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Deck the Hall and Pop the Cork - CDNeil Jenkins This recording could well be called 'Sing-along a Carol' because that is exactly what you'll be doing when you play it - 24 of the all-time favourites sung invitingly by the Neil Jenkins Choir.

From the gentle sounds of Silent night and Away in a manger, through the tongue twisting words of The twelve days of Christmas, the medieval loveliness of The Coventry Carol, to the must-have vivacity of We wish you a merry Christmas, they are all here awaiting your enjoyment.
Deck the Hall and Pop the Cork - MP3Neil Jenkins This recording could well be called 'Sing-along a Carol' because that is exactly what you'll be doing when you play it - 24 of the all-time favourites sung invitingly by the Neil Jenkins Choir.

From the gentle sounds of Silent night and Away in a manger, through the tongue twisting words of The twelve days of Christmas, the medieval loveliness of The Coventry Carol, to the must-have vivacity of We wish you a merry Christmas, they are all here awaiting your enjoyment.
What a Ding Dong! - CDNoel Rawsthorne Noel attacks the organ of Liverpool Cathedral to play carols as you’ve never heard them before!

Take one of the world’s finest organists, playing one of the world’s greatest organs, ask him to work his special magic on many of the world’s favourite Christmas carols and you have ‘What a Ding! Dong!’.

Long before The Beatles merited the title, Noel Rawsthorne, as organist of Liverpool Cathedral, could lay claim to the mightiest Mersey Sound of all. For a quarter of a century from 1955 he thrilled people worldwide with his amazing technique, wondrous versatility and great sense of humour, qualities that are all displayed on this exceptional recording.

Whether Noel Rawsthorne is playing the organ at its quietest, or jazzing it at its loudest, this is all wonderful fun and a must-have for Christmas. Carols will never be the same!
What a Ding Dong! - MP3Noel Rawsthorne Noel attacks the organ of Liverpool Cathedral to play carols as you’ve never heard them before!

Take one of the world’s finest organists, playing one of the world’s greatest organs, ask him to work his special magic on many of the world’s favourite Christmas carols and you have ‘What a Ding! Dong!’.

Long before The Beatles merited the title, Noel Rawsthorne, as organist of Liverpool Cathedral, could lay claim to the mightiest Mersey Sound of all. For a quarter of a century from 1955 he thrilled people worldwide with his amazing technique, wondrous versatility and great sense of humour, qualities that are all displayed on this exceptional recording.

Whether Noel Rawsthorne is playing the organ at its quietest, or jazzing it at its loudest, this is all wonderful fun and a must-have for Christmas. Carols will never be the same!
Songs for a Servant Church - CD Set Backing Tracks Only John Cox, & Various Composers A rich blend of traditional, well-loved tunes and contemporary compositions has yielded this fine collection of hymns and songs that challenge the Church to live up to its calling to be a servant, both of God and his world.

Written out of deep personal faith and a powerful sense of justice and social concern, these hymns and songs will assist congregations in their worship to reflect the gospel imperative to serve in love and truth.

Featuring the following outstanding Kevin Mayhew authors and composers

Malcolm Archer, Jan Berry, Lucy Berry, Rod Boucher, Sean Bowman, Basil Bridge, Michael Cockett, Peter Dainty, Nick Fawcett, Michael Forster, Barbara Glasson, Andrew Grinnell, Susie Hare, Val Hawthorne, Garth Hewitt, Michael Higgins, Jean Holloway, Martin Leckebusch, Edwin Le Grice, Christopher Massey, Colin Mawby, Kevin Mayhew, Andrew Moore, June Nixon, Geoffrey Nobes, Noel Rawsthorne, Alan Rees, Alan Ridout, Betty Roe, Christopher Tambling, Sarah Watts and James Wright.

Edited by John Cox.
Songs for a Servant Church - CD Set With VocalsJohn Cox, & Various Composers A rich blend of traditional, well-loved tunes and contemporary compositions has yielded this fine collection of hymns and songs that challenge the Church to live up to its calling to be a servant, both of God and his world.

Written out of deep personal faith and a powerful sense of justice and social concern, these hymns and songs will assist congregations in their worship to reflect the gospel imperative to serve in love and truth.

Featuring the following outstanding Kevin Mayhew authors and composers

Malcolm Archer, Jan Berry, Lucy Berry, Rod Boucher, Sean Bowman, Basil Bridge, Michael Cockett, Peter Dainty, Nick Fawcett, Michael Forster, Barbara Glasson, Andrew Grinnell, Susie Hare, Val Hawthorne, Garth Hewitt, Michael Higgins, Jean Holloway, Martin Leckebusch, Edwin Le Grice, Christopher Massey, Colin Mawby, Kevin Mayhew, Andrew Moore, June Nixon, Geoffrey Nobes, Noel Rawsthorne, Alan Rees, Alan Ridout, Betty Roe, Christopher Tambling, Sarah Watts and James Wright.

Edited by John Cox.
No Greater Love - MP3Susie Hare A second inspiring collection of 20 deeply moving praise and worship songs, showcasing the wonderful talent of this popular Christian songwriter and pianist.
No Greater Love - CDSusie Hare A second inspiring collection of 20 deeply moving praise and worship songs, showcasing the wonderful talent of this popular Christian songwriter and pianist.
Favourite Catholic Folk Hymns - MP3 Various The Kevin Mayhew hymn writers have contributed thousands of new songs to the worldwide Church for over 40 years. Here are 20 wonderful recordings – a reminder as to why they go on being sung in every nation and every land.


The Kevin Mayhew Writers:
Mike Anderson, Michael Cockett, Madeleine Cuddy, Paul Décha, Michael Forster, John Glynn, Jean-Paul Lécot, Francesca Leftley, Damian Lundy, Gerard Markland, Kevin Mayhew, Christine McCann, Colin Murphy, Aniceto Nazareth, Maria Parkinson, Hubert J. Richards and Estelle White.


Beautifully Sung By:
Sean David, Sian Fawcett, Melissa Hollick, Michael Humphrey, Paul Kelly and Cate Mellor.
50 Favourite Folk Hymns - MP3Various The Kevin Mayhew hymn writers have contributed thousands of new songs to the worldwide Church for over 40 years. Here are wonderful recordings of the 50 most popular – a reminder as to why they go on being sung in every nation and every land.

The Kevin Mayhew Writers
Mike Anderson, Patrick Appleford, John Ballentine, Mary Barrett, Sandra Joan Billington, Eileen Binding, Michael Cockett, Madeleine Cuddy, Keith Duke, Michael Forster, John Glynn, Peter Gonsalves, Ronald Green, Andrew Grinnell, Susie Hare, Jean Holloway, Francesca Leftley, Damian Lundy, Robin Mann, Gerard Markland, Kevin Mayhew, Christine McCann, Colin Murphy, Aniceto Nazareth, Kevin Nichols, David Palmer, Hubert J. Richards, Christopher Tambling, Estelle White and James Wright.

Beautifully sung by
Sean David, Sian Fawcett, Melissa Hollick, Michael Humphrey, Paul Kelly and Cate Mellor.
50 Favourite Folk Hymns - 3CDsVarious The Kevin Mayhew hymn writers have contributed thousands of new songs to the worldwide Church for over 40 years. Here are wonderful recordings of the 50 most popular – a reminder as to why they go on being sung in every nation and every land.

The Kevin Mayhew Writers
Mike Anderson, Patrick Appleford, John Ballentine, Mary Barrett, Sandra Joan Billington, Eileen Binding, Michael Cockett, Madeleine Cuddy, Keith Duke, Michael Forster, John Glynn, Peter Gonsalves, Ronald Green, Andrew Grinnell, Susie Hare, Jean Holloway, Francesca Leftley, Damian Lundy, Robin Mann, Gerard Markland, Kevin Mayhew, Christine McCann, Colin Murphy, Aniceto Nazareth, Kevin Nichols, David Palmer, Hubert J. Richards, Christopher Tambling, Estelle White and James Wright.

Beautifully sung by
Sean David, Sian Fawcett, Melissa Hollick, Michael Humphrey, Paul Kelly and Cate Mellor.
Peace Perfect Peace - CDVarious The Kevin Mayhew hymn writers have contributed thousands of new songs to the worldwide Church for over 40 years. Here are 15 wonderful recordings – a reminder as to why they go on being sung in every nation and every land.

The Kevin Mayhew Writers:
Mike Anderson, Patrick Appleford, Sandra Joan Billington,Michael Cockett, Madeleine Cuddy, Michael Foster,John Glynn, Damian Lundy, Gerard Markland, Kevin Mayhew, Colin Murphy, Aniceto Nazareth and Hubert J. Richards.

Beautifully Sung By:
Sean David, Sian Fawcett, Melissa Hollick, Michael Humphrey, Paul Kelly and Cate Mellor.