Now that man stands on the brink of conquering space and has one foot on the moon itself, one is inclined I feel to forget many of the things on this earth that have indirectly helped him there, One of them surely is music for “music is the food of life”. Those who create it and perform it are as ambitious and progressive as any space programme, If the effort can bring just a little happiness into this uncertain world of ours, then surely it is a success.
Sounds Orchestral, was an ambition, an ambition envisaged three years ago to update, so to speak, orchestral music (or to be more exact, “a better music”) and endeavour to bring it nearer to the understanding of the younger generation, keeping within commercial boundaries and retaining a teenage, yet adult appeal. This was no easy task, for to achieve this I firmly believed it was essential for a record to register on the current Hit Parade, and a great deal depended upon finding the right material.
Label: The World Record Club T860