OP 117/118 Hold down a chord album


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Catalogue numberOP 117/118
Sleeve picturePicture cover to follow
TitleHold down a chord album
ArtistJohn Pearse
Cover conditionNear mint
Record conditionNear mint
BBC records label codeP
BBC OP TV label
Item deleted?Yes
Released1967
LabelBBC OP TV
BBC%20OP%20TV label
Distributed / printed byWest Brothers . Printers . Ltd.
Media typePrimary
Media genreMusic - Folk View all other tracks listed as Music - Folk.
Run-off codes / Shop bar codesOP 117 BBC .: O :.
OP 118 BBC C ....
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What type of seller was used?Other online shop

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Front cover
Front cover of OP 117/118
Back cover
Back cover of OP 117/118
Label
Label Label

Tracks

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Side & trackTrack and ArtistLength
A1Tuning up (Pitch pipes)
A2Chords of G, C, D7
A3Basic right hand scratch
A42/4, 4/4, 3/4 scratches (including illustration Duke of York)
A5Alternating basses
A6Chords of D, A7
A7Basic plicking 2/4, 4/4
A8Song illustration - Skip to my lou
A9Revision
B1Tuning up (Noting)
B2Waltz time pluck 3/4
B3Basic calypso slap
B4Basic calypso lick
B5Left hand damping
B6Forward picking
B7Ripple picking
B8Variations
Total length of media 0:00.

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Musicians


John Pearse

Further information

BBC sub label for foreign language records.

This was the first BBC label starting in the early 1960's. Their were (to start with) Radio shows where by listeners could follow the programme on the Radio then purchase the record and separate book to continue their learning.

Later the shows were also recorded for television and the records and books became more widely available via record and book shops.

You can view the complete list of all BBC releases on this site by viewing the BBC List page.

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