The Band Of The Royal Australian Navy - Pop Goes The Navy album FLAC
- Performer: The Band Of The Royal Australian Navy
- Title: Pop Goes The Navy
- Genre: Brass
- Formats: MP3 RA AA VOC TTA DXD VOC
- Style: Brass Band, Military
- MP3 album: 1277 mb
- FLAC album: 1811 mb
- Rating: 4.5/5
- Votes: 485
The musicians who formed the first band established under the title 'Royal Australian Navy' arrived in Sydney in HMAS Australia on 4 October 1913. Music Directors: 1970 to 1975 : Gordon D. C. Coxon 1975 to 1976 : Norm Gullick 1976 to 1980 : . McDonough 1980 to 1987 : W. W. Farrell 1987 to 1993 : Vic Knowles 1993 to 2002 : Ashley W. Greedy 2002 to 2012 : Phillip Anderson (2) 2012 to 2015 : Paul Cottier 2015 to ?? : Steven Stanke. Apelidos: Admiral's Own Big Band.
The musicians who formed the first band established under the title 'Royal Australian Navy' arrived in Sydney in HMAS Australia on 4 October 1913. Greedy 2002 to 2012 : Phillip Anderson (2) 2012 to ?? : Paul Cottier. Aliases: Admiral's Own Big Band.
The Royal Australian Navy (RAN) is the naval branch of the Australian Defence Force. Following the Federation of Australia in 1901, the ships and resources of the separate colonial navies were integrated into a national force, called the Commonwealth Naval Forces. Originally intended for local defence, the navy was granted the title of 'Royal Australian Navy' in 1911, and became increasingly responsible for defence of the region.
Royal Australian Navy Band. The Royal Australian Navy Band - Serving in Harmony.
Procurement programme of the Royal Australian Navy. Its fleet is based around two main types of surface combatant, with limited global deployment and air power capability
US Navy 050703-N-0167B-028 The Royal Australian Navy band provides a live performance in the hangar bay of the conventionally powered aircraft carrier USS Kitty Hawk (CV 63. pg 3,008 2,000; 747 KB. US Navy 080822-N-9123L-004 Royal Australian Navy Band Leader Lt. Cmdr. php?title Category:Royal Australian Navy Band&oldid 334072787". Categories: Military bands of Australia.
|A1||Liberty Bell (Monty Python Theme)||2:25|
|A2||Struttin' With Maria||1:39|
|A3||The Night Chicago Died||2:11|
|A6||Up, Up And Away||1:48|
|A7||I Don't Know How To Love Him||1:52|
|A8||Tie A Yellow Ribbon Round The Old Oak Tree||1:48|
|A10||Midnight In Moscow||1:47|
|A12||Billy Don't Be A Hero||3:23|
|B1||Bad, Bad Leroy Brown||1:40|
|B2||Everything Is Beautiful||2:32|
|B4||Theme From "Shaft"||2:01|
|B6||A Swingin' Safari||1:58|
|B7||Rocky Mountain High||1:56|
|B8||Bridge Over Troubled Water||1:30|
|B9||Theme And Rock Out||3:09|
- Recorded At – AAV
- Artwork By, Design – Apple Graphiks
- Conductor – Lieutenant Commander Norm Gullick
- Cover [Notes] – Lieutenant Bill Farrell
- Engineer [Recording] – Roger Savage
- Producer – Ivan Hutchinson, Ron Tudor