Annotation

tracks not listed separately on back cover
A-side tracks described as "a symphonic suite that includes..." (duration: ~14:31)
B-side tracks described as "a stirring medley of all service anthems" (duration: ~16:19)
comparable to digital release: http://www.amazon.com/dp/B0048Y5YHI/ (less track #3 on that)

Annotation last modified on 2013-04-18 05:26 UTC.

Tracklist

12" Vinyl 1
# Title Artist Rating Length
A1 Song of the High Seas (Main Theme)
London Philharmonic Orchestra, Reinhard Linz ?:??
A2 Submarines in a Calm Sea
London Philharmonic Orchestra, Reinhard Linz ?:??
A3 Beneath the Southern Cross
London Philharmonic Orchestra, Reinhard Linz ?:??
A4 Guadalcanal March
London Philharmonic Orchestra, Reinhard Linz ?:??
A5 Theme of Growing and Building
London Philharmonic Orchestra, Reinhard Linz ?:??
A6 Fiddlin' Off Watch
London Philharmonic Orchestra, Reinhard Linz ?:??
A7 The Sunny Pacific Islands
London Philharmonic Orchestra, Reinhard Linz ?:??
A8 The Approaching Enemy
London Philharmonic Orchestra, Reinhard Linz ?:??
A9 Death and Debris
London Philharmonic Orchestra, Reinhard Linz ?:??
A10 Hymn of Victory
London Philharmonic Orchestra, Reinhard Linz ?:??
B1 National Anthem
U.S. Armed Forces Symphony ?:??
B2 U.S. Army
U.S. Armed Forces Symphony ?:??
B3 U.S. Navy
U.S. Armed Forces Symphony ?:??
B4 U.S. Coast Guard
U.S. Armed Forces Symphony ?:??
B5 U.S. Marines
U.S. Armed Forces Symphony ?:??
B6 U.S. Army Air Corps
U.S. Armed Forces Symphony ?:??
B7 National Anthem in Conclusion
U.S. Armed Forces Symphony ?:??

Credits

12" Vinyl 1

anthem of:
United States (1931-03-03 –) (tracks B1, B7)
additional composer:
Robert Russell Bennett (tracks A1, A3–A4)
additional lyricist:
Homer Smith (track B4)
arranger:
Robert Russell Bennett (tracks A1, A1–A2, A2–A3, A3–A4, A4–A5, A5–A6, A6–A7, A7–A8, A8–A9, A9–A10, A10)
composer:
Jacques Offenbach (track B5)
Richard Rodgers (tracks A1–A10)
John Stafford Smith (1780) (tracks B1, B7)
Charles A. Zimmerman (1906) (track B3)
Francis Saltus Van Boskerck (composer) (1927) (track B4)
Robert Crawford (1938) (track B6)
conductor:
Reinhard Linz (tracks A1–A10)
lyricist:
[unknown] (Special Purpose Artist - Do not add releases here, if possible.) (track B5)
Francis Scott Key (1814) (tracks B1, B7)
Alfred Hart Miles (1906) (track B3)
Francis Saltus Van Boskerck (composer) (1922) (track B4)
Robert Crawford (1938) (track B6)
orchestra:
London Philharmonic Orchestra (tracks A1–A10)
U.S. Armed Forces Symphony (tracks B1–B7)
publisher:
Rare Blue Music Inc (1988 – ????) (tracks B1, B7)
Vinnie Vincent Music (1988 – ????) (tracks B1, B7)
arrangements:
Star Spangled Banner (for banjo, arr. Charles Wood) (tracks B1, B7)
The Star Spangled Banner (arr. Grafulla) (tracks B1, B7)
The Star-Spangled Banner (for band, Sousa) (tracks B1, B7)
The Star-Spangled Banner (catch-all for arrangements) (tracks B1, B7)
The Star-Spangled Banner (for orchestra and choir ad libitum, arr. Stravinsky) (tracks B1, B7)
instrumental recording of:
Anchors Aweigh (track B3)
Marines’ Hymn (track B5)
Semper paratus (U.S. Coast Guard official march) (track B4)
The Army Goes Rolling Along (U.S. Army official song) (track B2)
The Star-Spangled Banner (tracks B1, B7)
The U.S. Air Force (official song of the United States Air Force) (track B6)
is the basis for:
Star-Spangled (tracks B1, B7)
later parody versions:
America (Laibach song, based on "The Star-Spangled Banner") (tracks B1, B7)
later versions:
No Other Love (track A3)
part of:
Victory at Sea (tracks A1, A3–A4)
recording of:
Beneath the Southern Cross (Victory at Sea) (track A3)
Death and Debris (track A9)
Fiddlin' Off Watch (track A6)
Guadalcanal March (Victory at Sea) (track A4)
Hymn of Victory (track A10)
The Song of the High Seas (Victory at Sea) (track A1)
version of: