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"Going to the Army!" - Marc Harry's Podcast
Salvation Army Music at its Best!
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Location: Lincoln
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March 11, 2015 09:31 AM PDT

"Going to the Army!" is a podcast series featuring Salvation Army music. This 20th monthly Episode is for March 2015 and continues the 2nd year of the "Going to the Army!" ministry. This episode focusses on Lent and the weeks leading up to Easter, to the majority Christians the most significant part of the Christian year.

Music includes examples of band music as well as songster brigades and singing companies, soloists and vocal groups. Two recent CD releases are referenced in the podcast:

GENERATIONS - featuring the music of Roland, John, Stephen, Roger, Matthew and Philip Cobb can be purchased from SP&S here:

http://www.sps-shop.com/cd-generations-7070-p.asp

and SUMMER SUNS by Kaytie Harding and Howard Evans is available from:

http://www.voicefromthecoalshed.co.uk/kaytie-harding-summer-suns.htm

Originally begun for just a few friends and family members GttA has become SO MUCH MORE than that in just 20 months. The Episodes and 'specials' have been listened to or downloaded HUNDREDS of THOUSANDS of times in all continents and more than 50 countries throughout the world - and has been played to even more by listeners who share them with family, church shut-ins and other friends who do not have access to the internet. 

This new podcast continues the ever-growing ministry of GttA around the world and features songs and pieces that have been well-loved and very well-blessed for many years throughout the Salvation Army World. I am particularly grateful to people who send me requests for items they would like featured on GttA.

We have had to upgrade from the FREE Podomatic service three times now so many thanks to those who have donated enabling us to be able to do that.  In the months ahead we may run out of space on the Podomatic host site and, if we do then the early episodes will need to be deleted. The only option to this would be to upgrade the subscription package still further. Any donations to this ministry are gratefully received and my be sent via PayPal through the link on the right hand side of the podcast's main page at: www.goingtothearmy.podomatic.com

The "Going to the Army" Facebook group recently passed 3,900 members from all around the world.

"They shall come from the East, They shall come from the West and sit down in the Kingdom of God". Hallelujah! 

Much of the featured music is from my own transfers of old SA LPs, 78s and cassettes but some CD and original recordings are also included. Presented by lifelong Salvationist musician and actor Marc Harry this podcast features music by bands, songsters, singing companies and soloists. In addition, background information about the music, the Salvation Army and the presenter's own experiences are included. Feedback is welcomed - as are requests for songs/pieces that can be considered for future podcasts. - either here, on this page or to goingtothearmy@marcharry.com 

February 19, 2015 07:50 AM PST

"Going to the Army!" is a podcast series featuring Salvation Army music. This 19th monthly Episode is for February 2015 and continues the 2nd year of the "Going to the Army!" ministry. There was NO GttA in January 2015, the first 'break' since its inception in July 2013. 

This very special episode is a musical tribute to Lt Colonel Ray Steadman-Allen who was Promoted to Glory in December 2014 at the age of 92 and after more than 65 years as an active Salvationist composer of the highest rank! The legacy of wonderful music he has left us is both vast in number and almost unparalelled in its variety - the quality of that music, it goes almost without saying, of course, is amongst the best ever produced from within the Salvation Army.

This is a special 2.5 hour tribute edition of Going to the Army in honour of RS-A, as he was often fondly referred to and I hope it does honour to his memory, music and the contribution his long life and service made to our movement's musical and Spiritual ministry.

Much of the featured music is from my own transfers of old SA LPs, 78s and cassettes but some CD and original recordings are also included. Presented by lifelong Salvationist musician and actor Marc Harry this podcast features music by bands, songsters, singing companies and soloists. In addition, background information about the music, the Salvation Army and the presenter's own experiences are included. Feedback is welcomed - as are requests for songs/pieces that can be considered for future podcasts. - either here, on this page or to goingtothearmy@marcharry.com 

Donations to help with the costs of the web-hosting of "Going to the Army!" are always welcome and the link to donate via PayPal towards the continuance of the podcast can be found on the right hand side podcast's main page at: www.goingtothearmy.podomatic.com

December 23, 2014 10:16 AM PST

"Going to the Army!" is a podcast series featuring Salvation Army music. This 18th monthly Episode is for December/Christmas 2014 and continues the 2nd year of the "Going to the Army!" ministry. This episode is the 2nd 'Christmas Special' although, unlike 2013 (and by popular request) a commentary on each piece is restored.

Originally begun for just a few friends and family members GttA has become SO MUCH MORE than that in just 14 months. The Episodes and 'specials' have been listened to or downloaded HUNDREDS of THOUSANDS of times in all continents and more than 50 countries throughout the world - and has been played to even more by listeners who share them with family, church shut-ins and other friends who do not have access to the internet.

We have had to upgrade from the FREE Podomatic service three times now so many thanks to those who have donated enabling us to be able to do that.

In this Special Christmas Episode we feature music from many of the great SA composers including Norman Bearcroft, Robert Redhead, Joy Webb, Steven Bulla and, of course, Ray Steadman-Allen who was Promoted to Glory at the age of 92 just a week before the podcast was completed

This new podcast continues the ever-growing ministry of GttA around the world and features songs and pieces that have been well-loved and very well-blessed for many years throughout the Salvation Army World. I am particularly grateful to people who send me items they would like featured on GttA.
The "Going to the Army" Facebook group recently passed 3,700 members from all around the world.

"They shall come from the East, They shall come from the West and sit down in the Kingdom of God". Hallelujah!

Much of the featured music is from my own transfers of old SA LPs, 78s and cassettes but some CD and original recordings are also included. Presented by lifelong Salvationist musician and actor Marc Harry this podcast features music by bands, songsters, singing companies and soloists. In addition, background information about the music, the Salvation Army and the presenter's own experiences are included. Feedback is welcomed - as are requests for songs/pieces that can be considered for future podcasts. - either here, on this page or to goingtothearmy@marcharry.com

Donations to help with the costs of the web-hosting of "Going to the Army!" are always welcome and the link to donate via PayPal towards the continuance of the podcast can be found on the right hand side podcast's main page at: www.goingtothearmy.podomatic.com

November 15, 2014 05:28 AM PST

"Going to the Army!" is a podcast series featuring Salvation Army music. This 17th monthly Episode is for October 2014 and continues the 2nd year of the "Going to the Army!" ministry.

Originally begun for just a few friends and family members GttA has become SO MUCH MORE than that in just 14 months. The Episodes and 'specials' have been listened to or downloaded HUNDREDS of THOUSANDS of times in all continents and more than 50 countries throughout the world - and has been played to even more by listeners who share them with family, church shut-ins and other friends who do not have access to the internet.

We have had to upgrade from the FREE Podomatic service three times now so many thanks to those who have donated enabling us to be able to do that.There is a new feature this month in which I interview a Salvationist about their life and service - it is hoped to continue and develop this feature - and if you would like to be included please drop me a line at goingtothearmy@marcharry.com

This latest episode is dedicated to cornet soloists throughout the Salvation Army world and features 4 of the greatest cornet soloists from the history of the movement: Tom Giles, Deryck Diffey, Ron Mostaard and Derek Smith, as well as music by Erik Leidzen, Robert Redhead and 2 songs by Joy Webb.

This new podcast continues the ever-growing ministry of GttA around the world and features songs and pieces that have been well-loved and very well-blessed for many years throughout the Salvation Army World. I am particularly grateful to people who send me items they would like featured on GttA.

Thank you for supporting this podcast and for your frequent encouragement to me to continue! I assure you it is no chore! The global range of listeners continues to grow with additions to the Facebook group having recently come from many African Corps and Venezuela. The group recently passed 3,600 members."They shall come from the East, They shall come from the West and sit down in the Kingdom of God". Hallelujah!

Much of the featured music is from my own transfers of old SA LPs, 78s and cassettes but some CD and original recordings are also included. Presented by lifelong Salvationist musician and actor Marc Harry this podcast features music by bands, songsters, singing companies and soloists. In addition, background information about the music, the Salvation Army and the presenter's own experiences are included. Feedback is welcomed - as are requests for songs/pieces that can be considered for future podcasts. - either here, on this page or to goingtothearmy@marcharry.com

Donations to help with the costs of the web-hosting of "Going to the Army!" are always welcome and the link to donate via PayPal towards the continuance of the podcast can be found on the right hand side podcast's main page at: www.goingtothearmy.podomatic.com

October 01, 2014 11:50 AM PDT

"Going to the Army!" is a podcast series featuring Salvation Army music. This 16th monthly Episode is for October 2014 and continues the 2nd year of the "Going to the Army!" ministry. 

Originally begun for just a few friends and family members GttA has become SO MUCH MORE than that in just 14 months. The Episodes and 'specials' have been listened to or downloaded HUNDREDS of THOUSANDS of times in all continents and more than 50 countries throughout the world - and has been played to even more by listeners who share them with family, church shut-ins and other friends who do not have access to the internet.

We have had to upgrade from the FREE Podomatic service three times now so many thanks to those who have donated enabling us to be able to do that.There is a new feature this month in which I interview a Salvationist about their life and service - it is hoped to continue and develop this feature - and if you would like to be included please drop me a line at goingtothearmy@marcharry.com

This latest episode is themed on the Parable of The Prodigal Son as told by Jesus in Luke's Gospel. It features songs and pieces with the theme of reconciliation with God and His all-forgiving love. Also featured is an interview with Major Mark Bearcroft about the Salvation Army presence in the Middle East - and also with more information about the recently held 1st Music School in Malawi

(A video recording of the entire 'final festival from the Malawi Musci School is available to be enjoyed here:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MpHFN4mwi20 )


This new podcast continues the ever-growing ministry of GttA around the world and features songs and pieces that have been well-loved and very well-blessed for many years throughout the Salvation Army World. I am particularly grateful to people who send me items they would like featured on GttA.

Thank you for supporting this podcast and for your frequent encouragement to me to continue! I assure you it is no chore! The global range of listeners continues to grow with additions to the Facebook group having recently come from many African Corps and Venezuela. The group recently passed 3,600 members."They shall come from the East, They shall come from the West and sit down in the Kingdom of God". Hallelujah!

Much of the featured music is from my own transfers of old SA LPs, 78s and cassettes but some CD and original recordings are also included. Presented by lifelong Salvationist musician and actor Marc Harry this podcast features music by bands, songsters, singing companies and soloists. In addition, background information about the music, the Salvation Army and the presenter's own experiences are included. Feedback is welcomed - as are requests for songs/pieces that can be considered for future podcasts. - either here, on this page or to goingtothearmy@marcharry.com

Donations to help with the costs of the web-hosting of "Going to the Army!" are always welcome and the link to donate via PayPal towards the continuance of the podcast can be found on the right hand side podcast's main page at: www.goingtothearmy.podomatic.com

September 05, 2014 04:06 AM PDT

"Going to the Army!" is a podcast series featuring Salvation Army music. This 15th monthly Episode is for September 2014 and continues the 2nd year of the "Going to the Army!" ministry. 

Originally begun for just a few friends and family members GttA has become SO MUCH MORE than that in just 14 months. The Episodes and 'specials' have been listened to or downloaded HUNDREDS of THOUSANDS of times in all continents and more than 50 countries throughout the world - and has been played to even more by listeners who share them with family, church shut-ins and other friends who do not have access to the internet.

We have had to upgrade from the FREE Podomatic service three times now so many thanks to those who have donated enabling us to be able to do that.There is a new feature this month in which I interview a Salvationist about their life and service - it is hoped to continue and develop this feature - and if you would like to be included please drop me a line at goingtothearmy@marcharry.com

This new episode is an intensely personal one for me having been inpsired my recent events and a family holiday (including worship with friends in Lincoln). It features music by SA bands, songster brigades, a rock group, a congregational song, singing company, music school, holiday fellowship and soloists.   Also referred to are the Salvation Army's Summer Camps which will have taking place around the world this month - including, of course, the first ever SA Music School in Malawi - we are pleased that, thanks to Major Mark Bearcroft. we are able to include music from that very camp this month!

A video recording of the entire 'final festival from the Malawi Musci School is available to be enjoyed here:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MpHFN4mwi20

Please pray for all young people (and staff members) who have been involved in these camps - many of us know how life-changing these experiences can be!
This new podcast continues the ever-growing ministry of GttA around the world and features songs and pieces that have been well-loved and very well-blessed for many years throughout the Salvation Army World. I am particularly grateful to people who send me items they would like featured on GttA - amongst these we hear this month from the newly augurated USA Western Territorial Staff Band (Neil Smith) whose first CD, Trust in Jesus' is avaialble here:

http://www.cdbaby.com/cd/usawesternterritorystaff

or here:

https://itunes.apple.com/gb/album/trust-in-jesus/id890126884

Thank you for supporting this podcast and for your frequent encouragement to me to continue! I assure you it is no chore! The global range of listeners continues to grow with additions to the Facebook group having recently come from many African Corps and Venezuela. The group recently passed 3,500 members."They shall come from the East, They shall come from the West and sit down in the Kingdom of God". Hallelujah!

Much of the featured music is from my own transfers of old SA LPs, 78s and cassettes but some CD and original recordings are also included. Presented by lifelong Salvationist musician and actor Marc Harry this podcast features music by bands, songsters, singing companies and soloists. In addition, background information about the music, the Salvation Army and the presenter's own experiences are included. Feedback is welcomed - as are requests for songs/pieces that can be considered for future podcasts. - either here, on this page or to goingtothearmy@marcharry.com

Donations to help with the costs of the web-hosting of "Going to the Army!" are always welcome and the link to donate via PayPal towards the continuance of the podcast can be found on the right hand side podcast's main page at: www.goingtothearmy.podomatic.com

July 30, 2014 10:47 AM PDT

"Going to the Army!" is a podcast series featuring Salvation Army music. This 14th monthly Episode is for August 2014 and continues the 2nd year of the "Going to the Army!" ministry. Originally begun for just a few friends and family members GttA has become SO MUCH MORE than that in just 12 months. The Episodes and 'specials' have been listened to or downloaded HUNDREDS of THOUSANDS of times in all continents and more than 50 countries throughout the world - and has been played to even more by listeners who share them with family, church shut-ins and other friends who do not have access to the internet. We have had to upgrade from the FREE Podomatic service three times now so many thanks to those who have donated enabling us to be able to do that.There is a new feature this month in which I interview a Salvationist about their life and service - it is hoped to continue and develop this feature - and if you would like to be included please drop me a line atgoingtothearmy@marcharry.comThis new episode features music by SA bands, songster brigades, a male voice group, a congregational song, Ladies Voices and soloists.   Also referred to are the Salvation Army's Summer Camps which will be taking place around the world this month - including, of course, the first ever SA Music School in Malawi. There is still an opportunity to sponsor delegates for this historic event and further details can be found at: https://www.facebook.com/groups/228795963991931/ PayPal donations to the Malawi Music School can be made directly via this link: https://www.paypal.com/cgi-bin/webscr?cmd=_s-xclick&hosted_button_id=NXGAYV4H7AZ5J Please pray for all young people (and staff members) involved in these camps - many of us know how life-changing these experiences can be!This new podcast continues the ever-growing ministry of GttA around the world and features songs and pieces that have been well-loved and very well-blessed for many years throughout the Salvation Army World. Thank you for supporting this podcast and for your frequent encouragement to me to continue! I assure you it is no chore! The global range of listeners continues to grow with additions to the Facebook group having recently come from many African Corps and Venezuela. The group recently passed 3,260 members."They shall come from the East, They shall come from the West and sit down in the Kingdom of God". Hallelujah! Much of the featured music is from my own transfers of old SA LPs, 78s and cassettes but some CD and original recordings are also included. Presented by lifelong Salvationist musician and actor Marc Harry this podcast features music by bands, songsters, singing companies and soloists. In addition, background information about the music, the Salvation Army and the presenter's own experiences are included. Feedback is welcomed - as are requests for songs/pieces that can be considered for future podcasts. - either here, on this page or togoingtothearmy@marcharry.com Donations to help with the costs of the web-hosting of "Going to the Army!" are always welcome and the link to donate via PayPal towards the continuance of the podcast can be found on the right hand side podcast's main page at: www.goingtothearmy.podomatic.com

July 04, 2014 10:12 AM PDT

"Going to the Army!" is a podcast series featuring Salvation Army music.

This 13th monthly Episode is for July 2014 and marks the beginning of the 2nd year of the "Going to the Army!" ministry. Originally begun for just a few friends and family members GttA has become SO MUCH MORE than that in just 12 months. The Episodes and 'specials' have been listened to or downloaded HUNDREDS of THOUSANDS of times in all continents and more than 50 countries throughout the world - and has been played to even more by listeners who share them with family, church shut-ins and other friends who do not have access to the internet. We have had to upgrade from the FREE Podomatic service three times now so many thanks to those who have donated enabling us to be able to do that.

ERROR on the new epside commentary: The Air Varie - A Sunbeam was composed by Phil Catalinet and not by Albert Jakeway, who conducted the Rosehill Band in the performance heard. Apologies.

This new episode features music by SA bands, songster brigades, a singing company, a congregational song...and a singing company!  Mentioned in the Episode is Brindley Boon's autobiogarphy, "The Best of Both Worlds" which is available from SP&S at this link:


http://www.ekmpowershop28.com/ekmps/shops/stcadmin6678/book-the-best-of-both-worlds-2290-p.asp

Also referred to is the forthcoming, first ever SA Music School in Malawi. There is still an opportunity to sponsor delegates for this historic event and further details can be found at:

https://www.facebook.com/groups/228795963991931/

PayPal donations to the Malawi Music School can be made directly via this link:

https://www.paypal.com/cgi-bin/webscr?cmd=_s-xclick&hosted_button_id=NXGAYV4H7AZ5J

The new programme continues the ever-growing ministry of GttA around the world and features songs and pieces that have been well-loved and very well-blessed for many years throughout the Salvation Army World. 

Thank you for supporting this podcast and for your frequent encouragement to me to continue! I assure you it is no chore (although family and health circumstances have led to te last two podcasts being a few days late! The global range of listeners continues to grow with additions to the Facebook group having recently passed 3,150 members.

"They shall come from the East, They shall come from the West and sit down in the Kingdom of God". Hallelujah! 

Much of the featured music is from my own transfers of old SA LPs, 78s and cassettes but some CD and original recordings are also included. Presented by lifelong Salvationist musician and actor Marc Harry this podcast features music by bands, songsters, singing companies and soloists. In addition, background information about the music, the Salvation Army and the presenter's own experiences are included. Feedback is welcomed - as are requests for songs/pieces that can be considered for future podcasts. - either here, on this page or to goingtothearmy@marcharry.com

June 04, 2014 06:52 AM PDT

 PLEASE DON'T FORGET PART TWO!

"Going to the Army!" is a podcast series featuring Salvation Army music. This 12th monthly Episode is for June 2014 and completes the first year of the "Going to the Army!" ministry. Originally begun for just a few friends and family members GttA has become SO MUCH MORE than that in just 12 months. The Episodes and 'specials' have been listened to or downloaded HUNDREDS of THOUSANDS of times in almost countries throughout the world and played to even more by listeners who share them with family, church shut-ins and other friends who do not have access to the internet. We have had to upgrade from the FREE Podomatic service three times now so many thanks to those who have donated enabling us to be able to do that.

This new episode is an unashamed celebration of 'all things Army' and features music by SA bands, songster brigades, soloists, a Youth Chorus...and me!  It also concludes with a special section commemorating the sinking of 'The Empress Of Ireland', the ship carrying the Canadian Staff Band and other delegates to the International Congress in 1914 that sank after a collision, costing the lives of over 1,000 people, including the vast majority of the band. This occurred exactly one hundred years ago and the CSB recently took part in commemorative events to mark this centenary.
For reasons of time and convenience this latest podcast is in 2 parts. PLEASE also listen part two - the only other time I split the podcast part one had twice as many listens as part 2 - I hope it wasn't simply forgotten! PLEASE DON'T FORGET PART TWO!

The new programme continues the ever-growing ministry of GttA around the world and features songs and pieces that have been well-loved and very well-blessed for many years throughout the Salvation Army World. 

Thank you for supporting this podcast and for your frequent encouragement to me to continue! I assure you it is no chore (although family and health circumstances have led to te last two podcasts being a few days late! The global range of listeners continues to grow with additions to the Facebook group having recently passed 3,150 members.

"They shall come from the East, They shall come from the West and sit down in the Kingdom of God". Hallelujah! 

Much of the featured music is from my own transfers of old SA LPs, 78s and cassettes but some CD and original recordings are also included. Presented by lifelong Salvationist musician and actor Marc Harry this podcast features music by bands, songsters, singing companies and soloists. In addition, background information about the music, the Salvation Army and the presenter's own experiences are included. Feedback is welcomed - as are requests for songs/pieces that can be considered for future podcasts. - either here, on this page or to goingtothearmy@marcharry.com

June 04, 2014 06:25 AM PDT

"Going to the Army!" is a podcast series featuring Salvation Army music. This 12th monthly Episode is for June 2014 and completes the first year of the "Going to the Army!" ministry. Originally begun for just a few friends and family members GttA has become SO MUCH MORE than that in just 12 months. The Episodes and 'specials' have been listened to or downloaded HUNDREDS of THOUSANDS of times in almost countries throughout the world and played to even more by listeners who share them with family, church shut-ins and other friends who do not have access to the internet. We have had to upgrade from the FREE Podomatic service three times now so many thanks to those who have donated enabling us to be able to do that.

This new episode is an unashamed celebration of 'all things Army' and features music by SA bands, songster brigades, soloists, a Youth Chorus...and me!  It also concludes with a special section commemorating the sinking of 'The Empress Of Ireland', the ship carrying the Canadian Staff Band and other delegates to the International Congress in 1914 that sank after a collision, costing the lives of over 1,000 people, including the vast majority of the band. This occurred exactly one hundred years ago and the CSB recently took part in commemorative events to mark this centenary.
For reasons of time and convenience this latest podcast is in 2 parts. PLEASE also listen part two - the only other time I split the podcast part one had twice as many listens as part 2 - I hope it wasn't simply forgotten! PLEASE DON'T FORGET PART TWO!

The new programme continues the ever-growing ministry of GttA around the world and features songs and pieces that have been well-loved and very well-blessed for many years throughout the Salvation Army World. 

Thank you for supporting this podcast and for your frequent encouragement to me to continue! I assure you it is no chore (although family and health circumstances have led to te last two podcasts being a few days late! The global range of listeners continues to grow with additions to the Facebook group having recently passed 3,150 members.

"They shall come from the East, They shall come from the West and sit down in the Kingdom of God". Hallelujah! 

Much of the featured music is from my own transfers of old SA LPs, 78s and cassettes but some CD and original recordings are also included. Presented by lifelong Salvationist musician and actor Marc Harry this podcast features music by bands, songsters, singing companies and soloists. In addition, background information about the music, the Salvation Army and the presenter's own experiences are included. Feedback is welcomed - as are requests for songs/pieces that can be considered for future podcasts. - either here, on this page or to goingtothearmy@marcharry.com

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