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  1. Fenrikree

    Heritage of the March is a series of vinyl records of marches and galops released from to It remains the largest single march music record series in history, featuring close to 3, different marches. The records were distributed for free by march collector Robert Hoe and the series was continued after his death by the Robert Hoe.
  2. Voodookasa

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  3. Junos

    Cover: Number - Title - Artist - [Release Date] Contents Decca DL Series (10" LPs): DL - Bing Crosby Sings - Bing Crosby [] People Will Say We're In Love/Oh What A Beautiful Mornin'/If I Loved You/Close As Pages In A Book/They Say It's Wonderful/I Love You/Evelina/The Eagle And Me DL - Jerome Kern Songs - Bing Crosby & Dixie Lee Crosby [] Till The Clouds Roll By/Ol Man.
  4. Kajik

    The U.S. Naval Academy Band* Glory Of The Marines (as Victor J. Grabel) The U.S. Naval Academy Band* - Our Navy's Music Volume Two: Navy Marches ‎ (LP, Album) Not .
  5. Daihn

    This is an official U. S. Navy website This site has been approved by the Public Affairs Office, Navy Band, Washington, D.C. For technical issues email the webmaster. United States Navy Band Warrington Ave, S. E. Washington Navy Yard, D. C.
  6. Mikalmaran

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  7. Disida

    Search Results from Dr. Frank's What's-it Even Hitler "Not Jordan Peterson" reciting the first verse of "Even Hitler Had a Girlfriend," posted here -- if this works -- because.
  8. Goltizilkree

    Our Band Heritage, Vol. 1: Revisited () performed by Allentown Band, Suzanne Conrad (piccolo), Ronald H. Demkee (conductor) composed by Albertus L. Meyers, Arthur Pryor, Edwin Franko Goldman, G.R. Rehrer, Henry Crespi, John Philip Sousa, Ray Wetherhold, William Pruyn.

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