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|Catalogue number||RED 147|
|Cover condition||Very Good Plus|
|Record condition||Near mint|
|BBC records label code||C|
|Distributed / printed by||The Upton Printing Group|
|Media genre||Music - Religious View all other tracks listed as Music - Religious.|
|Run-off codes / Shop bar codes||RE 147 1-2 A L|
RE 147 2-2 L
|My rating||Not set|
|Guest rating||Current average value is 3. |
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DuplicatesBelow listed is any duplicates I have for this release.
|Duplicate item 1||Reason Older label, condition MMDY|
Run off code(s) RE 147 1 1
RE 147 2 2
Release picturesBelow is all the cover (front, back, middle and inserts if applicable) and label pictures I have for this release.
TracksBelow is a list of tracks for this release.
|Side & track||Track and Artist||Length|
|A1||The building song [David Winter / Roger Hurrell / Carolyn Smythe and members of the Girl Guides Association]|
|A2||What is the meaning of life? [Ms Hugh Cullen / Pupils of St. Paul's School]|
|A3||Sing hosannah [Ms Hazel Charlton / Members of the Girl Guides Association]|
|A4||I listen, and I lsiten [Ms Hazel Charlton / Members of the Girl Guides Association]|
|A5||Spirit of God [Sr. Miriam Winter / Pupils of St. Paul's School]|
|A6||We touch him, we see him [Brian Wade and Tony Cliff / Trane with members of the Girl Guides Association]|
|A7||Love come a tricklin' down [L. Kahn and B. Kahn / 4th Burgess Hill Girl Guide Quartet]|
|A8||Watching and waiting [Br William, S. S. F. / Pupils of St. Paul's School]|
|A9||All my trials [Arr. by the singers / Pupils of St. Paul's School]|
|B1||Sing creation's song [Ms Hugh Cullen / Pupils of St. Paul's School]|
|B2||Morning has broken [Eleanor Farjeon / Arr. Douglas Coombes who plays the harpsichord]|
|B3||See him lying on a bed of straw [M. A. Perry / Pupils of St. Paul's School]|
|B4||There's a man for all the people [Geoffrey Curtis / Ms Dickon Reed / Members of the Girl Guides Association]|
|B5||Nailed to the cross [Mrs. F. A. Breck and F. P. Morris / S. R. S. Forth Sea Ranger Guide Quartet, Edinburgh]|
|B6||Alleluia [Ms Hugh Cullen / Pupils of St. Paul's School]|
|B7||Wonderful World [James Thiem / Members of the Girl Guides Association]|
|B8||Just a closer walk with thee [Arr. Stella Greenhalgh / Pupils of St. Paul's School]|
|B9||Babylon [Pupils of St. Paul's School]|
|B10||Get together -Trane with members of the Girl Guides Association (Brian Wade and Tony Cliff) [Brian Wade / Tony Cliff]|
|Total length of media 0:00.|
More informationBelow is further information captured for this release.
Extra notes on cover, middle (gatefold sleeve) and any inserts
| Sung by Girl Guides and Ranger Guides drawn from all parts of Britain, conducted by Hettie Smith and Marion Prior; and pupils of St. Paul's Roman Catholic School, Haywards Heath, conducted by Stella Greenhalgh.|
Accompaniment by TRANE, with Sally Sandifer and Dennis Long (double-basses) and children (guitars).
Our record catalogue contains several LPs of relisious songs for children, most of which have been produced for us by our colleagues of BBC Schools Radio. They have one big thing in common: they all feature the voices and music of young people. Over the past months we have had many requests for more LPs of this sort of music - songs to be sung and enjoyed, songs with a message.
The opportunity came at the end of a two-day recording session, during which the Girl Guide Festival of Song record and the Radio 4 programme of the Festival were being put together, when some of the groups of young people sang their favourite religious songs as a sort of impromptu finale to the sessions. Amongst these joyous singers were four very young Guides from St. Paul's Roman Catholic School, Haywards Heath, and a group of Sea Rangers from Edinburgh, whose songs can be heard on this record. The singing and the songs were so moving that the unexpected bonuses were recorded for incorperation into the Radio 4 programme devoted to the Festival.
The other songs on the record are selected from BBC Schools religious broadcasts, sung here by members of the Girl Guides Association; and from Radio Brighton broadcasts made by pupils of St. Paul's School, who have also sung on 'Music for Sunday'.
The professional group, Trane, who accompany the singers, consists of young people from Gibraltar whose work has been heard in BBC programmes such as Waggoner's Walk and the Terry Wogan show.
Our thanks are due to everyone who took part in the production of this record which surely has the stamp of freshness and appreciation of God's simple miracles, sometimes overlooked.
JACK AISTROP BBC Records
Songs selected and record produced by Cylvia Cartner and Douglas Coombes.
Music adviser for G. G. A.: Hettie Smith
Music adviser for St. Paul's School: Mrs Stella Greenhalgh
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|[cds]||CDPT 506||Soul gems|
|[albums]||PRST 506||Soul gems|
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