2 Fab albums of of instrumentals from the UK scene – 1966's Cool Drinks And Warm Company" and 1965's The Folk Hits – recorded by Brit arranger Mike Leander with a very groovy feel! Cool Drinks has a summer theme, and the tunes have some really fresh instrumentation – played by twin orchestras in the studio, trading lines back and forth in a really cool way – using flute, electric bass, trumpet, tympani, and some especially sweet electric harpsichord to create some of the album's best sounds. Titles include "Goldfinger", "Girl From Ipanema", "People", "Fly Me To The Moon", "Alley Cat
", "Who Can I Turn To", and "Moon River". The Folk Hits finds Leander & the group crafting easygoing, chiming strings and larger instrumentation – celebrating the melodies and tunefulness of some of the bigger names in folk and folk pop of the time! Chorus voices pop into the mix rarely, but it's all about the instrumental grooves, with "Colours", "Mr Tambourine Man", "It Ain't Me Babe", "This Little Bird", "There But For Fortune", "Concrete And Clay" and more.