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Various - Voices (The First Book/Record One) download mp3 album
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Album:
Voices (The First Book/Record One)
Style:
Spoken Word, Special Effects, Poetry, Educational
Released:
1968
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Other Voices is the seventh studio album by the Doors, released by Elektra Records in October 1971. It was the first album released by the band following the death of the lead singer Jim Morrison in July 1971 with keyboardist Ray Manzarek and guitarist Robby Krieger sharing lead vocals. Tracks for the album had begun before Morrison's death and the band hoped that Morrison would return from Paris to finish them.

So, what came first, the rock & roll chicken or the rock & roll egg? No matter. The chicken crossed the road, and that's when rock & roll really started. The rest is discography. Track Listing - Disc 1.

On this page you can not listen to mp3 music free or download album or mp3 track to your PC, phone or tablet. All materials are provided for educational purposes. Non-Music music Children's music Folk, World, & Country music. Released at: This album was released on the label Argo Records (2) (catalog number DA 91). This album was released in 1968 year. UK. Format of the release is. Vinyl, LP.

But soon in the long, oppressively hot nights, Laura begins to hear something through the crackle of the baby monitor. First, a knocking sound. Then come the voices. For Norton, the voices mark an exciting opportunity. Someone who is determined to make themselves heard.

Tracklist Hide Credits

A1 Noises
A2a The Devil's Nine Questions
Vocals – Peggy Seeger
A2b The Devil's Polska
Kantele – Ilona Porma
A3a Jabberwocky
Music By – Paul Herbert Read By – Mike NewbyWritten-By – Lewis Carroll
A3b Child's Bouncing Song
Written-By – Tony Connor
A3c Jane, Jane
Vocals – Shirley Collins
A4a The Old Man's Song
Directed By – David SquibbTranslated By – Peter Freuchen
A4b Toward The Grave
A5a The Seafarer
Read By – Sidney Bradley
A5b Man Cursing The Sea
Translated By – George Theiner*Written-By – Miroslav Holub
A5c Sea Interlude Two (The Storm)
Orchestra – Orchestra Of The Royal Opera House, Covent GardenWritten-By, Conductor – Benjamin Britten
B1a Pastoral
B1b Shepherd's Fire
Read By – Peter OrrWritten-By – John Clare
B1c Aunt's Tantrums
Read By – Freda DowieWritten-By – William Barnes
B1d Turf Carrier On Aranmore
Read By – Peter OrrWritten-By – John Hewitt
B1e Derby Ram
Vocals – Mike Seeger, Peggy Seeger
B2a Church Bells
B2b The Bells Of Rhymney
Vocals – Terry Yarnell, The Critics Written-By – Idrys Davies, Pete Seeger
B3a What's What
Read By – Tony ChurchWritten-By – Alastair Reid
B3b Narnian Suite Pt. 1
Music By – Patrick HarrexRecorded By – Heslington Primary School, Students Of York UniversityWritten-By – C.S. Lewis
B3c Narnian Suite Pt. 2
Music By – Patrick HarrexRecorded By – Heslington Primary School, Students Of York UniversityWritten-By – C.S. Lewis
B4a Chant Before Battle
Translated By – Allen Curnow, Roger Oppenheim
B4b Battle And Defeat Of Napoleon
Conductor – Istvan Kertesz*Orchestra – London Symphony Orchestra*Written-By – Zoltan Kodaly*

Companies, etc.

  • Mastered At – Decca Studios
  • Record Company – Argo Record Company Limited
  • Published By – Copyright Control
  • Printed By – Graphics Press Limited

Credits

  • Directed By, Producer – Harley J. Usill, John Gilbert
  • Edited By, Liner Notes – Geoffrey Summerfield
  • Mastered By – B
  • Photography By – Alan Spain

Notes

Presented in association with Penguin Education and the Decca Educational Service.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side A): ARG-3103-2B
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side B): ARG-3104-1B
  • Matrix / Runout (Label Side A, Inverted): ARG 3013
  • Matrix / Runout (Label Side B, Inverted): ARG 3014
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Wow what a record... From deep south folk, to church bells. From Shanties to stirring poetry. Great variety here