“Impact - The Breakthrough To The Exciting World Of Stereo Sound” by Various Artists - album review

features in: (B-list) Album Chart of 1968(B-list) Album Chart of the 1960s

TJR says

As the liner notes tell it: “A further selection of tracks from the spectacular and exciting Studio Two catalogue… each one chosen to highlight the variety of repertoire and stereo sound quality; together forming a highly entertaining album that will be appreciated by listeners.

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A1 [01:50] 6.4.png David Rose and his Orchestra - The Stripper (David Rose) Orchestra Dance
A2 [02:37] 5.4.png Norrie Paramor and his Strings - Soul Coaxing (Michael Polnareff) Film Score / Incidental
A3 [02:58] 3.1.png Acker Bilk and The Stan Tracey Big Brass - Stranger On The Shore [brass version] (Acker Bilk) Crooner / Cabaret
A4 [02:00] 4.0.png Jaramillo and his Latin-American Rhythm - Sucu Sucu (Frederick Van Pallandt, Tarateno Rojas) Latin
A5 [02:57] 3.4.png Franck Pourcel and his Orchestra - Love Is Blue (Andre Popp, Pierre Cour) Orchestra Dance
A6 [04:43] 4.3.png Ron Goodwin and his Orchestra - Legend Of The Glass Mountain (Nino Rota) Film Score / Incidental
B1 [02:07] 6.2.png Joe Loss and his Orchestra - Wheels - Cha Cha (Norman Petty) Orchestra Dance
B2 [03:08] 3.6.png The Norman Newell Orchestra - Live For Life (Francis Lai) Orchestra Dance
B3 [03:01] 6.1.png Basil Henriques and The Waikiki Islanders - Can’t Take My Eyes Off You (Bob Crewe, Bob Gaudio) Orchestra Dance
B4 [03:28] 3.4.png Ralph Dollimore and his Orchestra - The Fool On The Hill (John Lennon, Paul McCartney) Orchestra Dance
B5 [03:18] 4.7.png Manuel and The Music of The Mountains - A Man And A Woman (Francis Lai) Orchestra Dance
B6 [03:44] 7.4.png Jack Emblow - Ritual Fire Dance (Manuel De Falla) Film Score / Incidental
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