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Boomkat Product Review:
Always a welcome sight in the review pile, here's another title in CD41's series of wartime archive releases, this time focussing on broadcast recordings by pilots of the Royal Air Force and incredible live commentary documents capturing air assaults as they happened, out in the field. The main draw here has to be the fascinating accounts from pilots, including one especially colourful monologue from the unfortunately monikered Adolf 'Sailor' Malan, a Spitfire ace on whom Robert Shaw's squadron leader character in the 1969 film The Battle Of Britain was supposedly based. All you plane-spotters and collectors of engine recordings (i know you're out there) will also be pleased to hear isolated captures (in excellent quality) of flypasts by both Spitfires and Hurricanes. Another marvellous edition from CD41.