Brass Band – The Black Diamonds Band. Voice Actor – Unknown Artist. From labels: "Descriptive". Matrix, Runout (Side A): y21396e, X495285e. Matrix, Runout (Side B): y21399e, X495285e.
The Black Diamonds Band. Profile: One of the most popular British recording bands from about 1900 to the early 1930's. Perfil: One of the most popular British recording bands from about 1900 to the early 1930's.
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The Black Diamonds were an Australian garage rock and band from Lithgow, New South Wales, who were active under different names from 1959 to 1971. They became one of the most popular groups in their region of South Wales and signed with Festival Records, where they recorded two singles. They have particularly become regarded for the song "I Want, Need, Love You" which appeared on the B-side of their first single.
Artist: Metropolitan Military Band. Album: The Carol of Christmas, Merry Christmas! - Carols and Hymns, 100 Christmas - The Best Christmas Songs. Download Metropolitan Military Band - Grand Peace Record. The Carol of Christmas: Best 2 songs.
BLACK DIAMONDS is a glam metal music artist. Black Diamonds, formed in 2004, are a hard rock band based in the Rhine Valley in eastern Switzerland. Musically and stylistically orientates on 80s rock music, which they pack into an energetic stage performance. In 2008 the group released their first, self-produced album First Strike. It contained ten original songs plus a cover version of Chuck Berry's classic Rock n’ Roll Music. First Strike today is out of print.
Album: Oh! It's A Lovely War (Vol. 1) (2001). Artist: Military Band with supporting artists. Genre: Pop. Money online! Converting/Cutting. Captcha: File format: MP3 AMR WAV AAC WMA.
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Arranged By [Music] – John Bull
|A||Part 1 - Arrival Of The Troops In London|
|B||Part 2 - The Royal Review|