New Catalogue & Recent Licences

Cherry Red acquire Be Bop Deluxe catalogue

In the mid-Seventies lull between Glam Rock and Punk, Be Bop Deluxe epitomised a new breed of Art Rock bands. Led by Bill Nelson and signed to the fashionable Harvest label, the band mixed Progressive Rock leanings with melodic songs across five acclaimed studios albums

Cherry Red acquire classic early Curved Air catalogue

Back in the early Seventies, Curved Air were one of the most popular, hard-working bands on the Prog Rock circuit. Fronted by striking singer Sonja Kristina and including a rock violinist Darryl Way, they issued a succession of best-selling albums between 1970 and 1973: Air

Cherry Red acquire Contempo Records catalogue titles

Back in the mid-1970s, Contempo Records was one of the most prolific soul/funk labels in the UK, combining American recordings with homegrown productions. The label was run by Blues & Soul head honcho John Abbey, who attracted many respected U.S. soul stars into the studio,

Cherry Red represent albums by 70s prog rockers Unicorn

Cherry Red's Prog Rock catalogue continues to grow with albums by Seventies band Unicorn. Produced by Pink Floyd guitarist Dave Gilmour, Unicorn fused Prog with American Country Rock influences across LPs Blue Pine Trees (1974), Too Many Crooks (1976) and One More Tomorrow (1977). Among

Cherry Red present Patto repertoire

Cult favourites on the Prog Rock scene of the early 1970s, Patto were fronted by Mike Patto, ably assisted by noted guitarist Ollie Halsall. For many years, their three highly coveted albums for Vertigo and Island have been unavailable - until now. Patto (1970), Hold

The Spectrum catalogue now represented by Cherry Red

Hailed as Britain's answer to The Monkees, The Spectrum issued a string of Swinging London-styled singles during the second half of the 1960s, such as 'Portobello Road' and 'London Bridge Is Coming Down'. Many of their recordings are now represented by Cherry Red, including most