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Alice Cooper and Rick Wakeman are among the performers on DECCA CLASSICS new symphonic version of Pink Floyds legendary album Wish You Were Here, released to mark its 40th anniversary.The London Orion Orchestra were joined by the guitarists Dave Fowler and Steve Mc Elroy from The Australian Pink Floyd Show to record Wish You Were Here Symphonic, a project produced and masterminded by Pete Smith, working with the New Zealand conductor, Peter Scholes, who arranged the tracks and conducted the recording: the album was recorded, mixed and mastered at the world famous Abbey Road studios in London where the original Pink Floyd album was made.Our hand-picked, highly trained, entertaining and comedic tour guides are the best in the business and will help you experience an authentic London you may not have known. You will see more, learn more and laugh more while understanding the astonishing history of the Capital, taking the photos and selfies of a lifetime, and enjoying the glorious sights of London.Our brilliant tour guides come from a variety of entertainment backgrounds and will bring you a tour like no other.Our recent updates ensure quality images and sharp, clear voices using high definition sound and the latest webcam chat technology.Instead of having to fill out the extended profile found on traditional dating sites, you can now instantaneously logon to our chat sessions and speak to your potential soul mate in real time.
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Two landmark concertos receive sensational performances in Janine Jansens latest recording for Decca, set for international release in November 2015.
The Dutch violinist, described by The Times as a player you follow wherever she leads, presents her profound insights into Johannes Brahmss monumental Violin Concerto and youthful Bla Bartks Violin Concerto No.1.
Despite the roads being busy we felt safe with the driver that we had. The tour guide was very informative and comical at times. We travelled with 2 young children who really enjoyed it as much as we did. Definitely go for the top deck as you see so much more. After walking thousands of steps I wanted to sit and have a comfortable tour with a real live tour guide. The tour was £21 in comparison to the other tours at £30.
We got to see all London’s top attraction as well as parts we never knew about. We hit a multitude of places on the almost an 1 1/2 hour tour (it’s not hop ….