In a few months time, our book "Hit and Miss: The Story of The John Barry Seven" will be published. Thoroughly and painstakingly researched over a number of years, it will feature contributions from several ex-members of the band and from friends and relatives of John Barry.
Comprising of around 350 pages, it will also be 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.
It will be of great assistance to the authors if you would indicate an interest in purchasing a copy of the book *now*, without obligation. We will then be able to notify you as soon as the book is available with details of cost and how to order and pay.
Obviously your personal details will be kept secure and not shared with anybody else.
Two non-soundtrack albums: 1998 & 2001 for Decca: The Beyondness of Things - The English Chamber Orchestra: Kissaby close, The Heartlands, Give me a smile, A Childhood memory, Nocturnal New York, Meadow of delight and sadness, Gifts of Nature, The Fictionist, David White, Dawn chorus, The day the Earth fell silent, Dance with reality, solos by David White & Tommy Morgan. Eternal Echoes - The English Chamber Orchestra: Eternal Echoes, Returning Home, Crazy Dog, Slow Day, Fred and Cyd, Blessed Illusion, Lullabying, Winning, Get Over It, First Steps, Elegy
John Barry appeared on screen as the conductor in Bryan Forbes' Deadfall. Barry worked on six Forbes films: The L-Shaped Room, Seance on a Wet Afternoon, King Rat, The Wrong Box, The Whisperers and Deadfall.
Barry conducting 1998