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Matt Berry - Television Themes

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"It's a covers album, just an appreciation of a time when the signature tune and title sequence were both important elements within the overall theme, atmosphere and tone of a television show. I've always loved these now lost, rare and in some cases forgotten themes so, as with everything I do artistically, I set out to please myself and capture these gems as best as I could and make them available on vinyl, some possibly for the first time?"

BAFTA award winning actor Matt Berry returns with a new album, entitled Television Themes released on October 5th. Inspired by his youth, it's a collection of TV theme tunes that have not only influenced Berry but undergone a fascinating and unique metamorphosis under his musical stewardship.

Television Themes was recorded on his own and with his regular band The Maypoles in his newly built studio. It includes favourites from the 60', 70's, and 80's such as Are You Being Served? and Rainbow alongside lesser known themes from Picture Box and Wildtrak amidst those that transcend the decades, Doctor Who and Top Of The Pops…

Combining his love of music production and his passion for the 'signature tune', Television Themes sees Berry enhance his musical reputation following the success of his previous releases encapsulating Berry's formative years as a viewer and paired with his boundless appetite for music - be it psych-folk, electronica, jazz or Prog. Genre-defying, mixed with a love of nostalgia, Matt Berry once again finds a home at the small but perfectly formed London-based independent label Acid Jazz Records. It really is a release that perfectly fits the label.

Side A:
Are You Being Served
The Good Life
London Weekend Television
Blankety Blank
Top Of The Pops
Picture Box
The Liver Birds

Side B:
Thames Television
Rainbow
Doctor Who
Wildtrack
World In Action
Sorry
Open University