CD’s and DVD’s

Original Recordings of Julian Slade Shows

THE 2013 LONDON CAST RECORDING OF SALAD DAYS

CD_salad_days (1)Edited from a live recording of the very popular 2012/13 Tete a Tete production of the show at the Riverside Studios, Hammersmith, this brilliant CD, which includes every song and chorus, is the first professional recording of the show since the original in 1954. This new Tete a Tete Salad Days CD is available for just £10+p&p exclusively from Tete a Tete. For full details just click on the Tete a Tete website at www.tete-a-tete.org.uk.

Some other Julian Slade CDs are available from: www.must-close-saturday-records.co.uk, www.sepiarecords.comwww.amazon.co.uk orwww.amazon.com. Other recordings of Julian’s work can be viewed under Salad Days on www.overtures.org.uk

Three Unique CDs. One FREE!

All played, sung and recorded by Julian’s brother, Adrian Slade.

‘The Funny Side of Slade’

funny_side_CDWhen Julian Slade died in 2006 his brother Adrian decided to make a recording of 12 of his funniest lyrics and songs, as a tribute to his wit. The technical quality of the recording is not perfect because it was originally made on tape at home and then re-mastered digitally for CD. Nevertheless the words of the songs are clear and the fun is appreciable. Get a flavour of the CD by clicking Listen below.

‘Cleopatra’ – Listen… ‘Olivier Revivified’ – Listen… ‘Charity Ball’ – Listen… ‘Bare Facts’- Listen…
‘Christmas Shopping’- Listen…

 

‘Late Night Slade’

lat_night_slade_CDA studio recorded CD that features 21 of the cabaret songs and monologues of Adrian Slade, written and performed by him in BAOR, Cambridge, and London venues and at social/charitable occasions across the country between 1955 and 1963. Here is a unique commentary in words and song on those social and political times of transition before the swinging ‘60s kicked in.

Many of the songs were performed in Cambridge Footlights cabarets between 1957 and 1959 when Adrian’s cabaret partners were John Drummond and Joe Melia, followed by Geoffrey Pattie and Peter Cook. Get a flavour of the CD by clicking Listen below.

‘Deb’s Delight’ – Listen… ‘Double Bore’- Listen… ‘Grin & Lehrer‘ – Listen… ‘Ashes to Ashes’ – Listen…
‘Status Quo’ – Listen… ‘Breathing’ – Listen…

Cleoweb_250FREE 2011 recording of ‘Cleopatra’

The website is often asked for the words of Julian’s ‘Cleopatra’ from ‘Salad Days’. That is not possible because they are not in separate print but perhaps this CD goes one better? This recording is FREE with every order.

£10 per CD (inc p&p and 1 FREE ‘Cleopatra’ CD) or £16 FOR 2 (inc p&p and 1 FREE ‘Cleopatra’ CD). Maximum order: 2 of each CD for £32 (inc p&p) Your delivered order would include 2 FREE ‘Cleopatra’ CDs).


Available for purchase (UK only) by e-mail request to: adrian.slade@talktalk.net, or by post (with cheque) to: 
Adrian Slade, 28 St Leonards Road, London, SW14 7LX. (Telephone: 0208 392 1955) ALL cheques must be made payable to Adrian Slade and posted to this address. No credit card payments. Allow 14 days for delivery to the name and address you have provided.


time_of_my_life_front‘The Time of My Life’ – A special Julian Slade DVD

By kind permission of Sir Cameron Mackintosh, visitors to this website can see extracts from this unique DVD recording of a special evening staged by Sir Cameron in honour of Julian Slade at the Theatre Royal Bristol in 2004. The occasion being celebrated was the 50th anniversary of the first night of ‘Salad Days’ but this specially staged show also celebrated all the musical work of Julian Slade.

Among many familiar faces from the theatre the large cast included Anthony Andrews, Alex Jennings, Rosie Ashe, Anna-Jane Casey, Christopher Biggins, and Simon Green.

Featuring many songs from Julian’s shows, the original performance ran for 75 minutes. Here is a unique opportunity to get the flavour of the occasion itself the occasion itself and some of Julian’s songs in four extracts from the DVD. Just click on the links below. The fourth extract features Julian and Cameron Mackintosh at the end of the show, the very last time Julian was seen on stage.

 

‘Let The Grass Grow’

‘Mummy Doesn’t Like Me’

‘Pull Yourself Together’

‘We Said We Wouldn’t Look Back’