Mods. if this doesn't belong on this Forum, please relocate. I recently acquired a copy of this LP on E-Bay. The record is in good shape and dates from 1966. This was a good band, with Derek Smith on solo cornet, Kenny Davis on Soprano, Al Stickland on Trombone and Robert McNally on Euphonium, conducted by then Captain Vernon Post. It features several quality marches (Long Beach - Emil Soderstrom; Faithful Service (published as Ceaseless Service and recently featured by the NYSB in Toronto) - Stanley Ditmer; Do Your Best - Erik Leidzen; and I'll Stand for Christ - Lloyd Scott. It also includes a quite different interpretation of The Call of the Righteous and also American Rhapsody by Emil Soderstrom. The Male Chorus features Vernon Post's terrific arrangement of Joshua. I've tried to convert it to CD but the record production was poor and the resulting compressed sound is disappointing to say the least. The resulting CD is even distorted in places, particularly euph and bari, a problem I've not encountered before. I'm not sure if this was initially released on the Triumphonic label and re-released by Word - my copy is on the Word label. Can anyone offer any suggestions or comments?