NOW That’s What I Call Relaxing Classical

Now! That What I Call Relaxing Classical features over 50 of the most popular classical hits, including classics such as Pachelbel’s ‘Canon’, Debussy’s ‘Clair De Lune’ and Allegri’s ‘Miserere’ as well as themes from soundtracks such as Downton Abbey, The King’s Speech and Romeo And Juliet.

The compilation features the most-loved tracks from celebrated vocalists including Alfie Boe, Katherine Jenkins, Il Divo, The Priests & Dame Kiri Te Kanawa, alongside music from upcoming stars, Jack Topping & Gareth Malone’s Voices. Also featured on this incredible album is music from the world-famous classical instrumentalists André Rieu, Einaudi, Miloš & Nicola Benedetti amongst many more!

The definitive album for all classical music lovers.
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Enjoy The Silence

This exclusive digital and vinyl EP features Eric’s choral cover version of Enjoy The Silence by Depeche Mode. Eric has been a huge fan of the band from his teens (joking to this day that his dream is to be their 5th member), and recording Enjoy the Silence has been a long-held ambition. Coupled with Enjoy the Silence is one of his own compositions This Marriage, written for his wife for their seventh wedding anniversary. Sharing the depth of feeling that love evokes, the songs are tender but strong. Both pieces are deeply personal to him and this release is made extra special by being on vinyl with its beautifully warm sound and gorgeous artwork.

Time (Special Edition)

ROD STEWART HAS RETURNED WITH THE SPECIAL EDITION OF HIS SENSATIONAL NUMBER 1 ALBUM TIME, OUT 2ND DECEMBER!



The album includes an exclusive bonus disc featuring three new studio tracks and TEN live tracks recorded at The Troubadour, West Hollywood, earlier this year!

The Hobbit: The Desolation Of Smaug OST

The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug Original Motion Picture Soundtrack features the music of Howard Shore, one of film music’s most respected, honored, and active composers and conductors. “I’m looking forward to introducing you to Smaug,” exclaimed Shore, who previously worked with director Peter Jackson on The Lord of the Rings Trilogy and on The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey.



Jackson added, “Howard Shore’s music soars and enriches way beyond its connection to our images, a unique sound like no other. He truly has created an epic musical world of his own.”


Shore’s music for The Lord of the Rings Trilogy has been performed in numerous concerts internationally. In 2003 he conducted the New Zealand Symphony Orchestra and Chorus in the world premiere of The Lord of the Rings Symphony in Wellington, New Zealand. Since then, the work has been performed nearly 300 times by the world’s most prestigious orchestras, and has been the subject of a book, The Music of The Lord of the Rings Films: A Comprehensive Account of Howard Shore’s Scores.



Included on the soundtrack is I See Fire, a new song created for the film by Ed Sheeran, the 22-year old British singer/songwriter and multi-platinum global phenomenon who was nominated in the prestigious “Song of the Year” category at this year’s 55th Annual Grammy Awards. Sheeran is also a two-time BRIT Award winner and recipient of the highly esteemed Ivor Novello award for best song musically and lyrically in the UK.” “It was such an honor working with Peter Jackson on this song,” Sheeran says. “Not only is he one of my favorite directors of my favorite films, The Hobbit was the first book I ever read as a child, so it means a lot that I get to produce music for the motion picture.”


Elaborating on the collaboration with Jackson, as well as filmmakers Fran Walsh and Philippa Boyens, Sheeran stated, “I was allowed complete freedom to create what I thought was fitting for the film, which is very rare, and Peter, Fran and Philippa were always on hand to give notes and pointers. The entire team down in New Zealand was out of this world. The film is amazing, I’m still geeking out that I’ve done a song for a Peter Jackson film set in Middle-earth!”


“Ed Sheeran is a true Tolkien fan, and also happens to be a brilliant singer-songwriter,” offered Peter Jackson. I See Fire is Ed’s emotional response to the film. It’s perfect.”



The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug Original Motion Picture Soundtrack will be released on December 09, 2013.

Friar Alessandro – Voice Of Joy

We are both proud and delighted to be able to announce news of Friar Alessandro’s new album, Voice Of Joy, a collection of traditional Christmas carols, seasonal melodies and sacred arias, recorded in two very different locations: the United Kingdom and Bethlehem.

Music For Heroes

Music For Heroes is a unique collection which brings together all of the best-selling
military albums in one special package. Truly an album by Heroes, for Heroes,
the compilation includes uplifting, bombastic and celebratory anthems from
The Royal Scots Dragoon Guards, The Central Band of the Royal Air Force,
The Band of H.M. Royal Marines & The Band of the Coldstream Guards.



Tapping into a more reflective sound, the album includes the wonderful Dame Vera Lynn
with (There’ll Be Bluebirds Over) The White Cliffs of Dover and We’ll Meet Again
& bringing us up to date, the smash-hit Wherever You Are and Silver Tassie from
best-selling choral group Military Wives. The album also features guest vocals from tenor Alfie Boe and sopranos Hayley Westenra & Mary-Jess.

Alfie Boe – Trust

‘Trust’ comes after 2012′s hugely successful ‘Storyteller’, a best-selling autobiography ‘Alfie – My Story’, and a sold out UK tour including two nights at The Royal Albert Hall.



Produced by Larry Klein (Joni Mitchell, Tracey Chapman) and featuring the finest musicians including Booker T Jones, Jay Bellerose and Lee Sklar, the album was recorded at the acclaimed The Village Studio in LA.



Tracks include covers of Carol King’s ‘You’ve Got a Friend‘, Jimmy Cliff’s ‘Many Rivers to Cross‘, Bob Dylan’s ‘Forever Young‘ and a whole host of traditional songs.

Made In Chelsea: The Soundtrack Vol.1

The first ever soundtrack for the hugely popular TV show Made In Chelsea is out on 4th November. The first volume features popular tracks featured in the show including M83‘s ‘Midnight City’, The 1975’s ‘The City’, Tom Odell’s ‘Can’t Pretend’, Frank Turner’s ‘Recovery’, and Josh Weller’s ‘I Forgot To Tell You You’re Beautiful’.



The soundtrack also features 2 brand new cover recordings – Woman’s Hour’s take on ‘Bleeding Love’ (originally by Leona Lewis), and The Family Rain’s version of Depeche Mode’s ‘Enjoy The Silence’.

The Tenors – Lead With Your Heart

Victor Micallef, Clifton Murray, Fraser Walters, and Remigio Pereira, who together make The Tenors, were recently referred to as The Buckingham Palace House Band, having been invited back a number of times to perform at private events attended by members of the royal family. With the release of ‘Lead With Your Heart’ it will soon become clear why.



A vocal group without equal, The Tenors have played over 500 shows on five continents and made over 150 TV appearances around the world. Already hugely popular in the States, they have performed on The Emmy Awards and Oprah (where fellow Canadian superstar Celine Dion joined them for a duet), found fans in President Obama and the G20 world leaders, as well as world-class musicians such as Paul McCartney, Sir Elton John, Sting, Natalie Cole, Stevie Wonder and Andrea Bocelli (with whom they have shared the stage). They have also sung with Canadian musicians Justin Beiber, Sarah McLachlan, Paul Anka and David Foster, and performed for British Prime Ministers, Blair and Cameron.




‘Lead With Your Heart’, which showcases their mesmerising, world-class vocals, has already won a JUNO Award and shot to No.1 in both the US Classical and Crossover Charts. The unusual combination of pop and operatic voices, which complement each other perfectly, is irresistibly romantic. The album includes original material, co-written by The Tenors themselves, such as the opening track, You and I (Vinceremo) which is based on the recognisable Bach Cello Suite theme as well as World Stand Still, Journees d’innocence’ and Lullaby (The Smile Upon Your Face), which features the Grammy-winning American trumpeter Chris Botti. There are also new interpretations of classic songs such as Bob Dylan’s hit track, Forever Young’, and Me He Enamorado De Ti (Woman in Love) by Barry and Robin Gibb of the Bee Gees. Also included are timeless favourites such as ‘Amazing Grace’, here arranged by The Tenors, and an impressive Nessun Dorma which pays tribute to the world’s greatest tenor, also signed to Decca, the late Luciano Pavarotti. Not only do they sing (and speak) in five different languages, the four singers also play their own instruments, making The Tenors completely unique.

Hear The Pride – The Music of British Rugby

Hear The Pride – The Music of British Rugby is a specially created compilation in support of The Lions current tour of Australia. The Lions remain unbeaten but are looking ahead to the first Test against Australia on the 22nd of June. Whether English, Irish, Scottish, or Welsh this collection offers some of the most rousing songs known so well to rugby stadiums across the land. Support The Lions this year with a stunning collection of music from the most passionate rugby nations now playing as one.