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On Parade - Band of the New Zealand Army - GBS 1013

£9.99

Product description

On Parade - Band of the New Zealand Army, W.O.1 L.E. Mooney - Bandmaster
Great Band Records (1974) - GBS 1013 (1x stereo vinyl)

A1. Castell Coch
A2. Appreciation
A3. The Challenge
A4. Wimoweh
A5. When the saints come marching in
A6. Rule Brittania
A7. Song of the mounties
B1. Jesus Christ Superstar
B2. Beautiful Sunday
B3. Daddy don't you walk so fast
B4. Entry of the gladiators
B5. Colonel Bogey
B6. Join together
B7. O What A Day
B8. Waiata Poi
B9. God Defend New Zealand

Vinyl has been checked and appears to be in very good order on both sides. The cover sleeve is in good condition with only minor laminate creasing towards the upper right corner of the front cover, a few tiny creases towards the spine and some tiny dents on the back.

Records are checked visually to RRPG grades (record/sleeve).
We recommend the vinyl is cleaned by a professional to maximise the sound quality.

Item details

Condition:
Very good
Genre:
Classical, opera & popera
Sleeve condition:
Very good

Standard UK Delivery £3.95 per order

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About this item

On Parade - Band of the New Zealand Army, W.O.1 L.E. Mooney - Bandmaster
Great Band Records (1974) - GBS 1013 (1x stereo vinyl)

A1. Castell Coch
A2. Appreciation
A3. The Challenge
A4. Wimoweh
A5. When the saints come marching in
A6. Rule Brittania
A7. Song of the mounties
B1. Jesus Christ Superstar
B2. Beautiful Sunday
B3. Daddy don't you walk so fast
B4. Entry of the gladiators
B5. Colonel Bogey
B6. Join together
B7. O What A Day
B8. Waiata Poi
B9. God Defend New Zealand

Vinyl has been checked and appears to be in very good order on both sides. The cover sleeve is in good condition with only minor laminate creasing towards the upper right corner of the front cover, a few tiny creases towards the spine and some tiny dents on the back.

Records are checked visually to RRPG grades (record/sleeve).
We recommend the vinyl is cleaned by a professional to maximise the sound quality.

Condition:
Very good
Genre:
Classical, opera & popera
Sleeve condition:
Very good

Delivery & returns

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Europe: £6.50

Outside Europe: £11.50

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