Tod Handley - the recorded legacy

In my tribute to Vernon Handley, who died yesterday, I wrote "His contribution to British music never received the recognition it truly deserved, but we are fortunate that he has left such a rich recorded legacy."

Here is just some of that legacy that will be on my turntable (all images are LP sleeves) in the coming weeks in memory of Tod.














Now read about another forgotten maestro here.
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