Decca's trump cards: Michael Ball

James Hanley

One of Decca’s biggest-selling acts on the legendary label, as it marks 90 years in business.


“I’m quite a new boy, since I’ve been doing the Ball & Boe stuff. Alfie was already signed to Decca, I was signed to Universal for a long time and a number of record companies were interested in us but there was, in my mind, absolutely no question. Decca was the place for us.”


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