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Merrell’s Mu-sic

Merrell Fankhauser is an American singer/songwriter/guitarist, who was most active in the 1960s and 1970s with acts like Merrell & The Exiles, Fapardokly, HMS Bounty and Mu, as well as working solo. Merrell’s work with HMS Bounty, and in particular the album Things! (and title track

Milling About

We now have exclusive rights to the early (pre-A&M) recordings of Lancashire indie band The Milltown Brothers. Their first release, in 1989, was the Coming From The Mill EP which became single of the week in the NME magazine, and featured the songs ‘Roses’, ‘We've Got Time’ and ‘Something On My Mind.’ The NME tipped

Sweet Soul Music

The forthcoming 3-CD box set, Ain’t Nothing But A Houseparty, shines a light on many of our uptempo Soul sides from the 60s and early 70s, many of which have attracted interest on the Northern Soul scene down the years. If you don’t know tracks like ‘Compared To What’ by Mr Floods Party, ‘Love

You Should Be Dancing

We’re expanding our collection of 90s dance music, having recently completed a deal for Edward Ball’s side projects The Chemical Pilot (the album Journey To The Centre Of The Mind, 1998) and The Playboy Revolutionary (The Matrix, 1999), adding to his Love Corporation material. We also represent the Planet Dog repertoire – an independent label active

I’ve Got To Admit It’s Getting Bretter!

Having cut his teeth in the Sixties, Paul Brett fronted his own band (Paul Brett's Sage) before going solo in 1973 to develop his considerable skills on guitar. Cherry Red now present some twenty albums by this maestro of the twelve-string, from folk rock-styled mid-70s LPs like Clocks and Phoenix Future to

Spend Some Time With Spencer

The Spencer Davis Group were one of the coolest British R&B/Mod bands of the 1960s. In 1967, with a new line-up, they adopted a more Psychedelic yet still bluesy sound on hit singles 'Mr. Second Class' and 'Time Seller', as well as their 1968 LP With Their New Face On and tracks from that year’s soundtrack album Here We

Soulful Sonic Buzz

With their crisp melodies, biting lyrics and driving guitars, Buzzcocks were one of the most influential bands to emerge from the initial wave of punk rock. Eschewing politics for the most part, they instead brought an intense, brilliant vigour to the three-minute pop song. Steve Diggle is the main driving

We’re Not In Kansas Anymore

Wayne County (now Jayne, of course) was a pioneer. Signed to the same management company in the early 70s as David Bowie, County was at the vanguard of New York's nascent punk scene before relocating to London to form The Electric Chairs. While their most famous track was succinctly entitled 'F***

Eighties Classics

We now have exclusive rights for the 80s Classical recordings, which showcase the some of most iconic voices and songs from the Eighties pop scene via breath-taking new orchestral versions performed by the original artists. Those involved include Nik Kershaw, Carol Decker, Johnny Hates Jazz, Adetoun, Gavin Conder and Cliff Masterson.  Drop us

Resort To Bridget!

Bridget St. John is a singer-songwriter and guitarist best known for her three albums she recorded between 1969 and 1972 for John Peel’s Dandelion label. Blessed with a rich, cello-like vocal style, Bridget was one of the leading folk artists touring the UK. One of her standout tracks is ‘Song To Keep You Company’ which