Compilations

Not_Forgotten_2400Not Forgotten: the best of John Howard, Vol. 2

This second volume of some of John Howard’s most popular tracks features recordings which have become his most downloaded in recent years. Including: The Dilemma of The Homosapien, Believe Me, Richard, Lion In My Winter and his 2012 single Ballad of Sam Mary Ann, these 13 tracks give a great overview of John’s more recent career.

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Sketching The LandscapeSketching The Landscape: Demos 1973-1979

A fascinating collection of John’s previously unreleased 1970s demos, including 1973’s ‘Guess Who’s Coming To Dinner’ and his first ever recording made with Trevor Horn in 1977.

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Creating ImpressionsCreating Impressions:Singles & Rarities 1980-1990

In the early 1980s John recorded several singles which have not been commercially available for many years, some of them are included on this compilation, as well as material which sees its commercial release for the first time here. Included are the Steve Levine productions and John’s last single release, 1984s ‘Nothing More To Say But Goodbye’, a Radio 2 favourite at the time.

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Making Tracks: Curios and CollectablesMaking Tracks: Curios & Collectables 2001-2009

This is the third compilation in the series of outtakes and rarities. Featuring many previously unreleased recordings, including John’s take on Michael Weston King’s Beautiful Lies and Kevin Coyne’s I Only Want To See You Smile as well as outtakes from the albums Barefoot With Angels and Navigate Home.

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These Fifty Years: The Best Of John HowardThese Fifty Years: The Best of John Howard

35 years since John’s debut album was released comes this 18 track Best Of, featuring some of his most popular tracks, plus two brand new previously unreleased recordings made specially for this album.

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These Fifty Years: The Best of John Howard

The CD version of ‘These Fifty Years – The Best of John Howard Vol.1’ now has a new glossy booklet, completely redesigned by Christian Cook, who did the sleeve designs for ‘Hello, My Name Is’ and ‘Live at The Servant Jazz Quarters’.

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