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THE ALBUM: NIGEL KENNEDY LET LOOSE

LET LOOSE RELEASE DATE JUNE 8TH 1987

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AVAI LAB LE O N LP sex 6709 TC-SCX 6709 CD CD-SCX 6709

Nigel Kennedy's recording of the Elgar Violin Concerto was named 1985 Gramophone Record of the Year and honoured as

Best Classical Recording 1985 in the British Record Industry Awards .

(available on EMI EMINENCE LABEL)

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