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Armistice 1918

Armistice 1918 by Bill Carrothers buy album

Bill Carrothers

Label: Sketch
Released: 2004
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Track Listing

Disc One: There's a Long Long Trail a Winding; Hello Ma Baby; Let Me Call You Sweetheart; Cuddle Up a Little Closer; Say Au Revoir; A Call to Arms - On Moonlight Bay; America, I Love You; I'm Always Chasing Rainbows; And the Band Played On; Christmas 1914 - Silent Night; There's A Long Long Trail a Winding; I'm Afraid to Come Home in the Dark; Till We Meet Again
Disc Two: Till We Meet Again; Roses of Picardy; Evening Stand-To; Trench Raid; The Leaning Virgin of Albert; Caissons; Rum Ration; No-Man's Land; Funk Hole; Birds on the Wire; It's a Long Way to Tipperary; The Rose of No-Man's Land; A Rumour of Peace; The Wait; Keep the Home Fires Burning; I Didn't Raise My Boy to Be a Soldier; Armistice Day

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Additional Personnel / Information

Bill Carrothers (piano), Peg Carrothers (voice), Matt Turner (cello), Drew Gress (double-bass), Bill Stewart (drums), Jay Epstein (percussion, sound effects), Mark Henderson (bass clarinet)
The Knob Creek Choir: Bill Carrothers, Bill Carrothers Sr., G?rard de Haro, Jay Epstein, Phillippe Ghielmetti, Drew Gress, Ted Holsten, Bill Stewart, Matt Turner, Steve Wiese, Davis Wilson


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