R.A.A.F. Central Band Under The Baton Of Squadron Leader L. H. Hicks L.R.A.M., A.R.C.M. - 60 Men In A Power Dive

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R.A.A.F. Central Band Under The Baton Of Squadron Leader L. H. Hicks L.R.A.M., A.R.C.M. - 60 Men In A Power Dive
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  • Singer:
    R.A.A.F. Central Band
  • Album Title:
    60 Men In A Power Dive
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  • Info:
    Label: Planet Records ‎– PZ 022
    Type: Vinyl, 7", 45 RPM, EP
    Country: Australia
    Date of released: 1958
    Category: Brass & Military
    Style: Military
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    1472 megabytes
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    1540 megabytes
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Tracklist

A1 American Patrol 3:24
A2 High Society 2:44
B1 It Must Be Jelly 3:13
B2 Auditorium Session 3:31

Companies, etc.

  • Published By – Chappell's ∙ Sydney
  • Published By – D. Davis & Co. Pty Ltd

Credits

  • Artwork [Art] – Gordon Wall, Helen Powell
  • Directed By [Musical Direction] – Bob Crawford
  • Engineer [Sound] – Marcus Herman
  • Photography [Photo] – "Aeronautics", London

Notes

Laminated picture sleeve, the notes state the following:
"The Military band
The R.A.A.F. Central Band is a Military Band and must not be confused with a brass band, which is a completely different ensemble altogether. Briefly a Military band is a symphony orchestra without strings. The major difference is that a Brass Band is essentially brass instruments, trumpets, tubas, trombones, euphoniums, basses, etc. Whereas in addition to their brass section, a Military band has clarinets, oboes, full percussion sections, including vibraphone, timpani, etc., bassoon, hard, saxophones, etc. In Australia and N.Z. the Brass Band holds much higher place in the community than most countries in the world, and so the confusing of the two musical ensembles, though hard to understand, is extremely common in these countries. The R.A.A.F. Central Band is among the best Military Bands in the world."

Publishers: Chappell, Davis

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