The amount of profit generated from the sales of our latest CD ‘Golden Tracks’ has now exceeded £375. There are just 80 CDs remaining to be sold – so be sure to snap one up when you get the chance. All profit from these sales goes directly to the charity supported by EOTT.
The group will shortly need to make plans for their fifth recording session.
A video has been released which features vocals recorded last year by End Of The Track. The music ‘The Great War Ghost Waltz’ was composed by local musician Will Lawton, and is being used by the London College Of Music to accompany a new production called ‘Women At War’.
Here is the video created by Will following the recording session. The vocals were recorded at our rehearsals studio.
After today’s performance in Trowbridge – which recorded six more sales – we have now sold 125 copies of the ‘Golden Tracks’ album with a total income of £780 (including donations at concerts).
Sales of the latest album ‘Golden Tracks’ have gone very well at the last two performances. Five copies were sold yesterday at Kington St Michael, and five more were sold today at the Activity Zone, Malmesbury.
The group perform in Swindon tomorrow at the Immanuel Church Day Centre. The start time is 2:40pm.
We have taken delivery of a further 100 copies of our latest recording ‘Golden Tracks’ – just in time for the Christmas rush. Order your copy via the group’s contact details.
An order has been placed for a further 100 copies of the group’s latest CD recording ‘Golden Tracks’ – bringing the total number of pressings to 250.
Sales of this recording by group members account for 57 CDs, and a further 37 copies being sold at live performances.
The latest performances by the group have pushed the total sales figure for our fourth CD recording ‘Golden Tracks’ to 94 – out of an initial pressing of 150 CDs. The money collected from these sales, together with a number of donations by our audiences, is now showing a small profit.
This suggests a further batch of 100 pressings needs to be made prior to the Christmas period.
Latest sales figures for the group’s latest album show that 74 CDs have been sold. The majority of those sales have been made by the members of the group, but 25 are recorded as concert sales.
Singer Dave Hackett is the leading salesman of the group – having sold 12 CDs. He is followed by John Webb with 11 sales.
The sales and donations received since the album went on sale in April 2017 are nearing the overall cost of producing it.
Here is the second recording performed at the Chippenham Campus of the Wiltshire College.
The following soundtrack was recorded at the Chippenham Campus of the Wiltshire College. It features the gospel song ‘Where Could I Go But To The Lord’ and should be compared with another version of this song that appears in an earlier posting to this site.