This contains various works by Satie as performed by Camarata, Bernard Herrmann, London Philharmonic and The London Festival Players.
Obviously these were Phase 4 recordings which have been compiled on this album from 1973. The sound is quite good: very transparent and lively. It does not have the tubey magic that the best of the Golden Age recordings so often have in abundance, but the tonal balance is correct and the overall sound is quite good.
This album contains many of Satie’s most famous works on one LP. I can’t imagine that you will find this music easy to come by on other pressings.