73 minutes of classic British tunes performed by twelve of the UK’s finest theatre organists (from the Amberlee/Audicord label). 19 tracks on 11 organs.
The download “.zip” file is 380Mb and includes 19 tracks in Apple Lossless “.m4a” format, plus a 1200dpi JPG of the cover. Just copy the files into your iTunes (or similar) library.
This is the DOWNLOAD version, however, the CD is still available.
Click Below to Play a Few Clips (the clips are currently in the lesser-quality mp3 format):
David Hamilton at the Compton of The Odeon, Leicester Square:
There’ll Always Be An England
Leicester Square Looks Round
Anthony Causier at the Wurlitzer in The Buttermarket, Shrewsbury:
Roses of Picardy
Peter Lish at the Wurlitzer of the Municipal Hall, Eston:
Aces High (Luftwaffe March)
George Welling at the Wurlitzer in The Granada Theatre, East Ham:
With Sword & Lance
Jimmy Swift at the Wurlitzer in Buckingham Town Hall:
Marching in London Medley: I Like London / Around The Marble Arch / Oxford Street / Oh Listen to the Band (Soldiers in the Park) / Knightsbridge / Drums and Fifes (of the British Grenadiers) / Down the Mall / Let’s All Go Down The Strand / When the Guards Are On Parade / Old Father Thames
William Davies at the Compton of The Regal Cinema, Henley-On-Thames:
Waltz from Murder on the Orient Express
Armsbee Bancroft at the Marshall Sykes organ in the Cecil Theatre, Hull:
Arnold Loxam at the Wurlitzer of the Municipal Hall, Eston:
Queen’s Golden Jubilee Medley: Rule Britannia / Maybe It’s Because I’m a Londoner / She’s a Lassie from Lancashire / My Girl’s a Yorkshire Girl / Bide a Wee / Annie Laurie / Mountains of Mourne / Londonderry Air / Men of Harlech / We’ll Keep a Welcome / I Vow To Thee My Country
Doreen Chadwick at the Wurlitzer in The Buttermarket, Shrewsbury:
Peter Jebson at the Wurlitzer of the Municipal Hall, Eston:
The Dam Busters
With My Little Stick of Blackpool Rock / The Blackpool Walk / The Blackpool Belle
Kevin Morgan at the Compton in Wyton House, Huntingdon*
and the Compton/Christie at the Town Hall, Ossett:
A Nightingale Sang in Berkeley Square
Paul Greenwood at the Compton of The Plaza, Stockport* and the Wurlitzer of the Blackpool Opera House:
Wish Me Luck As You Wave Me Goodbye / Goodnight Sweetheart / Goodbye
Sally / Peggy O’Neill / She Was One of the Early Birds / Daisy Bell
All tracks previously released by Amberlee Records/Audicord.
Tracks 1-9 are released here on CD for the first time.
This compilation includes material from 15 separate albums, originally released between 1971 and 2002.