Our friend, journalist and filmmaker Mary Catherine Brouder has launched a Kickstarter campaign for a short film.
"A Price Worth Paying"
The shocking untold story of Irish farmers who were poisoned by a giant alumina plant - and how the government fought to silence them.
Mary Catherine asks us to: "Please share this link around and get involved if you can!! Thank you!"
This project will only be funded if it reaches its goal by Wed, December 25 2019
post-free for UK customers.
You can order now!
Europe - £11.00
Rest of World - £16.00
We'll also need your mailing address, of course!
Further discount if you want two or more copies - ask for details.
Alternatively, Contact us and we will be in touch!
Thoroughly and painstakingly researched over a number of years, it features contributions from several ex-members of the band and from friends and relatives of John Barry.
Comprising of over 360 pages, it is packed with an array of rare photos of the band, and the singers they often supported, as well as some unique images of memorabilia and documentation from that era; some never previously published, many more seldom seen.
Even if you are not necessarily a devotee of The John Barry Seven per se, the book offers a fascinating historical insight into the British music scene of the period and, more importantly, provides an essential read for anybody remotely interested in discovering more about John Barry's formative career.
We appreciate the postage to destinations outside the UK is somewhat expensive, but unfortunately there is nothing we can do about this. Due to its size and the number of pages, the book is very heavy — about 1.4 kilograms — and shipping overseas is expensive. However, we think buyers will appreciate the quality of the book is well worth it!
Our book John Barry - The Man With the Midas Touch is still available at a discounted price. You won't find it anywhere else apart from at vastly inflated prices on eBay or Amazon.
Our CD "John Barry - The Early Years" is a compilation album focusing on the years 1959-1962, with every track a Barry arrangement or composition. The majority of tracks are making their début on CD.