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|A1||Alexander's Ragtime Band
Written By – Berlin - Simeone
Soloist – Jack TrusselWritten-By – Randy Sparks
|A3||Michael Row The Boat
Arranged By – Haywood
|A4||They Called The Wind Maria
Baritone Saxophone – Jack TrusselBass – Paul Robinson Drums – David Brown Piano – Barbara BrinerWritten By – F. Lowe
|A5||I've Got To Wander
Written-By – John Cacavas
Arranged By – Neuen*, Noble*Soloist – Tim Noble
|A7||House Full Of Love
Arranged By – Don Neuen
Soloist – Roger OliverWritten-By – Tom Trelfa
Arranged By – Neuen*, Huge*Soloist – Thom Huge
|B3||Paisir Da 'Moure
Arranged By – Don NeuenHarp – Jay Miller , Martha Swift
|B4||Way Down Yonder In New Orleans
Arranged By – Aoes, Taylor*
Soloist – Jack Trussel, Kent BanburnWritten-By – Randy Sparks
|B6||When The Saints Go Marchin' In
Arranged By – Neuen*, Robinson*, Hugh*
- Recorded By – Ohmit Recording Studio
- Directed By – Don Neuen
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (A-Side Runout Etching): LP-M-112 SIDE#1
- Matrix / Runout (B-Side Runout Etching): 1 LP-M-112 SIDE#2
Performer: Ball State University Singers
Title: First Annual Spectacular 1966
Date of release: 1966
Style: Choral, Folk
Size MP3: 1113 mb
Size FLAC: 1411 mb
Rating: 4.6 / 5
Other Formats: TTA AAC XM AA DTS VOX WAV