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Murdoch  performed by Trees  1970
Composed by Bias Boshell

Taut and elegant. A cut above most of the progressive teapot folk-rock of the era. Broadcast and Stereolab fans - or those who think all this stuff is a mix of dull traditional tunes and clodhopping blues guitar - should give "On The Shore" a listen.

from On The Shore, available on CD


Image - Part 1  performed by Hank Levine Orchestra  1961
Composed by Levine

Slow-burn, easy-listening intrumental. (Harder to find are the later UK versions by Alan Haven and 'The Now Sound of Vic Templar & His Mood Orchestra'.)




I Feel Fine  performed by Enoch Light and the Light Brigade  196?
Composed by Lennon/McCartney

Truly fine. Sounds like the music that comes out of teenagers' radios in mid-'60s comedy films. Brilliantly brassy with an over-perky beat and twangy/tinny guitars.

from Discotheque Vol 2 (Command)


Billy Liar  performed by Acker Bilk  1965

Acker's trad-jazz stuff leaves me cold, but this groovy instrumental picks up a musical theme (from the 1963 movie version of the Keith Waterhouse classic) and runs with it.

from Great Themes From Great European Movies (Columbia S(C)X 3576)


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