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Earlscourt Citadel Band - Earlscourt Citadel Band album

Earlscourt Citadel Band - Earlscourt Citadel Band album Performer: Earlscourt Citadel Band
Title: Earlscourt Citadel Band
Style: Brass Band
Size MP3: 1408 mb
Size FLAC: 1806 mb
Rating: 4.2

Citadel Band by Loney Dear, released 06 January 2004 1. Untitled 2. Was It In My Head? 3. I See A Darkness 4. I Do What I Can 5. Ignorant Boy, Beautiful Girl 6. Shivering Green 7. Citadel 8. Never Let It Slip 9. Laissez Faire 10. Over The Mountain. Includes unlimited streaming via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more. Also comes with digital booklet! Purchasable with gift card.

Earls Court 1975 were five concerts performed by the English rock band Led Zeppelin at Earls Court Arena in London in May 1975. The concerts were initially booked for three nights on 23, 24 and 25 May, but due to unprecedented public demand (tickets for the three shows sold out within just four hours), two further dates were added for 17 and 18 May, making total ticket sales 85,000.

Citadel is the third studio album by American progressive rock band Starcastle. It is the second of two Starcastle albums to be produced by Roy Thomas Baker, who produced many of Queen's albums. All songs written by Starcastle. Side 1. "Shine On Brightly" - 5:14. Shadows Of Song" - 5:08. Can't Think Twice" - 3:51. Wings Of White" - 4:48. Side 2. "Evening Wind" - 5:27. Change In Time" - 4:31. Could This Be Love?" - 3:23. Why Have They Gone?" - 6:53. Terry Luttrell - lead vocals.

May 12, 1973, Earl’s Court, London. Ode To Joy intro music). So, it could be argued that Bowie not only influenced the look of the fledgling band, but also unwittingly contributed to the Sex Pistols’ sound too. FOOTNOTE: Lou Reed’s Bowie/Ronson produced Walk On The Wild Side entered the UK chart on this day too. It was Lou’s first UK single chart entry. The song was taken from Transformer (arguably Reed’s finest moment), an album produced by the same team.

Kettering Citadel Band, Kettering, Northamptonshire, United Kingdom. KCB is a Salvation Army Band.

Before 1887, Earl's Court was farmland attached to Earls Court Manor. With the arrival of a multiplicity of railway companies, and before London Underground became distinct from the cross-country railways, the tracks formed a triangle which became 'waste ground'. The introduction of two Underground stations, and a mass network of rails trapped the land. The notion of introducing entertainment to the area was effected by John Robinson Whitley, an entrepreneur who used the land as a showground for a few years from 1887

Maidenhead Citadel Band has been active for over one hundred years with the purpose to provide music for indoor and outdoor church services. In the Royal Borough, the band takes part each November in the annual Remembrance Parade in Maidenhead as well as the St George's Day parade in Windsor.

Tracklist Hide Credits

A1 The Onward Journey
Written By – Pattison
A2 He Hideth My Soul
Written-By – Traditional
A3 Songs Of The Seasons
Composed By – K. Cook*
A4 The Veteran's Delight
Composed By – E. Rance*
A5 St. Agnes
Written-By – Traditional
B1 Old Campaigners
Composed By – Jakeway*
B2 On Service Overseas
Composed By – E. Ball*
B3 Secret Prayer
Composed By – E. Leidzen*
B4 From Strength To Strength
Composed By – Dean Goffin
B5 Aurelia
Written-By – Traditional


  • Conductor – Brian Ring
  • Design [Cover] – Joseph Oskea
  • Liner Notes – Michael Kernan

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Etched A Side): 33-LB-2606-D2
  • Matrix / Runout (Etched B Side): 33-LB-2607-D1