Ground-breaking, easy listening compilation, mixing lounge obscurities with never before released library music. Co-compiled with Patrick Whittaker and Tris Penna for EMI. Sold 100,000 copies
British treasures from the vaults of PYE, including gems from the Get Carter score. Also contains a specially written sleeve quote from Michael Caine.
Explores the world of Italian movie music from the RCA archive with a strong emphasis on the exotic and erotic. Sony/ BMG release.
Compiled for Men's style magazine Later, featuring many easy listening classics.
A further edition, following the success of the first Later compilation.
Rare double vinyl promo only compilation of soundtrack pimp funk and superfly soul. Co-compiled with Ben Horner.
An eclectic Christmas release comprising of jingle bell jazz, icy electronics and frosty folk.
Psychedelic, tripped out Christian grooviness. Think hippie acid casualties falling under God's spell. A Will Hodgkinson favorite.
Fun collection of 60's and 70's advertising themes and jingles written and performed by Mike Sammes, and found in cardboard box in his garage.
Filthy but funny compilation of 1970's Flexi-discs once given away free with top shelf magazines. Found in a junk shop in Walthamstow and released by Jonny Trunk.
A collection of rare and strange and innocent folk oddities. Soft female vocals sing childlike ditties. Think Vision On cast meets Play School presenters in a mushroom field near Stone Henge.
Double CD for EMI co-compiled with Bob Stanley of music by jazz legend Johnny Dankworth, featuring many of his superb film themes from the 60's.
Co-compiled with Bob Stanley, this is a collection of very rare female vocal 45's evoking the scandalous and seductive side of Soho in the late 50's. Critics Choice in The Times.
A follow up to the successful Soho Blondes CD, this time with male vocals and twanging guitars to give it a Reggie Kray wallop. My first release on Saint Ettiene's label.
Collection of obscure Film music from the 1950's and early 60's. From Kitchen Sink dramas and Bank Heists thrillers to Strip Club Confidentials.
From the wide-open skies of Champion The Wonder Horse to the mean streets of Z Cars Merseyside via Anthony Newley's oddball Gurney Slade, here is a collection of much-loved and unjustly forgotten TV themes. To add to the genuine goggle-box experience, all the themes are linked with period TV ads for the likes of Outspan orange juice, Good News chocolates, and Eden Vale yoghurt.
OVER 25 RELEASES OF SOUNDTRACK, JAZZ AND LOUNGE OBSCURITIES, FROM THE EXOTIC TO THE EROTIC, COMPILED FOR VARIOUS LABELS INCLUDING EMI, UNIVERSAL,TRUNK, CHERRY RED & SONY/ BMG