Independent label: Keswick Records first release was a single in praise of Carlisle United football club, 'Looking Good', by Tim Barker and the Carlisle United Singers (KES-001; 1974). The club was enjoying a purple patch at the time, but even if every one of its supporters had bought the single it still wouldn't have sold a huge number of copies; that may explain why it's not often seen nowadays. Subsequent singles had white labels rather than blue-and-white ones. If catalogue numbers are anything to go by, the company would appear to have released just four singles in four years. It seems a rather slow rate of issue, but there you go. Numbering was in a KES-000 series. Keswick Records operated out of 28, Elfort Rd, London, N5 1AZ. Distributed By Keswick Records. Thanks to Robert Lyons For The Info.
Tim Barker & Carlisle United Singers
Trevor Keys & Rainbow
Won'T You Be There At The Great
The Jubilee Pageant Fair Song