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The Bands Of The British Army - March To Glory mp3 album
  • Performer: The Bands Of The British Army
  • Title: March To Glory
  • Genre: Military
  • Date of release: 1993
  • Music style: Military, Marches
  • MP3 size: 1189 mb
  • FLAC size 1537 mb

Bands support the ethos, tradition and identity of our Armed Forces around the globe. At home we are the public face of the Army by supporting troops marching through towns and cities, performing in concert halls or at county shows, Beating the Retreat or performing at State Ceremonial occasions. Music is utilised in the British Armed Forces as a source of influence.

They were also one of the first British bands to introduce the idea of a concept album, too, with 1969’s hugely successful Tommy. Who’s Next is one of the great UK rock albums, too, and the band are still talking about their generation five decades on. Georgie Gillard/Daily Mail. So many bands owe a huge amount to the work and influence of The Kinks. You Really Got Me is one of the greatest rock riffs of all time, and let's not forget that Dave Davis of the band actually invented distortion after slashing the cones in his amplifier with a razor blade; a sound which has been integral to the sound of rock and roll ever since.

March of the Royal British Legion. The Band of the Irish Guards. 19. Auld Lang Syne, Last Post. Massed Bands of the British Army. Regimental Marches of the British Army, Vol. 2. Regimental Band of the Coldstream Guards, Richard Ridings & Trevor Sharpe.

This timeline covers the main wars, battles and engagements and related issues for the Scottish, English and British Army, from 1537 to the present.

British Army musicians entertain unsuspecting shoppers in Cardiff with a flashmob performance of the Colonel Bogey march a. .Victory Parade Reel 1 (1946). 5 years ago. Titles read: 'PATHE - BIF PRESENTS - VICTORY PARADE JUNE 1946'. 3 years ago. Massed bands on the Sennelager parade ground. Queen and Duke arrive and are greeted by Mr. Fred Mulley. British soldiers parade through Warminster before Afghanistan deployment. 7 years ago. The town of Warminster has applauded 250 soldiers from the 3rd Battalion, the Yorkshire Regiment, through the streets Americans March Through London (1942).

This was the British Invasion, and the Beatles were its undisputed leaders. In 1963, the Fab Four released their first . These Mersey bands played a souped-up form of beat music - essentially amplified skiffle with a heavy R&B influence, a style inspired by the records imported from the States by Liverpool’s merchant seamen. Beginning in 1961, the Beatles commuted between Liverpool and Hamburg, Germany, where, dressed in black leather, they played dives like the Kaiserkeller and the Star Club. The Beatles continued to reign supreme in the second half of the Sixties, although the British Invasion, in the sense the term is commonly understood, had pretty much run its course by 1967. It was still the Beatles everyone tried to emulate or top, though the music, the audience and the rules of the game had changed markedly.

The top 40 bands in Britain today. 20: Broadcast Broadcast's music could be beamed in from another galaxy - you can imagine Barbarella dancing about her space pod to their latest album, Haha Sound. Using 1960s equipment, Broadcast create songs with the texture of scudding clouds and calm seas, topped with lyrics as calmly beautiful as they are fraught with confusion and tension. And they are still joining those dots, ever alert to the endless alchemical possibilities of the sampler and sequencer. Sound:20 Songs:16 Gigs:15 Style:7 Attitude:16 Total: 74 Chemical Brothers. 12. Super Furry Animals When SFA emerged in the mid-1990s, British pop had never seen anything like them.

At the outbreak of war in August of 1914 the one major power for whom the Germans had probably the least respect in terms of its army was Great Britain. Whereas the Royal Navy had ruled the waves for centuries and had a reputation second to none, the army was not taken nearly so seriously. It was most frequently used in minor colonial wars which the Germans tended to discount as being victories won against enemies unworthy of serious consideration.


1 Britsh Grenadiers 1:00
2 Standard Of St. George 2:06
3 Here's A Health Unto Her Majesty 1:07
4 Glorious Victory 2:54
5 Land Of My Fathers 2:23
Medley (1:18)
6.1 Soldiers Of The Queen
6.2 There's Something About A Soldier
Medley (2:26)
7.1 Ilkla Moor Baht'At
7.2 I'm Ninety-Five
7.3 Scotland The Brave
7.4 The Wellesley
8 The Great Escape 2:04
9 Colditz March 3:30
10 High On A Hill 3:54
Marchalong (2:43)
11.1 Colonel Bogey
11.2 Semper Fidelis
11.3 Liberty Bell
12 Normandy Veterans March 3:28
13 Abide With Me 1:50
14 Rose Of England 2:54
15 Men Of Harlech 0:58
16 Post Hoen Galop 1:47
17 Sir John Moore Concert March 2:26
18 A Bridge Too Far 1:53
19 God Bless The Prince Of Wales 0:57
20 On The March 3:31
21 Lionheart 3:35
22 Amazing Grace 1:28
23 Spirit Of Pageantry 6:11
Great War Melodies (3:21)
24.1 Goodbye Dolly Gray
24.2 Pack Up Your Troubles
24.3 It's A Long Way To Tipperary
24.4 The Quatermaster's Stores
24.5 We're Gonna Hang Out The Washing On
24.6 The Siegfried Line
25 Auld Lang Syne 1:12
26 The National Anthem 0:55

Companies, etc.

  • Licensed From – Music Masters
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Compilation Point Productions
  • Copyright (c) – Start Audio & Video Ltd.
  • Distributed By – Entertainment U.K. Ltd.
  • Pressed By – ODC UK


  • Design [Design By] – Icon

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 5 013116 500925
  • Rights Society: MCPS
  • Matrix / Runout: MU 5009 CD ODC UK
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