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Prelude & Deodato 2

Ray Davies

Themes from The Exorcist, The French Connection, The Sting and other great films & Flashpoint

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Hiroshima & Odori

The Main Ingredient

Euphrates River

 

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The latest CD releases from Dutton.

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The latest CD releases from Vocalion.

Epoch - Modern classic
The Dutton label's series of world-class modern digital recordings focusing on the music of 20th Century British classical composers. Bax, Arnell, Elgar, York Bowen et al.
The Dutton label's series of world-class modern digital recordings by leading figures in British classical music. John McCabe, Ingrid Jacoby, Barbican Piano Trio, Dante Qt. et al.
Historically important classical music recordings of the 1920's - '50s including orchestral music, string quartets, lieder and much more. Sir Thomas Beecham, Emil Sauer, The Busch Quartet, Sir John Barbirolli et al.
The historically important recordings of some of the world's best-loved opera and lieder singers. Emmy Bettendorf, Heinrich Schlusnus, Alfred Piccaver, Helge Roswaenge et al.
World-class modern digital recordings featuring the talents of one of Britain's leading light music/big band conductors and arrangers.
Vocalion's series of world-class modern digital recordings featuring the talents of some of Britain's finest conductors/arrangers, singers and instrumentalists. John Wilson and His Orchestra, The Best of British Jazz, Don Lusher, Gary Williams, Lance Ellington et al.
Jazz, Blues & Soul

Small group jazz of the 1950s through to progressive British jazz-rock/blues-rock of the late '60s and '70s. Tony Kinsey, Mike Gibbs, Michael Garrick, Johnny Almond et al.

“Vocalion have come through with a diverse and enlightening selection of British Jazz albums from the Decca and Deram archives….This exceptional series is made even more revealing thanks to the respectful mastering of engineer Mike Dutton….With Michael Garrick’s Black Marigolds and a stack of other British jazz rarities also getting their first CD release, this is an essential series from Vocalion.”
Andy Thomas, Straight No Chaser Magazine, Winter 2005

“He (Mike Dutton) has done an incredibly good technical job using analogue equipment….It's very important to get the right sound and by using this old gear Mike has respected the original recordings.”
Michael Garrick, Straight No Chaser Magazine, Winter 2005

Dance Bands
The 1930s and '40s recordings of Britain's finest dance bands, a golden era led by luminaries such as Ambrose, Geraldo, Carroll Gibbons, Ray Noble, Mantovani and many more.
The recordings of legendary bandleaders including Ted Heath, Basil and Ivor Kirchin, Glen Miller, The Squadronaires and Woody Herman to name but a few.
The timeless sounds of artistes including Caterina Valente, Kathy Kirby, Denis Lotis, Margaret Whiting, Joan Regan and many more.
Film, theatre and Library music.
British Rock 'n' roll from the 1950s. Lord Rockingham, Jack Good, Bob Cort Skiffle et al.
Books and DVDs.
Order a print copy of a catalogues
Available for download and preview on iTunes.
 

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