Romantic Guitars was a compilation CD issued by the British label Hallmark in 1995. At that time Hallmark was still a label that put out quality releases rather than the dubbed-from-vinyl issues that have since become its stock in trade.
Denny Wright (more about him in a minute) was featured on seven of the 18 tracks on Romantic Guitars, with other contributions by Dick Abell and Jean-Claude Aprile.
Wright (1924-1992) was a British jazz and session guitarist best known for his association with skiffle musician Lonnie Donegan in the 1950s, where his playing attracted the attention of a young Paul McCartney. "I loved Carl Perkins, Chuck Berry, Buddy Holly and Lonnie Donegan's guitarist, Denny Wright, who was fantastic," McCartney told Guitarist magazine in 2004.
Wright also performed with jazz musicians such as Stephane Grappelli and Digby Fairweather and provided guitar on hits by the likes of Tom Jones, Dusty Springfield and Mary Hopkin.
No date is given for the recordings on Romantic Guitars nor are there any other session details. Below is one of Wright's contributions.
Try a Little Tenderness
Although the Romantic Guitars CD has long been out of print, the tracks by Wright and Abell are available on a download album from several sources.
Judging from this YouTube offering, Denny Wright had a bit of talent on the banjo as well.