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Releases on file (13)
Small Faces — Small Faces Small Faces — Small Faces
(Decca LK 4790, 1966, LP)
Genesis — From Genesis to Revelation Genesis — From Genesis to Revelation
(Decca SKL 4990, 1969, LP)
Caravan —  If I Could Do It All Over Again, I'd Do It All Over You Caravan — If I Could Do It All Over Again, I'd Do It All Over You
(Decca SKL-R 5052, 1970, LP)
Caravan — Waterloo Lily Caravan — Waterloo Lily
(Decca SDL 8, 1972, LP)
Camel — Moonmadness Camel — Moonmadness
(Decca TXS-R 115, 1976, LP)
The Moody Blues — Octave The Moody Blues — Octave
(Decca TXS 129, 1978, LP)
Stomu Yamash'ta — Prison Song / Turris Campanarum Sonantium / Seasons Stomu Yamash'ta — Prison Song / Turris Campanarum Sonantium / Seasons
(Decca 430 005-2, 1972/1990, CD)
Camel — A Live Record Camel — A Live Record
(Decca 8829282, 1978/2002, 2CD)
Camel — The Snow Goose Camel — The Snow Goose
(Decca 8829302, 1975/2002, 2CD)
Camel — Rain Dances Camel — Rain Dances
(Decca 531 4610, 1977/2009, CD)
Ryuichi Sakamoto — Playing the Piano / Out of Noise Ryuichi Sakamoto — Playing the Piano / Out of Noise
(Decca 2717100, 2009, 2CD)
Wishbone Ash — Argus Wishbone Ash — Argus
(Decca MCA 088 112 816-2, 1972/2010, CD)
Ryuichi Sakamoto — Three Ryuichi Sakamoto — Three
(Decca 3736645, 2012, CD)

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