The Bill Rayner Four - Old Time Favourites flac album
|Old Time Waltzes|
|A1.a||Lovliest Night Of The Year|
|A1.b||I'm Forever Blowing Bubbles|
|A2.a||Under The Bridges Of Paris|
|B1.a||Halls Of Montezuma|
|B1.c||Put Me Amongst The Girls|
|B2.a||There'll Always Be An England|
|B2.b||Rose Of England|
|B2.c||Take Me Back To Dear Old Blighty|
- Producer – Derek Arnold
NotesAlternative Cover art.
An Astron Production.
Made in England.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Rights Society: MCPS
|B.R, 18||The Bill Rayner Four*||Old Time Favourites (7")||Northern Dance Services||B.R, 18||UK||1971|
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