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Retro music CDs from new unsigned indie bands, groups and artists.

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David K - Seeing The Light

David K - Seeing The Light

Over 70 minutes (18 songs) of adult English rock. Philosophically lyrical, progressive New Age grooves. Some blues rock, brass, guitars and the might Moog synthesizer.

Curfew - Somewhere In The City

Curfew - Somewhere In The City

The first Curfew CD release with the added bonus of Dave O'Higgins and Mark Hewins on sax and guitar - brilliant contributions from both of them. A great mix of original instrumentals, songs and covers. Great energy and dynamism across the whole band and a stunning cover version of Jaco Pastorius' "Come On Come Over " medley'd with Weather Report's "Barbary Coast".

South Quay - South Quay

South Quay - South Quay

The new South Quay CD is a mixture of orginal material and some of our favourite covers. There's a huge variety of music on here, from the chilled out blues of "Everytime I Think Of You", to the funky rock of "Move Over Baby". There's something for everyone!

Stanley Sings Jazz - Stanley Sings Jazz / Stanley's Salute To Al Jolson (2 CD Set)

Stanley Sings Jazz - Stanley Sings Jazz / Stanley's Salute To Al Jolson (2 CD Set)

2 CD SET. CD 1: STANLEY SINGS JAZZ/STANLEY SINGS JOLSON. CD 2: STANLEYS SALUTE TO AL JOLSON.

Loosehounds - Takista

Loosehounds - Takista

Formerly The Loosehound Drifters, the Shropshire/Welsh six piece return with an eagerly awaited sophomore album, once again produced by former T'Pau man Ronnie Rogers and once again mining their passion for heated rhythms and drivingly atmospheric acoustic folk rock that isn't ashamed of its roots in the heady days of late 60s progressive folk espoused by the likes of Traffic and Lindisfarne.

Don Latymer - The Girl Of Perfection

Don Latymer - The Girl Of Perfection

This pretty famous single is sometimes played in the radio. Don Latymer is an American entertainment performer who writes own songs and performs cover-songs. (Oldie-Revival)

Protos - The Noble Pauper's Grave

Protos - The Noble Pauper's Grave

This highly regarded English progressive rock duo have put together another memorable contribution to the art-rock genre. The Noble Pauper's Grave is a concept album with a difference - ideal for dance, drama and theatre groups.

The Offbeat - The Offbeat

The Offbeat - The Offbeat

Unashamedly harmonic Sixties style summery pop. Sweet, simple accoustic pop with a direct channel to Paul McCartney's brainstem from 1965, with the tight sundrenched harmonies and guitar riffs are reminiscent of The Byrds.

Curfew - The Return Of The Jazz Fusioneers

Curfew - The Return Of The Jazz Fusioneers

The Return of the Jazz Fusioneers captures the 'live' feel of the band after a long (but very enjoyable) UK tour. As a result there's lots of first takes in there and very few overdubs. This means both extraordinary energy levels on some of the uptempo sections and great dynamics on the quieter numbers. Think Weather Report mixed with Tribal Tech!

Dave Lewis - The Second Self

Dave Lewis - The Second Self

11 track CD featuring ambient and rock styles from this London based songwriter. All tracks written, recorded and produced by Dave Lewis.

Chris Flegg - The Sound Of Life

Chris Flegg - The Sound Of Life

The Sound Of Life represents Chris Flegg's songwriting output for 2007 and is his fifth album. The songs are all original with acoustic guitar and soprano sax backing, with contributions from Terry Ede on flute, Keith Kendrick on concertinas and Rod Brown on percussion. The songs are varied, intelligent and conversational with a relaxed feel that makes for an enjoyable listening experience.

Loosehounds - Then Suddenly

Loosehounds - Then Suddenly

R2 ROCK AND REEL MAGAZINE REVIEW 2010 states THE LOOSEHOUNDS ALBUM "THEN SUDDENLY" A distinctive fusion of Roots and Rock, a disarming and ingenious collection that stands as a testament to the sheer determination of The Loosehounds to tread their own path; its one that's certainly worth following.

Noel Miller - Think A Head

Noel Miller - Think A Head

80's Pop Rock with big vocals, flashy guitar, and plenty of synthesizer! Think of Bryan Adams, Richard Marx, Journey and Kenny Loggins.

The Moscow Riley - This Is Rocket Science

The Moscow Riley - This Is Rocket Science

Everything you ever needed to know about anger, religious so and so's, insecurity, boyish dreams and analogue radio in just about an hour..........

Adam Welch - Undying Fire

Adam Welch - Undying Fire

A debut instrumental guitar album filled with passionate and heartfelt virtuoso playing. The album is stylistically diverse making it an exciting listen with an emphasis on strong melodies and harmonies.

 
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