Sound The Battle Cry London Singers with Brass Ensemble


Conductor Year Catalogue
Ray Steadman-Allen 1972 SRS5111

London Singers with Brass Ensemble

The London Singers and Brass Group consisted of Salvationists from the London Corps. 

The singers on this album were: Denise Deering, Enid Weaver, Doreen Rutt, Evelyn Hughes, Elise McDougall, Susan Turner, G. Burton, J. Hodgson, Ken Williamson, Norman Cuell, Ron Banks, E. Edwards, Robert Redhead, Dave Cooper.

The instrumentalist  were: Chris White, Ray Allen, Max Weaver, Tommy Lynch, Peter Wise, Gordon Hill, Joe Stott, Des Vinall, Ray Northcott, K. Portnoi, Gordon Hughes, Christopher Cole, Peter Ayling.

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StarLine was a label associated with Capitol Records/EMI. The trademark was also used as a series on LPs released by REGAL/EMI

Additional Info

Following the success of ‘The Trumpet of The Lord’ two years later Ridley produced this LP featuring the London Singers with a brass ensemble. Under the musical direction of Ray Steadman-Allen this album became as popular as the first production.

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