Basil_Kirchin-Primitive_London_(Soundtrack_By_Basil_Kirchin)-LP-2010-BCC картинка, оставленная пользователем

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Artist : Basil Kirchin
Title : Primitive London (Soundtrack By Basil Kirchin)
Genre : Soundtrack
Year : 2010
Date : 01/2011
Bitrate : VBR kbps
Tracks : 10
Label : Trunk Records
Source : Vinyl
Encoder : Lame 3.97
Length : 38:52 min
Size : 52,2 MB

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01.primitive london 1 02:38
02.primitive london 2 02:07
03.primitive london 3 02:49
04.primitive london 4 03:07
05.primitive london 5 01:17
06.primitive london 6 01:11
07.the freelance (abstract jazz 1) 04:07
08.the freelance (abstract jazz 2) 04:08
09.the freelance (abstract jazz 3) 09:51
10.the freelance (abstract jazz 4) 07:37
38:52 min

Shock horror, it's the legendary
underground sleaze-fest of a documentary
released in 1965. The long awaited Basil
Kirchin score to the the classic 1965
London mondo film known as Primitive
London is now here on both vinyl and CD.
The score is classic Kirchin, all
instant rhythms, peculiar melodies and
unexpected musical moments. And tracks
two and three on the score are identical
to Taxi Driver by Bernard Herrmann
(1977) which is all a bit spooky. The
score also comes with the music from the
1971 London thriller "The Freelance"
which no one seems to know anything
about except that it stars Ian McShane.
Both scores are unreleased until now.


Mike Sammes & The Mike Sammes Singers - Music For Biscuits (2006)

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Label:Trunk Records
Catalog#:JBH 019LP
Released:Sep 2006
Genre:Jazz, Rock
Style:Lo-Fi, Pop Rock, Swing


01. Ariel 0:43
02. TUC 0:30
03. Timex 0:46
04. Dulux Super 3 (Vocal) 2:05
05. First Lady 0:32
06. Pattons 0:29
07. Fairy 0:59
08. Heineken 0:29
09. Vespa 0:59
10. Southern Sound 1:34
11. Pink Marble Shield 3:16
12. Fine Fayre 0:30
13. Dulux Super 3 (Instrumental) 2:07
14. White Heather (1) 0:27
15. White Heather (2) 0:13
16. White Heather (3) 0:28
17. Go Gourmet 0:30
18. Chocolate Vienna 0:33
19. Toast Toppers 0:32
20. International Harvester (1) 1:14
21. Luxol (1) 0:28
22. Loxene 0:29
23. Michelle 0:15
24. Luxol (2) 0:28
25. Fonoy (Instrumental) 0:45
26. Golden Sovereign 1:23
27. Yardley's Pilot 1:01
28. International Harvester (2) 1:14
29. Sunblest 0:06
30. Just Like Swingles 3:17
31. Sweet Young Fumbles 3:03
32. Grass On The Pitch 1:10
33. Barefoot On The Rec 1:57
34. Blackhead Whitehead 0:33
35. A Little More Growing Up 2:04
36. Westminster Bank (1) 0:46
37. Westminster Bank (2) 3:50
38. TUC (2) 0:31
39. Top Shake 0:29
40. Unknown Instrumental (1) 1:00
41. Unknown Instrumental (2) 1:00
42. Unknown Instrumental (3) 1:19
43. Extra-Power Fairy Snow 1:01
44. Bright New World - Shield/Persil 2:43


Цитата: (LeFTaRM)
Залил несколько релизов/переизданий в одну папку.

Trunk Records @

Нечеловеческое спасибо!
Sven Libaek – Inner Space (The Lost Film Music Of Sven Libaek)

libaek's score for the australian tv show from the 70's. not to be confused w/ the similarly titled collection on trunk records, this here's the real deal & was prominently featured in that life aquatic flique. popularly considered the premier underwater themed slab by connoisseurs & cognoscenti alike.

Trunk Records
CD, Compilation
Oct 2006
Space-Age, Easy Listening, Swing
320 kbps


Это сообщение отредактировал RedLane - 14.04.11 в 8:42

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Artist : Jonny Trunk
Title : Study Series 06: Animation And Interpretation
Genre : Electronic
Year : 2011
Date : 04/2011
Bitrate : VBR kbps
Tracks : 02
Label : Ghostbox
Source : Vinyl
Encoder : Lame 3.98.4
Length : 07:12 min
Size : 10,9 MB

01.le train fantôme 03:17
02.cardboard boxford 03:55
07:12 min


Another tiny package of joy from the
proper on-form Ghost Box label, and this
time around we find Trunk boss Jonny
Trunk on the dials, eking the kind of
sounds you’d expect to have found in
1963 on early episodes of Doctor Who
from his jaw-dropping cache of samples.
You already know that when you get your
hands on anything from Trunk it’s gonna
be special, but the gritty rhythmic
pulse and discordant twang of ‘Le Train
Fantome’ is instantly up there with the
best the label have thrown out to date.
Blending the light-hearted electronic
experimentations of Delia Derbyshire
with a near concrete sense of sample-
laced weirdness that could place it
alongside the fabled GRM studios,
there’s not enough I can do to recommend
that you hear this one LOUD. Flip the
record over and we’ve got ‘Cardboard
Boxford’, a woozy pizzicato strings ‘n
rhythms cut that wouldn’t sound out of
place on a Moondog record. Seriously
good, seriously strange, seriously
limited. Don’t sleep on this one, will


Это сообщение отредактировал northern_soul - 17.04.11 в 8:33

Basil Kirchin — Particles

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Basil Kirchin — The Abominable Dr. Phibes OST


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Artist : Barry Gray
Title : Stand By For Adverts
Genre : Soundtrack / Easy Listening
Year : 2011
Date : 05/2011
Bitrate : VBR kbps
Tracks : 81
Label : Trunk Records
Source : CDDA
Encoder : Lame 3.98.4
Length : 57:27 min
Size : 81,6 MB


01.esso 01:12
02.boac - 2 minute colour commercial 01:55
(february 8th 1964)
03.short excerpt from _hoover keymatic 02:14
washing machine_ documentary score (24t
04.quaker banana mellows 00:41
(vocals_ the mike sammes singers)
05.quaker banana mellows with voiceover 00:31
(vocals_ the mike sammes singers)
06.booth's dry gin 01:03
07.phillips cycles - 1 minute colour 00:59
commercial (28th june 1961) brand milk 00:32
(vocals_ mike sammes singers, 4th june
09.african commercial bank 00:30
(vocals_ mike sammes singers, 4th june
10.advert for joan gray's shop, guernsey 00:33
11.further excerpt from _hoover 00:48
keymatic_ score (i)
12.further excerpt from _hoover 00:27
keymatic_ score (ii)
13.unreferenced short music track 00:34
14.ridgeways country house tea no 1, 00:16
voice and effects, version a (voice art
15.ridgeways country house tea no 1, 00:10
voice track (voice artist_ eric sykes)
16.ridgeways country house tea no 2, 00:14
voice track (voice artist_ eric sykes)
17.ridgeways country house tea, 00:40
wildtrack noises (voice artist_ eric sy
18.ogden's st julien tobacco 00:16
(voice artist_ stanley morgan, 9th dece
19.mansion polish - cinema commercial 00:30
(march 1959)
20.herald - local cinema commercial 00:18
21.bonvisi spaghetti - unused track 00:32
(vocals_ mike sammes quartet, 4th july & beauty salon - live action 00:18
local cinema commercial (28th june 1961
23.tide washing powder 00:19
24.tide washing powder 01:02
(16th november 1960)
25.respic (29th november 1959) 00:40 cars, music cue samples 02:12
27.aspro, _footballer_ (9th august 1961) 00:34
28.aspro (9th august 1961) 00:32
29.take aspro (9th august 1961) 00:34
30.lyons maid, fab neapolitan ice cream 01:38 00:19
(guitar_vocal_ terry walsh, 4th april 1
32.vehicle shop - local cinema commercial 00:17
33.klenitex waterproof coating 00:30
34.further excerpt from _hoover 00:38
keymatic_ score (iii)
35.further excerpt from _hoover 01:15
keymatic_ score (iv)
36.lanry household bleach 00:19
(vocal_ eula parker, 11th february 1963
37.sunsilk shampoo (29th may 1962) 00:34
38.sunsilk shampoo with voice over 00:34
(5th may 1962)
39.gillette (7th september 1959) 01:05
40.punjana tea (14th september 1959) 00:20
41.poppet washing up liquid 00:32
(vocals_ the mike sammes singers, 13th
42.mazda neeta bulb - mazda lamps 00:26
(vocal_ mike sammes quartet, 8th august
43.ovaltine, version a 00:58
44.thermogene - 1 minute cinema film 01:15
(4th september 1958
45.flash, version a 00:20
(voice artist_ david de keyser, 7th sep
46.flash, version b 00:18
(voice artist_ david de keyser, 7th sep
47.tango drink 02:22
(vocal_ dave carey and unknown)
48.horlicks _circus_ (29th april 1961) 01:08
49.horlicks _farmyard_ (29th april 1961) 00:47
50.johnston, mooney and o'brien bread - 00:15
pilot for a local cinema commercial (vo
51.shoe repairs - local cinema 00:17
commercial (24th november 1958)
52.elastoplast (28th january 1960) 00:32
53.unreferenced comedic music track 00:33
54.scooters - local cinema commercial, 00:20
backing track (29th february 1960)
55.poor pablo - a children's animation 00:27
short (28th february 1961)
56.coopers no 2 00:29
57.ekco radio and television 00:32
(6th july 1964)
58.leeside cakes _favourite six in a 00:18
box_ - local cinema commercial (vocal_
59.scrap iron - local cinema commercial 00:17
60.scooters - local cinema commercial 00:18
(vocals_ john & sylvia, 23rd march 1960
61.hearts delight, version 1 - local 00:18
cinema commercial maintenance brigade - local 00:15
cinema commercial (vocal_ mike sammes &
63.supermarket - local cinema commercial 00:17
64.employment bureau - local cinema 00:24
65.royal (4th november 1962) 00:20
66.heart's delight, version 2 - local 00:35
cinema commercial
67.schweppes _cowboy_ - 30 second cinema 00:57
commercial (3rd june 1961)
68.unreferenced music track (i) 00:34
69.unreferenced music track (ii) 01:38
70.unreferenced music track (iii) 00:36
71.horlicks _school master_ 01:05
(29th april 1961)
72.unreferenced music track (iv) 00:29
73.textiles - local cinema commercial 00:24
74.barlova - malted milk drink 00:35
(vocals_ the mike sammes singers, 2nd f
75.jazz track written for shell 1 01:02
76.jazz track written for shell 2 00:43
77.jazz track written for shell 3 02:20
78.mentholatum - test track 01:03
(vocal_ barry gray)
79.spick supermarket - local cinema 00:24
80.super shell and ica 01:04
(vocals_ the mike sammes singers, 2nd m
81.moreno. promotional song for george 01:25
moreno film productions (vocal_ barry g
57:27 min

An unusual email popped into by inbox in
2009. It was from Ralph Titterton, one
of the big guns involved with the Barry
Gray Archive. HeТd heard Music For
Biscuits, and wanted to see if IТd be up
for a Barry Gray version. You see Ralph
had got hundreds of Barry Gray reels and
tapes with masses of his advertising
jingles and jazz on them. After two
years of work, research and a little bit
of messing about with artwork, this
release is the result.

There are over 80 cues on the CD (less
on the vinyl) and all date from between
1959 and 1965. Products range from the
new space-age Hoover Keymatic, for which
Gray provided an electronic score, to
hooky jingles for new banana cereals.
There is a sense of innocence, urgency,
madness and fun across the whole album.
Among the vocal talents on show are the
Mike Sammes Singers, Eric Sykes and even
Barry Gray shows off his vocal chords
every now and again.

The CD comes with a 16 page booklet, and
hereТs a little more info on the
tracklisting, the products theyТre
raving about and a biog of the great
Gray man.

THE BRANDS (A - Z listing):

Note: Regretfully it has not been
possible to list all the companies and
brands that have commercials on this CD.
For as many famous brands that remain
well known to all, there are also small
local companies and brands that have
long since disappeared and with them
each individual story behind their
commercial with Barry Gray. The
producers welcome any additional
information listeners to this CD may be
able to provide.

African Commercial Bank. Better known as
the Commercial Bank of Africa Ltd (CBA),
is the largest privately owned Kenyan
bank, whose primary focus is Corporate
and Institutional banking.

Aspro and Take Aspro. Aspro is a well
known brand name for one of the most
common pain killers on the market,

Barlova. Malted Milk powder. A drink
wholesome and appetising, made and
packed in Great Britain by Barlova
Limited, Hyde, Manchester, the УDairy
CountyФ apparently. Sounds yummy.

Blue Cars Melody. In 1960 Gerry Anderson
produced three commercials for the
Travel Agent УBlue CarsФ. This melody of
themes may have been put together to
allow a music selection to be made.
Certainly they were not used for one of
the three commercials, УMartiansФ,
however the remaining two, "Germans" and
"Gambler" have yet to have been seen by
this writer. All three commercials
featured actors Nicholas Parsons and
Denise Bryer, and two won awards at the
first Television Mail Commercials Awards
in the spring of 1961.

B.O.A.C. The British Overseas Airways
Corporation was the British state
airline from 1939 until 1946 and the
long-haul British state airline from
1946 to 1974. The company started life
with a merger between Imperial Airways
Ltd. and British Airways Ltd Following a
1971 Act of Parliament; BOAC was merged
in 1974 with British European Airways
Corporation (BEA) to form British
Airways, whose logo was never as cool as
the original B.O.A.C. one.

Booths Dry Gin. Booth's Gin is a famous
brand of dry gin, founded by the Booth
family around 1740. All the distinctive
bottles and merchandise have a reference
to the Red Lion distillery where the
drink was produced. Felix Booth launched
his gin in 1790 and the original recipe
was used until production stopped around
2006. Famously Booths Dry Gin was
advertised on the giant neon signs at
Piccadilly Circus throughout the 1960s.

Coopers No 2. Coopers No 2 is a colour
enhancer used as part of the process of
home brewing beer.

Ekco Radio and Television. EKCO from
Eric Kirkham Cole Limited, was a British
electronics company producing radio and
television sets from 1924 through to
1973, when the company was absorbed into
a conglomerate and its products

Elastoplast. Elastoplast is a trademark
name of a brand of sticking plaster
(bandage) or medical dressing made by
Smith & Nephew, and later Beiersdorf
when the UK and Commonwealth rights were
purchased in 1992. The name has become a
genericized trademark for "sticking
plaster" in some Commonwealth countries
including Great Britain. Some even have
things like Snoopy on them nowadays.

Esso. Esso is an international trade
name for ExxonMobil and its related
companies. Pronounced ("S-O"), it is
derived from the initials of the pre-
1911 Standard Oil, and as such became
the focus of much litigation and
regulatory restriction in the United
States. In 1973, it was largely replaced
in the U.S. by the Exxon brand, while
Esso remained widely used elsewhere. In
most of the world, the Esso brand and
the Mobil brand are the primary brand
names of ExxonMobil, with the Exxon
brand name still in use only in the
United States alongside Mobil.

Farm Brand Milk. Condensed Milk, which
could be purchased in a tin. Yummy. And
even more yummy if you boil it for three
hours and turn it into toffee.

Flash. Flash was first introduced in the
UK as Flash Powder in 1958. Its claim is
that it is the ultimate cleaner for the
home, from dusting, to mopping to soap
scum - Flash has got it covered! It is
manufactured by Procter & Gamble.

Gillette. The original Gillette Company
was founded in 1895 as a safety razor
manufacturer. It continued to trade
until 2005 when the brand was purchased
by Procter & Gamble who merged the
company into their own. I tend to use
King Of Shaves these days.

HeartТs Delight. Home baking flour.
Wholemeal and wheatmeal are still
available in the Republic of Ireland.

Hoover Keymatic Washing Machine
Documentary. The first electric washing
machine was introduced in 1908 by the
American Alva J Fisher. However, these
machines did not become widely used
until 1947-1950. The Keymatic,
introduced in 1963 was one of the new
type of automatic washing machines which
incorporated full wash, rinsing and spin
cycles and was extremely successful. The
Hoover 'Keymatic' featured a novel means
of programming the machine by using a
selection of 'key-cards' to select the
wash programme. Quite space age but also
a bit crap.

Horlicks. Horlicks is the name of a
company and of a malted milk hot drink,
which is claimed to promote sleep when
consumed at bedtime. There is, however,
no evidence that malted milk directly
promotes sleep, merely staves off hunger
pangs that may disturb sleep. It is
manufactured by GlaxoSmithKline in the
United Kingdom, India and Jamaica.

Johnston, Mooney and OТBrien bread.
Founded in 1835, this Irish owned
company has been synonymous with the
best in baking tasty breads for more
than 171 years. Today in every corner of
the country Johnston Mooney & O'Brien is
trusted for freshness, taste, quality
and service. The company operates from
two bakeries in Ireland, one is a
dedicated bun and morning goods bakery
and the other is a dedicated bread
bakery, both plants are based on the
north side of Dublin.

Kenitex Waterproof Coating. Kenitex is
a textured formulation paint
manufactured under license from Kenitex
Chemicals AG, Switzerland. Kenitex is a
unique coating both textured and smooth,
developed specifically for the
protection of a decoration of most
exterior surfaces. I wish the bloke who
did the front of my house had used it,
then all the paint might not have washed

Lanry Household Bleach. Made in Nelson,
by Allan and Harry Brown. The bottles
were much favoured by distillers of
illicit spirits as the liquid was the
same colour and the bottles very similar
to whisky bottles.

LyonТs Maid Neapolitan Ice Cream. Ice-
cream, or more precisely a derivative of
it, is not a modern food but appears to
have been available in Europe since the
sixteenth or seventeenth centuries. It
first appeared in the United Kingdom in
about 1686. J. Lyons and Co started to
make ice-cream in 1894, and Lyons Maid
was a brand of ice-creams and ice-
lollies created in 1925 as a spin-off
organisation. The company traded very
successfully until it was brought up and
absorbed by Nestle in 1992. Neopoiltan
is the one made up of chocolate,
strawberry and vanilla strips, all
together. Smashing.

Mansion Polish. Mansion Polish was a
very successful product, launched back
in 1912 by the Chiswick Polish Company,
originally the Chiswick Soap Company,
formed around the dawn of the 20th
Century. Along with the product itself,
it has spawned a lot of advertising
paraphernalia that appears to be well
sort after. Why? IТve got no idea at

Mazda Neeta Bulb. Mazda was a
trademarked name used by the American
company General Electric, and others,
for incandescent light bulbs from 1909
through 1945. Mazda brand light bulbs
were made for decades after 1945 outside
the USA. The company chose the name due
to its association with (Ahura) Mazda,
the transcendental and universal God of
Zoroastrianism whose name means "[Wise]
Lord" in the Avestan language.

Mentholatum. The Mentholatum Company,
Inc. was founded in 1889 in Wichita,
Texas, by Mr Albert Alexander Hyde (and
associates) to produce medicines. After
4 years of research, they successfully
developed "MENTHOLATUM Ointment" which
had the properties of relieving pain,
easing itch, curing cold and soothing
insect bites, and was widely recommended
by doctors & medical outlets. It
instantly became an indispensable
medicine of high reputation throughout
the U.S at that time. The name of
"MENTHOLATUM" is a combination of
supported church missionaries to work
overseas by donating Mentholatum
Ointment. This is how the product gained
entrance worldwide. I wonder if it would
do anything for my constantly itching

OgdenТs St Julien Tobacco. OgdenТs was
created by Thomas Ogden, who started the
business in 1860 when he opened a small
retail shop in Liverpool. In a short
time he had established several branches
in the city and within six years had his
own factory. In 1870 additional premises
were acquired and within just 20 years
Ogden's had six factories and stores in
Liverpool. After a brief ownership by
the American Tobacco Company, Ogden's
became a branch of Imperial Tobacco in
1902. By 1962 OgdenТs had stopped making
cigarettes and concentrated on pipe
tobaccos, of which St Julien was one.
And of course Nut Gone Flake is even
more famous, for other musical

Ovaltine. If you thought Ovaltine was a
bedtime drink then think again! Although
the products are largely unchanged from
their original recipes and formats, how
we consume and think of Ovaltine today
in the UK is vastly different from how
it all began. Since its humble
beginnings in a Swiss laboratory,
millions of families all over the world
have grown up with it. Far from being a
bedtime drink, it was originally
developed as a nourishing food beverage
for children. It was based on the
vitamin-rich properties of malt extract
and combined with milk, eggs and cocoa
it quickly became recognised as an ideal
combination of essentials nutrients in a
delicious and satisfying warm drink.
However I have never been a fan. I think
itТs the skin that forms on the top I
donТt like.

Phillips Cycles. Phillips Cycles Ltd was
a British bicycle manufacturer based in
Smethwick near Birmingham, England. Its
history began early in the 20th century
and ended in the 1980s by which time it
had become part of Raleigh Industries,
itself a part of the Tube Investments
group. For a number of years, the
company was the second-largest bicycle
producer in Britain, after Raleigh. The
company motto, which was carried on all
its badges, was "Renowned the World
Over". The "Phillips" brand is still
used around the world, especially in
China and the Far East, having been
licensed by Raleigh.

Poor Pablo. A childrenТs animation
short, not a commercial, however itТs
ended up here anyway because we thought
it fitted in.

Punjana Tea. A century ago, Punjana
Limited, the tea importer and blender,
was beginning its life near the
docklands in Belfast. A partner in the
company, James Thompson, when passing
the Gillespie statue in Comber Square,
Comber, Co. Down, Northern Ireland
noticed an inscription relating to the
"Punjab". He thought that this would be
a good basis for a brand name, as India
was considered the home of good quality
tea. His wife Lillias came up with the
name Ц Punjana. Punjana was the first
local brand to be advertised on Ulster
Television, going on air on the first
night (31st October 1959) of commercial
broadcasting in Ulster.

Rennies. Another very well known
medicine brand, Rennies, contain an
antacid formulation to effectively
relieve indigestion by neutralising
excess acid in the stomach. Apparently
you can get chewy ones now, and even
ones in funny flavours like strawberry.

Ridgeways Country House Tea. Established
in 1836, Ridgeways is a high quality
tea, created by supplying some of the
finest organically grown teas from all
over the world. ItТs Ridgeways' superb
blend of select African, Indian and
Ceylon teas that make it taste so good.

Shell. Royal Dutch Shell plc, commonly
known simply as Shell, is a
multinational petroleum company of Dutch
and British origins. One of the six
УsupermajorФ non state-owned energy
companies, Shell was listed as the
world's largest corporation for 2009 and
operates in 140 countries. You are
probably aware of its more recent
interesting historyЕ

Derek writes: I recently found this
Shell ephemera from 1964 (opens in a new

Schweppes. Founded in 1783 by a German-
born Swiss jeweller and amateur
scientist named Jacob Schweppe, who
discovered a way of producing carbonated
water on a commercial scale. The
'Schweppes' brand arrived in Britain in
1792, with the opening of the first
factory on Drury Lane, London. Their
tonic is fabulous with gin if you ask
me, but only buy the little cans if you
are not going to drink the whole big
bottle in one night, otherwise it goes
flat and I do hate waste.

Sunsilk Shampoo. Sunsilk is a hair care
brand, primarily aimed at women,
produced by the Unilever group. ItТs
their leading hair care brand, and ranks
as one of the Anglo-Dutch conglomerate's
Уbillion dollar brands". Sunsilk is sold
in 69 countries worldwide. ThatТs a lot
of hair.

Supershell and ICA. According to a press
advert from 1958, cars run better on
Supershell, beause its got ICA! Which is
Ignition Control Additive apparently.
Sounds like a load of old rot to me.

Tango Drink. Tango was launched by
Corona Soft Drinks in 1950,
differentiated from regular Corona by
the addition of real fruit. In 1958 the
Beecham Group acquired Corona and in
1987 Britvic Soft Drinks acquired
BeechamТs Soft Drinks interests, which
included Tango as well as Idris and

Thermogene. Thermogene Medicated
Wadding, produced by Beecham
Pharmaceuticals is a product impregnated
with capsicum oleoresin and methyl
salicylate. A square put on your chest
before your vest was supposed to ease
your rheumatism, neuralgia, bronchitis,
lumbago, sciatica, chest colds, etc.

Tide. Tide Powder is a well known
clothes washing product that gets to the
bottom of dirt and stains to help keep
your whites white and your colours
bright. For great stain removal in any
temperature, Tide is formulated to
quickly start dissolving Ш even in cold
water. Introduced into the UK in 1946.
And IТm loving that УBottom Of DirtФ


Born to musical parents in 1908, Barry
GrayТs early years were spent between
Blackburn and Blackpool.

He moved to London in the late 1920Тs to
join publishers Feldman & Co. This
company published GrayТs earliest known
work УSomeone Else Took You Out of My
Arms (but they canТt take you out of my
heart)Ф written in 1932. In 1938 Gray
became staff arranger-pianist for Radio
NormandyТs English studio in Hallam
Street, London. He remained until the
stationТs last broadcast on 7th
September 1939, the day before the
declaration of war.

Barry was called up on 10th September
1940 and found himself in the RAF. He
quickly put his musical skills to good
use, becoming the conductor of the camp
dance band. Undeterred by war, Gray
organized a show on the troop ship
taking him to Burma and continued to
submit to ChappellТs throughout his
service. Gray was demobbed from RAF in
1946, having reached the rank of Pilot

By 1949 Gray had joined Vera Lynn as her
accompanist-arranger. The two enjoyed a
10 year relationship that included all
VeraТs Decca recordings, shows and an
extensive tour of Europe. It was whilst
working with Vera that BarryТs first
known commercials were recorded. In his
meticulously kept session book for April
1957 to April 1958, the first page
details the April 11th session for
TrumanТs Light Ale; 10 hours, total cost
г70 and 5 pennies. As with many of the
commercials Gray provided the music for,
this Truman advert was an animated short
produced by George Moreno Productions.
Between this date and 30th January 1969
GrayТs note books list over 180 sessions
for more than 200 individual
commercials, with many more are listed
on tape boxes.

It was through Vera Lynn that Gray made
his most important, and career defining
contact, Gerry Anderson. Gray knew
Roberta Leigh through their mutual
association with Lynn. When Leigh took
the outline for her television series,
УThe Adventures of TwizzlФ, to Anderson
and his AP Films partner Arthur Provis,
she stipulated that Gray be appointed as
musical director. However, Leigh did not
want Gray to compose the music for the
series. A friend had hummed tunes into a
tape recorder and Leigh wanted Gray to
arrange, orchestrate and record these
for the show. The same humming / tape
recording arrangement was employed on
the next show, Torchy the Battery Boy
(1958), but Gray stuck with it. His
dedication paid off as the next
production from the Anderson stable was
УFour Feather FallsФ. GrayТs involvement
with this series went much further than
the music. He developed the format for
the western series, originally titled
УThe Magical Town of Four Feather FallsФ
and wrote the script for the initial
episode. The concept was bought by APF,
and with the series re-titled, it was
sold to Granada Television in 1958 and
reached the screen in 1960.

The relationship continued with
Crossroads to Crime (1960) all the way
through to Space: 1999 season one (1973
-1974). For personal reasons, Gray
declined the invitation to compose the
music for the second season of Space:
1999 and he was replaced by Derek
Wadsworth. Although Gray was AndersonТs
first choice to produce the music for
Terrahawks in 1982, it was not to be and
he was replaced by Richard Harvey.
Sadly, Space: 1999 season one proved to
be GrayТs last composition for film or
television series.

During 1970, the Gray family moved from
their home in Esher, Surrey to Guernsey.
From 1977 Barry was the resident pianist
at the Old Government House Hotel on
Guernsey, entertaining the hotel
residents during dinner.

In 1979, Gray was invited to compose a
fanfare for the opening of the
УFilmharmonic С79Ф concert, at the Royal
Albert Hall, and to arrange a twelve-
minute orchestral suite of his film and
television compositions. This was a
great success and Gray was invited to
compose the Royal Fanfare, for the
entrance of Her Majesty The Queen and
Prince Philip, and arrangements of
УGreat Songs United Artists StyleФ for
the 1980 Royal Film Performance. The
following year Gray was approached
again, composing and arranging themes
for the stage show section of the 1981

Barry Gray died suddenly in hospital in
Guernsey on April 26th, 1984. Gray is
rightly famous for giving the world some
of the most spirited, descriptive and
undeniably cool music for TV. But his
legacy is so much bigger than the just
these shows. This CD gives new life to
another branch of the work of this great
British composer and delightful man.


The Clangers OST

Vernon Elliot

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Bollywood Funk Experience

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Year Of Release: 2010
Label: Nascente
Genre: Funk, Soul, World, International, Indian
320 kbps

2010 release compiled by Jonny Trunk the man behind Trunk Records, one of the world's most celebrated soundtrack reissue labels and Joel Martin half of respected Balearic-Disco outfit Quiet Village. Bollywood Funk Experience presents some of the funkiest, quirkiest and grooviest tunes to have ever come out of Mumbai. This is more than your average crash-bang-wallop Bollywood release though! Jonny and Joel have dug deep in their collections to show the breadth and depth of Bollywood music. 15 tracks. Nascente.

1. SD Burman – Dance Music (Jewel Thief, 1967)
2. Kishore Kumar & Asha Bhosle – Typewriter Tip Tip Tip (Bombay Talkie, 1970)
3. Laxmikant Pyarelal – Soul Of Bobby (excerpt) (Bobby, 1973)
4. Chic Chocolate – Contessa (Akhri Khat, 1966)
5. Asha Bholse & Mahendra Kapoor – Twinkle Twinkle Little Star
(Purab Aur Pachhim, 1970)
6. RD Burman – Unknown Incidental Music (Teesri Manzil, 1966)
7. Asha Bhosle & Kishore Kumar – Lekar Ham Diwana Dil
(Yaadon Ki Baaraat, 1973)
8. Kalyanji Anandi – African Dance (Aamne Saamine, 1967)
9. Charanjit Singh – Chhailla Babu (Chhailla Babu, 1978)
10. RD Burman – Dance Music (Chandi Sona, 1976)
11. Salma Agha – Come Closer (Kasam Paida Karne Wale Ki, 1984)
12. Laxmikant Pyarelal – Theme Music (Karz, 1980)
13. RD Burman – Dance Music (Mukti, 1976)
14. RD Burman – Music (Aandhi, 1975)
15. Anuradha Paudwal – Mainne Kaun Koi Kya Jane (Cricketer, 1983)


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VA - The Super Sounds Of Bosworth (1996)
VA - The Battle Of Bosworth (1998)
Vernon Elliot - The Clangers (2001)
SOUP001 -
John Cameron - Kes (2001)
KES001 -
Basil Kirchin - Quantum (2003)
JBH003 -
Basil Kirchin - Charcoal Sketches & States Of Mind (2004)
JBH005 -
Jonny Trunk - The Inside Outside (2004)
JBH008 -
Barry Gray - UFO (2004)
JBH010 -
VA - Dawn Of The Dead (2004)
JBH011 -
Basil Kirchin - Abstractions Of The Industrial North (2005)
JBH012 -
Desmond Leslie - Music Of The Future (2005)
JBH014 -
VA - The Tomorrow People (2006)
JBH017 -
VA - Fuzzy Felt Folk (2006)
JBH018 -
Mike Sammes - Music For Biscuits (2006)
JBH019 -
Sven Libaek - Inner Space (2006)
JBH020 -

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Basil Kirchin - Particles (2007)
JBH021 -
Michael Garrick Trio - Moonscape (2007)
JBH022 -
Marc Wilkinson - Blood On Satan's Claw (2007)
JBH023 -
VA - Now We Are Ten (2007)
JBH024 -
VA - Hear, O Israel (2007)
JBH025 -
The Vernon Elliott Ensemble -
Ivor The Engine & Pogles Wood (2007)

JBH027 -
John Baker - The John Baker Tapes Vol. 1 (2008)
JBH028 -
John Baker - The John Baker Tapes Vol. 2 (2008)
JBH029 -
VA - G-Spots (2009)
JBH032 -
Jonny Trunk - Scrap Book (2009)
JBH033 -
Edward Williams - Life On Earth (2009)
JBH034 -
Tristram Cary - It's Time For Tristram Cary (2010)
JBH035 -
Kenny Graham - Moondog And Suncat Suites (2010)
JBH036 -
Leona Anderson - Music To Suffer By (2010)
JBH037 -
Basil Kirchin - Primitive London (2010)
JBH038 -

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