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Basil Kirchin Primitive London
From 1965, the first UK 'mondo' style documentary, with Kirchin scoring the sleazy underbelly of the Capital’s days and nights. From births to deaths via strippers, chicken factories and wife swapping parties.



Life On Earth Music From The 1979 BBC TV Series
Edward Williams' 'plaintive John Cameron / Basil Kirchin-esque' chamber music for the great David Attenborough series.



Carl Orff And Gunild Keetman Music For Children
1950s children's recordings: glockenspiels, wine-glasses, cello, bells, cymbals; stamping, clapping, percussion. Nursery rhymes turned sound-exercises and roundels. Captivating, darkly nostalgic, beautiful.



Psychomania Music By John Cameron
From a Britflick about Satanism and zombie bikers; with Harold McNair and Norma Winstone. 'If Kes was the best film I ever wrote music for, this was the most bizarre. Jazz musicians playing pre-punk trash-rock.'



Palmer Rockey Rockey's Style
Intriguing, Lynchian songs from his own vanished, utterly disastrous film about demonic evil, re-cycled during the 1970s as It Happened One Weekend, Rockey’s Style, Scarlet Love, Scarlet Warning 666, etc.



The Seasons
Radiophonic music by David Cain, with poetry by Ronald Duncan, made in 1969 for children’s education and improvised dance, by the BBC Drama Workshop. Weird, spooky, British. A hauntological cult classic, natch.



Studio G The Spacey Folk Electro-Horror Sounds Of The Studio G Library
First retrospective of John Gale's library music label (run for two decades from the late sixties on), featuring various startling cues, and some brilliant excerpts from the original Electronic Age LP.



The Mike Sammes Singers Hymns A'Swinging
Fully entertaining, radical rearrangements of hymns so familiar they're part of the collective unconscious — on this celebrated (and pirated), carboot, funky, easy, British jazz ringer, featuring Tubby Hayes.



The Tomorrow People Original Television Music
Previously unreleased electronic music spun out of the Radiophonic Workshop by Delia Derbyshire, Dudley Simpson, Brian Hodgson and David Vorhaus; and caned by the Thames TV children's series between 1973 and 1979.



The Vernon Elliott Ensemble Clangers
Vernon Elliot's magical music from the two television series.




Jonny Trunk Jonny Trunk's Scrap Book
'Wow, look at that, 20 tracks, and all brilliant. My favourite is the one about Lesbians, followed by the one about Wife swapping, and then the one just called SR with all the little Japanese children singing.'



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