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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.



Classroom Projects
Top marks for this spell-binding collection of folk songs and avant-garde experiments recorded by small English primary school-children between 1959-77. It's lovely stuff, exemplary Trunk, warmly recommended.



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.




Cults Percussion Ensemble
Dreamy percussion exotica by a group of fourteen-year-old students (ten girls, including Evelyn Glennie, one boy) in Aberdeen, from 1978.



Bob Chance It's Broken!
Ersatz Giorgio Moroder meets wannabe Glen Campbell at the 1980 roots of electro-boogie-country terror. Sleazy, wrong and enjoyable — featuring the nine-minute dance version of the feted title-track.



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.



Fingerbobs Original Television Music
Music by Michaels Cole and Jessett for the beloved seventies finger-puppet show, with Fingermouse, Gulliver the seagull, Scampi, and Flash the tortoise.



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.'



Michael Garrick, Shake Keane Rising Stars
Exotica, a bossa, and real-deal British bebop from 1964: four unissued cues featuring The Hastings Girl Choir, and four cuts with Coleridge Goode and Bobby Orr.



Barry Gray Stand By For Adverts: Rare Jazz, Jingles And Advertising Electronics
Eighty hip cues — sixty on the LP — from 1959-65: stuff like Banana Mellows cereal, Horlicks, Elastoplast, Sunsilk, Ogden's tobacco, and the Hoover Keymatic. The Mike Sammes Singers and Eric Sykes at the mic.



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.



Kenny Graham Moondog And Suncat Suites
Half covers, half original homage — the landmark British jazz response to Moondog, from 1956. A baker's dozen players, including Stan Tracey and Phil Seamen, engineered by Joe Meek, produced by Denis Preston.



Tristram Cary It's Time For Tristram Cary
Celebrating the pioneering inspiration who scored The Ladykillers and Quatermass And The Pit, and the first Dr Who series featuring Daleks. Experimental electronica for film, TV, exhibition, sculpture.



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.



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