Below are a selection of the CD's that Mary has made over the years for a variety of record labels. Additional recordings can be found on iTunes.
A fabulous collection of some of the great songs that were hits in the 60s including You're My World, Everlasting Love, Downtown, What Are You Doing The Rest Of Your Life? I Only Want To Be With You, Monday Monday, God Only Knows and many more. With The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Richard Balcombe and also featuring vocalists Abbie Osmon, Alison Jiear and Graham Bickley.
Mary sings classic Gershwin songs re-imagined and arranged by Philip Mayers with string orchestra and piano. 15 great songs including 'Nice Work', 'But Not For Me', 'For You, For Me, For Evermore', 'A Foggy Day' and 'Embraceable You'
MARY CAREWE - vocals
PHILIP MAYERS - piano
THE SWONDERFUL ORCHESTRA
A collection of some of pop music's greatest songs including 'Joleen', 'Someone Like You', 'You've Got A Friend', 'Time After Time', 'You're So Vain', 'At Seventeen' and 'Sisters Are Doin' It For Themselves'.
Mary Carewe and Mae McKenna honour the female singer-songwriters.
A collection of some of the greatest pop songs ever written including 'Anyone Who Had A Heart', '24 Hours From Tulsa', 'Say A Little Prayer', 'Walk On By', 'Alfie' etc With the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Richard Balcombe.
'Life is a cabaret', someone said, or sang, and perhaps the reverse would have to be true as well. So welcome to this cabaret and welcome to life – life as it is lived in the early hours, or more likely as it is remembered, and dreamed of, and hoped for. Lucklessness is the main dish, with irony on the side, and a squeeze of optimism.
MARY CAREWE (voice)
PHILIP MAYERS (piano, arrangement)
A collection of the greatest songs from Rodgers & Hammerstein's hit musicals. With the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra featuring Mary Carewe, Ria Jones, Michael Dore and Graham Bickley conducted by David Firman.
Featuring theme music and classic songs including 'Goldfinger', Licence To Kill', 'Dr No', 'Diamonds Are Forever', 'Live And Let Die', 'For Your Eyes Only' and many, many more! With the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, Mary Carewe and Simon Bowman. Conducted by Carl Davis.
This disc brings together for the first time a comprehensive collection of all the surviving music that Benjamin Britten wrote during the 1930s for the General Post Office (GPO), Southern Railways and other organisations. BCMG conducted by Martyn Brabbins.
Karl Jenkins’ Christmas offering for choir and orchestra, soprano and trumpet.
From Karl Jenkins’ notes:
"I have revisited my past and re-introduced the ethnic sound of Adiemus, featuring Mary Carewe, who sang on the first Adiemus album Songs of Sanctuary".
Mary features on these live recordings of concerts and radio broadcasts with the BBC Radio Orchestra and a variety of other soloists including Michael Ball, Claire Moore, Denis Quilley, Glyn Kerslake, Rosemary Ashe et al.
Buy – Celebrating Sondheim ›
Buy – Tribute to Kander & Ebb ›
Buy – Tribute To Jerry Herman ›
Mary has been involved in the Adiemus projects with composer Karl Jenkins since the first album ‘Songs of Sanctuary’. With Miriam Stockley she recorded all the voices for the choir that is synonymous with the Adiemus sound. The song ‘Adiemus’ is one of the most played tracks on Classic FM.