Proving that Deram was, after all, a Decca subsidiary, DM 141 is an easy listening instrumental that very nearly wanders into spaghetti western territory. Can't say that I can tell you who "Martin" is, and why his sounds are all that magical. They released an album on Deram in '68, pictured here, and it is filled with stuff like a "Taste Of Honey". They even did "I Was Kaiser Bill's Batman". Ron Grainer wrote the liner notes, who was known as the composer of music for "The Prisoner", "The Omega Man", "Doctor Who" and "To Sir With Love". Vic Smith took a breather from working with Pink Floyd to engineer these magical sounds. Martin's Magic Sounds.