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Interprète:

The National Band Of New Zealand

Titre:

The National Band of New Zealand at Expo '70

Genre:

Militaire

Taille de l'album MP3:

1380 mb

Label:

World Record Club

Classement:

4.9

Style:

Brass Band

Pays:

New Zealand

Date de publication:

1970

Catalogue:

SLZ.8318

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Tracklist

1Now Is The Hour
2Invercargill
3Trombola (Trombola Trio)
4Knight of the Road
5Hymn from the Meistersingers
6Watching The Wheat
7Through Bolts and Bars
8Now Is The Hour
9Sousa on Parade
10Festival Fanfare and the Star Spangled Banner
11Amparito Roca
12Manhatten

Crédits

  • EngineerFrank Douglas
  • Music DirectorElgar Clayton, Lloyd Thorne
  • Photography ByReginald McGovern
  • ProducerPeter Caithness, Reginald McGovern

Remarques

Likely second issue on World Record Club (First issues were on Salem)

Three-tier flipback sleeve

Codes-barres

  • Matrix / Runout (S1 - Etched): XPS 5065 A
  • Matrix / Runout (S2 - Etched): XPS 5065 B

Entreprises

  • Record Company – Salem
  • Record Company – E.M.I. Records (N.Z.) Ltd.

Album

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