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ATASNGL020 | 2020-06-19  
The funky, atmospheric, evocative and sometimes downright weird output of companies such as DeWolfe, Cavendish, Burton and the ubiquitous KPM have always been a guiding inspiration for ATA Records, as evidenced in the spooky soundtrack works of The Sorcerers, the big band brass of The Yorkshire Film & Television Orchestra and even in the soul-jazz of The Lewis Express ('Theme From The Watcher).
Everything released on ATA is written and guided by the label heads Neil Innes and Pete Williams, who frequently dip their toes in the Library pond while working on other projects. These occasional one-off tracks have accumulated over the past few years and have now found a home on the first volume of an ongoing series :The Library Archive
The track Kaye Okay is the lead digital single from this album and features the brass section of The Yorkshire Film & Television Orchestra in a funky big band track very much in the vein of Keith Mansfield, Brian Bennet or Alan Hawkshaw.

"Holy F*$K this sounds great! ATA really smash the classic British Library sound . 10 out of 10" - Shawn Lee (Legere records, Soho radio)
"This album will satisfy video and film editors on different levels. A worthy library album in today's market" - Alan Hawkshaw (Library Legend)

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