REGINALD DIXON plays "ROMBERG REMINICENCES" on the ABBEY ROAD STUDIO COMPTON ORGAN. Released on REGAL ZONOPHONE 78 rpm record MR3740 (matrix numbers CAR 6514 & CAR 6515) issued October 1944. Recorded in the same session as "Dixontime July 1944).
Martin Romberg (born 3 January 1978) is a Norwegian composer. He is one of the most active orchestral composers in his generation in Scandinavia. He is mostly known for his . R Tolkien and fantasy literature inspired orchestral and choral works. Being born to a working-class family in Oslo, Romberg early moved out of Norway to study classical music at the university of Vienna, Austria.
Titled "Presenting Reginald Dixon At The Organ Of The Tower Ballroom Blackpool" on the back, and "Presenting. Reginald Dixon" on the label. Australian WRC pressing, sourced from original stampers and featuring unique sleeve art. Mono and stereo versions have the same cover art, with "T/4100" on rear - stereo version has "ST-4100" on label. The stereo version has a printed "stereo" rosette on the back, and the mono has a red sticker with "mono" placed over this (though these tend to drop off with age)
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Parade of the Tin Soldiers/Wooden Soldiers - Reginald Dixon MBE. 2,625 views. Reginald Dixon Parade of the tin soldiers Tower Ballroom Wurlitzer. Top Songs By Reginald Dixon. 1. Dixon Hits No 3 Medley Part 1. Reginald Dixon. 423. 2. I Do Like To Be Beside The Seaside.
Reginald Herbert Dixon, MBE, ARCM (16 October 1904 – 9 May 1985) was an English theatre organist who was primarily known for his position as organist at the Tower Ballroom, Blackpool, a position he held from March 1930 until March 1970. He made and sold more recordings than any other organist befo. ore . Year: 2006. Medley: Live, Laugh and Love/The Loveliest Night of the Year [From the. 2:59. 23. Irving Berlin Selection, Pt. 1: Alexander's Ragtime Band/When the.
Reginald Herbert Dixon, MBE, ARCM (16 October 1904 – 9 May 1985), was an English theatre organist who was primarily known for his position as organist at the Tower Ballroom, Blackpool, a position he held from March 1930 until March 1970. He made and sold more recordings than any other organist before him, or since. Falling in Love Again – Hollander. When I Passed The Old Church Door – Nicholls. Exactly Like You – Fields.
Those with an aversion to foofy cocktails and the thrift store aesthetic will likely find The Love Parade a bit too coy and knowing for their tastes, but there is little sense of cheap irony on this carefully constructed, lovingly produced set of electronic miniatures.
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