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Cavendish Rarities

Cavendish Rarities
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1x Vinyl LP



Release date

Jun 23, 2023

Take one of the oldest library labels of the world, entrust its incomparable catalogue to the expert hands of two records scouts and sampling enthusiasts, and you get Cavendish Rarities, an exceptional 12-inch vinyl gathering brilliant producers who made the reputation of this prestigious Music Library founded in London in 1937.

For the first time on Beatsqueeze Records, Mister Modo and Ugly Mac Beer have selected 13 original tracks impregnated with vintage spirit and cinematographic atmospheres, signed with Cavendish in the 70’s by Trevor Duncan, Ray Davies or Dennis Farnon.

A unique compilation on vinyl only, edited by two passionate crate diggers, for all music lovers in perpetual quest of rare pearls and fans of great old school sound!


South Bound – Dennis Farnon


Wheeler Dealer – Trevor Duncan


Pardon??? – Dennis Farnon


Tournament – Dennis Farnon


Border Incident – Dennis Farnon


Monomania – Ray Davies


Snowmobile – Dennis Farnon


The Trackers – Dennis Farnon


Secret Mission – Ray Davies


Gin And Tonic – Dennis Farnon


The Rally – Dennis Farnon


You Were Right I Was… – Trevor Duncan


Two Bars – Pete Moore

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