BBCCD796 The golden years


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Release details

DetailValue
Catalogue numberBBCCD796
TitleThe golden years
Artist(s)Alan Keith
Cover conditionNear mint
Record conditionNear mint
BBC records label codeN/A
Item deleted?Yes
Released1991
Distributed / printed byBBC Enterprises Ltd.
Country of originUK UK flag
Media typePrimary
Media genreRadio
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Run-off codes / Shop bar codesBBC CD 796 . MASTERED BY NIMBUS
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Tracks

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Side & trackTrack and ArtistLength
A1If those lips could only speak [Goodwin / Ridgewell / Peter Dawson with orchestra and Male Quartet]
A2I hear you calling me [Marshall / John McCormack / Edwin Schneider]
A3Grandfather's clock [Henry Clay Work / Harold Williams and the BBC Male Voice Chorus]
A4The lost chord [Proctor / Sullivan / Richard Crooks / H. Alexander Matthews]
A5Two eyes of grey [Daisy McGeoch / Heddle Nash with piano]
A6The old rustic bridge by the mill [J. P. Skelly / Walter Glynne with organ and male chorus]
A7The better land [Hermans / Sir Frederick Cowen / Dame Clara Butt with orchestra]
A8After the ball [Harris / Gerald Adams and The Variety Singers with orchestra]
A9A boy's best friend is his mother [J. P. Skelly / Herbert Thorpe with orchestra]
A10In the gloaming [Hill / Harris / Orred / The Kentucky Minstrels / Reginald Foort / John Duncan]
A11The volunteer organist [Lamb / Peter Dawson]
A12Won't you buy my pretty flowers [Persley / Walter Glynne with orchestra and male chorus]
A13The children's home [Sir Frederick Cowen / Weatherly / Essie Ackland with organ]
A14My old shako [Barron / Trotere / Malcolm McEachern]
A15A brown bird singing [Barrie / Hayden Wood / Fred Hartley's Quintet with Webster Booth]
A16Kathleen Mavourneen [Trad. / John McCormack with paino accompaniment]
A17Just a wearyin' for you [Jacobs / Carrie Jacobs Bond / Stanton / Paul Robeson]
A18Silver threads among the gold [Rexford / The Victorian Quartet with vocal quartet]
A19Three green bonnets [D'Hardelot / Harris / Gracie Fields]
A20The rosary [Ethelbert Nevin / Richard Crooks with orchestra]
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Further information

BBC Radio Enterprises Ltd and BBC Enterprises Ltd, predecessors of BBC Worldwide / BBC Worldwide Ltd., the BBC's commercial arm. Formed 1968 and 1979 respectively, they were a subsidiary wholly owned by the BBC and merged into BBC Worldwide in 1995. In that time, there were companies set up within or structured brands as part of the company to deal with separate parts of the business, e.g. BBC Records for recorded audio. Sometimes written as BBC Enterprise Ltd.

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