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The Kemsing Singers with The Grimethorpe Colliery Band - Were You There? (Vinyl)

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  1. the grimethorpe colliery band, conducted by elgar british brass spectacular - 'band of the year ,, ' London Records - US - SP -
  2. Jul 5, - Old and new brass band CD, Tape and LP covers. See more ideas about Band cd, Brass band, Lp cover pins.
  3. All top songs and albums by The Grimethorpe Colliery Band for free: UK brass band, based in Grimethorpe, South Yorkshire, England. Formed in by colliery workers.
  4. This is brass band playing - the very best. What a great programme of music! There is stirring film music- The Great Escape, James Bond, Bridge on the River Kwai, The Dam Busters, and Indiana & The Temple of Doom - a great riot of controlled sound/5().
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  6. This is a compilation of movie music played by one of the best brass bands, if not the best. Since "Brassed off" I do have a soft spot for the Grimethorpe colliery band. As to the repertoire, there is some John Barry and plenty of John Williams to enjoy. Especially moving is the rendition of the Barbarian horde from Gladiator (the last track)/5(44).
  7. Music from the Original Soundtrack, featuring The Grimethorpe Colliery Band. With Original Music Composed by Trevor Jones. sipaladecemunchfefingtogenbave.coinfo Mark Herman's tragi-comedy set among the fictional coal-mining community of Grimley revolves around the exploits of the local colliery's brass band and its struggle to survive imminent pit closure/5().
  8. 7" Single on 45cat: The Kemsing Singers With The Grimethorpe Colliery Band - Were You There? / Lullaby - DJM - UK - DJS
  9. There were some lovely twists on some familiar tunes. It was certainly my most played Christmas CD in the car in and was much better than the usual Christmas "jingles" that seem to take over the airwaves for 3 weeks preceding Christmas! Buy this if you like to hear a really good brass band /5(47).

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