New Titles Audio and Video May 2014 (arrived in April)



Legends of the acoustic guitar : laid back licks & playful picks.
Juba dance, Guy Davis featuring Fabrizio Poggi.
A day in Nashville, Robben Ford.
Songs from the road, Joanne Shaw Taylor.


Amazing grace, George Jones.


Eventide, Voces8.
Voces8 are an award winning a cappella octet from the United Kingdom.
The symphonies, Brahms.
Riccardo Chailly’s recording of the Brahms symphonies with the Gewandhaus Orchestra was an award winner and one crtic said "Chailly combines fiery athleticism with the warmly blended tonalities of the wonderful Leipzig orchestra".
Sesto libro di madrigali, 1611, Carlo Gesualdo.
A Gramophone Editor's Choice.
Ritual, Keith Jarrett, Dennis Russell Davies.
Album of contemporary classical music written by Keith Jarrett and performed on solo piano by Dennis Russell Davies
3 piano concerti 'a quattro', Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart.
Slávka Pechocova-Vernerova (piano) and Prazak Quartet.
Concert arias, Mozart.
Rolando Villazon and London Symphony Orchestra.
Douce France., Anne Sofie von Otter
"This disc of chansons and melodies, full of delicious variety, ranges from Hahn, Ravel and Saint-Saëns to Ferré, Charles Trenet, Lemarque, Moustaki and Barbara. Von Otter's voice has a greater mellowness, and just the right hint of huskiness, to conjure the salon atmosphere," said The Guardian critic.
Essential Tavener., Tavener
Featuring Nicola Benedetti, Natalie Clein, The Holst Singers, London Philharmonic, etc.
Aida, Giuseppe Verdi.
1997 open-air staging has Giorgio Croci conducting the Stagione d'Opera Italiana and a cast that includes Pauletta de Vaughn, Bruno Sebastian, Adriana Nicolai and Walter Donati.


Anthology, The Hamilton County Bluegrass Band.
The oaks they will bow, The Tiny Lies.
Country banjo, Jenny Blackadder, New Zealand's Queen of the Banjo.
The river & the thread, Rosanne Cash.
Blue smoke, Dolly Parton.


Dream a little dream, Pink Martini & the Von Trapps.
Ladies and gentlemen, Pasadena Roof Orchestra.
Simply French divas. Disc 4, Les divas.
Simply French divas. Disc 3, Josephine Baker.
Memories : the ultimate collection, Richard Clayderman.
Take me home : songs of John Denver, Bevan Gardiner.
Simply French divas. Disc 2, Juliette Greco.
Simply French divas. Disc 1, Edith Piaf.
Love letters, Andre Rieu & his Johann Strauss Orchestra.
Only one man, Russell Watson.


From the sea to the land beyond, British Sea Power.
Mandela, long walk to freedom : original motion picture soundtrack.
One chance : original motion picture soundtrack.
The twilight saga. Forever : love songs from the Twilight saga.


A rise in the road, Yellowjackets.
Kin, Pat Metheny Unity Group.
Nerve, The Jac.
The Rhinebeck sessions, Spyro Gyra.
The standards, Gloria Estefan.
Gadditude, Steve Gadd Band.
Pushing the world away, Kenny Garrett.
Saturday morning : La Buissonne studio sessions, Ahmad Jamal.
New Orleans gumbo, Dr. John meets Donald Harrison.
Five years later, Ralph Towner, John Abercrombie.
Sarah + 2 ; After hours, Sarah Vaughan.
West Coast cool, Mark Winkler & Cheryl Bentyne.


Sacred flutes : native traditions.
Final call, Kitaro.


Don't stop the party : your Summer mix tape 2014.
Flesh + blood, John Butler Trio.
Love me for a reason : the collection, Boyzone.
Pioneer Lane, The Watson Twins.
Soul lounge. 10.
Greatest hits, Joan Baez.
Say grace, Sam Baker.
The blessed unrest, Sara Bareilles.
The same sun, Sharon Corr.
The singer and the song, Bob Dylan vs Pete Seeger.
Wanderlust, Sophie Ellis-Bextor.
Freedom, Rebecca Ferguson.
Give the people what they want, Sharon Jones & the Dap-Kings.
Black panties, R. Kelly.
Still green, Patty Larkin.
Noi due, Eros Ramazzotti.
Answer ballads, David Rotheray.
You should be so lucky, Benmont Tench.
Heaven and hell, Vangelis.
Tales from the realm of the queen of pentacles, Suzanne Vega.


Acoustic at the Ryman, Band of Horses.
After the disco, Broken Bells.
Antiphon, Midlake.
Back 2 SQ.1 : The frantic four reunion 2013 : live at Hammersmith Apollo, Status Quo.
BRIT awards 2014.
Desert skies, Beachwood Sparks.
Helios, The Fray.
Live at Jodrell Bank, Elbow.
Live at Rome Olympic Stadium, Muse.
Loveless fascination, Starship ; featuring Mickey Thomas.
Nature's best : 40 NZ number ones 1970-2013.
Nobody, everybody, Clap Clap Riot.
Now that's what I call music! 49.
Now that's what I call running. 2014.
Raggamuffin 2014.
Screaming life ; Fopp, Soundgarden.
Seasons in the abyss, Slayer.
Singles 1985-2014 + rarities, Mike + the Mechanics.
Slang, Def Leppard.
Slow cooked, Deep Fried Dub.
So long, see you tomorrow, Bombay Bicycle Club.
Song book : 1985-2010, Simply Red.
Sounds familiar, Breaks Co-op.
Spiritoso, Calexico.
The B-sides, The Gaslight Anthem.
The homeland recordings, Fly My Pretties.
The wrong side of heaven and the righteous side of hell. Volume 2, Five Finger Death Punch.
Too much information, Maximo Park.
Vengeance falls, Trivium.
World boogie is coming, North Mississippi Allstars.
Little red, Katy B.
Morning phase, Beck.
The eyes of Alice Cooper ; Dirty diamonds, Alice Cooper.
Again, Dave Edmunds.
Dizzy heights, Neil Finn.
Guitar noir, Steve Hackett.
The last great challenge in a dull world, Peter Jefferies.
The flood and the mercy, Ed Kowalczyk.
Has God seen my shadow? : an anthology: 1989-2011, Mark Lanegan.
Winter at the Roxy : the 1976 L.A. broadcast, Lou Reed.
The royal sessions, Paul Rodgers.
High hopes, Bruce Springsteen.
With strings attached : alive and orchestrated, Tiki Taane.
Love songs, Tina Turner.
The King's Head : legendary 1980 radio broadcast, Stevie Ray Vaughan.
G I R L, Pharrell Williams.
Headless in Boston : 1982 live radio broadcast, Warren Zevon.


The music of Nashville. Season 2. Volume 1 : original soundtrack.


Savor flamenco, Gipsy Kings.
Simply Buddhist meditation : 4 CDs of calming meditation music.
The rough guide to the best African music you've never heard.



Hello Wembley!, Michael McIntyre.


The nutcracker, Music by Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky.
Bolshoi Ballet & Boslshio Theatre Orchestra.


Ain't them bodies saints, Written & directed by David Lowery.
Story of an outlaw who escapes from Texas prison. Features Casey Affleck, Keith Carradine and Rooney Mara.
Blood and sand, Directed by Rouben Mamoulian.
Classic film with Tyrone Power, Rita Hayworth and Linda Darnell.
Daleks' invasion earth 2150 A.D., Directed by Gordon Flemyng.
Ferry to Hong Kong, Directed by Lewis Gilbert.
1960s film with Orson Welles, Sylvia Syms and Curt Jurgens.
Fly me to the moon, Directed by Pascal Chaumeil.
French movie with Dany Boon and Diane Kruger.
Fruitvale Station, Written and directed by Ryan Coogler.
Michael B. Jordan and Octavia Spencer in story of a racially motivated crime.
Harvie Krumpet, Written, directed and animated by Adam Elliot.
Animated film about a man who overcomes terrible bad luck in his life.
It happened one night, Directed by Frank Capra.
The classic romantic comedy with Clark Gable and Claudette Colbert.
Kind hearts and coronets, Directed by Robert Hamer.
The brilliant classic black comedy with Alec Guinness and Dennis Price.
Paths of glory, Directed by Stanley Kubrick.
The classic war film with Kirk Douglas.
Quiet flows the Don, Directed by Serghej Bondarchuk.
Classic Russian film of the famous Mikhail Sholokhov novel.
Sister, A film by Ursula Meier.
Swiss drama that was award winner at Berlin Festival.
The butler, Directed by Lee Daniels.
All star cast in the story of a White House butler through the decades.
The fifth estate, Directed by Bill Condon.
Benedict Cumberpatch as Julian Assange.
The snake pit, Directed by Anatole Litvak.
Olivia De Havilland in the film that raised huge issues about mental health treatment.
What's in a name?, Directed by Bernard Murat.
French comedy about a man who wants to name his baby Adolf.
The Odessa file, Directed by Ronald Neame.
Jon Voight in Frederick Forsyth adaptation.
The man who laughs, Directed by Jean-Pierre Ameris
Gerard Depardieu in adaptation of the Victor Hugo novel.
Adoration, Directed by Anne Fontaine.
Naomi Watts and Robin Wright in adaptation of a novella by Doris Lessing.


The Royal Edinburgh Military Tattoo 2013.
The tempest, Thomas Ades.
Grammy Award Winner for the best opera recording.
Peter Grimes, Benjamin Britten.
Featuring Peter Pears, Heather Harper and Ann Robson.
High society, Directed by Charles Walters.
Bing Crosby, Grace Kelly and Frank Sinatra.
The Pirates of Penzance, W.S. Gilbert & Arthur Sullivan.
Recorded at the Sydney Opera House in 2006.


I am, Written and directed by Tom Shadyac.
Fascinating documentary about changing the world.
Pandora's promise, Writer, director, Robert Stone.
2013 documentary film about the nuclear power debate.. Its central argument is that nuclear power, which still faces historical opposition from environmentalists, is a relatively safe and clean energy source which can help mitigate the serious problem of anthropogenic global warming
Sky whisperers = Ranginui, Director, Kathleen Gallagher.
This fascinating environmental feature calls us to a closer intimacy with our skies. Celestial navigators, climatologists, a Nobel prize winning scientist, biodynamic, Maori and radio astronomers, farmers, fishermen and business folk who observe the sky, the air, the stars, the moon and sun cycles. Together they show how we can establish a way of observing, living and doing business which results in non pollution of our skies.
Blackfish, Directed by Gabriela Cowperthwaite.
Focuses on the captivity of Tilikum, a killer whale involved in the deaths of three individuals, and the consequences of keeping killer whales in captivity.
The real dirt on Farmer John, Narrated and written by John Peterson ; directed and produced by Taggart Siegel.
Documentary film directed by Taggart Siegel about the life of Midwestern farmer John Peterson, operator of Angelic Organics. It tells the history of the eccentric farmer's family farm in rural Caledonia, Illinois
The moo man, Filmed and directed by Andy Heathcote
The remarkable story of a maverick farmer and his unruly cows, filmed over four years on the marshes of the Pevensey Levels. In an attempt to save his family farm, Stephen Hook decides to turn his back on the cost cutting dairies and supermarkets, and instead stay small and keep his close relationship with the herd.
Anger within, Directed by Frederic Khan and Stephane Le Goff.
The Jonah Lomu story.
The merry wives of Windsor, Christopher Luscombe, stage director ; Robin Lough, screen director.
The wind in the willows : Griff Rhys Jones in search of Mr Toad., Written & presented by Griff Rhys-Jones.
Paris revealed, Directed by Martin Blanchard.
The gatekeepers, Directed by Dror Moreh.
Documentary on the Arab-Israeli conflict.
Mandela : son of Africa, father of a nation, Directors, Jo Menell, Angus Gibson.


Outrageous fortune. A very Westie Christmas., Creators: James Griffin, Rachel Lang ; John Laing.

Talking Books


City of the lost, Will Adams.
Keane's company, Iain Gale.
The spoils of conquest, Seth Hunter.
At close quarters, Gerald Seymour.


Soulless, Gail Carriger.
Magician's end, Raymond E. Feist.


The missing one, Lucy Atkins.
Of wee sweetie mice and men, Colin Bateman.
No-one ever has sex on a Tuesday, Tracy Bloom.
The disappearance of Emily Marr, Louise Candlish.
The island hideaway, Louise Candlish.
Brother Fish, Bryce Courtenay.
Fishing for stars, Bryce Courtenay.
Fortune cookie, Bryce Courtenay.
Jack of diamonds, Bryce Courtenay.
Matthew Flinders' cat, Bryce Courtenay.
Sylvia, Bryce Courtenay.
The family frying pan, Bryce Courtenay.
The story of Danny Dunn, Bryce Courtenay.
One Sunday, Joy Dettman.
The black tulip, Alexandre Dumas.
The Circle, Dave Eggers.
Towards another summer, Janet Frame.
Access Road, Maurice Gee.
In my father's den, Maurice Gee.
Tempting fate, Jane Green.
Reproduction is the flaw of love, Lauren Grodstein.
Reckless, William Nicholson.
A far cry from Kensington, Muriel Spark.
Memento mori, Muriel Spark.
Sweet Thursday, John Steinbeck.
The lying game, Tess Stimson.


Broken dolls, James Carol.
The valley of fear, Sir Arthur Conan Doyle.
Away with the fairies, Kerry Greenwood.
Forbidden fruit, Kerry Greenwood.
Murder in Montparnasse, Kerry Greenwood.
Murder in the dark, Kerry Greenwood.
Queen of the flowers, Kerry Greenwood.
The Castlemaine murders, Kerry Greenwood.
Unnatural habits, Kerry Greenwood.
Bad monkey, Carl Hiaasen.
A song for the dying, Stuart MacBride.
Cross and burn, Val McDermid.
Halfway house, Ellery Queen.
The Chinese orange mystery, Ellery Queen.
The lake of darkness, Ruth Rendell.
Storm front, John Sandford.
To tell the truth, Anna Smith.
Never coming back : a David Raker thriller, Tim Weaver.


Her brilliant career : ten extraordinary women of the fifites, Rachel Cooke.
Philomena, Martin Sixsmith.
April Fool's Day, Bryce Courtenay.
The counsellor, Cormac McCarthy.


Close to the wind, Zana Bell.
Once bitten, twice shy, Christina Courtenay.
A ring to secure his heir, Lynne Graham.
Ambrosia, Rosanne Kohake.
How to ruin a reputation, Bronwyn Scott.


For a mother's sins, Diane Allen.
The shopkeeper's daughter, Lily Baxter.
Moth to the flame, Joy Dettman.
Ripples on a pond, Joy Dettman.
Heir to Greyladies, Anna Jacobs.
Hope for Hannah, Linda Mitchelmore.
The midnight rose, Lucinda Riley.
Pity the lonely dreamers, Grace Thompson.


Forlorn River, Zane Grey.