Rugolo; Lunham)

Dream of you (Oliver)

Snowfall (Thornhill)

Oscar’s and Pete’s blues (Peterson; Rugolo)*

chaQuiTO – JOhN grEgOry

SpiES aND DOllS

ORIGINAL LP 6308 111 (1972) STEREO

They Call Me Mister Tibbs (Jones) film theme

Bullitt (Schifrin) film theme

The Anderson Tapes (Jones) film theme

Spies and Dolls (Chaquito)

The Looking Glass War (Stott) film theme

The French Connection (Ellis) film theme

When Eight Bells Toll (Stott) film theme

The Spy’s Wife (King) film theme

Money Is (Jones) theme from the film “The Heist”

Our Man Flint (Goldsmith) film theme

The Spy with a Cold Nose (Ortolani) film theme

Shaft (Hayes) film theme

braSS iN hi-Fi

ORIGINAL LP (1957) STEREO

My mother’s eyes (Baer; Gilbert)

All the things you are (Hammerstein; Kern)

Godchild (Wallington)

Brass at work (Rugolo)

Temptation (Freed; Brown)

A rose for David (Rugolo)

Everything happens to me (Adair; Dennis)

Salute (Rugolo)

Song for tuba (Rugolo)

Can’t we talk it over? (Washington; Young)

Jack parNEll

Trip TO MarS, parNEll ON paraDE & SiNglES cOMpilaTiON

Trip TO MarS

ORIGINAL LP PMD1053 (1958)

The hawk talks (Bellson); Sure thing (Hefti)

Carioca (Youmans; Cahn; Eliscu)

from film ‘Flying down to Rio’

April in Paris (Duke); Cottontail (Ellington)

Catherine wheel (Parnell; Watson)

Trip to Mars (Paich arr Alder)

Summertime from ‘Porgy and Bess’ (Gershwin)

The champ (Gillespie); Skin deep (Bellson)

parNEll ON paraDE

ORIGINAL EP GEP8564 (1955)

When the Saints go marching in

(Trad arr Keating)

Sugarfoot stomp (Armstrong; Oliver)

East meets West (Parnell; Roullier)

Twilight in Turkey (Scott)

SpiES aND DOllS & Tv ThrillErS

Tv ThrillErS

ORIGINAL LP 6308 087 (1972) STEREO

Hawaii 5-0 (Stevens)

The Name of the Game (Grusin)

AN RD HS

It Takes a Thief (Grusin)

A Man Called Ironside (Jones) AN2

Mission Impossible (Schifrin)

Softly Softly (Fry)

The Troubleshooters (Springfield) BP

AN HS

I Spy (Hagen)

KB AH

Mannix (Schifrin)

The Untouchables (Riddle)

BP RD JP

Callan (Trombey)

F.B.I. (Kaper) KB

Soloists: AN Al Newman (alto sax), RD Ray Davies (trumpet), HS Harry Stoneham (organ), AN2 Al Newman (bass

flute), BP Bill Povey (alto sax), KB Keith Bird (tenor sax), AH Albert Hall (trumpet), JP Judd Proctor (guitar)

aMphONic MuSic

SupEr SOuNDS uNliMiTED – aMphONic MuSic (1971-81) STErEO

Bow Street Runner (Keith Mansfield) ‘Pictures in

Sound’ AMPS 118 (1976); Long Time Gone (Steve

Gray) ‘Sounds 80’ AMPS 114 (1975); Dancing on the

Strip (Pete Smith) ‘Let Me Call You Swinger’ AMPS 125

(1979); A Moment in Time (Dick Doerschuk) ‘Melody

All the Way’ AMPS 113 (1975); Tom the Piper’s Son

(Steve Gray) ‘Sounds 80’ AMPS 114 (1975); Vegas

Venue (Dick Walter) ‘Metropolis Now’ AMPS 1011

(1980); Counting the Clouds (Dick Walter) ‘Let Me Call

You Swinger’ AMPS 125 (1979); Sky Cruiser (Alec

Gould) ‘Sound Stage 3’ AVF 3 (1981); Tomorrow is

Now (Ronnie Hazlehurst) ‘Pictures in Sound’ AMPS

118 (1976); Shifting Sands of Sound (Dick Walter)

‘Super Sounds Unlimited’ AMPS 108 (1974); Trumpets

Ad Limbo (Syd Dale) ‘Start the Day Right’ AMPS 109

(1974); Cross Talk (Dick Walter) ‘Sounds 80’ AMPS

114 (1975)

cDSMl 8466

SiNglES cOMpilaTiON

ORIGINAL SINGLES (1953-58)

When Yuba plays the rumba on the tuba

(Hupfeld)

Sky blue shirt and a rainbow tie

(Redmond; Berch)

Love and marriage (Cahn; Van Heusen)

from ‘Our Town’

Ting a ling (Bellson; Shavers)

Fanfare boogie (Fahey)

Topsy (Battle; Durham)

Cha cha rock (T Lennon)

Topaz (Busby)

Night train (Forrest)

Dragnet (Schumann)

Route 66 (Troup)

Fuller bounce (Parnell)

cDNJT 5309

bill SNyDEr, hiS piaNO & OrchESTra

TrEaSurE chEST & bEwiTchiNg hOur

TrEaSurE chEST

ORIGINAL LP (1958)

Amber fire (Snyder)

Turquoise (Snyder)

Diamond dust (DeRose; Savino)

Golden earrings (Young; Livingston; Evans)

Ruby (Roemheld; Parish)

Jade (Clar)

Sapphire (Bloom)

Topaz (Snyder)

Golden sands and silvery seas

(Blaufuss; Van Alstyne)

Pearls on velvet (Young)

Baubles, bangles and beads

(Wright; Forrest; Blanche)

Ivory lace (Alter)

bEwiTchiNg hOur

ORIGINAL LP (1958)

Bewitched (Rodgers; Hart)

Soft lights and sweet music (Berlin)

Cocktails for two (Johnston; Coslow)

I dream of you (more than you dream I do)

(Goetschius; Osser)

The nearness of you (Carmichael; Washington)

The night was made for love (Kern; Harbach)

Take me in your arms (Markush; Rotter; Parish)

Speak low (Weill; Nash)

Temptation (Brown; Freed)

You’re mine, you! (Green; Heyman)

Why can’t this night go on forever

(Jones; Newman)

Let’s put out the lights and go to sleep (Hupfeld)

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cDNJT 5310

cDNJT 5203

DaviD carrOll & hiS OrchESTra

DaNcE aND STay yOuNg, ThE FEaThEry FEEliNg & pErcuSSiON iN hi-Fi

DaNcE aND STay yOuNg

ORIGINAL LP (1957) STEREO

Louise (Robin; Whiting)

No other love (Rodgers; Hammerstein)

Sleepy Sunday afternoon

Don’t get around much anymore

(Ellington; Russell)

Elmer’s tune (Jurgens; Gallop; Albrecht)

Lullaby of Broadway (Dubin; Warren)

Somebody else is taking my place

(Howard; Ellsworth; Morgan)

I can dream, can’t I? (Fain; Kahal)

Follow the leader (Fine)

Love letters in the sand (Coots; Kenny; Kenny)

Hey Rube!

My man (Mon homme)

(Yvain; Pollock; Arkell; Willemetz; Charles)

cDNJT 5207

FraNkiE carlE, hiS piaNO & OrchESTra

arOuND ThE wOrlD & FraNkiE carlE aND hiS bEauTiFul DOllS

arOuND ThE wOrlD

ORIGINAL LP (1958) STEREO

American patrol (Meacham arr Avola)

Too-ra loo-ra loo-ral (That’s an Irish lullaby)

(Shannon)

Loch Lomond (Scott)

Under the bridges of Paris

(Cochran; Rodor; Scotto)

Sailor boy (Marianello)

Tales from the Vienna Woods (J Strauss)

Dardanella (Bernard; Black; Fisher)

Arabian nights (Rimsky-Korsakov)

Hindustan (Wallace; Weeks)

Shina no yoru (Saijo; Takeoka; Sedores)

Blue Hawaii (Robin; Rainger)

South American way

from ‘The Streets of Paris’ (Dubin; McHugh)

ralph MarTEriE & hiS OrchESTra

DaNcE parTy, cOllEgE DaNcE FavOriTE & JuMpiN' TruMpET

DaNcE parTy

ORIGINAL LP (1958) STEREO

Tricky (Jinkins); Cha-hua-hua (Roth; Lubin)

Hesitation hop (Stone; Seidman)

Night stroll (Forrest); Hey babe (Sampson; Horton)

Popcorn (Johnson); Riffin’ around (Sagle)

Shish-kebab (arr Carroll; Stone); Tequila (Rio)

Bop a doo-bop a doo (Hearns; Marterie)

Just a minute (Richardson)

Torero (N & R Carosone; Hoffman; Manning)

JuMpiN’ TruMpET (highlighTS)

ORIGINAL LP (1957)

Big dip (Alagna); Travel at your own risk (Alagna)

Soft shoulders (Marterie; Franklyn)

Stop, look and listen (Mascari; Wenzlaft)

Slippery when wet (Havemann)

Quiet zone (Marterie; Franklyn)

FraNkiE carlE

aND hiS bEauTiFul DOllS

ORIGINAL LP (1958) STEREO

The wooden soldier and the china doll

(Jones; Newman)

Dream of a doll (P Alpert)

Paper doll (Black)

The wedding of the painted doll (Freed; Brown)

Cha cha doll (Hendler; Rizo)

Doll face (Gray; Hendler)

Doll dance (Brown)

Cupie doll (Gray; Hendler)

China doll parade (Zamecnik)

Dainty doll (Barnes)

Rag doll (Brown)

China doll (Anderson)

The syncopated doll (Carle; Avola)

cOllEgE DaNcE FavOriTE

ORIGINAL LP (1958) STEREO

Green light-go (Sagle)

Cattle crossing (Sagle; Havemann)

Red top (Ammons)

Don’t be that way (Goodman; Sampson; Parish)

School zone (Sagle; Havemann)

Daybreak (Grofé; Adamson)

Red light-stop (Sagle; Havemann)

Dangerous curve (Sagle; Havemann)

No parking (Sagle; Havemann); Lou’s blues

Plymouth Rock; Ramona (Wolfe; Wayne)

bONuS TrackS

(1957) STEREO

Rain

Somebody loves me

(Gershwin; MacDonald; De Sylva)

ThE FEaThEry FEEliNg (highlighTS)

ORIGINAL LP (1957) STEREO

Fascination (Marchetti; Feraudy; Manning)

Swingin’ sweethearts (Goodwin)

A beautiful Lady in blue (Cootes; Lewis)

Dinner at eight (Fields; McHugh)

The ski song (Slalom)

I love you truly (Jacobs; Bond); Treadmill

pErcuSSiON iN hi-Fi

ORIGINAL LP (1956) STEREO

Hell’s bells; Bali Ha’i (Rodgers; Hammerstein)

The chimes of swing

Malagueña (Lecuona; Banks; Hansen)

Discussion in Percussion:

Quiet talk, Chatter, Controversy

Jungle drums (Lecuona; Lombardo; O’Flynn)

The cricket; Spanish Symphonique:

The Pyrenees, Madrid, Bullfight, Finale flamenco

cDNJT 5210


cDNJT 5211

EMil STErN & hiS OrchESTra

MuSic FOr ... & waiTiNg FOr yOu

MuSic FOr ...

ORIGINAL LP (1956)

Speak low (Weill)

Two sleepy people (Carmichael; Loesser)

This heart of mine (Warren; Freed)

Corner to corner (Mott; Marcus)

Darn that dream (Van Heusen; DeLange)

Somebody loves me

(Gershwin; MacDonald; DeSylva)

Dinah (Akst; Lewis; Young)

Whispering (Schonberger; Coburn; Rose)

Louise (Whiting; Robin)

Why do I love you (Kern; Hammerstein II)

Rose room (Hickman; Williams)

Moonlight serenade (Miller; Parish)

cDvS 1958

gEOrgE MElachriNO

waiTiNg FOr yOu

ORIGINAL LP (1957)

The man who plays the mandolino

(Guaglione; Fanciulli; Nisa)

Dis-moi quelque chose de gentil (Misraki)

Le petit môme (Lemarque)

Oui, chérie (Lucchesi)

C’était trop beau (Hensen)

La clef sur la porte (Contet; Durand)

S’aimer d’amour (Stern)

Autumn concerto (Bargoni)

Hey there (Adler; Ross)

Le trottoir aux chansons (Siniavine)

Rêver (Lupart)

Mon coeur n’etait pas fait pour ça (Misraki)

My one sin (Mascheroni; Matlin)

Small talk (Roberts; Morgan)

MuSic FOr ThE NOSTalgic TravEllEr & MuSic FOr rElaXaTiON

MuSic FOr ThE NOSTalgic TravEllEr

ORIGINAL LP (1956)

England: Big Ben chimes; English hymn; Oranges

and lemons (Trad arr Melachrino); Ireland: Irish

washerwoman (Trad arr Melachrino); Wales: David of

the White Rock (Trad arr Melachrino); Scotland:

The road to the Isles (Trad arr Kennedy-Fraser)

France: Sur le pont d’Avignon (Trad arr Melachrino);

Madelon (Quand Madelon) (Robert); Le rêve passe

(Krieg; Helmer); Auprès de ma blonde (Trad arr

Melachrino); Il était une bergère (Trad arr Melachrino);

Danse Apache (Trad arr Melachrino); Sous les toits de

Paris (Moretti); Can Can (Offenbach arr Melachrino)

Italy: Funiculi, funicula (Denza); Santa Lucia (Cottrau

arr Hill-Bowen); Tarantella (Trad arr Hill-Bowen);

Catari, catari (Cardillo); Gondola song (Vassini

arr Hill-Bowen); Parlami d’amore Mariù (Bixio); La

Danza (Rossini arr Hill-Bowen); Spain: España

(Chabrier arr Hill-Bowen); Tango (Albéniz); Valencia

(Padilla); Andaluza (Granados); Spanish Gypsy dance

(Marquina)

With Emma to town (Collins) AC

Vanity fair (Collins) AC

Bowin’ and scrapin’ (Casson) ST

Poodle polka (Walters) GD

Sombrero (Brown) ST

Midsummer madness (Watters) GD

Chiming strings (Richardson) GD

Eternal melody (Hanmer) GD

City centre (Ewing) GD

Celtic snapshots (Pagan) ST

The beachcomber (Richardson) JL

Shop window (Hanbury) GD

Getting together (Richardson) JL

DaviD rOSE & hiS OrchESTra

SONgS OF ThE FabulOuS ThirTiES

ORIGINAL LP (1958) STEREO

Beyond the blue horizon (Whiting; Harling)

Red sails in the sunset (Kennedy; Williams)

Isle of Capri (Kennedy; Grosz)

Let’s fall in love (Koehler; Arlen)

Sweet Leilani (Owens)

Love in bloom (Robin; Rainger)

Sunrise serenade (Lawrence; Carle)

It’s only a paper moon (Rose; Harburg; Arlen)

Night and day (Porter)

June in January (Robin; Rainger)

The continental (Magidson; Conrad)

Stardust (Parish; Carmichael)

SONgS OF ThE FabulOuS ThirTiES

Central Europe: Lieber Augustin (Trad arr Hill-Bowen);

Wiegenlied (Brahms arr Hill-Bowen); Swiss dance

(Trad arr Hill-Bowen); Vienna, city of my dreams

(Sieczynski); The Blue Danube (J Strauss II); Komm

Tzigany (Kálmán); Gypsy carnival (Krein); Tropics:

Cielito lindo (Santos); Jamaican rumba (Benjamin);

Pila pilo (Melachrino arr Hill-Bowen); Brazil (Barroso);

Solamente una vez (Lara); Aloha Oe (Trad arr Hill-

Bowen)

MuSic FOr rElaXaTiON

(highlighTS)

ORIGINAL LP (1958) STEREO

Moonlight serenade (Miller; Parish)

While we’re young (Wilder; Palitz)

Valse bluette (Drigo arr Melachrino)

By the sleepy lagoon (Coates)

La serenata (Braga arr Melachrino)

Berceuse de Jocelyn (Godard; Capoul)

The peanut vendor (Sunshine; Gilbert; Simons)

Deep purple (Parish; DeRose)

Two hearts in 3/4 time (Stolz)

Body and soul (Sour; Heyman; Eyton; Green)

Little old lady (Carmichael)

Begin the beguine (Porter)

Thanks for the memory (Robin; Rainger)

I’m in the mood for love (Fields; McHugh)

How deep is the ocean (Berlin)

Exactly like you (Fields; McHugh)

And the angels sing (Mercer; Elman)

Stormy weather (Koehler; Arlen)

cDNJT 5212

lighT MuSic claSSicS

vOluME 4 • bargaiN baSEMENT

Paris interlude (White) JL

Savoir faire (Curzon) NN

Hey presto! (Wilson arr Duncan) FC

Melody at moonrise (Watters) FC

Piccadilly spree (Watters) RdP

Ski jump (Dollimore) FC

The juggler (Liter) NN

Making tracks (Duncan) FC

Bob-sleigh (Jupp) FC

A mood for lovers (Burns) JT

Practical joker (Spass muss sein) (Van Phillips) LLO

Bargain basement (Watters) JL

Moonlight with Maxine (Van Phillips) LLO

Recorded between 1945-58

Orchestra/conductor: AC The London Promenade Orchestra/Anthony Collins; ST The New Century Orchestra/

Sidney Torch; GD L’Orchestre Devereaux/Georges Devereaux; JL The New Concert Orchestra/Jack Leon; NN

The New Concert Orchestra/Nat Nyll; FC The New Concert Orchestra/Frederic Curzon; RdP The New Concert

Orchestra/R de Porten; JT The Symphonia Orchestra/Jack Talbot; LLO The Lansdowne Light Orchestra

cDvS 1960

wayNE kiNg & hiS OrchESTra

DrEaM TiME

DrEaM TiME

ORIGINAL LP (1958) STEREO

An Affair to Remember (Our Love Affair)

from film ‘An Affair to Remember’

(Warren; Adamson; McCarey)

Fascination from film ‘Love in the Afternoon’

(Marchetti)

My Heart Reminds Me (Bargoni; Stillman)

adapted from ‘Autumn Concerto

Shadow Waltz (Warren; Dubin)

Theme from film ‘Man of a Thousand Faces’

(Chopin; adapt. Skinner)

cDlF 8135

FraNk chackSFiElD

ThE NEw liMElighT & chackSFiElD playS bacharach

ThE NEw liMElighT

ORIGINAL LP PFS 4072 (1965) STEREO

Limelight (Chaplin; Parsons)

The Man that Got Away (Arlen; I Gershwin)

In the Still of the Night (Porter)

Scarlet Ribbons (Danzig; Segal)

Smile (Chaplin; Turner; Parsons)

Tonight (Bernstein; Sondheim)

Theme from ‘Picnic’ (Duning; Allen)

introducing ‘Moonglow’ (Hudson; Mills; De Lange)

Come Rain or Come Shine (Arlen; Mercer)

Night and Day (Porter)

Here I Am (Bacharach; David)

Warsaw Concerto (Addinsell)

chackSFiElD playS bacharach

ORIGINAL LP PFS 4230 (1971) STEREO

Raindrops Keep Fallin’ on My Head

(all Bacharach; David)

Alfie

I’ll Never Fall in Love Again

This Guy’s in Love With You

Paper Maché

Trains and Boats and Planes

(They Long to Be) Close to You

You’ll Never Get to Heaven

The Look of Love

To Wait for Love

The Green Grass Starts to Grow

Wives and Lovers

Tammy from film ‘Tammy and the Bachelor’

(Livingston; Evans)

Around the World (Young; Adamson)

from film ‘Around the World in 80 Days’

Stardust (Carmichael; Parish)

Till (Danvers; Sigman)

Dreamy Melody (Koehler; Magine; Naset)

Forgotten Dreams (Anderson)

Melodie d’Amour (Melody of Love)

(Salvador; Johns)

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cDlk 4382

cDlk 4380

wErNEr MüllEr & hiS OrchESTra

auF grOSSEr EurOpa-TOurNEE & übEr SiEbEN MEErE

auF grOSSEr EurOpa-TOurNEE

ORIGINAL LP SLK 16249 (1965) STEREO

Berlin Foxtrot Potpourri

Hamburg Rock Potpourri

Copenhagen Polka Potpourri

Amsterdam Waltz Potpourri

Lisbon Bossa Nova Potpourri

Paris Foxtrot Potpourri

Vienna Foxtrot Potpourri

Munich Waltz Potpourri

Venice Cha Cha Potpourri

Naples Tango Potpourri

Capri Twist Potpourri

Rome Foxtrot Potpourri

FraNk chackSFiElD

My gypSy lOvE & lOvE ThEMES FrOM grEaT OpEraS

My gypSy lOvE

ORIGINAL LP SCL 1060 (1961) STEREO

Gypsy Moon (Borganoff; Eyton)

Tzigane (Neibher; Dumont)

Play Gypsies, Dance Gypsies (Kálmán)

from ‘Countess Maritza’

Waltz of the Gypsies (Kennedy; Carr)

The Gypsy (Reid; Lanjean)

Golden Earrings (Young; Livingston; Evans)

Czardas (Monti)

Play to Me, Gypsy (Vacek)

Budapest (Heller)

At the Balalaika (Posford)

Gypsy Love (Coslow; Misraki)

Dark Eyes (Trad arr Rogers)

lOvE ThEMES FrOM grEaT OpEraS

(highlighTS)

ORIGINAL LP SCL 1049 (1960) STEREO

Intermezzo from ‘Cavalleria Rusticana’ (Mascagni)

Nessun Dorma from ‘Turandot’ (Puccini)

Oh! My Beloved Father

from ‘Gianni Schicchi’ (Puccini)

La Donna è Mobile from ‘Rigoletto’ (Verdi)

Your Tiny Hand is Frozen

from ‘La Bohème’ (Puccini)

Caro Nome from ‘Rigoletto’ (Verdi)

E Lucevan Le Stelle from ‘Tosca’ (Puccini)

Musetta’s Waltz Song from ‘La Bohème’ (Puccini)

übEr SiEbEN MEErE

ORIGINAL LP SLK 16347 (1965) STEREO

Rolling Home Shanty (Volksweise; Bader arr Müller)

Helgoland-Lied (Förster; Bader); Alle Segel setzt

March (Buchholz; Bader arr Müller); Farewell Slow

Waltz (Volksweise arr Förster); Da lacht selbst der

Klabautermann Polka (Buchholz; Bader arr Müller)

Down by the Riverside Dixieland (Volksweise; Bader

arr Förster); Kari Waits for Me Beguine (Gilkyson;

Dehr; Miller; Bader arr Förster); Señorita Dolores

Spanish Waltz (Volksweise; Buchholz; Bader arr

Müller); Auf dem Meer blühn keine roten Rosen Slow

Foxtrot (Buchholz; Bader arr Müller); Un denn segelt wi

so langsam rund Kap Horn (Prigge arr Förster); Aloha

Oe Slow Foxtrot (Volksweise; Bader arr Förster); What

Shall We Do with a Drunken Sailor Shanty (Volksweise;

Bader arr Förster); Wir lagen vor Madagaskar Tango-

Beguine (Scheu; Volksweise arr Förster); Einmal noch

nach Bombay March (Germer; Leip arr Förster); Rolling

Home Shanty (Volksweise; Bader arr Müller); Good

Bye, Fare You Well Shanty (Volksweise; Buchholz

arr Müller)

cDlk 4387


cDlk 4390

FraNk chackSFiElD

playS SiMON aND garFuNkEl aND JiM wEbb & ThE bEaTlES’ SONg bOOk

playS SiMON aND garFuNkEl

aND JiM wEbb

ORIGINAL LP PFS 4217 (1971) STEREO

Up, Up and Away (Webb)

Homeward Bound (Simon)

By the Time I Get to Phoenix (Webb)

Mrs Robinson (Simon)

Galveston (Webb)

Bridge Over Troubled Water (Simon)

Scarborough Fair/Canticle (Simon; Garfunkel)

Wichita Lineman (Webb)

Cecilia (Simon)

The Sound of Silence (Simon)

MacArthur Park (Webb)

cDlk 4393

TONy OSbOrNE

braSS ’N’ ivOry & braSS iN ThE NighT

braSS ’N’ ivOry

ORIGINAL LP SML 723 (1969) STEREO

Do You Know the Way to San Jose

(Bacharach; David)

Get Back (Lennon; McCartney)

Soul Street (Osborne)

Goodbye (Lennon; McCartney)

Ali Baba (Osborne)

In the Bad, Bad Old Days (Macaulay; MacLeod)

Brass ’n’ Ivory (Osborne)

Don’t Let Me Down (Lennon; McCartney)

Son of Hickory Holler’s Tramp (Frazier)

Happy Heart (Last; Rae)

Send Her Away (T & G Osborne)

The Mountain (Trad arr Osborne)

ThE bEaTlES’ SONg bOOk

ORIGINAL LP PFS 4191 (1970) STEREO

Get Back (Lennon; McCartney)

Michelle (Lennon; McCartney)

Got to Get You into My Life (Lennon; McCartney)

Yesterday (Lennon; McCartney)

Something (Harrison)

Hey Jude (Lennon; McCartney)

A Hard Day’s Night (Lennon; McCartney)

Norwegian Wood (Lennon; McCartney)

Ticket to Ride (Lennon; McCartney)

The Fool on the Hill (Lennon; McCartney)

Come Together (Lennon; McCartney)

Ob-La-Di, Ob-La-Da (Lennon; McCartney)

braSS iN ThE NighT

ORIGINAL LP SML 704 (1967) STEREO

All You Need is Love (Lennon; McCartney)

Okasan Little Bird (Nakada; Ema; Mason)

Thoroughly Modern Millie from the film (Cahn;

Van Heusen)

Imogene (Reed)

Helados (Osborne)

Up, Up and Away (Webb)

Can’t Take My Eyes Off You (Crewe; Gaudio)

South of the Border (Kennedy; Carr)

Sunspot (Osborne)

Windy (Friedman)

Cornflake (Osborne)

Flowers to Moscow (Osborne)

cDlk 4392

MaNTOvaNi

TO lOvErS EvErywhErE & FrOM MaNTOvaNi wiTh lOvE

TO lOvErS EvErywhErE

ORIGINAL LP SKL 5112 (1971) STEREO

The Way You Look Tonight (Kern; Fields)

Tea for Two (Caesar; Youmans)

September Song (Weill; Anderson)

Whispering (Schonberger; Coburn; Rose)

Quando, Quando, Quando (Testa; Renis; Boone)

All of a Sudden (Schultz; Black)

I Will Wait for You (Legrand; Gimbel; Demy)

Me and My Shadow (Jolson; Dreyer; Rose)

I Can’t Stop Loving You (Gibson)

Yellow Bird (Luboff; Keith; Bergman)

Winter World of Love (Reed; Mason)

iNTErNaTiONal pOp all STarS

FrOM MaNTOvaNi wiTh lOvE

ORIGINAL LP SKL 5092 (1971) STEREO

Try to Remember (Schmidt; Jones)

It’s Impossible (Manzanero; Wayne)

My Prayer (Boulanger; Kennedy)

If I Only Had Time (Delanoe; Fugain; Fishman)

Loss of Love (Mancini; Merrill)

Gwendolyne (Iglesias; Stillman)

Rosy’s Theme (Jarre)

Theme from Love Story (Lai)

Little Green Apples (Russell)

Last Summer (Mantovani)

Where Have All the Flowers Gone? (Seeger)

May Each Day (Wyle; Green)

MaNTOvaNi

ThE MaNTOvaNi TOuch & OpErETTa MEMOriES

ThE MaNTOvaNi TOuch

ORIGINAL LP SKL 4921 (1968) STEREO

On a Clear Day You Can See Forever

(Lane; Lerner)

Alfie (Bacharach; David)

Release Me (Miller; Williams; Yount; Harris)

A Man and a Woman (Barouh; Lai; Keller)

Almost There (Keller; Shayne)

What Now My Love (Becaud; Delanoe; Sigman)

Edelweiss (Rodgers; Hammerstein)

A Day in the Life of a Fool (Bonfá; Sigman)

My Cup Runneth Over (Jones; Schmidt)

Days of Wine and Roses (Mancini; Mercer)

The Impossible Dream (Leigh; Darion)

Puppet on a String (Martin; Coulter)

rONNiE alDrich

all TiME Jazz hiTS & TOp OF ThE wOrlD

all TiME Jazz hiTS

ORIGINAL LP ACL 1020 (1960)

FIRST TIME IN STEREO

South Rampart Street Parade (Haggart; Bauduc)

Petite Fleur (Bechet)

Royal Garden Blues (C & S Williams)

St Louis Blues (Handy)

High Society (Piron; Williams)

Darktown Strutters’ Ball (Brooks)

At the Jazz Band Ball (La Rocca; Shields)

Honeysuckle Rose (Waller; Razaf)

After You’ve Gone (Creamer; Layton)

Dippermouth Blues (Oliver)

Basin Street Blues (Williams)

I’ve Found a New Baby (Palmer; Williams)

OpErETTa MEMOriES

ORIGINAL LP SKL 4093 (1960) STEREO

The Merry Widow Waltz (Lehár)

My Hero from ‘The Chocolate Soldier’ (Oscar Straus)

Play Gipsies, Dance Gipsies

from ‘Countess Maritza’ (Kálmán)

O Maiden, My Maiden from ‘Frederica’ (Lehár)

The Gipsy Princess Waltz (Kálmán)

The Count of Luxembourg Waltz (Lehár)

Serenade from ‘Frasquita’ (Lehár)

Gipsy Love Waltz (Lehár)

The Gipsy Baron Waltz (Johann Strauss)

Die Fledermaus – Overture (Johann Strauss)

TOp OF ThE wOrlD

ORIGINAL LP SP 44203 (1973) STEREO

Top of the World (Carpenter; Bettis)

Summer (The First Time) (Goldsboro)

Vado Via (Riccardi; Albertelli)

If I Asked My Heart (Taylor; Marc)

Ashes to Ashes (Lambert; Potter)

I Got a Name (Fox; Gimbel)

Jesse (Ian)

Say, Has Anybody Seen

My Sweet Gypsy Rose (Levine; Brown)

Children of Rome

from the TV show “Divorce His/Divorce Hers” (Myers)

Touch Me in the Morning (Masser; Miller)

grEaT FilM ThEMES FrOM MaNy laNDS & vibraTiONS arOuND ThE wOrlD

cOOl DriNkS aND warM cOMpaNy & ThE FOlk hiTS

grEaT FilM ThEMES

vibraTiONS arOuND ThE wOrlD

cOOl DriNkS aND warM cOMpaNy ThE FOlk hiTS

FrOM MaNy laNDS ORIGINAL LP PFS 4167 (1970) STEREO

ORIGINAL LP PFS 4068 (1966) STEREO

ORIGINAL LP LK 4726 (1965)

ORIGINAL LP PFS 4021 (1962) STEREO

Aquarius (Rado; Ragni; MacDermot)

People (Styne; Merrill)

FIRST TIME IN STEREO

La Dolce Vita The Sweet Life

Greensleeves (Trad arr Martin)

Fly Me to the Moon (in other words) (Howard) Colours (Donovan)

(Rota; Verde; Vandyke) The Windmills of Your Mind

The Alleycat (Bjørn)

Mr Tambourine Man (Dylan)

La Strada (Rota; Galdieri)

(Legrand; Bergman; Bergman)

Dear Heart (Mancini; Livingston; Evans)

Catch the Wind (Donovan)

La Ronde de L’amour Love’s Roundabout Muss I Denn (Trad arr Couroyer)

The Girl from Ipanema

There but for Fortune (Ochs)

(Straus; Purcell; Ducreux)

Lisbon Antigua (Portela; Do Vale; Galhardo)

(Jobim; De Moraes; Gimbel) A World of Our Own (Springfield)

Forbidden Games (Gomez)

Tulips from Amsterdam (Arnie; Martyn; Bader)

Who can I turn to (Bricusse; Newley)

It Ain’t Me Babe (Dylan)

Theme from ‘Black Orpheus’ (Carnival) (Bonfá) Vieni sul Mar (Trad arr Martin)

Never on Sunday (Hadjidakis; Towne)

As Tears Go By (Jagger; Richards; Oldham)

Never on Sunday (Hadjidakis; Towne)

Swedish Rhapsody (Alfven adapt Faith)

Desafinado

Come and Stay with Me (De Shannon)

Theme from ‘Saturday Night and Sunday Lindbergh (Peloquin; Charlebois)

(Jobim; Cavanaugh; Hendricks; Mendonca) The Times they are a Changin’ (Dylan)

Morning’ (Dankworth)

Die Fledermaus Waltz (Strauss arr Couroyer)

My Kind of Girl (Bricusse)

This Little Bird (Loudermilk)

Adieu Tristesse (Jobim arr Rys; Camus; Salvet) One Note Samba (Jobim; Mendonca; Hendricks)

Goldfinger (Barry)

I’ll Never Find another You (Springfield)

Anna (Roman; Giordano; Godfrey; Engvick)

Aranjuez, Mon Amour (Rodrigo; Bontempelli)

Moon River (Mancini; Mercer)

Concrete and Clay (Parker; Moeller)

Nadia’s Theme (Rota)

(I Left My Heart) In San Francisco (Cross; Cory)

Scotland the Brave (Trad arr Lockyer; Owen)

The Rising of the Moon (Trad arr O’Gallagher)

cDlk 4394

cDlk 4398

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cDlk 4395

cDlk 4397

cDlk 4396

bill Savill & hiS OrchESTra

wE cOulD havE DaNcED all NighT & iN a DaNciNg MOOD

wE cOulD havE DaNcED all NighT

ORIGINAL LP SKL 4019 (1959) STEREO

Quickstep: So in love (Porter) – Do I love you (Porter)

– June is bustin’ out all over (Rodgers) – Always true to

you in my fashion (Porter) – You’d be so nice to come

home to (Porter); Waltz: I give my heart (Millocker arr

Mackenben) – Glamorous night (Novello); Foxtrot:

Lovely to look at (Kern) – The folk who live on the hill

(Kern); Quickstep: Love walked in (Gershwin) – Shall

we dance (Rodgers) – Let’s call the whole thing off

(Gershwin) – Long ago and far away (Kern) – Can

I forget you (Kern) – How high the moon (Lewis);

Quickstep: I’ve got you under my skin (Porter) – This is

my lovely day (Ellis) – Most gentlemen don’t like love

(Porter) – The last time I saw Paris (Kern) – I love Paris

(Porter) – C’est magnifique (Porter); Tango: No other

love (Rodgers); Rumba: Wish you were here (Rome)

Samba: Carioca (Youmans); Foxtrot: September song

(Weill) – Bewitched (Rodgers); Quickstep: Dance little

lady (Coward) – A room with a view (Coward) – Pick

yourself up (Kern) – Easy to love (Porter) – All of you

(Porter) – I could write a book (Rodgers)

MikE lEaNDEr & hiS OrchESTra

iN a DaNciNg MOOD

ORIGINAL LP SKL 4065 (1959) STEREO

Quickstep: I’m gonna wash that man right outta my hair

– There is nothin’ like a dame – Happy talk – A cockeyed

optimist – Bloody Mary – Honey Bun (Rodgers)

Waltz: This nearly was mine (Rodgers) – When I’m not

near the girl I love (Lane); Foxtrot: Smoke gets in your

eyes (Kern) – My funny Valentine (Rodgers) – I didn’t

know what time it was (Rodgers); Quickstep: You were

never lovelier (Kern) – They all laughed (Gershwin) –

We’ll gather lilacs (Novello) – I’m gonna sit right down

and write myself a letter (Ahlert) – From this moment

on (Porter); Quickstep: I could have danced all night

– I’ve grown accustomed to her face – Get me to the

church on time – With a little bit of luck – On the street

where you live (Loewe); Cha-cha: Ol’ Man River (Kern)

– I can’t get started (Duke) – The man I love (Gershwin)

Samba: The Mayfair Samba (Rogers); Quickstep: All

the things you are (Kern) – A foggy day (Gershwin)

– Nice work if you can get it (Gershwin) – My heart

belongs to daddy (Porter) – Sing for your supper

(Rodgers) – It’s all right with me (Porter)


cDlk 4399

FraNk chackSFiElD

playS lErNEr aND lOEwE & rODgErS aND harT

playS lErNEr aND lOEwE

ORIGINAL LP PFS 4356 (1976) STEREO

My Fair Lady Suite:

I Could Have Danced All Night, The Rain in Spain,

“Lohengrin” – Wedding March (Wagner arr Shaw), Get

Me to the Church on Time, I’ve Grown Accustomed to

His Face, I Could Have Danced All Night (Reprise)

If Ever I Would Leave You KB

Wand’rin’ Star

Camelot March

Almost Like Being in Love

I Talk to the Trees JB

Come to Me, Bend to Me

Gigi Suite:

Can-Can intro (Offenbach arr Shaw), The Night They

Invented Champagne, Thank Heaven for Little Girls, I

Remember it Well, Gigi

Soloists: KB Kenny Baker (trumpet), JB Joanne Brown (vocal)

cDlk 4401

will glahÉ & hiS OrchESTra

bavariaN & viENNESE MErry-gO-rOuND

bavariaN MErry-gO-rOuND

ORIGINAL LP PFS 4372 (1976) STEREO

Karlsbader Karussell (Glahé)

Mádlenka Polka (Tichny; Auerbach)

Donausagen (Fucik)

Huckepack (Glahé)

Kuckucks Walzer (Jonasson)

Castaldo Marsch (Novacek)

Leitmeritzer Schützenmarsch (Fucik; Hartmann)

Schneewalzer (Trad arr Glahé)

Egerländer Polka (Spieler)

Amsel Polka (Vejvoda; Auerbach)

Grillenhochzeit (Glahé)

Quecksilber Polka (Glahé)

playS rODgErS aND harT

ORIGINAL LP PFS 4331 (1975) STEREO

Johnny One-Note

Isn’t it Romantic

Ten Cents a Dance

Thou Swell

My Funny Valentine JB

Lover

With a Song in My Heart

Bewitched

Falling in Love with Love

Where or When JB

The Lady is a Tramp

Mountain Greenery

viENNESE MErry-gO-rOuND/

wiENEr praTErbuMMEl

ORIGINAL LP PFS 4404 (1976) STEREO

Jetzt trink’n ma noch a Flascherl Wein (Lorens)

Tanzen möcht’ ich (Kálmán)

Gern hab’ ich die Frau’n geküßt

(Lehár; Knepler; Jenbach)

Luxemburg Walzer (Lehár)

Liebste, glaub an mich (Lehár)

Draußen in Sievering blüht schon der Flieder

(Strauss arr Glahé; Adler)

Komm mit nach Varasdin (Kálmán)

Wiener Fiakerpolka (Pick); Dorfkinder (Kálmán)

Dein ist mein ganzes Herz (Lehár; Herzer; Löhner)

Liebe, du Himmel auf Erden

(Lehár; Knepler; Jenbach)

Souvenir (Drdla); Kaiserwalzer (Strauss arr Glahé)

Das ist die Liebe (Kálmán; Stein; Jenbach)

cDlk 4400

iNTErNaTiONal pOp all STarS

pErcuSSiON arOuND ThE wOrlD & TwElvE STar pErcuSSiON

pErcuSSiON arOuND ThE wOrlD

ORIGINAL LP PFS 34009 (1962) STEREO

The Poor People of Paris (Monnot; Rouzaud)

Frenesi (Dominguez; Charles; Russell)

The Third Man Theme (Karas)

Calcutta (Gaze; Stillman)

La Montana (Moreu; Alguero)

Nick Nack Paddy Whack (Arnold; Sharpe; Gould)

Volare (Modugno; Migliacci; Parish)

April in Portugal (Ferrao; Larue; Kennedy)

Never on Sunday (Hadjidakis; Towne)

Japanese Sandman (Whiting; Egan)

Cielito Lindo (Fernandez)

Auf wiederseh’n Sweetheart

(Storch; Sexton; Turner)

rOlaND Shaw & hiS OrchESTra

MEXicO! & wESTwarD hO!

MEXicO!

ORIGINAL LP PFS 4027 (1963) STEREO

Cielito Lindo (Trad arr Shaw)

Pepe (Langdon; Wittstatt)

The Three Caballeros (Esperon; Cortazar; Gilbert)

Solamente una Vez (Lara)

Bulerías (Trad arr Shaw)

Las Chiapanecas (De Campo arr Shaw)

Guadalajara (Guizar)

La Cucaracha (Trad arr Shaw)

Ti-Pi-Tin (Grever; Leveen)

La Paloma (Yradier arr Shaw)

La Bamba (Trad arr Shaw)

El Relicario (Padilla arr Shaw)

wESTwarD hO!

ORIGINAL LP PFS 4045 (1964) STEREO

Riders in the Sky (Jones)

The Yellow Rose of Texas (Trad arr Shaw)

High Noon (Tiomkin; Washington)

The Big Country (Moross arr Mayers)

Streets of Laredo (Trad arr Shaw)

Don’t Fence Me In (Porter)

Wagon Wheels (Hill; De Rose)

She’ll Be Comin’ Round the Mountain

(Trad arr Shaw)

Red River Valley (Trad arr Shaw)

The Magnificent Seven (Bernstein)

I’m an Old Cowhand (Mercer)

Tumbling Tumbleweeds (Nolan)

TwElvE STar pErcuSSiON

ORIGINAL LP PFS 34011 (1962) STEREO

I Got Rhythm (G & I Gershwin)

We’ll Be Together Again (Fischer; Laine)

Three Blind Mice (Trad)

Nice Work If You Can Get It (G & I Gershwin)

Handsome Gigolo (Cassuci; Keyes; Brammer)

Lover (Rodgers; Hart)

Button Up Your Overcoat

(DeSylva; Brown; Henderson)

Green Eyes (Menendez; Utrera)

Pennies from Heaven (Johnston; Burke)

Beyond the Sea (Trenet; Lawrence)

Why Don’t You Do Right? (McCoy)

Adios Muchachos (Sanders; Vedani; Raven)

cDlk 4402

rON graiNEr & hiS OrchESTra

ThE MaigrET ThEME & OThEr FilM aND Tv ThEMES SiNglES

ThE MaigrET ThEME

ORIGINAL LP ACL 1135 (1963) FIRST TIME IN STEREO

The Maigret Theme (Grainer); Bistro (Grainer)

Night Prowl (Grainer); Petit Louis (Grainer)

Arlette (Grainer); Golden Fleece (Grainer)

Getaway (Grainer)

Along the Boulevards (Grainer)

Lost Memory (Grainer); Poker Face (Grainer)

Ginette (Grainer); Thieves’ Den (Grainer)

Midnight in Montmartre (Grainer)

The Maigret Theme (Grainer)

ray MarTiN & hiS OrchESTra

ThE SOuND OF SighT & MEMOriES arE MaDE OF MuSic

ThE SOuND OF SighT

cOMpOSED aND cONDucTED by ray MarTiN

ORIGINAL LP PFS 4043 (1964) STEREO

Introduction Leading into Overture to End All

Overtures

Westorama

Destination Space

A Whale of a Tale

Egyptian Epic

Hoodunit

Tearjerker

Cartoonik

Flagwaver

OThEr FilM aND Tv ThEMES SiNglES

Petit Louis (from TV series “Maigret”) (Grainer) RG

That Was the Week that Was (Grainer; Sherrin) RG

Indian Blues (Grainer) RG

Station Six Sahara (from film) (Grainer) RG

Theme from the film “Sparrows Can’t Sing” (Bart) RSO

The Seventh Dawn (from film) (Ortolani; Webster) RSO

Main theme from film “Lolita” (Harris) TRO

My Lost Love (from film “Big Red”)

IRCO TR

(Sherman; Sherman)

Sky West and Crooked (from film) (Arnold) TW

Madrigal (from film “The Chalk Garden”) (Arnold) TW

The Kiss (theme from TV series “Love Story”) (Parnell) JP

“The Hidden Truth” theme (from TV series) (Parnell) JP

The Iron Maiden (from film) (Rogers) ER

Sweet and Sour (the “Bootsie and Snudge”

TV series theme) (Franks; Rusby) GF

Theme from the TV series “Sam Benedict” (Riddle) GF

“Hand in Hand” theme (from film) (Black) SB

The Last Tycoon (from film) (Jarre) JD

MEMOriES arE MaDE OF MuSic

ORIGINAL LP PFS 4275 (1973) STEREO

Sing (Raposo)

Release Me (Miller; Williams; Yount; Harris)

Everything is Beautiful (Stevens)

Keeper of the Castle (Lambert; Potter)

I Can See Clearly Now (Nash)

South of the Border (Kennedy; Carr)

Black is Black (Hayes; Wadey; Grainger)

Are You Lonesome Tonight (Turk; Handman)

Cook with Honey (Carter)

Tie a Yellow Ribbon Round the Old Oak Tree

(Levine; Brown)

Quiet Nights (Jobim; Kaye; Lees)

Blue Suede Shoes (Perkins)

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cDlk 4403

Singles’ artists: RG Ron Grainer & his Orchestra; RSO

Roland Shaw Orchestra; TRO The Raymonde Orchestra;

IRCO Ivor Raymonde, his Chorus & Orchestra; TW The

Wayfarers; JP Jack Parnell Orchestra; ER Eric Rogers

& his Orchestra; GF Gordon Franks & his Orchestra;

SB Stanley Black, his Piano & Orchestra; JD John

Dankworth with the Maurice Jarre Orchestra

Recorded between 1961-77

cDlk 4405

cDlk 4404

ricarDO SaNTOS – arraNgED by wErNEr MüllEr

iT’S laTiN TiME & ThE NEw ricarDO SaNTOS SOuND

iT’S laTiN TiME

ORIGINAL LP 6.23007 (1977) STEREO

Nice ’n’ Naasty (Montana Jr)

Tangerine (Mercer; Schertzinger)

La Novia (Prieto)

Night Theme (arr Müller to a theme by Mozart)

Samba Pa Ti (Santana)

Tico Tico (Abreu)

Cucaracha Brava (Trad arr Müller)

Moliendo Café (Manzo)

Bach Goes Latin (J S Bach adapt Müller)

The Peanut Vendor (Simons)

La Playa (van Wetter)

Farewell Trumpet (Buchholz)

will glahÉ & hiS OrchESTra

STricTly OOMpah & OkTObErFEST

STricTly OOMpah

ORIGINAL LP PFS 4166 (1969) STEREO

Radetzky–Marsch (J Strauss arr Bohn)

Kuckuckswalzer (Jonasson arr Glahé)

Die Fischerin vom Bodensee (Winkler)

Wiener Praterleben (Translateur arr Bohn)

Hoch und Deutschmeister–Marsch

(Ertl arr Bohn)

Auf de Schwäb’sche Eisebahne (Trad arr Glahé)

Ich hab’ mein Herz in Heidelberg Verloren

(Raymond; Beda; Neubach)

Wien Bleibt Wien (Schrammel arr Glahé)

Die Dorfmusik (Fryberg; Donop; Kirsten arr Bohn)

Schützenliesel–Polka

(Bern; Haselbach; Sixt arr Rüßmann)

Du kannst nicht treu sein (Otten; Ebeler arr Glahé)

Der treue Husar (Frantzen arr Rüßmann)

OkTObErFEST

ORIGINAL LP PFS 4194 (1970) STEREO

Bayrische Schuhplattler (Trad arr Glahé)

Bayrische Polka (Lohmann)

In München steht ein Hofbräuhaus

(Gabriel; Richter)

Der treue Husar (Frantzen arr Rüßmann)

Beer Barrel Polka Rosamunde

(Vejvoda; Brown; Timm)

Das Humbta-Täterä (Hämmerle)

Trink, trink, Brüderlein trink (Lindemann)

Alte Kameraden (Teike)

Du kannst nicht treu sein (Otten; Ebeler arr Glahé)

Liechtensteiner Polka (Kötscher; Lindt)

Ja, so warn’s die alten Rittersleut (Valentin)

Auf Wiedersehn (Storch; Sexton; Turner)

ThE NEw ricarDO SaNTOS SOuND

ORIGINAL LP 6.22393 (1976) STEREO

La Bamba Samba (Trad arr Müller)

Jalousie Tango (Gade)

Eliza-Cha-Cha (Beethoven arr Müller)

The Last Farewell Slowfox (Whittaker)

Take My Heart (In a Persian Market)

March Samba (Ketelbey arr Müller)

Bianca Samba (Samuels; Whitcup)

Zambesi Baião (De Waal; Carstens)

Rumba Tambah Rumba Negra (Hernandez)

Feelings Beguine (Albert)

Bacardi Theme Bossa Nova

(Tchaikovsky arr Müller)

La Cumparsita Tango (Rodriguez)

What a Diff’rence a Day Made Mambo (Grever)

Taboo Bossa Nova (Lecuona)

cDlk 4406


cDlk 4407

FraNk chackSFiElD

ThE iNcOMparablE kErN & playS hOagy carMichaEl

ThE iNcOMparablE kErN

ORIGINAL LP PFS 4308 (1974) STEREO

The Last Time I Saw Paris (Kern; Hammerstein)

All the Things You Are (Kern; Hammerstein)

The Folks Who Live on the Hill

(Kern; Hammerstein)

Look for the Silver Lining (Kern; DeSylva)

She Didn’t Say Yes (Kern; Harbach)

Smoke Gets in Your Eyes (Kern; Harbach)

I Won’t Dance (Kern; Hammerstein; Harbach)

Long Ago (and Far Away) (Kern; I Gershwin)

Who? (Kern; Hammerstein; Harbach)

Yesterdays (Kern; Harbach)

Showboat medley: (Kern; Wodehouse; Hammerstein)

Ol’ Man River, Make Believe, Can’t Help Lovin’ Dat

Man, Bill, You are Love

Soloists: KB Kenny Baker (trumpet), JB Joanne Brown (vocal)

cDlk 4409

caScaDiNg STriNgS – JOhN grEgOry

caScaDiNg STriNgS & cONTraSTS

caScaDiNg STriNgS

ORIGINAL LP 6308 016 (1970) STEREO

Raindrops Keep Falling on my Head

(Bacharach; David)

Wand’rin’ Star (Lerner; Loewe)

The Green Leaves of Summer

(Tiomkin; Webster)

Love is Blue (Popp; Cour; Blackburn)

Plaisir d’amour (Martini)

Those were the Days (Raskin)

Somewhere my Love (Jarre; Webster)

The Fool on the Hill (Lennon; McCartney)

Four of Hearts (Gregory)

Light my Fire

(Morrison; Manzarek; Krieger; Densmore)

Londonderry Air (Trad arr Gregory)

The Good, the Bad and the Ugly (Morricone)

playS hOagy carMichaEl

ORIGINAL LP PFS 4392 (1977) STEREO

Skylark (Carmichael; Mercer)

My Resistance is Low (Carmichael; Adamson)

The Nearness of You (Carmichael; Washington) JB

Ole Buttermilk Sky (Carmichael; Brooks)

Georgia on My Mind (Carmichael; Gorrell) KB

The Old Music Master (Carmichael; Mercer)

Two Sleepy People (Carmichael; Loesser)

I Get Along Without You Very Well

(Carmichael) JB

Lazy Bones (Carmichael; Mercer)

Stardust (Carmichael; Parish) JB

cONTraSTS

ORIGINAL LP 6308 107 (1972) STEREO

Diamonds are Forever (Barry)

I Don’t Know How to Love Him (Rice; Webber)

Look Around and You’ll Find Me There

(Lai; Simon; Mark)

Where Did they Go? (Sklerov; Lloyd)

The theme from “The Onedin Line”

(Khachaturian arr Gregory)

Devil’s Highway (Gregory)

The theme from “The Persuaders” (Barry)

Another Time Another Place (Leander; Seago)

Contrasts (Gregory)

My Chérie Amour (Wonder; Cosby; Moy)

Sleepy Shores (theme from “Owen M.D.”) (Pearson)

Spinning Wheel (Thomas)

cDlk 4408

MaNTOvaNi

MaNTOvaNi’S gOlDEN hiTS & MOrE MaNTOvaNi gOlDEN hiTS

MaNTOvaNi’S gOlDEN hiTS

ORIGINAL LP SKL 4818 (1967) STEREO

Charmaine (Rapée; Pollack)

Moon River (Mancini; Mercer)

The Moulin Rouge Theme (Auric; Engvick)

Summertime in Venice (Icini; Sigman; Pinci)

Diane (Rapée; Pollack)

Exodus Main Theme (Gold)

Greensleeves (Trad arr Binge)

True Love (Porter)

La Vie en Rose (Louiguy; Piaf)

Around the World (Young; Adamson)

Some Enchanted Evening

(Rodgers; Hammerstein)

Swedish Rhapsody (Alfven adapt Faith)

chaQuiTO – JOhN grEgOry

ThE grEaT chaQuiTO rEvOluTiON & laTiN cOlOurS

ThE grEaT chaQuiTO rEvOluTiON

ORIGINAL LP 6309 013 (1970) STEREO

Revolution (Chaquito)

Aquarius (MacDermot; Rado; Ragni)

Carol of the Bells (Leontovich arr Gregory)

Old Devil Moon (Lane; Harburg)

Te Quiero Dijiste Echo of a Serenade (Grever)

The Good, the Bad and the Ugly (Morricone)

Carioca (Youmans; Kahn; Eliscu)

Tierra Madre Mother Earth (Chaquito)

Desafinado (Jobim; Mendonca)

Goin’ Out of My Head (Randazzo; Weinstein)

Maria Elena (Barcelata)

The Big Country (Moross)

laTiN cOlOurS

ORIGINAL LP 6382 106 (1972) STEREO

Meditation Meditaçao (Jobim; Mendonca)

Trains and Boats and Planes (Bacharach; David)

Afrikaan Beat (Kaempfert)

La Paloma (Yradier arr Gregory)

Light My Fire (Morris; Manzarek; Krieger; Densmore)

La Peregrinación (Ramirez; Luna)

Do You Know the Way to San Jose

(Bacharach; David)

Little Boat O Barquinho (Menescal; Boscoli)

Walk On By (Bacharach; David)

One Summer’s Day Un Jour d’Été (Gregory)

This Guy’s in Love with You (Bacharach; David)

Upa, Neguinho Allegria (Lobo; Guarnieri)

MOrE MaNTOvaNi gOlDEN hiTS

ORIGINAL LP SKL 5230 (1976) STEREO

Cara Mia (Trapani; Lange)

Stranger in Paradise (Wright; Forrest)

Gigi (Loewe; Lerner)

Deep Purple (De Rose; Parish)

A Certain Smile (Fain; Webster)

Limelight (Chaplin)

The Way You Look Tonight (Kern; Fields)

Love is a Many Splendored Thing

(Fain; Webster)

Long Ago (And Far Away) (Kern; Gershwin)

Till (Danvers; Sigman; Gaiano)

A Lovely Way to Spend an Evening

(McHugh; Adamson)

Together (DeSylva; Brown; Henderson)

cDlk 4410

MaNTOvaNi

Mr. MuSic ... MaNTOvaNi & MOrE MaNTOvaNi FilM ENcOrES

Mr. MuSic ... MaNTOvaNi

ORIGINAL LP SKL 4811 (1966) STEREO

Smile (Chaplin; Turner; Parsons)

Ebb Tide (Maxwell; Sigman)

Softly as I Leave You (De Vita; Calabrese; Shaper)

Spanish Flea (Wechter; Stellman)

Theme from ‘The Oscar’ (Faith)

How Soon (Mancini; Stillman)

Yesterday (Lennon; McCartney)

Strangers in the Night

(Kaempfert; Singleton; Snyder)

From Russia with Love (Bart)

Love and Marriage (Van Heusen; Cahn)

The Shadow of Your Smile (Mandel; Webster)

Three O’Clock in the Morning (Robledo; Terriss)

MOrE MaNTOvaNi FilM ENcOrES

ORIGINAL LP SKL 4067 (1959) STEREO

The High and the Mighty (Tiomkin; Washington)

A Certain Smile (Fain; Webster)

Friendly Persuasion (Thee I Love)

(Tiomkin; Webster)

Whatever Will Be, Will Be (Que Sera, Sera)

(Evans; Livingston)

Tammy (Livingston; Evans; Skinner)

Be My Love (Cahn; Brodszky)

April Love (Fain; Webster)

When You Wish Upon a Star

(Harline; Washington)

Separate Tables (Adamson; Warren)

Around the World (Young; Adamson)

Fascination (Marchetti)

Secret Love (Fain; Webster)

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FraNk chackSFiElD

NEw yOrk & ThE bEST OF cOlE pOrTEr

NEw yOrk

ORIGINAL LP PFS 4190 (1970) STEREO

Broadway Medley: Broadway Rhythm (Herb; Freed;

Brown); Sidewalks of New York (Blake; Lawlor arr

Rogers); The Bowery (Gaunt; Hoyt; Gilbert arr Rogers)

Harlem Nocturne (Hagen)

Chinatown, My Chinatown (Schwartz; Jerome)

Manhattan (Rodgers; Hart)

Slaughter on Tenth Avenue (Rodgers; Hart)

Take the ‘A’ Train (Strayhorn)

Spanish Harlem (Leiber; Spector)

West Side Story Medley: (Bernstein; Sondheim)

Something’s Coming; Tonight; Maria; America;

Somewhere

Autumn in New York (Duke)

Give My Regards to Broadway (Cohan arr Rogers)

SONgS OF praiSE

ORIGINAL LP SKL 4152 (1961) STEREO

A Mighty Fortress is our God

(Luther; Hedges arr Milner)

Whispering Hope (Hawthorne arr Mantovani) CH

Nearer my God to Thee (Mason arr Milner) CH

The Lord’s my Shepherd (Grant arr Milner)

Abide with Me (Monk; Lyte arr Milner)

Onward Christian Soldiers

(Sullivan; Baring-Gold arr Milner) CH

The Holy City (Adams; Weatherly arr Mantovani)

Eternal Father Strong to Save

(Dykes; Whiting arr Milner) CH

Vocalists: CH with The Sammes Chorus

ThE bEST OF cOlE pOrTEr

ORIGINAL LP S30066 (1959) STEREO

I Love Paris (Porter)

Easy to Love (Porter)

Begin the Beguine (Porter)

In the Still of the Night (Porter)

Wunderbar (Porter)

It’s D’Lovely (Porter)

Night and Day (Porter)

Don’t Fence Me In (Porter)

I’ve Got You Under My Skin (Porter)

You’d Be So Nice to Come Home to (Porter)

So in Love (Porter)

Just One of Those Things (Porter)

cDlk 4413

will glahÉ & hiS OrchESTra

TaNgO NOTTurNO & whEN ThE lilac blOOMS agaiN

TaNgO NOTTurNO

ORIGINAL LP SKL 16474 (1967) STEREO

Tango Notturno (Borgmann; Beckmann); La

Paloma (Yradier); Liebe war es nie (Markusch;

Rotter); Schenk mir dein Lächeln, Maria (Denneke;

Schwenn; Schaeffers); Wir wollen Freunde sein

fürs ganze Leben (Meisel; Schwenn; Schaeffers);

Ich hab’ dir so tief in die Augen gesehen (Böhmelt;

Stemmle); Oh, Donna Clara (Peterburski; Beda);

Tango Anjuschka (Jäger; Nebhut); Es war einmal

ein Musikus (Schwarz); Lebe wohl, kleine Frau

(Jäger; Nebhut); Bei zärtlicher Musik (Mohr;

Richter); Spiel mir ein Lied aus alten Tagen

(Breuer; Siegel); In deine Hände (Kollo); Es wird in

100 Jahren wieder so ein Frühling sein (Dostal;

Gilbert); Wenn du einmal dein Herz verschenkst

(Rosen; Schwabach); Zwei rote Lippen und ein roter

cDlk 4415 Tarragona (Sanders; Schwartz)

MaNTOvaNi

SONgS OF praiSE

Beautiful Isle of Somewhere

(Fearis; Pounds arr Mantovani)

Jesu, Lover of my Soul (Parry; Wesley arr Milner)

Jesu, Joy of Man’s Desiring (Bach arr Milner)

Little Brown Church in the Vale

(Pitts arr Mantovani)

All People that on Earth do Dwell

(Bourgeois; Kethe arr Mantovani)

Rock of Ages

(Hastings; Redhead; Toplady arr Milner) CH

whEN ThE lilac blOOMS agaiN

wENN DEr wEißE FliEDEr wiEDEr blühT

ORIGINAL LP 6.22111 (1975) STEREO

When the Lilac Blooms Again (Doelle; Rotter); Bei dir war

es immer so schön (Mackeben; Beckmann); Swanee

(Gershwin); Alexander’s Ragtime Band (Berlin); Elizabethan

Serenade (Binge; Wallnau; Hesten); The First Rendezvous

(Sylviano; Poterat; Busch); Zhivago Melody (Jarre; Webster;

Lilibert); Im Gänsemarsch (Glahé); Huckepack (Glahé);

Quicksilver Polka (Glahé); Sophisticated Lady (Ellington;

Mills; Parish); Begin the Beguine (Porter; Hillman); Strangers

in the Night (Kaempfert; Feltz); Sweet Sue (Young; Harris;

Rotter); Oh, Lady be Good (Gershwin); Parlez-moi d’amour

(Lenoir; Grau); Dreh dich noch einmal um (Gaze; Balz);

Temptation Rag (Lodge); Kisses in the Dark (Micheli);

Wonderful Copenhagen (Loesser; Brandin); Indian Love Call

(Friml; Harbach; Hammerstein); Madonna, du bist schöner als

der Sonnenschein (Katscher); Charmaine (Rapée; Pollack;

Rainer); Mood Indigo (Ellington; Mills; Bigard); Narcissus

(Nevin); Avant de mourir (Boulanger); You are my Sunshine

(Davis; Mitchell); Goodnight Ladies (Trad arr Glahé)

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cDlk 4416

lONNiEpOpS

ORIGINAL LP SKL 5068 (1970) STEREO

Little Green Apples (Russell)

Hey! Hey (Pavli)

First of May (R, B & M Gibb)

Both Sides Now (Mitchell)

If You Go Away (Brel; McKuen)

Love Song to a Princess (Donegan; Jones)

Who Knows Where the Time Goes (Denny)

briTiSh rOck ‘N’ rOll aT DEcca

Tweedlee-Dee SM ; Dance with Me Henry SM

Hearts of Stone BC ; The Creep JB

Dancing in My Socks MB

Why Do Fools Fall in Love? AK1

Rock Around the Island AK2

I Want You to Be My Baby AR

The Fish AR ; Baby Lover LJ

Tryin’ to Get to You JC ; I-ay Ove-lay Oo-yay 3BS

I Told Myself a Lie DC ; Turn Me Loose MS

Teen Angel AM ; Another Sleepless Night EH

Race With the Devil RS

bryaN JOhNSON, MikE prESTON & kEN DODD

ThE MilliON SEllErS SiNg SONgS ...

bryaN JOhNSON –

ThE MilliON SEllErS SiNg SONgS

ORIGINAL LP SKL 4108 (1960) STEREO

Red Roses for a Blue Lady (Tepper; Brodsky)

Don’t Fence Me In (Porter)

Tennessee Waltz (Stewart; King)

Heart of My Heart (The Gang that Sang) (Ryan)

Around the World (Young; Adamson)

The Yellow Rose of Texas (George)

On a Slow Boat to China (Loesser)

Careless Hands (Hilliard; Sigman)

Tell Me Why (Alberts; Gold)

Sioux City Sue (Thomas; Freedman)

Someday (Hodges); Mockin’ Bird Hill (Horton)

bONuS TrackS (1960-61)

Looking High, High, High (Watson)

Countin’ Colours in a Rainbow (Fishman; Carr)

A Place in the Country (Page; Shaberman; Harris)

Angel Face (Saunder; Bowers)

Broken Wings (Jerome; Grun)

vOluME 4

Five Minutes More RS2

Oh, How I Miss You Tonight GC

Boots NG ; The Wild One OR

Ginny Come Lately SP

Two Initials (in a heart) RL

Bésame Mucho JH ; Magic Eyes BF

Party Time DF

First Date, First Kiss, First Love VC

Six-Five Nothing Special MM

The Tommy Rot Story MM

Picture Parade MM ; What is a Skiffler? MM

Recorded between 1954-62

Vocalists: SM Suzi Miller with The Johnston Brothers; BC Billy Cotton & His Band; JB The Johnston Brothers;

MB AK1 AK2 Margaret Bond; Annette Klooger with The Four Jones Boys; Annette Klooger with Ted Heath & His Music;

AR LJ JC 3BS

Annie Ross with Tony Crombie & His Orchestra; Little Johnny & The Three Teenagers; Joey Castell;

Three Barry Sisters; DC Del Carson; MS Mort Shuman; AM Alex Murray; EH Eddie Hickey; RS Russ Sainty with The Nu-

Notes; RS2 Robb Storme & The Whispers; GC Glenda Collins; NG Nero & The Gladiators; OR Oliver Reed;

SP RL JH BF DF VC MM Steve Perry; Roy Lee; Jet Harris; Billy Fury; Don Fox; Vic Chester; Morris & Mitch

kENNETh MckEllar

kENNETh MckEllar’S pEOplE & a DrEaM O’ haME

kENNETh MckEllar’S pEOplE

(highlighTS)

ORIGINAL LP SKL 5006 (1970) STEREO

Black is the Colour of My True Love’s Hair

(Trad arr Knight)

Scarlet Ribbons (Danzig; Segal)

Because You are There La Peregrinación

(Ramirez; Luna; Newell)

Shenandoah (Trad arr Terry)

The Dark Island (MacLachlan; Silver)

Cindy, Oh Cindy (Barron; Long)

Scarborough Fair – Canticle (Simon; Garfunkel)

The Bard of Armagh (Hughes)

Quattro Cavaiche Trottano (Trad arr Knight)

Pavanne from The Capriol Suite (Warlock)

The Wild Mountain Thyme (McPeake)

The White Rose of Athens

(Hadjidakis; Bradtke; Newell)

lONNiE DONEgaN

lONNiEpOpS

a DrEaM O’ haME

ORIGINAL LP SKL 5079 (1971) STEREO

Think on Me (Scott arr Knight)

Dream Angus (Trad arr Roberton)

Come Under My Plaidie (Burns arr Knight)

Wae’s Me for Prince Charlie (Trad arr Knight)

O Gin My Love Were Yon Red Rose

(Burns arr Knight)

The Thistle of Scotland (Trad arr Knight)

These are My Mountains (Copeland)

Rothesay Bay (Trad arr Knight)

Fairy Lullaby (Trad arr Knight)

Maiden of Morven (Lawson; Boulton)

A Dream o’ Hame (McNab)

Waggle o’ the Kilt (Lauder)

What the World Needs Now is Love

(Bacharach; David)

My Lovely Juanita (Donegan)

The Windmills of Your Mind

(Bergman; Bergman; Legrand)

The Long Haired Lover from Liverpool (Young)

And You Need Me (Cousins)

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MikE prESTON – FOur SONgS by ray NOblE

ORIGINAL EP DFE 6635 (1961)

Love is the Sweetest Thing (Noble)

The Very Thought of You (Noble)

The Touch of Your Lips (Noble)

Not a Star in Sight (Noble)

kEN DODD – lOvE iS likE a viOliN

ORIGINAL EP DFE 6690 (1961)

Love is Like a Violin (Laparcerie; Miarka; Kennedy)

Dream that I Love You (Goell; Goehr)

Jealous of You (Mascheroni; Harper; Mendes)

Once in Every Lifetime (Magenta; LaRue; Ebb)

The Treasure in My Heart (Mathieson; Kennedy)

Just for a While (Geiger; Anderson; MacDonald)

kENNETh MckEllar – bONuS Track

FROM ORIGINAL LP SKL 5006 (1970) STEREO

Mary’s Boy Child (Hairston)

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gEOrgE ScOTT wOOD & hiS OrchESTra

Who walks in when I walk out? SB

Love locked out SB

This is romance SB

Sitting beside o’ you from “Yes, Madam?” HB

Dreaming a dream from “Yes, Madam?” HB

Tick-tock SB

Let’s call it a day SB

I’ve got to sing a torch song

from “The Gold Diggers of 1933” SB

Shadow waltz from “The Gold Diggers of 1933” SB

Dames from film “Dames” JP

I only have eyes for you from film “Dames” JP

Count your blessings from film “Joe Palooka” SB

vOluME 4 • Tick-TOck

Lover SB

Oceans of time from “Mr Whittington” SB

I’ve got to pass your house to get to my house

from “Paradise Revue”

Lovers’ lane (on the other side of lovers’ lane) SB

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Spanish eyes

SB GSW

aMbrOSE & hiS OrchESTra

vOluME 10 • buTTON up yOur OvErcOaT

Mean to me PN

You’re the cream in my coffee PN

Do something (unissued take)

Walking with Susie EG

Dear little café EG

I’m bringing a red, red rose LA

Button up your overcoat LA

I want to be bad LA

My lucky star LA

Pagan love song LA

You wouldn’t fool me, would you? LA

Thou swell LA

My dream memory LA

Too wonderful for words LA

Recorded between 1929-30

Vocalists: PN Phil Neely; EG Eddie Grossbart; LA Lou Abelardo

I can’t remember SB

Hiawatha’s lullaby SB

I had to change the words SB

Stormy weather (keeps rainin’ all the time) SB

You, or no one BB

WB SC

Doing an Irish jig

WB SC

Time and time again

O SB GSW

I shall be waiting

Recorded between 1933-38

Vocalists: SB Sam Browne; HB Harry Bentley; JP Jack Plant; GSW George Scott Wood; BB Betty Bolton; SC Sam Costa

Billed as: Scott Wood & His Orchestra, except WB Wally Bishop & His Band (A pseudonym for George Scott

Wood); O with orchestra

You’re the top (Porter) Quickstep

Little white lies (Donaldson) Quickstep

Clopin clopant (Coquatrix) Slow foxtrot

There’ll be some changes made

(Overstreet; Henderson) Slow foxtrot

Enamorada (Lara) Rumba

Amazonas (Silvester; Wilson) SD Samba

On the little village green (DeRose) Slow foxtrot

Baby face (David; Akst) Quickstep

Long after tonight (Drake; Shirl; Polk) Waltz

You were meant for me (Freed; Brown) Quickstep

Almost like being in love (Loewe) Quickstep

Soriano (Silvester; Wilson) SD Tango

Songs my mother taught me

(Dvorak arr Silvester; Wilson) Waltz

lEw STONE & hiS baND

For the likes o’ you and me LA

Who cares? LA

If I had a talking picture of you LA

Down on jollity farm LA

Miss Wonderful LA

How am I to know? LA

You want lovin’ and I want love LA

Painting the clouds with sunshine LA

Tip-toe through the tulips with me LA

Little by little LA

I’ll be getting along LA

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vOluME 5 • lighTS OuT

The merry widow AK

When you grow up, little lady JF

Vilia

Dinner for one, please James SB

The call of the freaks

Dinner and dance

An amazon goes a-wooing

You never looked so beautiful BL

My shadow’s where

my sweetheart used to be RO’D

You BL

When did you leave Heaven? BY

Love made the song BY

Lights out RO’D

Lookie, lookie, lookie, here comes Cookie TW

My dance AK

AN JF JC

Cherokee

On the night of June the third TW

So close to the forest JF

Yes suh! JC

Haunting me AK

Seein’ is believin’ AK

AN TR3

Harmony Lane (Part 1):

Intro – Oh! Susannah; My old Kentucky home;

Camptown races; Massa’s in cold, cold ground

JF TR3 AN

Harmony Lane (Part 2):

Intro – Come where my love lies dreaming; Swanee

River; Old black Joe; Oh! Susannah

East of the sun JF

Recorded between 1934-38

Vocalists: TW Tiny Winters; AK Alan Kane; AN Alfie Noakes; JF Joe Ferrie; JC Joe Crossman; TR3 The Radio Three: Joy

Worth, Kay Cavendish, Ann Carring; SB Sam Browne; BL Brian Lawrance; BY Bert Yarlett; RO’D Ronnie O'Dell

kEEp TEMpO

Keep tempo (Stanley; Little) Quickstep

Have you seen Irene (Thorne) Slow foxtrot

Serenata (Braga arr Silvester; Wilson) Waltz

Green eyes (Mendendez) Rumba

Sambrero (Silvester; Wilson) SD Samba

You’re nobody (’til somebody loves you)

(Morgan; Stock; Cavanaugh) Quickstep

There goes that song again

(Cahn; Styne) Slow foxtrot

Tarragona (Silvester; Wilson) SD Tango

After a while (Silver) Slow foxtrot

Twelfth Street rag (Bowman) Quickstep

S’Wonderful (Gershwin) Quickstep

On a slow boat to China (Loesser) Slow foxtrot

One night of love (Schertzinger) Waltz

Recorded between 1934-51

Orchestras: Victor Silvester and His Ballroom Orchestra, except SD Victor Silvester’s Strings for Dancing

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rOy FOX & hiS OrchESTra

vOluME 5 • TiME ON My haNDS • FEaTuriNg al bOwlly

Memories of you AB

You’re lucky to me AB

Star dust

Wedding bells are ringing for Sally AB

A peach of a pair AB

Writing a letter to you AB

Them there eyes 3G

You’re the one I care for AB

Overnight AB

Time on my hands AB

I’m glad I waited AB

AB CH

Alma mia

Ten cents a dance BB

Recorded 1931

Vocalists: AB Al Bowlly, BB Betty Bolton, 3G The Three Ginx, CH chorus

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paul whiTEMaN & hiS OrchESTra

vOluME 3 • happy FEET • FEaTuriNg biNg crOSby

JF CG AY

Manhattan Mary from show “Manhattan Mary”

BC AR HB

It won’t be long now

Sensation stomp

Whiteman stomp

San

Oriental

Ma belle from show “The Three Musketeers” AY

JF CG AY BC AR

March of the musketeers

from show “The Three Musketeers”

I’m afraid of you BC

JF CG AR

Grieving from film “Two Lovers”

JF CG AY BC AR

My blue heaven

CG AY BC AR

My pet

JF CG AY BC AR

I’m wingin’ home

One more time AB

Thank your father AB

Betty co-ed AB

Would you like to take a walk? AB

Koppa-ka-banna AB

You didn’t have to tell me AB

Bubbling over with love AB

Laughing at the rain AB

Ya got love AB

My temptation AB

Fiesta AB

By my side AB

When you’re in love (with somebody else)

Lonely eyes WH

BC AR

Wistful and blue

JF CG AY BC AR

Sunshine

Back in your own back yard

In the park in Paree from film “A Bedtime Story” JV

Look what I’ve got from film “A Bedtime Story” PH

AR HB BC

Happy feet

BC AR HB BXS

A bench in the park

BC AR HB

I like to do things for you

BC CH

Song of the dawn

Ragamuffin Romeo JL

It happened in Monterey JF

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Jack hylTON & hiS OrchESTra

vOluME 7 • Digga Digga DOO

You can’t have my sugar for tea

JH HR CD’A

You came along

In the heart of the sunset SB

Tip-toe through the tulips with me

Painting the clouds with sunshine

Body and soul PO’M

Fancy you falling for me SB

SB +2

If you want the rainbow

The song I love SB

When summer is gone SB

Sweethearts on parade SB

Let me dream in your arms again SB

Digga digga doo JJ

SB JH +1

Deep night

Sitting at a table laid for two PO’M

SB JH +1

Roll away, clouds

Dreams of yesterday SB

SB JH +1

A precious little thing called love

Weary river SB

SB JH +1

That’s my weakness now

JH HR CD’A

Mississippi melody

High up on a hill-top SB

Looking at you SB

Considerin’ SB

What is this thing called love? SB

aMbrOSE & hiS OrchESTra

vOluME 11 • OuT OF NOwhErE

She didn’t say “yes” SB

Try to forget SB

It looks like love SB

It must be true SB

Little girl SB

Wrap your troubles in dreams SB

Thank you most sincerely SB

Out of nowhere SB

If they ever had an income tax on love

SB CC

The Queen was in the parlour

There’s happiness over the hill SB

Goodbye to all that SB

SB CC

(Yes Yes) My baby said “yes”

You call it madness, but I call it love SB

You’re blasé SB

Mona Lisa SB

SB PR

One more kiss and then goodnight

Dancing in the dark SB

Now’s the time to fall in love SB

In the jailhouse now SB

Sleep on SB

Trees SB

Leave the rest to nature SB

I found you SB

Recorded between 1930-32

Vocalists: SB Sam Browne, CC The Carlyle Cousins, PR Phyllis Robins

Recorded between 1926-33

Vocalists: JF Jack Fulton, CG Charles Gaylord, AY Austin Young, BC Bing Crosby, AR Al Rinker, HB Harry Barris,

WH Wilbur Hall, JV Jane Vance, PH Peggy Healy, BXS Brox Sisters, CH Chorus, JL Jeannie Lang

SB CC

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SB +2

SB JH JJ

Recorded between 1928-31

Vocalists:

JJ Jack Jackson, SB Sam Browne, JH Jack Hylton, PO’M Pat O’Malley, HR Hugo Rignold, CD’A Chappie d’Amato

Jack hylTON & hiS OrchESTra

Zing! Went the strings of my heart PO’M

My dance KT

Far away in shanty town PO’M

Olga Pulloffski, the beautiful spy

Watermelon fête SB

Down South SB

Tiger rag

Rose room

Eeny meeny miney mo PD

Solitude

Goodbye, little dream, goodbye BY

When a woman smiles BY

Red, white and blue GB

vOluME 8 • SwiNg iS iN ThE air

Swing is in the air AM

Moon or no moon TW

AM SW

Gangway

The umbrella man SB

That sly old gentleman

(from Featherbed Lane) PD

Sing a song of sunbeams BT

Ridin’ home (there’s a stray on his way) DD

Lords of the air BT

I’ll remember DE

Blue orchids DD

I hear a dream (come home again) BT

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lEw STONE & hiS baND

vOluME 6 • FarE ThEE wEll • FEaTuriNg al bOwlly

AB NG JF

The girl who thought ...*

Let’s all sing like the birdies sing* AB

TW AB JE NG

Little Nell*

A letter to my mother* AB

Three wishes* AB

Let me give my happiness to you* AB

AB P’OM

The bands that matter

Weep no more my baby AB

Gosh! I must be falling in love AB

In a shelter from a shower AB

Because it’s love AB

The beat of my heart AB

Fare thee well AB

I double dare you AB

You’re a sweetheart AB

Sweet Genevieve AB

In my little red book AB

I’m sorry, I didn’t say I’m sorry AB

I won’t tell a soul AB

Say goodnight to your old fashioned mother AB

RS NG AB

OK Decca – Part 2:*

The old man of the mountains; Just another dream of

you; Georgia on my mind; Happy-go-lucky you

GL EB FT

OK Decca – Part 1:*

Someday I’ll find you; My heart stood still; Song of

Recorded between 1932-39

songs; The younger generation

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Band billed as Lew Stone & His Band except *Lew Stone & the Monseigneur Band

Vocalists: AB Al Bowlly, NG Nat Gonella, JF Joe Ferrie, TW Tiny Winters, JE Jim Easton, PO’M Pat O’Malley,

FT GL Frank Titterton, Gertrude Lawrence

Soloist: RS Rudy Starita (xylophone), EB Edyth Baker (piano)

Recorded between 1935-39

Vocalists: PO’M Pat O’Malley, KT Ken Tucker, SB Sam Browne, PD Peggy Dell, BY Bert Yarlett, GB George Baker,

AM Alice Mann, TW Tom Wareing, BT Bruce Trent, DD Denny Dennis, DE Dolly Elsie, CH Chorus, SW The Swingtette

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ruDy vallEE & hiS cONNEcTicuT yaNkEES

vOluME 2 • i’M JuST a vagabOND lOvEr

I’m just a vagabond lover

That’s when I learned to love you

Kitty from Kansas City

If I had a girl like you

Perhaps

Everything’s in rhythm with my heart

Say the word and it’s yours

The gentleman obviously doesn’t believe

(in love)

Seein’ is believin’

Is it true what they say about Dixie?

P.S. – I love you

I don’t want to make history

Recorded between 1929-37

Vocalist: Rudy Vallee

Accompaniment: CG with Carroll Gibbons & the Savoy Hotel Orpheans

Jack buchaNaN

OcEaNS OF TiME • FEaTuriNg ElSiE raNDOlph

RN JB

Yes, Mr Brown

RN JB

Leave a little love for me

RN JB

Not bad

RN JB ER

Like Monday follows Sunday

G JB

One good tune deserves another

G JB

I think I can

RN JB

So green

RN JB

Oh! La! La!

JB ER

I’m in a dancing mood

JB ER

This’ll make you whistle

Without rhythm JB

There isn’t any limit to my love JB

Everything stops for tea JB

DS JB

Sweet so-and-so

PM JB BH

Who?

LHO JB ER

There’s always tomorrow

RN JB

You forgot your gloves

RN JB

Alone with my dreams

RN JB

Goodnight, Vienna

RN JB

Living in clover

RN JB ER

Oceans of time

RN JB ER

Who do you think you are?

RN JB

Weep no more, my baby

RN ER

The sun is round the corner

RN JB ER

Fancy our meeting

RN JB ER

Now that I’ve found you

Recorded between 1926-36

JB ES

From one minute to another

Vocalists: JB Jack Buchanan, BH Binnie Hale, ER Elsie Randolph, ES Ethel Stewart

With studio orchestra except DS Debroy Somers’ Band/Leonard Hornsey, PM Percival Mackey Orchestra,

LHO RN G London Hippodrome Orchestra/Harry Perritt, Ray Noble Orchestra, Geraldo & His Orchestra

When my ship comes in

An earful of music

Just an old banjo

Dancing in the moonlight

Orchids in the moonlight

Flying down to Rio

Old man Harlem

The shadow waltz

I’ve got to sing a torch song

Maybe I love you too much

The you and me that used to be CG

Goodnight my love CG

cDEa 6165


The Stately Homes of England (Coward)

from “Operette”

Where are the Songs we Sung? (Coward)

from “Operette”

London Pride (Coward)

Don’t Let’s Be Beastly to the Germans (Coward)

Mrs Worthington (Coward)

We Were So Young (Hammerstein; Kern)

from film “Sweet Adeline”

Dance, Little Lady (Coward)

from “This Year of Grace”

Mad Dogs and Englishmen (Coward)

from “Words and Music”

Let’s Say Goodbye (Coward) from “Words and Music”

We Were Dancing (Coward) from “Tonight at 8.30”

Parisian Pierrot (Coward) from “London Calling”

NOËl cOwarD

ThE arT OF NOËl cOwarD

Nina (Coward) from “Sigh No More”

cDvS 1961

Recorded between 1928-54

graciE FiElDS

hEy ThErE!, by rEQuEST & prEviOuSly uNpubliShED bONuS TrackS

hEy ThErE!

bONuS TrackS

ORIGINAL LP SKL 4522 (1963) STEREO

PREVIOUSLY UNPUBLISHED h2010 STEREO

A Certain Smile (Fain; Webster) April Love (Fain; Webster)

Isle of Capri (Kennedy; Grosz)

Three O’Clock in the Morning (Robledo; Terriss)

A Woman in Love (Loesser)

RS GM

by rEQuEST

ORIGINAL EP STO 8531 (1963) STEREO

Mistakes (Leslie; Nicholls)

The Last Mile Home (Kent; Farrar)

Wish Me Luck (Park; Parr-Davies)

If I Should Fall in Love Again (Popplewell)

RS

Wish You Were Here (Rome)

Three Coins in the Fountain (Styne; Cahn)

As Time Goes By (Hupfeld)

Somewhere (Bernstein; Sondheim) RS

Always You (Robin; Jason)

RS GM

Now is the Hour (Scott; Kaihau)

Whatever Will Be, Will Be (Evans; Livingston)

Small World (Styne; Sondheim) RS

Hey There (Adler; Ross)

I’ve Grown Accustomed to His Face

(Loewe; Lerner)

All at Once (Weill; I Gershwin)

Love is a Many Splendoured Thing

(Fain; Webster)

The Loveliest Night of the Year

RS GM

(adapt. Aaronson; Webster)

Accompaniment:

cDlF 8137

Directed by Bob Sharples except RS by Roland Shaw; GM with Chorus of Guardsmen of HM Forces

MaNTOvaNi

a SONg FOr chriSTMaS

a SONg FOr chriSTMaS

ORIGINAL LP SKL 4557 (1964) STEREO

Deck The Halls With Boughs Of Holly

(Trad arr Milner) SCS

Once In Royal David’s City

(Gauntlett; Alexander arr Milner) SCS

Jingle Bells (Pierpoint arr Shaw)

Matelot (Coward) from “Sigh No More”

Sigh No More (Coward) from “Sigh No More”

Josephine (Coward) from “Ace of Clubs”

Uncle Harry (Coward) from “Pacific 1860”

Sail Away (Coward) from “Ace of Clubs”

I Like America (Coward)

Why Does Love Get in the Way? (Coward)

Time and Again (Coward)

There are Bad Times

Just around the Corner (Coward)

A Room with a View (Coward)

from “Cochran’s 1928 Revue”

Someday I’ll Find You (Coward) from “Private Lives”

Poor Little Rich Girl (Coward)

from “Charlot’s Revue of 1926”

I’ll See You Again (Coward) from “Bitter Sweet”

STill availablE

Toy Waltz (Chaplin arr Shaw)

Christmas

The Holly and the Ivy (Trad arr Milner) SCS

O Thou That Tellest Good Tidings

from Handel’s “Messiah” (Handel arr Milner)

It Came Upon The Midnight Clear

(Willis; Sears arr Milner) SCS

The Twelve Days Of Christmas (Trad arr Shaw) SCS

While Shepherds Watched Their Flocks

(Trad arr Milner)

Christmas Bells (Mantovani)

Mary’s Boy Child (Hairston) SCS

I Saw Three Ships (Trad arr Milner) SCS

Accompaniment: SCS The Sammes Chorus & Singers

cDlF 8122

chriSTMaS wiTh

rONNiE alDrich

& hiS TwO piaNOS

cDlF 8126

chriSTMaS wiTh rONNiE alDrich

ORIGINAL LP PFS 4051 (1964) STEREO

ThE lONDON FESTival OrchESTra

White Christmas (Berlin)

Let It Snow, Let It Snow, Let It Snow

(Styne; Cahn)

Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas

(Martin; Blane)

Winter Wonderland (Bernard; Smith)

Silver Bells (Livingston; Evans)

Toyland (Herbert; MacDonough)

Sleigh Ride (Anderson)

The Christmas Song (Tormé; Wells)

I’ll Be Home For Christmas (Kent; Gannon; Ram)

By The Fireside (Noble; Campbell; Connelly)

Count Your Blessings (Temple; Morgan)

The Christmas Waltz (Styne; Cahn)

haNDEl

MESSiah

FaMOuS 1946 cOluMbia rEcOrDiNg

livErpOOl philharMONic OrchESTra

Malcolm Sargent (conductor)

huDDErSFiElD chOral SOciETy

Herbert Bardgett (chorus master)

Isobel Baillie (soprano)

Gladys Ripley (contralto)

James Johnston (tenor)

Norman Walker (bass)

Edward Cooper (organ)

Recorded at Huddersfield Town Hall,

12-17 July and 26 September 1946

2 cD SET • 2cDEa 5010

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cDSa 6800

cDSa 6807

STill availablE

JOhN wilSON & hiS OrchESTra

wiTh richarD rODNEy bENNETT • OrchESTral Jazz

John Wilson

Watch What Happens (Legrand arr Slaski; Wilson)

I'm in the Mood for Love (McHugh arr Wilson)

My Melancholy Baby

(Burnett; Norton arr R R Bennett)

All Alone (Berlin arr Richardson)

I Should Care

(Cahn; Weston; Stordahl arr Richardson)

But Not For Me (Gershwin arr Wilson)

Whistling in the Dark (Mancini arr R R Bennett)

Lush Life (Strayhorn arr R R Bennett)

ThE JOhN wilSON OrchESTra

Recorded: Henry Wood Hall, London, 15-16 July 2000

JOhN wilSON & hiS OrchESTra

SOFT lighTS aND SwEET MuSic

claSSic arraNgEMENTS by aNgEla MOrlEy

April in Paris (Duke; Harburg)

Soft Lights and Sweet Music (Berlin)

Smoke Gets in Your Eyes (Kern; Harbach)

Time on My Hands (Youmans; Adamson; Gordon)

A Nightingale Sang in Berkeley Square

(Sherwin; Maschwitz)

Ruby (Roemheld; Parish)

Snowfall (C & R Thornhill)

Where or When (Rodgers; Hart)

ThE JOhN wilSON OrchESTra

Recorded: Abbey Road Studio no.2, London, 24-25 July 2001

Emily (Mandel; Mercer)

Embraceable You (G & I Gershwin)

I Don't Know What Time it Was (Rodgers; Hart)

Lonely Town (Bernstein; Green; Comden)

The Bad and the Beautiful (Raksin; Langdon)

My Ship (Weill; I Gershwin)

Nobody Else But Me (Kern; Hammerstein)

With a Song in My Heart (Rodgers; Hart)

Go Fly a Kite (Burke; Monaco arr Richardson)

Then I'll Be Tired of You (Schwartz arr Wilson)

Miss Otis Regrets (Porter arr R R Bennett)

Love (Martin; Blane arr R R Bennett)

You Made Me Love You (McCarthy arr Wilson)

You Must Believe in Spring

(Legrand arr R R Bennett)

On the Sunny Side of the Street

(McHugh arr R R Bennett)

cDSa 6803

JOhN wilSON & hiS OrchESTra

ThE FilM & Tv MuSic OF aNgEla MOrlEy

Introduction and Waltz

from The Slipper And The Rose

Transformation Music and Wedding March

Theme from TV film Madame X

Theme from film When Eight Bells Toll

A Tender Mood

Theme from film The Looking Glass War

White Wing from TV series Hotel

ThE JOhN wilSON OrchESTra

Recorded: Abbey Road Studio no.2, London, 13-14 May 2003

JOhN wilSON & hiS OrchESTra

MOONlighT bEcOMES yOu

paul wESTON arraNgEMENTS

Moonlight Becomes You (Burke; Van Heusen) But Not For Me (G & I Gershwin)

You Turned The Tables On Me (Mitchell; Alter) At Sundown (Donaldson)

Time After Time (Cahn; Styne)

It’s The Talk Of The Town

This Can’t Be Love (Rodgers; Hart)

(Symes; Neiberg; Livingston)

Time On My Hands (Adamson; Gordon; Youmans) Poor Butterfly (Golden; Hubbell)

Keepin’ Out Of Mischief Now (Razaf; Waller) All Of Me (Simons; Marks)

Through (How Can You Say We’re Through?) Breezin’ Along With The Breeze

(McCarthy; Monaco)

(Gillespie; Simons; Whiting)

I’m Confessin’ (Neiberg; Daugherty; Reynolds) Sleepy Time Gal (Alden; Egan; Lorenzo; Whiting)

After I Say I’m Sorry (What Can I Say?) When Your Lover Has Gone (Swan)

(Donaldson; Lyman) It’s A Lovely Day Today (Berlin)

Judy (Carmichael; Lerner)

Just You, Just Me (Klages; Greer)

East Of The Sun (Bowman)

Memories Of You (Razaf; Blake)

You Go To My Head (Gillespie; Coots)

ThE JOhN wilSON OrchESTra

Recorded: Abbey Road Studio no.2, London, 14-16 May 2003

Snow Ride

Blues For Alexis from TV series Dynasty

Rotten Row

My Autumn Love

A Canadian In Mayfair

Music from film Watership Down:

Venturing Forth, Through The Woods, Kehaar’s

Theme, Final Struggle and Triumph

Captain Nemo and the Undersea City

cDSa 6808


cDSa 6812

EDWARD GERMAN

SyMphONy NO.1

JOhN wilSON

Symphony no.1 in E minor (1890)

Overture – The Tempter (1893)

Prelude – Romeo and Juliet (1895)

Hamlet – Symphonic Poem (1897)

The Willow Song (1922)

bbc cONcErT OrchESTra

John Wilson (conductor); Cynthia Fleming (leader)

Recorded: The Colosseum, Town Hall, Watford, 24-25 May 2005

cDlX 7202

John Wilson

Captain Horatio Hornblower RN

Symphony no.2 in B major (Ottawa)

Overture – The Frontiersmen

Goodwood Galop

Alcan Highway

Three Impression: High Street, In a Calm, Manhattan Playboy

Seventh Heaven

Playtime

Scherzo from Symphony no.1 in D Flat major – Moderato con Licenza

bbc cONcErT OrchESTra

John Wilson (conductor); Cynthia Fleming (leader)

Recorded: The Colosseum, Town Hall, Watford, 1-2 June 2006

JOhN wilSON & hiS OrchESTra

Medley: Nice Work If You Can Get It, The Best Things

In Life Are Free, Shall We Dance, A Fine Romance,

You’re The Cream In My Coffee (arr Pete Moore)

Medley: Just In Time, Get Out Of Town, I Thought

About You (arr Andrew Cottee)

Invitation (arr Andrew Cottee)

Medley: Easy To Love, S'Wonderful, Our Love Affair,

In The Middle Of A Kiss, Chicago (arr Colin Skinner)

The Boy Next Door (arr Andrew Cottee)

Lady In Red (arr Alan Roper)

Medley: The Shadow Of Your Smile, You Must

Believe In Spring, I’ll Close My Eyes

(arr Mark Nightingale)

DaNcE DaTE

STill availablE

ThE JOhN wilSON OrchESTra

Recorded: Abbey Road Studio no.2, London, 24-27 January 2005

cDlX 7156

EDWARD GERMAN

SyMphONy NO.2

JOhN wilSON

March Rhapsody on Original Themes (1897/1902)

Symphonic Suite in D minor (The ‘Leeds’ Suite) (1895)

First complete recording; Howard McGill (solo saxophone)

Symphony no.2 in A minor (The ‘Norwich’) (1893)

bbc cONcErT OrchESTra

John Wilson (conductor)

Recorded: The Colosseum, Town Hall, Watford, 26-27 June 2007

RobERt FARNoN

SyMphONy NO.2 & capTaiN hOraTiO hOrNblOwEr rN SuiTE

JOhN wilSON

Medley: Who’s Sorry Now, Whispering,

Three Little Words (arr Roland Shaw)

One Night Of Love (arr Andrew Cottee)

Blue Tango (arr Alan Roper)

Medley: The Carioca, Cherry Pink And Apple

Blossom White, April In Portugal, Mu Cha Cha, My

Heart Belongs to Daddy (arr Pete Moore)

I Only Have Eyes For You (arr Roland Shaw)

Medley: How About You?, I’ve Got My Love To Keep

Me Warm, Thou Swell (arr Andrew Cottee)

Mambo no.5 (arr Roland Shaw)

Medley: Hello Young Lovers, I Whistle A Happy Tune,

Shall We Dance? (arr Pete Moore)

cDlX 7173

Across three CDs, Vocalion presents six superb albums by one of the most famous artists ever to

have recorded for Decca – Engelbert Humperdinck. Not only is each album reissued in its entirety

and sourced from the original master tapes, but much of this music is making its first appearance

on CD. These recordings come from the early-mid 1970s part of Engelbert’s Decca years, which

saw this brilliant balladeer in fine form and concentrating on material by some of the era’s leading

songwriters. All of which makes these CDs excellent additions to the collections of Engelbert fans

or indeed anyone who appreciates good songs beautifully sung.

S e e i n s i d e f r o n t p a g e ( p a g e 2 ) f o r T O M J O N E S C D s

ENgElbErT huMpErDiNck

wE MaDE iT happEN & SwEEThEarT

wE MaDE iT happEN

ORIGINAL LP SKL 5054 (1970) STEREO

We Made It Happen (Anka)

My Cherie Amour (Wonder; Moy; Cosby)

Raindrops Keep Fallin’ On My Head

(Bacharach; David)

Love Me with All Your Heart

(C & M Rigual; Vaughn)

Words (B, R & M Gibb)

Something (Harrison)

Everybody’s Talkin’ (Neil)

Love for Love/Ciao, My Love

(Martini; Natili; Polizzi; Albula; Owen)

Just Say I Love Her (Val; Dale; Kalmanoff; Ward)

Wand’rin’ Star (Loewe; Lerner)

My Wife the Dancer (Mascari; Wenlaff)

Leaving on a Jet Plane (Denver)

My lOvE

ORIGINAL LP SKL 5181 (1974) STEREO

ENgElbErT huMpErDiNck

aNOThEr TiME, aNOThEr placE & iN TiME

aNOThEr TiME, aNOThEr placE

ORIGINAL LP SKL 5097 (1971) STEREO

Another Time, Another Place (Leander; Seago)

Help Me Make it Through the Night

(Kristofferson)

Our Love Will Rise Again (Russell)

Talk it Over in the Morning (Williams; Nichols)

There’s an Island (Meshel; Welch; Gilutin)

Revivin’ Old Emotions (Stephens)

Nashville Lady (Beland)

Morning (Graham)

Twenty Miles from Home (Williams; Nichols)

Days of Icy Fingers (Lambert; Potter)

I’m Holding Your Memory (Belew; Givens)

iN TiME

ORIGINAL LP SKL 5138 (1972) STEREO

Baby, I’m-a Want You (Gates)

Day after Day (Ham)

Too Beautiful to Last (Webster; Bennett)

(They Long to Be) Close to You

(Bacharach; David)

Without You (Ham; Evans)

Girl of Mine (Reed; Mason)

Time after Time (Dempsey)

In Time (Backy; Detto; Newell; King)

I’m Together Again (Weiss)

Life Goes On (Anka)

I Never Said Goodbye (Reed; Mason)

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cDSMl 8456

SwEEThEarT

ORIGINAL LP SKL 5078 (1971) STEREO

Sweetheart (B & M Gibb)

California Maiden (Sedgwick)

Woman in My Life (Macaulay; D’Abo)

I’ll Be Your Baby Tonight (Dylan)

Take Me for Now Love (Monda)

The First Time Ever I Saw Your Face (MacColl)

Santa Lija/Sogno D’Amore

(Bigazzi; Polito; Mason)

Live and Just Let Live (Frank; Anka)

For the Good Times (Kristofferson)

Put Your Hand in the Hand (MacLellan)

When There’s No You (Reed; Rae)

ENgElbErT huMpErDiNck

My lOvE & ENgElbErT – kiNg OF hEarTS

You are the Sunshine of My Life (Wonder)

And I Love You So (McLean)

Photograph (Harrison; Starkey)

Free as the Wind (Goldsmith; Shaper)

My Love (P & L McCartney)

Catch Me I’m Falling (Cotton; Lloyd; Kipner)

Killing Me Softly with His Song (Fox; Gimbel)

Show and Tell (Fuller)

Thankful for You (Stott)

Second Tuesday in December (Blanchard)

ENgElbErT - kiNg OF hEarTS

ORIGINAL LP SKL 5163 (1973) STEREO

My Summer Song (Stott)

I’m Stone in Love with You (Bell; Creed; Bell)

Do I Love You

(Pelay; Legovic; Dessca; Pirolot; Anka)

Somebody Waiting (Nichols; Williams)

The Most Beautiful Girl (Wilson; Sherrill; Bourke)

I’m Leaving You (Haddleston)

Will You Be Here

When I Wake Up in the Morning

Eternally (Chaplin; Parsons; Turner)

Only Your Love from film ‘The Valachi Papers’

(Ortolani; Rudge)

That’s What it’s All About (Scott; Dyer)

Songs We Sang Together (Macaulay)

cDSMl 8453

cDSMl 8459


cDlX 7242

ChRistophER WRiGht

EvOcaTiON – STriNg aND OrchESTral MuSic

Spring Overture for Orchestra (2007) GS Allegro con brio e ritmico

A Little Light Music – Suite for String Orchestra (2006) BW

Threnody for Orchestra (2002) GS Lacrimoso – Andante – Poco agitato – Lacrimoso

Searching for Cor Anglais & Strings (2006) GS Maxwell Spiers (cor anglais)

Idyll for Small Orchestra (2000) CW Andante sostenuto – Allegretto – Andante sostenuto

Divertimento for Treble Recorder & Strings (2008) CW Presto giocoso – Lento – Prestissimo ritmico

John Turner (treble recorder)

Capriccio Burlesque for String Orchestra (2003) BW Allegro vivace e ritmico – Grazioso e teneramente

– Tempo di primo

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shoWtiME

25 yEarS OF bbc cONcErT OrchESTra FavOuriTES

William Walton Crown Imperial

Various (Compiled and arr by Sidney Torch)

Les Petites Valses Parisiennes: Pigalle (Ulmer)

– Mon Coeur est pour toi (Silesu) – La Ronde (Straus) –

La Seine (Lafarge) – Domino (Ferrari) – Where is Your

Heart (Auric) – Sous les Ponts de Paris (Scotto)

Georges Bizet

Farandole from ‘L’Arlésienne Suite no.2’

Kenneth J Alford The Two Imps

Alasdair Malloy and Stephen Whibley (soloists)

Traditional (arr Robert Farnon)

A La Claire Fontaine

Ron Goodwin

Aces High from the film ‘Battle of Britain’

bbc cONcErT OrchESTra

Roderick Dunk (conductor)

Recorded: The Colosseum, Town Hall, Watford, 29-30 September 2009

World premiere recordings

rOyal ballET SiNFONia

BW Barry Wordsworth (conductor); GS Gavin Sutherland (conductor)

MaNchESTEr SiNFONia

CW Christopher Wright (conductor)

Recorded: Angel Studios, London, 15 March 2007 & 9 July 2007; St Thomas’ Church, Stockport, Greater

Manchester, 19 January 2009

Cole Porter (arr Stanley Black)

I Love Paris from the musical ‘Can-Can’

Miklós Rózsa (arr Roderick Dunk)

Main Titles & Love Theme from the film ‘Ben-Hur’

Richard Hayman ‘Pops’ Hoedown

Various (arr Gordon Langford)

Showtime Carousel: Carousel Waltz (Rodgers;

Hammerstein II) – Oliver (Bart) – Sunrise, Sunset

(Bock; Harnick) – Hello, Dolly! (Herman) – Goodbye,

Dolly Gray (Barnes; Cobb) – I’m a Brass Band

(Coleman; Fields) – How Are Things in Glocca Morra?

(Lane; Harburg) – Charlie Girl (Heneker; Taylor) –

People (Styne; Merrill) – Chitty Chitty Bang Bang

(Sherman; Sherman) – Tonight (Bernstein; Sondheim)

Eric Coates Calling All Workers

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ViCtoR hERbERt & ARthuR FootE

aMEricaN SErENaDES

Victor Herbert Serenade for Strings op.12 (1897) *

Arthur Foote

Serenade for Strings op.25 (1891) *

Philippe Honore (solo violin), Dietrich Bethge (solo cello)

Suite in E major op.63 (1907)

* World premiere recording of the complete work

lONDON OcTavE

Kypros Markou (conductor)

Recorded: St Paul’s Church, New Southgate, London, 23-24 July and 2 September 2008

EliNoR REMiCk WARREN

ThE lEgEND OF kiNg arThur

The Crystal Lake (1946) Lento – Piu allegro – Allegro

Scherzo (1924 orch. 1938) Allegretto *

The Fountain (1933 orch. 1938) Andante espressivo – Agitato – A tempo *

The Legend of King Arthur (1939)

(i) Intermezzo (Andante – Poco animato); (ii) Aria: King Arthur’s Farewell (1939 arr 1941) [text: Tennyson] * BBC

Roderick Williams (baritone)

Along the Western Shore (1941-47 orch. 1942-54)

Symphony in One Movement (1970)

Andante – Animato e marcato – Agitato – Andante molto tranquillo – Molto animato e marcato – Andante cantabile

Suite for Orchestra (1954)

* World premiere recording

rOyal ScOTTiSh NaTiONal OrchESTra

Ronald Corp (conductor)

BBC bbc cONcErT OrchESTra

Martin Yates (conductor)

Recorded: Henry Wood Hall, Glasgow, 4-5 August 2009; The Colosseum, Town Hall, Watford, 6 October 2009

cDlX 7235

vOcaliON lTD pO bOX 609 waTFOrD wD18 7ya ENglaND T: (01923) 803 001 F: (01923) 803 002

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