The Regency Noble Footwear Band

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  1. Keith Stanley James Lever

    Keith Stanley James Lever Supporting Member

    Could some kind tmp correspondent give me some insight as to who 'THE REGENCY NOBLE FOOTWEAR BAND' are.
     
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    Regency Noble Footwear Band

    OK, eight years late but I've come across this thread while trying to find out the same information. The only reference to the "Regency Noble Footwear Band" I can find is on a 3 CD set "Essential Brass Bands". Listening to them they're not a brass band at all, but a military/wind band. The tracks credited to them (2-16 on disc 2) I've so far found on three other downloadable albums:
    "The Definitive Collection of Marching Band Favourites volume 2" where they're credited to "British Military Bands"; "Britain - 27 Military Band Favourites" played by "London Military Band"; and "British Military Bands" by "The Marching Band".

    I'm no closer to finding the original artist for these tracks and I don't know why they've not been given their correct credit. Discs 1 and 3 are taken from albums by Sellers, Rolls Royce Coventry and South Notts Hussars and are credited as such. It could well be that the original group were put together for the session, but the standard of playing doesn't suggest professionals.

    That's my two penn'th. Anyone know more?
     

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