Choose and submit your Castaway Tracks

If you would like to share your chosen tracks on our castaway list, use the button below to set up your tracks and comments.

Select your choices

You will only be able to select tracks we hold within the Regal Zonophone archive.

Imagine you are about to be cast on to an island for an indeterminate time and you are able to take eight Salvation Army musical tracks with you. Which tracks would you choose and why?

This is an idea loosely based on the successful BBC radio show 'Desert Island Discs'.
Thank you to Neil Carter for suggesting this novel way of sharing your Salvation Army music experience.

The Castaway List

Alwyn Green United Kingdom Play  
Bernard Beare New Zealand Play  
Daniel Rivas Argentina Play  
Don Haines Australia Play  
Dr Michael Hall Afghanistan Play  
Geoff Ingram United Kingdom Play  
Ian Barton Australia Play  
Lars Lignell USA Play  
Marcelo Mariani Argentina Play  
Martyn Paisey United Kingdom Play  
Neil Carter United Kingdom Play  
Steef Klepke Netherlands Play  

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Register with Regal Zonophone and you will be kept up to date with any new recordings loaded to the site. You will also be able to create your own castaways index.

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