“Breakthrough - An Introduction To Studio 2 Stereo” by Various Artists - album review

features in: (B-list) Album Chart of 1967(B-list) Album Chart of the 1960s

TJR says

An occasionally interesting LP, compiling 12 cuts from the series as described in the liner notes: “Here on this album is a collection from the spectacular Studio 2 Stereo catalogue - each one chosen to highlight the variety of repertoire and the stereo sound quality, together forming a highly entertaining album that would be appreciated by any listener”.

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A1 [03:08] 3.1.png Franck Pourcel - This Is My Song (Charles Chaplin) Orchestra Dance
A2 [03:28] 2.9.png Norrie Paramor and his Orchestra - Spanish Harlem (Jerry Leiber, Phil Spector) Orchestra Dance
A3 [02:17] 3.2.png Wout Steenhuis - Silhouette Hula (Danny Stewart, Steve Graham) Orchestra Dance
A4 [02:57] 3.1.png The Norman Newell Orchestra - More (Norman Newell, Nino Oliviero, Riz Ortolani) Orchestra Dance
A5 [02:42] 4.5.png Joe Loss and his Orchestra - Poppa Yo Quero (Walter Ridley Lobsa) Orchestra Dance
A6 [03:05] 2.5.png Manuel and The Music of The Mountains - Somewhere My Love (Maurice Jarre) Orchestra Dance
B1 [02:55] 5.5.png Ron Goodwin and his Orchestra - 633 Squadron (Ron Goodwin) Orchestra Dance
B2 [02:26] 4.0.png Pepe Jaramillo and his Latin American Rhythm - Exotica (Emil Richards) Orchestra Dance
B3 [03:40] 6.2.png Band of The Irish Guards - Michelle (John Lennon, Paul McCartney) Orchestra Dance
B4 [02:52] 3.1.png Garry Blake and his Orchestra - Strangers In The Night (Bert Kaempfert, Charles Singleton, Eddie Snyder) Orchestra Dance
B5 [04:02] 4.2.png Semprini - Limelight / Theme From Modern Times (Charlie Chaplin) Orchestra Dance
B6 [03:10] 3.3.png Eric Delaney and Louis Belson - St. Louis Blues March (William Christopher Handy) Orchestra Dance
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