Blow The Man Down - Various - Funtastic 50 Childrens Songs (Vinyl, LP)

Very Good VG 4 Items 4. Good G 3 Items 3. Excellent EX 2 Items 2. Mint M 1 Items 1. Not Specified 31 Items New 8 Items 8. Used 68 Items Not Specified 6 Items 6. Please provide a valid price range. Buying Format. All Listings. Accepts Offers. Buy It Now. Item Location. Canada Only. North America. Shipping Options. Free International Shipping. Local Pickup. Free Local Pickup. Show only. Starting in fall,the RCA Special Products label changed to black far left with a full color Nipper logo at the top.

The "Special Products" was rotated 90 degrees and placed at the left side of the label. In earlythe label near left switched to a smaller logo at the top with "Special Products" under the logo. This label was used for vinyl issues from through the s. Prepared for Tele-House, Inc. Prepared for the Ford Motor Company as a demo with original equipment 8-track players. It was wrapped in a plain paper covering which also included the instructions for operating the 8-track player.

Special Collectors Edition. Record 1: Baltimore News Pt. Gatefold cover with extensive liner notes. Custom red or orange label see right with a small "RCA Special Products" near the bottom of the label. Back of jacket see right has cover for Volume 2.

Many of the earliest hits are presented here as stereo re-recordings. Later pressings have whatever label design was current when the later pressing was made. Limited Edition. All tracks mono. This is a promotional item for Achromycin V tetracycline capsules. The jacket contains an insert advertising the drug. Teleny's Incredible Plugged-in Orchestra.

Released in latethis is one of the first releases with the new blue RCA Special Products label. Jolly Old St. This was a giveaway demo for original equipment 8-track players in new cars. Custom blue and white label see right. LP) stores. Prepared for John Deere, Inc. The jacket notes, "This limited collector's edition has been issued especially for those in the international communications field.

It's RCA Globcom's way of expressing it's total appreciation. Even though this is a ten-record set, the "number of discs" digit in the catalog number is "9," probably to keep it a single digit for the computer field in the inventory program.

Ten-or-more disc sets were rare enough that "9" became an indicator of "9 or more. Back of jacket has a second cover see right. Seeing this reminds me of the bad old days when a song would start, then the track would change. Since we have not seen an LP counterpart, this may have been an 8-track only release. Front cover had blue lettering with a red border, while back cover see right has red lettering with a blue border.

Sticker on front gives the track lineups. Front cover notes, "To commemorate the th anniversary of the Pennwalt Corporation, the 75th anniversary of the orchestra, and the 75th birthday of Eugene Ormandy. Record 1: Symphony No. Some songs also feature the piano of Floyd Cramer. Record 1: Johnny B. This may have been the first LP with that label. Expanded version of DPL 1above. Obviously, "the greatest town in the world" refers to New York City.

Air Force Museum. Zhivago" - Hugo Montenegro. Put Another Nickel In Music! Program 1: Bach: Superjoy - Dr. Eh, Marie! This set is mono. Record 1: Sympony No. On the cover, Milnes is billed as "America's Leading Baritone. Custom label see right. Emerson Jones. Special Collector's Edition.

Let It Snow! DPM 1 - Listeners' Guild. Record 1: Also Sprach Zarathustra, Op. Fold-open cover. Blue Abkco label. This album is mono. Back of jacket notes, "A series of songs about National destinations and the National spirit of sunshine. The song list below is from the first of three cartridges. If released on vinyl, this would be a 6-LP set. Custom grey label see right. Labels give title as It's Nice to Go Travelin'. Will I Be Seeing You. But just about every modern musical genre is represented, from hip-hop to grunge to avant-garde classical.

Just like the N. A biopicits soundtrack tracks the history of the hip-hop group from its earliest recordings to its post-breakup solo work. Some of the best single-artist soundtracks function as de facto compilations. Just grab a glow stick and hit the floor.

The film of Blow The Man Down - Various - Funtastic 50 Childrens Songs (Vinyl Mambo Kings is a stirring story about how music helped two immigrant brothers find a place in America. This ludicrously twisty, overheated crime picture would be pretty justly forgotten were it not for its one-of-a-kind soundtrack: an experiment in creating a new musical genre. One of the bleakest movies ever made about American teenagers — following a bunch of small-town Blow The Man Down - Various - Funtastic 50 Childrens Songs (Vinyl conspiring to cover up a murder committed by one of their friends — is accompanied by one of the harshest soundtracks ever recorded.

No poseurs allowed. The songs blasting out of their car stereos suggest otherwise. In the year of the American bicentennial, teenagers had never been so free.

Nevertheless, the movie resonated with a small but fervent audience, who helped elevate it to cult status, while clinging passionately to a soundtrack filled with modern rockers like Gin Blossoms, Better Than Ezra, Toad the Wet Sprocket, Cracker, and the Cranberries. Cameron Crowe started writing the movie that would become Singles LP) long after he moved to Seattle, where the former Rolling Stone reporter was immediately impressed with the then-underground music scene.

By the time Crowe finished the film, his friends in bands like Soundgarden, Pearl Jam, and Mudhoney were some of the biggest rock stars in the world. More than just a collection of tunes that were featured in the movie, this soundtrack aims to recreate the whole experience LP) the latest A Star Is Bornwith dialogue snippets and multiple versions of the same numbers, just like in the film.

The songs tell a story, about the different ways of retaining some personal expression within the soulless behemoth that is the modern American recording industry. The soundtrack too plays with the sounds of the city and the times. But the best actual Beatles soundtrack comes from their worst picture. The rambling, muddy-looking, made-for-TV Magical Mystery Tour is a chore to watch: all inside jokes and secondhand psychedelia.

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