and Vibraton (non UK) labels. Only two of the tracks have been reissued since, and that was 'Mexican Flyer' and 'Twelve by Two' on RPMs 'Thriller Memorandum' ( Mood Mosaic Vol.2 ) album (Mexican Flyer incidentally was later sampled for a Sega game ).
Plenty of stand out tracks, Ken's own compositions in particular - 'Mexican Flyer', 'Twelve by Two', 'Fruggy Dukesville', 'Peter Popgunn' and of course the famous 'Town Talk'. This track was taken to the BBC in 1966 for consideration as a Radio sig. tune, it was picked up for the then star DJ Jimmy Young and has remained a sig. tune for over 30 years. "
Notes taken from the RPM official website
"Ken Woodman & His Piccadilly Brass - That's Nice" originally released in 1966 on Strike Records.
"Ken Woodman - The Kenny Woodman Sound" originally released in 1969 on Vibration.