Warwick Records (United Kingdom) - Artists

Artists

  • Ronnie Price
  • Bev-Phillips Orchestra
  • Sidney Sax
  • Kenny Baker
  • Stan Roderick
  • Tony Fisher
  • Keith Bird
  • Hamilton 'Pops' Orchestra
  • Vic Flick
  • Brian Daly
  • Neil Richardson Orchestra
  • Jack Emblow
  • Sidney Blair
  • Terry Walsh and The Phantoms
  • Sandy Blair
  • The Mellotronics
  • Gordon Langford
  • The Hammermen
  • The Don Lusher Trio and Orchestra
  • Steam Heat
  • Ronnie Hughes
  • Bert Ezzard
  • Humphrey Lyttleton
  • John Wilbraham
  • Maurice Platt
  • Johnny Edwards
  • Jackie Armstrong
  • Bill Geldard
  • Roy Wilcox
  • Ray Swinfield
  • Derek Collins
  • Ronnie Ross
  • Brian Dee
  • Stan Barrett
  • Bobby Orr
  • Joe Muddel
  • Tristram Fry
  • Leslie Pearson
  • Bert Weedon (The influential English guitarist and composer released those TV-advertised compilations '22 Golden Guitar Greats & 'Let The Good Times Roll' licensed by Polydor Ltd (UK) Ltd.)
  • Acker Bilk (The clarinetist composer released those TV-advertised compilations 'Sheer Magic' & 'Evergreen' & 'Mellow Music' licensed by Pye Records Ltd.)
  • Harry Secombe (The Welsh entertainer released those TV-advertised compilations 'Bless This House' & 'Golden Memories- A Treasury Of 20 Unforgettable Songs' with Moira Anderson)
  • Adrian Brett (The golden flute player released the TV-advertised compilations 'Echoes Of Gold' & 'Stepping Stones')
  • Don Gibson (American songwriter and country musician released the TV-advertised compilations 'Country Number One' & 'Country My Way')
  • Des O'Connor (Successful career as a singer release those TV-advertised compilations 'Just For You- 20 Special Songs' & 'Remember Romance- 20 Great Love Songs')
  • Brotherhood Of Man (British pop group released two albums with the label: Sing 20 Number One Hits (1980) and 20 Disco Greats / 20 Love Songs (1981))

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