more magic from eric jupp and his music
Columbia Australia SCXO 7876 (196? LP)

The Modern Magic
Columbia Australia SCXO 7903 (196? LP)

making it happen
Columbia Australia SCXO 7927 (196? LP)

the romantic magic
Columbia Australia SCXO 7994 (197? LP)

no strings attached
Columbia Australia SOEX 9951 (1972 LP)

a world of magic
Columbia Australia SOEX 9660 (197? LP)

Eric Jupp
The Jupp brand of music is for relaxing, for dreaming, for dining, dancing, or just doing absolutely nothing at all.

He was born in Brighton, England and began to study piano at seven years of age. Left school at 14 and joined the RAF at the outbreak of the war. When the war ended, he went to London and began writing arrangements for top orchestras such as Stanley Black and Ted Heath. In 1951 he formed his own orchestra at the request of the BBC and began doing regular broadcasts. He has also written the music for a number of films. Jupp came to Australia for a brief period in 1960 under short-term contract to the ABC. He returned to England, but the following year he was invited back to join the ABC as musical advisor of its light entertainment depart in Sydney. Shortly after he formed an orchestra for a weekly radio series, now seen in 29 countries overseas as well as Australia. Since early 1968 Eric Jupp has made his home in Norfolk Island, a pine studded island in the Pacific Ocean famous as the home of the Bounty descendants. From here, he commutes regularly by air to the mainland for his TV, radio and film work. – Valda Marshall
(from cover of More Magic - EMI Australia)