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There Must Be A Way - Various - The Great British Dance Bands (CD)

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  1. Taukree says:
    The Great British Dance Bands, a Various Artists Compilation. Released in on Past Perfect (catalog no. PPCD ; CD). Genres: British Dance Band.
  2. Mikataxe says:
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of The Great British Dance Bands - A Nostalgic Collection on Discogs.
  3. Kajinos says:
    Great British Dance Bands. CD:PPCD / CASSETTE: / RUNNING TIME: "This is a CD every lover of British Dance Music MUST have." In Tune Magazine Jack Hylton: Did You Mean It? Ambrose: I Guess I'll Have To Change My Plan sound clip Henry Hall: Got To Dance My Way To Heaven Joe Loss: You Go To My Head sound clip Brian Lawrance.
  4. Zulugrel says:
    Great British Dance - Great British Dance Bands - fuddcalnorogilrafuddmeddhenlidisvess.coinfo Music Skip to main content Best of British Dance Bands / Various Various Artists. out of 5 stars 9. Audio CD. $ There Must Be A Way Chewing A Piece Of Straw Little Things That Mean So Much/5(9).
  5. Zolomuro says:
    British service dance bands. The Squadronaires are a Royal Air Force band which became the best known of the British service dance bands during the Second World War, with hits like "There's Something in the Air" and "South Rampart Street Parade".They played at dances and concerts for service personnel, broadcast on the BBC and recorded on the Decca label.
  6. Gubei says:
    On one hand there is the title of Very Best of British Dance Bands, not just the best but the very best, implying at the least some kind of honing of fuddcalnorogilrafuddmeddhenlidisvess.coinfo there is the actual large cast of characters that is featured, providing the impression that just about any musician associated with a British dance band or fool that could wave a baton must have made it onto this compilation.
  7. Yozshura says:
    This CD has a cross-section of mostly hot dance band sides by British bands of the period. Engineer Robert Parker's ability to give vintage music the sound of stereo is very much in evidence. There are 16 different orchestras heard on one song apiece, including Jack Hylton, Fred Elizalde ("Singapore Sorrows"), Ambrose, Billy Cotton ("Somebody Stole My Gal"), Lew Stone, Ray Noble, and.
  8. Donos says:
    There's a reasonably exhaustive 6-page guide inside the heavyweight card box, giving a who's-who on the performers. A whole wealth of bands, who provided some classic hits over the BBC airwaves during the War, along with putting on the style in hotels & dance halls in the UK and abroad during the Dance .

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