Sweet 'N' Salty Popcorn - Various Artists

Sweet 'N' Salty Popcorn
A unique collection! The first ever UK compilation of Popcorn, the continent's answer to the Northern Soul scene. The atmospheric sound of Popcorn has been an underground club phenomenon in Belgium since the late sixties, and has spread across Europe and hit British clubs in the last ten years. 

Contains mod R&B rarities and club favourites like Jackie Weaver's ‘The Tingle’ and Steve Karmen's ‘River In My Blood’, as well as rarities by stars such as Johnny Nash and Roy Hamilton.

Extensive sleeve-notes explain the history of the Popcorn scene, recently documented in Frieze magazine. 

Will appeal to fans of soul, girl groups, Latin grooves, R&B and fifties rock'n'roll.

Most of these tracks appear on CD for the very first time.

This album has been mastered by Pete Wiggs of Saint Etienne, using the latest software to ensure the best possible sound.




Avalaible  27/01/2014
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Code: CR9003
Weight: 200
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1. La Tanya         11. Lily's Lament 
2. Some Of Your Lovin' 12. Elephant Walk 
3. The Tingle         13. River In My Blood 
4. Laugh My Heart         14. Continental Strut 
5. Rebel Heart         15. You'll Come Back 
6. Kisses That Shake The World 16. Third Window From The Right 
7. Easy Chair         17. Just A Piece Of Paper 
8. I Really Really Love You 18. Find Another Girl 
9. Oh What A Day         19. Johnny With The Gentle Hands 
10. To The One I Love 20. She Makes A Nice Cup Of Tea 

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Wake up and smell the coffee! Here's the ideal soundtrack for spring, the latest in the highly successful Saint Etienne Presents... series following on from last year's Songs For The Lyons Cornerhouse compilation, which is still getting constant spins on Robert Elms' BBC London show.
It's a perfectly curated, seasonal blend of the sounds of New York - girl groups, doo wop, Latin and atmospheric instrumentals. It features names like the Drifters, Burt Bacharach and Lalo Schifrin, alongside a host of fabulous unknowns.
Songs For A Central Picnic is also the first release on Saint Etienne member and renowned pop archivist Bob Stanley's new label, Croydon Municipal.

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My Heart Is A Hunter
The legendary Dory Previn's long-lost debut album, released on CD for the first time anywhere!

This is Croydon Municipal's second release, following the acclaimed Songs For a Central Park Picnic, which was Classic Pop's reissue of the month in August. 

Exemplary backing from jazz heroes Bill Evans and Kenny Burrell.

A sassy pop/jazz album, much in demand from Japanese collectors.

The sleeve notes have been written by Bob Stanley, whose Yeah Yeah Yeah: The Story of Modern Pop has been described as "music book of the year" by the Times and the New Statesman. 

The CD booklet features both sides of the original sleeve. 

A must for all fans of warm and witty singer / songwriters.



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Sweet 'N' Salty Popcorn
A unique collection! The first ever UK compilation of Popcorn, the continent's answer to the Northern Soul scene. The atmospheric sound of Popcorn has been an underground club phenomenon in Belgium since the late sixties, and has spread across Europe and hit British clubs in the last ten years. 

Contains mod R&B rarities and club favourites like Jackie Weaver's ‘The Tingle’ and Steve Karmen's ‘River In My Blood’, as well as rarities by stars such as Johnny Nash and Roy Hamilton.

Extensive sleeve-notes explain the history of the Popcorn scene, recently documented in Frieze magazine. 

Will appeal to fans of soul, girl groups, Latin grooves, R&B and fifties rock'n'roll.

Most of these tracks appear on CD for the very first time.

This album has been mastered by Pete Wiggs of Saint Etienne, using the latest software to ensure the best possible sound.




Avalaible  27/01/2014
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Gene Norman Presents...Corky Hale
The debut album by the first lady of the harp! Beautiful blonde Corky Hale was the first musician to integrate harp into a jazz/pop setting, before Dorothy Ashby or anyone else. Joanna Newsom owes her a pint.

•    First time on CD anywhere
•    Gorgeous artwork
•    Remastered by Pete Wiggs of Saint Etienne
•    Along with a glass of brandy, the perfect accompaniment for a winter evening in.

TRACK LIST


1.    FOGGY DAY
2.    SOON
3.    WHAT IS THERE TO SAY
4.    THERE'S AN ISLAND IN THE WEST INDIES
5.    I CAN'T GET STARTED
6.    AUTUMN IN NEW YORK
7.    SOMEBODY LOVES ME
8.    BUT NOT FOR ME
9.    TAKING A CHANCE ON LOVE
10.    APRIL IN PARIS
11.    CABIN IN THE SKY
12.    JUST FOR NOW
13.    LONDON IN JULY

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Mid Century Minx
Imagine if Jessica Rabbit and Joan Holloway made an album! This seductive selection of breathy female vocals highlights many of the forgotten names of the 50s and 60s who, given a break, could have been Peggy Lee or Julie London. As curved and comfortable as a midcentury modern sofa.

•    First time on CD for the majority of these tracks
•    Will appeal to fans of Mad Men and rock'n'roll alike
•    The perfect after-hours album for 50s fans
•    Features backing from great jazz musicians like Quincy Jones, Barney Kessel and Gil Evans
•    Beautiful artwork featuring reproductions of many of the original beautiful album covers.


TRACK LIST

1.    LAZY AFTERNOON – Irene Kral
2.    BETTER LUCK NEXT TIME – Sallie Blair
3.    OFF SHORE – Ethel Ennis
4.    THERE'S A LULL IN MY LIFE – Anita O'Day
5.    I DON'T KNOW WHERE TO TURN – Jeri Southern
6.    FOR HEAVEN SAKE – Anne Phillips
7.    BEYOND THE NEXT HILL – Beverly Kenney
8.    SAND IN MY SHOES – Marge Dodson
9.    BLUE CITY – Shirley Horn
10.    YOU DON'T KNOW WHAT LOVE IS – Mavis Rivers
11.    A STRANGER IN TOWN – Lurlean Hunter
12.    SHANGRI-LA – Dolores Gray
13.    BALTIMORE ORIOLE – Barbara Lea
14.    CAN'T WE BE FRIENDS – Toni Harper
15.    ALONG WITH ME – Jane Fielding
16.    NO MOON AT ALL – Lucy Reed
17.    I ONLY HAVE EYES FOR YOU – Doris Drew
18.    TRAVLIN' LIGHT – Marcy Lutes
19.    ALONE TOGETHER – Peggy Connelly
20.    AS YOU DESIRE ME – Jo Stafford

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Soho Blondes and Peeping Toms!
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•    From the seduction of Lyn Cornell's ‘Like Love’, to the sleaze of Kenny Day's ‘Why Don't We Do This More Often’ and Peter Elliott's deranged ‘The Devil's Workshop’, Martin Green (Club Smashing) has put together a fabulous mix of cool jazz and kinky pop, more than enough cheek to raise a few eyebrows…

TRACK LIST

1.    GENTLEMEN PLEASE – Jacqui Chan
2.    DON'T OPEN THAT DOOR – The Friday Knights
3.    SUGAR BEAT – Johnnie Spence
4.    WAY PAST MIDNIGHT – Richard Bond
5.    LIPSTICK ON YOUR LIPS – Ricky Valance
6.    FARRAGO – Ted Taylor Four
7.    LIKE LOVE – Lyn Cornell
8.    KOOKIE TALK – Scott Peters
9.    THE MERRY MEN – Don Richardson
10.    THE DEVIL'S WORKSHOP – Peter Elliott
11.    THIEF IN THE NIGHT – Johnny Towers
12.    WHOOPS UP – The Z Men
13.    JUST ROLLIN' – Ken Jones
14.    BOSSA NOVA CASANOVA – Kay Starr
15.    DON'T STOP – Alan Swain
16.    THREE SWINGIN' CHICKS – Don Fox
17.    HI FLUTIN' BOOGIE – Johnny Scott
18.    BU BAM – Dave Barbour
19.    SCATTER BRAIN – Alan Fielding
20.    A LITTLE WALTZIN' – Johnny Keating
21.    GARGANTUA – The Piltdown Men
22.    SWEETHEART – Peggy Lee
23.    THE SWIVEL – Ken Mackintosh
24.    WHY DON'T WE DO THIS MORE OFTEN – Kenny Day
25.    SAFETY SUE - Stirling Moss, Donald Campbell & the Duke of Bedford

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Buttermilk Skies: The Hoagy Carmichael Songbook
•    Compiled by Bob Stanley, and making sense of the great American songwriters of the pre-rock era, this is the first in Croydon Municipal's Songbook series.

•    It throws the spotlight on one of New York's finest, the laid back Hoagy Carmichael. This is a hugely satisfying parade of hits and bona fide pop standards, from the '30s to the '60s, classics that still feature regularly on set lists, on the radio, and in adverts as well as lesser known gems.

•    Beautifully presented and annotated, the in-depth and heartfelt sleeve-notes tell the story behind Hoagy, the writer of Heart & Soul, Stardust and Georgia On My Mind.

•    Perfect springtime listening…  

This product is released June 30 2014 and will not be dispatched before this date.

Track Listing:

1.    SKYLARK – Matt Monro
2.    MY RESISTANCE IS LOW – Hoagy Carmichael
3.    GEORGIA ON MY MIND – Ray Charles
4.    LAZY RIVER – Bobby Darin
5.    WALK IT OFF – Tommy Dorsey & Gordon Polk
6.    WE'RE THE COUPLE IN THE CASTLE – Glenn Miller
7.    THAT'S RIGHT I'M WRONG – Jack Teagarden
8.    BALTIMORE ORIOLE – Carmen McRae
9.    SMALL FRY – Al Bowlly
10.    HOW LITTLE WE KNOW – Anita Boyer
11.    OLE BUTTERMILK SKY – Hoagy Carmichael
12.    APRIL IN MY HEART – Billie Holiday
13.    LAZY BONES – Jeri Southern
14.    TWO SLEEPY PEOPLE – Bob Hope & Shirley Ross
15.    DOCTOR LAWYER INDIAN CHIEF – Betty Hutton
16.    SING IT WAY DOWN LOW – Louis Prima
17.    MOON COUNTRY – Dinah Shore
18.    MEMPHIS IN JUNE – Nina Simone
19.    IVY – Jo Stafford
20.    EVENTIDE – Louis Armstrong
21.    ONE MORNING IN MAY – Mel Torme
22.    HEART AND SOUL – Hank Jones

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Popcorn Girls
Featuring girl group sounds, R&B, 50s and 60s teen pop and more, this is the latest in Croydon Municipal's forays into the Popcorn scene. With floor fillers, tear jerkers and rarities, some appearing on CD for the first time, this volume throws the spotlight on girl singers. It's a hugely enjoyable mix of 60s soul stars (Dee Dee Sharp, Baby Washington), classy  50s vocalists (Peggy King, Margaret Whiting) and even the sole, very rare 45 by pin-up actress Tuesday Weld. The perfect soundtrack for a sticky summer picnic.

•    In-demand R&B club hits
•    Huge appeal for 60s girl group fans
•    Many tracks on CD for the first time
•    Compiled by Saint Etienne's Bob Stanley

N.B. This album is released August 25 and will not be dispatched before this date.

Track List:


1.    NOW I LAY ME DOWN TO WEEP – Simone Dina
2.    I DON'T KNOW – Lorne Lesley
3.    ARE YOU THE BOY – Tuesday Weld
4.    OCEAN OF TEARS – Ann Williams
5.    WALK ON THE WILD SIDE – Marilyn Brown
6.    HEY LONELY ONE – Baby Washington
7.    WHAT HE USED TO TELL ME – Delores Hill
8.    THE NIGHT – Dee Dee Sharp
9.    HANDSOME MAN – Barbara Pittman
10.    UP UP UP – Peggy King
11.    HOT SPELL – Margaret Whiting
12.    I FEEL THE PAIN – Linda Queen
13.    LOVE CHARMS – Diane Maxwell
14.    HE'S THE ONE THAT RINGS MY BELL – Sherri Taylor
15.    HAUNTED LOVER – Carole Bennett
16.    THE ROLL – Evie Sands
17.    PALM OF YOUR HAND – Dolly Lyon
18.    SHE'LL BE GONE – Betty O’Brien
19.    NOT MUCH (DO YOU BABY?) - Rosemary
20.    NOBODY'S GONNA HURT YOU – Donna Dee
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Troxy Music - Fifties and Sixties Film Themes
A fabulous collection of the rare and the famous, film themes from the golden age of cinema, the 50s and 60s – Ealing comedies (The Rebel, I'm Alright Jack), kitchen sink cinema (A Kind of Loving, A Taste of Honey) and Hollywood hits. We have the thunderous theme to the Diana Dors film Passport To Shame, the party scene from the fabulous Experiment In Terror, and some of the biggest names in soundtrack history – John Barry, Henry Mancini, John Dankworth and Ron Grainer. Troxy Music is a terrific mix of hard-to-find themes from major movies.

•    Many obscurities and gems for soundtrack collectors
•    Top British jazz rarities
•    Most tracks on CD for the first time
•    Compiled by Martin Green and Bob Stanley

N.B. This album is released August 25 and will not be dispatched before this date.

Track List:


1.    BLIND DATE – Pinewood Strings
2.    NO LOVE FOR JOHNNIE – Gerry Beckles
3.    A KIND OF LOVING – Ron Grainer
4.    LIVE NOW PAY LATER – Doug Sheldon
5.    PASSPORT TO SHAME – Ray Anthony
6.    FLUTER'S BALL (FROM EXPERIMENT IN TERROR) – Henry Mancini
7.    TEN THOUSAND BEDROOMS – Dean Martin
8.    A TASTE OF HONEY – Victor Feldman Quartet
9.    DUET FROM 16 (FROM WE ARE THE LAMBETH BOYS) – Johnny Dankworth
10.    BEAT GENERATION – Louis Armstrong
11.    BACKFIRE – Judd Proctor
12.    PAYROLL – Reg Owen
13.    I'M ALL RIGHT JACK – Al Saxon
14.    TOOTY TWIST (FROM EXPERIMENT IN TERROR) – Henry Mancini
15.    LOOK FOR A STAR – Gary Mills
16.    THE BOYS – The Shadows
17.    WHISTLE DOWN THE WIND – The Wayfarers
18.    THE LOLLY THEME (FROM THE AMOROUS PRAWN) – John Barry
19.    MILD AND BITTER BLUES (FROM A KIND OF LOVING) – Ron Grainer
20.    TAKE A GIANT STEP – Ernest Maxin
21.    IT'S A WOMAN'S WORLD – Ray Anthony
22.    I'M A LONELY MAN (FROM BLIND DATE) – Hardy Kruger

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Such A Much! R&B Girls of the 50s & 60s
•    Here's a crunching collection of R&B girls, with coyness in short supply. In fact, the sassy singers gathered here on this collection of rockers, wailers, and neo-popcorn favourites tend not to be girls, exactly.

•    Highlights include Blanche Thomas's You Ain't So Such A Much, written as a response to Hound Dog - faster, tougher, and easier on its feet. Ruth Brown's atmospheric Sure 'Nuff includes King Curtis on sax and Phil Spector on piano, with Jerry Leiber and Mike Stoller producing. Doris Payne went on to become better known - and to score a sizeable hit with Just One Look in 1963 - as Doris Troy.  

•    Like Doris, both Marie Knight and Big Maybelle are better known for their sixties soul sides than they are for their fifties R&B ravers, but I've Got A Feelin' and I Thought I Told You Not To Tell Them are jukebox-ready classics.

•    All twenty songs here are floor fillers, waiting to be the centrepiece of a movie soundtrack or - better yet - the soundtrack to your next house party.

NB: This title is released on October 27, 2014 and will not be dispatched until this date.

TRACK LIST:


1.    COME ON AND LOVE ME – Lucille Brown
2.    YOU AIN'T SO SUCH A MUCH – Blanche Thomas
3.    VOODOO VOODOO – La Vern Baker
4.    THAT'S WHY I CRY – Varetta Willard
5.    I THOUGHT I TOLD YOU NOT TO TELL THEM – Marie Knight
6.    KNOCK KNOCK – Carol Fran
7.    NOBODY'S GONNA HURT YOU – Annie Laurie
8.    YOU MOVE ME SO – Paula Grimes
9.    PUT ON MY SHOES – Mary Ann Fisher
10.    MISH MASH – Carrie Grant
11.    I'VE GOT A FEELIN' – Big Maybelle
12.    EASY EASY BABY – Ann Cole
13.    IF IT'S NEWS TO YOU – Little Esther
14.    PLEASE MR JAILER – Wynona Carr
15.    YOU BETTER MIND – Doris Payne
16.    BABY PLEASE DON'T GO – Jo Ann Henderson
17.    NOBODY LOVES YOU LIKE ME – Etta James
18.    SURE 'NUFF – Ruth Brown
19.    TINY TIM – La Vern Baker
20.    AND THE ANGELS SING – Fay Simmons
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TV Is The Thing: Fifties And Sixties Television Themes
•    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 ("it's the young idea!”). Early Gerry Anderson (Supercar) rubs shoulders with Honor Blackman (The Avengers), with help from stellar composer credits like John Barry and Johnny Dankworth.  

•    Compiled by pop historian Bob Stanley – who also writes the sleevenotes – and DJ Martin Green, this is a proper 60s UK time capsule.

NB: This title is released on October 27, 2014 and will not be dispatched until this date.

TRACK LIST:


1.    TV IS THE THING - Dinah Washington
2.    THE PURSUERS - Malcolm Lockyer
3.    ROUTE 66 - John Gregory
4.    OUTBREAK OF MURDER - Gordon Franks
5.    SASHA'S THEME - Sasha Distel
6.    SUPERCAR - Charles Blackwell
7.    THE DESPERADOES - Cambridge Strings
8.    GURNEY SLADE - Alan Ainsworth
9.    THE BEAT WAY (FROM HONEY HIT PARADE) - Ted Heath And His Music
10.    Z CARS - John Warren Orchestra
11.    77 SUNSET STRIP - Pete Candoli And His Orchestra
12.    LUNCHBOX - Jerry Allen
13.    LAS VEGAS (FROM ANIMAL MAGIC) - Laurie Johnson
14.    SOOTY'S PARTY (EXCERPT) - Harry Corbett
15.    CHAMPION THE WONDER HORSE - Frankie Laine
16.    CUTTY SARK (FROM DATELINE) - John Barry
17.    DANGER MAN - Alan Swain
18.    THE AVENGERS - Johnny Dankworth
19.    M SQUAD - John Gregory
20.    MAN OF MYSTERY (FROM THE EDGAR WALLACE MYSTERIES) - Steve Stannard
21.    SAM BENEDICT - Johnny Keating
22.    SID'S THEME (FROM CITIZEN JAMES) - Gordon Franks
23.    EGGHEADS - Bryan Blackburn And Peter Evans
24.    CHICK SHAPE - Craig Douglas
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Saint Etienne Presents: Songs For A London Winter
Sarah Cracknell, Bob Stanley and Pete Wiggs have ransacked their record collections, with a helping hand from DJ Martin Green, to give you the sound of Piccadilly in December – baubles, bangles, tinsel and whisky macs. This is a decidedly London selection – Joe Henderson's ‘Sleighride’ has the distinct feel of Hampstead Heath rather than Lapland.

Homegrown rockers like Billy Fury and Adam Faith are found rubbing shoulders over a Christmas pint with John Barry and jazzers Kenny Baker and John Dankworth. Tricia Marks and Lyn Cornell provide festive glamour.

Saint Etienne member and pop historian Bob Stanley writes the sleevenotes. This is a soundtrack for the Hamley's shop window and a proper 60s UK time capsule.

•    All UK recordings
•    The latest in the hugely successful 'Saint Etienne Presents' series.
•    Many tracks on CD for the first time
•    Not the same old Christmas songs!

Please Note: This title is released November 24 and will not be dispatched before this date.

Track Listing:

1.    CHRISTMAS IN LONDON TOWN – Nina And Frederick
2.    SNOWMAN'S LAND – Zack Laurence
3.    WINTER WONDERLAND – King Brothers
4.    IT'S CHRISTMAS TIME – Elaine And Derek
5.    WINTER WAIL – Johnny Dankworth
6.    BLOW BLOW THOU WINTER WIND – Cleo Laine
7.    WE THREE KINGS – Johnny Keating
8.    CHRISTMAS SLEIGHRIDE – Joe ‘Mr Piano’ Henderson
9.    CHRISTMAS CALYPSO – Tricia Marks
10.    CHRISTMAS ISLAND – Dickie Valentine
11.    LONELY PUP – Adam Faith
12.    WINTER STARLIGHT – Tony Osborne
13.    MUST BE SANTA – Alma Cogan
14.    GET LOST JACK FROST – John Barry Seven
15.    SOUNDS LIKE WINTER – The Echoes
16.    XMAS STOCKING – Lyn Cornell
17.    MY CHRISTMAS PRAYER – Billy Fury
18.    BLUE ICE – Kenny Baker
19.    LITTLE DONKEY – Beverley Sisters
20.    SNOW COACH – Russ Conway
21.    I SAW MUMMY KISSING SANTA CLAUS – Embassy Singers
22.    SWINGING SHEPHERD BLUES – Ted Heath
23.    GIVE US A KISS FOR CHRISTMAS – Lionel Bart
24.    CHRISTMAS LAND – Wally Whyton
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The Changing Of The Guard ~The Sixties London Pop Explosion
The Changing of the Guard is a unique music and dialogue sound collage of Swinging London in 1968; a time of exciting developments in all the artistic fields and a time when England set cultural standards that the world is still trying to emulate. Protagonists central to the scene are included here: Mick Jagger of the Rolling Stones discussing revolution; his manager Andrew Loog Oldham explaining business philosophy; the young Michael Caine debating morals in the context of the permissive society; Julie Christie on fame and Lee Marvin on Mini cars and mini skirts! The dialogue is edited against brilliant historic London pop of the period: big hits such as The Small Face's 'Itchychoo Park' and 'Here Come The Nice', Chris Farlowe's memorable number one 'Out of Time', 'If Paradise is Half as Nice' by The Amen Corner and mercurial psychedelia; The Marquis of Kensington, Fleur De Lys, Duncan Browne, Billy Nicholls and the first line up of Humble Pie featuring Steve Marriott and the Face Of 1968 - Peter Frampton. Special mention too for an early song from Vashti! The success of Andrew Oldham's two recent autobiographies, confirms that there has never been more fascination with the period, even if some of it is nostalgia for what we have subsequently unfortunately lost. Our Price: £9.95

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SAINT ETIENNE PRESENTS SONGS FOR THE LYONS CORNERHOUSE
The keenly awaited follow up to the innovative and ground-breaking compilations - Songs For Mario’s Café and Songs For The Dog And Duck.          

Compiled with knowledge and TLC by Bob Stanley… this is a glorious slice of life from those halcyon Pre-Rock days.          
Features many era defining artists and household names such as Frankie Laine, Al Martino, Dickie Valentine, Eddie Calvert and Peggy Lee.          

The audio delight is accompanied by a jam-packed booklet featuring many label shots and some gorgeous ephemera.          
Transport yourself back to a less complicated time and pour yourself a nice cup of tea and then crank up the volume on your gramophone…   

Our Price: £9.95

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Saint Etienne Presents Songs For A Central Park Picnic
Wake up and smell the coffee! Here's the ideal soundtrack for spring, the latest in the highly successful Saint Etienne Presents... series following on from last year's Songs For The Lyons Cornerhouse compilation, which is still getting constant spins on Robert Elms' BBC London show.
It's a perfectly curated, seasonal blend of the sounds of New York - girl groups, doo wop, Latin and atmospheric instrumentals. It features names like the Drifters, Burt Bacharach and Lalo Schifrin, alongside a host of fabulous unknowns.
Songs For A Central Picnic is also the first release on Saint Etienne member and renowned pop archivist Bob Stanley's new label, Croydon Municipal.

Release Date: 29/07/2013
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