Hendon Band Of The Salvation Army – A Life Worth Living. Label: Salvationist Publishing & Supplies Ltd. – SPS 134CD.
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a life worth living, Volume 2. Label Catalogue Number: SPS333CD. Release Date: April 2014 Originally recorded in 2013. Composer arr. Catherwood Dick and Melodie Tunney. Composer Brian Bowen. Orchestra: Hendon Band of The Salvation Army. Conductor: Dr Stephen Cobb. a life worth living, Volume 2. Dick and melodie tunney.
Desperate Living is the fifth studio album by Horse the Band, released October 6, 2009, through Vagrant Records. The album sees a departure from the band's reliance on the Nintendocore sound which they helped to pioneer with their demos and first two full-length albums
The Hendon Band of The Salvation Army is a non-professional Christian brass band that forms part of the Hendon Corps, a Salvation Army church in Hendon, a suburb of North West London, England. The band was founded in 1885. A Salvation Army corps was opened in Hendon in 1882, and its band, consisting of eight members, was formed three years later. Nineteenth century Salvation Army bands were made up entirely of men, and there was no requirement for members to have any particular musical ability
The story of The Salvation Army, a Christian Church working worldwide for more than 150 years. Information on its origins in London and its history. The Salvation Army is well-known for its music. Its bands and choirs can be found in many countries, with numerous other creative expressions like dance and drama springing from the movement. Songs were one of the tools of The Salvation Army right from its early days as the Christian Mission. Popular songs were rewritten with new lyrics which explained the Christian faith and used alongside well-known and contemporary hymns. The Salvation Army has always worked with young people, recognising their worth and therefore the importance of being relevant to them. Meetings and publications. In 1888, these activities were formalised and by 1897 the first national meetings for the age group were being held in the UK.
A Life Worth Living is the sixth studio album by Marc Broussard. Following the release of a live album/DVD Live at Full Sail University in 2013, and re-signing with Vanguard Records (who released his . Save Our Soul album in 2007), Broussard set to release his new studio album in 2014. The album cover was unveiled on May 13, 2014, and the set's first single "Hurricane Heart" premiered on May 19, 2014. The album was released on July 29, 2014.