This album was released on the label RCA Victor (catalog number EPB-3022). Format of the release is. Vinyl, 45 RPM. 7". Album. The Mighty Sousa Marches.
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All the tracks from album The Mighty Sousa Marches of. Paul Lavalle, Cities Service Band Of America - The Mighty Sousa Marches photo images watch: Release title: Paul Lavalle, Cities Service Band Of America - The Mighty Sousa Marches. Style of release: Marches music. Star Spangled Banner. All materials are provided for educational purposes.
Here comes the Cities Service Band of America, conducted by Paul Lavalle!" Television. In 1949, Lavalle and the band became one of the first musical groups to appear weekly on television. On May 18, 1961, Paul Lavalle and the Greatest Band in America joined singer Kay Armen in a 30-minute episode of the ABC-TV series "Music For a Spring Night" entitled "Concert in the Park. The Band opened with a spirited medley ("76 Trombones," "Strike Up the Band,") and then Miss Armen took over with "I'll Be Seeing You" and other songs . Concert in the Park (1956). Lavalle in Hi-Fi (1957).
In 1949, Lavalle and the band became one of the first musical groups to appear weekly on television.
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Genre: Brass & Military. Label: RCA Victor – EPB-3022 Type: 2 x Vinyl, 7", 45 RPM, Album, EP Country: US Date of released: Category: Brass & Military Style: Marches.
|A1||Band Of America March|
|A2||Barnum And Bailey's Favorite|
|A3||Stars And Stripes Forever|
|B1||Washington Post March|
|B2||Colonel Bogey March|