All BRASS BAND radio rankings for Aug 2007

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  1. DocFox

    DocFox Supporting Member

    Here are the Rankings for ALL BRASS BAND Internet radio station
    Aug 2007

    Sorry it is a bit late this month -- computer problems.

    It is free to listen to!


    1. Black Dyke Band - Roll Tide from Crimson Tide - Black Dyke Plays Greatest Movie Hits
    2. The Household Troops Band - The Witness - Wreath of Courage
    3. Grimethorpe - Gallop from William Tell - The Melody Shop
    4. Lydmet Lydney Band - Bohemian Rhapsody - Ticket to Ride
    5. Edinburgh Gorgie Band - Scottish Gems (1953) - Army Heritage - Vol 3 - Where Duty Calls
    6. Las Vegas Brass Band - Satin Doll - Smokin' Jazz
    7. Wingates Brass Band - Into The Woods - Nyman Brass
    8. Kirsty Abbotts w/Carlton Main Frickley Colliery Band - You Raise Me Up (Cornet Solo) - Soliloquy
    9. David Childs with Herndon Salvation Army Band - Sweedish Hymn - Peter Graham - Now That's What I Call Brass Vol 2
    10. Black Dyke Band - "Sicilian Vespers" - Overture - Black Dyke plays Verdi

    11.Brass Band Northwest - Fanfare & Flurishes for Special Occasions - Community Brass Band
    12. Southwest Trains Woodfalls Band - I'll Take You Home Again, Kathleen - On Track
    13. Brass Band Burgermusik Luzern - La Parlera - Perlas Rumantschas
    14. Welwyn Garden City Band - I Dreamed a Dream (from Les Miserables) - The Plantinum Album
    15. Tongwynlais Temperance Silver Band - Cherry Pink - Castell Coch
    16.The Salvation Army New York Staff Band - America - Music of The Broughtons
    17. YBS Band - Evening Hymn - Alpha And Omega
    18. Wingates Brass Band - Meeting The Moose - Nyman Brass
    19.European Youth Brass Band - West Ridings - Highlights From The European Brass Band Contest 2006
    20. Virtuosity Brass Band Of Great Britain - Polka Dots Trombone Trio (Eric Ball) - Volume VII

    If you listen, please vote for your favorites! -- Votes expire in 30 days!

    Special thanks to Val and David at Midland CD ( ) who have helped supply CDs for the radio station. Their love of Brass Banding and support of the station is greatly appreciated.

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