It may seem strange to read this now, but in 1978 when Sea Stone were punting their ‘Mirrored Dreams’ album around the record labels at the time, the general record labels thought it was “too Christian” and the Christian labels thought it was “too secular” (We suspect they meant it was a bit loud and too heavy rock for delicate Christ1an ears at that time!!!). Anyway, because of this, Sea Stone’s leader, Simon Law, set up his own label and pressed a 1,000 LPs. From that initial release the label grew and released more and more titles. In 1991, I (Keith Dixon) became a partner in the record label and then in 2010 I set up Doxmedia Aggregation and then in 2014 lauched Dox Music Services – and here we are now!
Because of the limited run release by a UK specialist/niche label, good condition copies of the original LP are worth a good bit of money but obviously this album has a special place in our hearts!