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Mr Thing, The Library Archive – From The Vaults Of Cavendish Music

January 23, 2018


RELEASE DATE : 10 novembre 2017. 







A1 Sound Studio Orchestra – Southbound => LISTEN

A2 Sound Studio Orchestra – Snowmobile => LISTEN

A3 The Cavendish Orchestra – Funkrund => LISTEN

A4 Unknown Performer – Milky Way => LISTEN

A5 Unknown Performer – Star Voyage => LISTEN

A6 Unknown Performer – Kaleidoscope => LISTEN



B1 The New Dance Orchestra – The Trackers => LISTEN

B2 Sound Studio Set – Two Bars => LISTEN

B3 Sound Studio Set – The Scape Goat => LISTEN

B4 The Cavendish Orchestra – Riff-Raff => LISTEN

B5 The New Sounds – The Big Score => LISTEN

B6 The Latin American Orchestra – Come Cuban! => LISTEN



C1 Sound Studio Orchestra – The Rally => LISTEN

C2 The New Dance Orchestra – Pardon => LISTEN

C3 The New Dance Orchestra – Night Driver => LISTEN

C4 The New Dance Orchestra – Border Incident => LISTEN

C5 The New Dance Orchestra – Lady Killers => LISTEN



D1 The New Dance Orchestra – One Way Trip (Warm Version) => LISTEN

D2 The New Dance Orchestra – One Way Trip (Cool Version) => LISTEN

D3 The New Concert Orchestra – Night Shade (Long) => LISTEN

D4 The New Concert Orchestra – Night Shade (Short) => LISTEN

D5 The New Sounds – Smile of A Stranger => LISTEN

D6 The New Percussion Octet – Graphics Pt. 2 => LISTEN






Join two of BBE’s most prolific artists and compilers, Mr Thing & Chris Read on a voyage into the mysterious, strange and wonderful world of Library Music, courtesy of Cavendish Music.


Founded in 1937 and originally known as Boosey & Hawkes Recorded Music Library, Cavendish Music is the largest independent Library Music publisher in the UK and also represents a host of music catalogues across the globe.

During the Library Music heyday of the 60s and 70s, thousands of original instrumental tracks were produced across a broad range of genres for companies like Cavendish, who then created vinyl and tape collections, often arranged by theme or mood, for their customers in radio, television and film. Cult British TV shows such as The Sweeney and The Professionals as well as documentaries and feature films relied heavily on these catalogues, and companies like KPM, De Wolfe and Boosey & Hawkes went a long way toward defining the sound of British popular culture at the time.

Never commercially available, music created for these libraries that never made it to the promised land of TV or Radio was destined to languish in Cavendish Music’s vast London vault; only recently unearthed by a new generation of DJs and producers searching for rare gems or a perfect sample.

Mr Thing & Chris Read were first invited to examine the contents of the Cavendish Music archive in 2014 as part of WhoSampled’s ‘Samplethon’ event in which producers created new tracks against the clock using sample material mined from the catalogue. Whilst digging through box upon box of records and tapes looking for interesting sounds, the pair also discovered a host of 70s library music which has not only stood the test of time, but deserves to be heard in its original form.

From dramatic big band numbers reminiscent of Lalo Schifrin’s film scores to atmospheric proto-hip hop instrumentals produced before the genre’s existence, right through to fairly straightforward jazz and funk cuts; this amazing collection of music is sure to inspire and delight DJs and beat-makers the world over.


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