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Mitch Murray's Top Ten Set and Sheet Set

We are delighted to present our latest top 10, the career of songwriter-composer, producer and author, Mitch Murray CBE.
This incredible set of ten dynamic stamps depicts the highlights of Mitch Murray's career, beginning with his first number one records and concluding with his life on the Isle of Man.

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  • In 2019, Mitch was awarded a CBE in recognition of his many years’ service to the music industry worldwide in a variety of creative and fields.  This set of ten remarkable stamps highlight many of Mitch's song writing accomplishments, including his hit records, awards and concluding with his life on the Isle of Man. 

    We are also excited to announce a WORLD FIRST, with Mitch's brand new composition ‘The Mannin Suite’ being made available first and exclusively, for a limited period, ‘Zap-access-only’. This means that the only place you can hear this work is via this stamp collection.

    *Stamp illustrations are sample images only and do not include an active Zappar code. 

    The ZAPPAR App 

    Inspired by the beauty of the Island he has called home for half of his life, the song-writing legend has been back at work producing a wonderfully evocative symphonic tribute to this magical land with the help of his daughters Mazz and Gina, both West End and recording stars.

    To hear this world premiere on your phone or device the process is simple – you download the free Zappar app which opens up a camera view in ‘scanning’ mode. Once the app detects our Zapcode logo watch and listen to enjoy this unique and exclusive work by one of our most-loved British composers of the modern era.

    For assistance with the Zap app 09:00 – 17:00 GMT Monday to Friday please email stamps@iompost.com

    Outside office hours please email maxine.cannon@iompost.com

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