Denman Discs appears to have been a custom-recording organization: one of those companies which, for a fee, would record amateur or semi-pro acts and get limited numbers of singles, EPs or LPs pressed for them. It was based in Parliament Street, Nottingham, and it issued at least ten records in the late '70s - albums and EPs shared the same DD-100 numbering series. The Denman Discs label is understandably rare, if not much sought-after. The Vroom  'A' single was by Bill Maynard, of 'Selwyn Froggit' fame. Pressing of the Dick Pleasant EP 'Holiday In Hawaii' (DD-108; 1978) seems to have been by Orlake. Thanks to Robert Lyons For The Info.

76 Dave Betton  Mother DENMAN DISCS DD 100
76 Alister Jons Alister Jons And His Magic Guitar DENMAN DISCS DD 101
76 Linda Collins Only Time DENMAN DISCS DD 102
77 Rain This Is Rain (Album) DENMAN DISCS DD 103
77 Johnny `Snowball` Le Roy He'll Have To Go DENMAN DISCS DD 104
77 David Whitfield With The Carlton And District Male Voice Choir Land Of Hope And Glory DENMAN DISCS DD 105
78 Dave Betton  At Your Request (Album) DENMAN DISCS DD 106
78 Al Thorne  World Is Mine DENMAN DISCS DD 107
78 Pleasant Dick Holiday In Hawaii DENMAN DISCS DD 108
78 Vroom Stock Car Racing Is Magic DENMAN DISCS DD 109

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