Celebrating 90 years of Decca. Recorded by baritone Roy Henderson, this 24-minute piece is Frederick Delius' setting of Walt Whitman's poetry to music, creating a shifting, gentle piece, that has always remained a firm favourite of fans of the composer. This recording is presented twice: a 'needle drop' flat transfer of the original 1929 recording on the A sides of the 3 discs, and then a cleaned up as much as possible version on the B sides. Both sides will be available digitally on a download card. 'Sea Drift' is housed in a beautiful, gold and black embossed 10-inch circular tin, which replicates the majesty of that early label - a bust of Beethoven presiding over the bold claim 'The Supreme Record'. Each set has a numbered fact sheet, and the records themselves are protected by die cut foam discs.