John Barry - The Man With The Midas Touch
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New CD: John Barry The Early Years
We are pleased to announce that a new John Barry CD is now available.
"John Barry - The Early Years" is a compilation album focusing on the years 1959-1962, in which every track features a Barry arrangement or composition.
than 200 left!!!
More information and ordering here...
Our book "John Barry - The Man With the Midas Touch" is still available. Order now!
The book is also available from high street bookshops and the usual online (film-music) stores.
HOW TO ORDER
now £14.99 (ca. $23.75)
p&p added automatically when ordering:
£9 (ca. $ 14)
USA / Rest of world
£18 (ca. $28)
If you have any problems ordering or
if you want the book sent registered.
The book will shortly be out of print and no further copies
will be available - order now to avoid disappointment.
Alternatively, you can visit
amazon.co.uk to order. The book will not be available via US stores but it should be possible to order via Amazon.com
"If you haven’t bought a copy, do so."
"Those who bought the first book, but haven't bothered with The Man With The Midas Touch, that the second book is so much more comprehensive, containing such detailed information that I really don't know how the authors came across these facts. Their research is so informative.
"It's a great read of over 300 pages...and the design is much improved."
"Having purchased both (though I no longer own the first release), I found the second to be a far better read. Well worth the price of a new CD release!"
Webmaster Ruud (l.) and site owner and author and John Barry biographer Geoff Leonard (r.) are pictured with Sian Barry Prendergast at the British Museum, London in 2011.
Sian and her family had travelled from her home in Sweden for her father's memorial concert at The Royal Albert Hall, which took place on June 20.
Photo © ℗ Ruud Rozemeijer.
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