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All About Eve Recordings

Active during the first half of the 1990s, Eve Recordings was run by Roger Cowell as an outlet for a range of Indie Rock bands. Chief among them were Crawley band Spitfire (pictured), whose mix of garage rock, shoegaze and psychedelia graced three 12" EPs for the label. Other bands on Eve's roster included Crazy

Avatar – Pandora’s Rocks?

We're happy to announce the acquisition of Avatar Record & Screenworks Ltd., an independent label co-run by Jon Brewer and Robert Patterson, active from 1980 to 1983. Its catalogue includes albums by 'New Wave Of British Heavy Metal' bands Chevy and Dark Star, Nik Turner's Inner City Unit, soul legend Edwin Starr, Michael Strange And

The 80s Carved Out Of Rock

We are proud to boast an ever-growing catalogue of 80s Classic Rock. Artists include Scottish rockers Strangeways, ex-Rainbow singer Graham Bonnet, both solo and with his band Alcatrazz, Scouse combo Spider, (Bernie) Tormé, Whitley Bay’s finest metal outfit Tygers Of Pan Tang, the Steve Gibbons Band, the debut album by Scarborough’s hit group Little Angels and

Rare 5CC´s Discovered!

Several years before becoming half of hugely successful combo 10cc, budding Mancunian musicians/songwriters Kevin Godley and Lol Creme recorded an album’s worth of material, only a fraction of which was released at the time under the guise Frabjoy And Runcible Spoon in 1969. Now those hitherto unheard songs are seeing the light of day as Frabjous

A Score To Settle

John Barry, a man synonymous with the James Bond theme he penned, was the swinging sixties’ most prolific creator of film soundtracks. Ranking as among the finest in their genre, his scores are instantly recognisable for their sweeping orchestrations and majestic arrangements. Cherry Red represent many of John

Sock It To ‘Em, J.B. Horns!

Back in the 60s and early 70s, Alfred ‘Pee Wee’ Ellis, Fred Wesley and Maceo Parker were key lynchpins in the genre-defining funk sound of James Brown and his backing band The J.B.’s. In the late 1980s, the trio reunited to create The J.B. Horns, wowing live crowds around the world and recording several LPs. We’re

Adict-Ed to Punk

The Adicts are a British punk rock band from Ipswich. One of the most popular such acts during the 1980s, they were often troubling the indie charts and headlining punk festivals. Their music boasts catchy melodies and lyrics, often featuring extra instruments and sound clips. Cherry Red are custodians of several studio albums, including Smart Alex (1985), Sound Of Music (1982), 27 (1992) and live albums Joker In

Pent Up Folk

Pentangle were a British folk-jazz band active in the late 60s and then again from the early 80s when the band reunited after pursuing solo careers or leaving music altogether. The new line-up - which included mainstays Jacqui McShee and Bert Jansch - continued to record studio albums, including Open The Door (1984), In The

The Ward Of Worcestershire

Clifford T. Ward was an English singer-songwriter, best known for his 1973 album Home Thoughts and the hit singles ‘Gaye’ and ‘Scullery’. In 1987, he was tragically diagnosed with multiple sclerosis, which disrupted his ability to tour and support his recorded work. Cherry Red are the proud custodians of a

She’s In Love With The Rock ‘n Roll World!

Janie Jones gained notoriety in the 1960s for a string of misdemeanours. She was also a singer and occasional recording artist, gaining a cult following amongst members of bands like The Clash and, much later, Babyshambles. Written by her husband John Christian Dee, her song ‘Witch In White’ was unreleased at the