|1||Call of the Gospel||Bellshill Salvation Army Band||Immeasurable|
|2-4||A Wartime Sketchbook||Brighouse & Rastrick Band||Bolero|
|5||Trombone Time||Trombone Soloist Brett Baker with Black Dyke Band||Contrasts|
|6||Here is the Place||The Household Troops Band||For the World|
|7||The Victory Cry!||Cornet Soloist Craig Snell with Boscombe Band||An Easter Tale|
|8||A Winter's Tale||Black Dyke Band||Christmas Collection|
|9||Dark Abyss||Eikanger-Bjorsvik Musikklag||Highlights from EBBC 2018|
|10||What a Wonderful Day||The International Staff Band||Endeavour... A Weekend with the ISB|
|11||The Seal Lullaby||Flugel Horn Soloist Zoe Hancock with Black Dyke Band||Black Dyke Gold Volume 7|
|12||Music-Maker||The International Staff Band||Larsson in Brass|
|14||Gallery||Brighouse & Rastrick Band||The Nationals 2017|
|15||The Four Seasons||Cory Band||The Art of Brass|
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Several Salvation Army bands make stellar contributions throughout the CD, including Belshill's lively 'Call of the Gospel'. Brett Baker's premiere recording of Kenneth Downie's 'Trombone Time' provides an energetic and light-hearted concert item, whist Black Dyke's flugel soloist, Zoe Hancock, delivers a simply beautiful rendition of Eric Whitacre's popular 'The Seal Lullaby'.
In terms of sheer impact, however, nothing stands out quite as much as Brighouse & Rastrick's live performance of Howard Snell's 'Gallery' from The Nationals 2017 recording. The quality of both the composition and the degree of passion in the performance make this the icing on the cake of an enjoyably varied compilation disc from World of Brass.