Songs Of The Great American West And Deep South. B1. Wide Open Spaces Medley; Home On The Range, Red River Valley.
The soundtrack of the film The Sound of Music was released in 1965 by RCA Victor and is one of the most successful soundtrack albums in history, having sold more than 20 million copies worldwide.
The Sound of Music" is the title song from the 1959 musical The Sound of Music. It was composed by Richard Rodgers with lyrics written by Oscar Hammerstein II. The song introduces the character of Maria, a young novice in an Austrian abbey. In 1959, Rodgers and Hammerstein asked singer Patti Page to record the title song of their forthcoming musical, The Sound of Music, hoping for some national attention.
The song wasn’t released on a holiday album until 1964, when it was featured on The Jack Jones Christmas Album. He asked Mickey if he would record one of the songs from the score of The Sound of Music with a Kapp artist because a movie version was coming out in the spring, and there wasn’t a hit song from the show – they wanted something that would be as big as ‘Maria’ from West Side Story.
The sound of a flute-player’s embouchure, the rattle of a snare beneath a drum-skin, the blare of a trumpet as it sounds the charge, even the squeak of a timpani foot-pedal – tiny details like this are what makes a piece of music truly alive. Sex Pistols - Pretty Vacant. To test stereo focus. Though at the time considered a danger to British civilization, forty years on the Sex Pistols don’t sound like any kind of threat at all. They do sound brilliantly produced, though. Given what he had to work with (guitar, bass and drums of a fairly rudimentary kind, and a vocal that, while compelling, is hardly a melodic paradigm), Chris Thomas’s production of Pretty Vacant is little short of miraculous.
|Hits From The Sound Of Music|
|A1||The Sound Of Music|
|A2||Do Re Mi|
|A3||My Favorite Things|
|A4||Sixteen Going On Seventeen|
|A5||Climb Every Mountain|
|Songs Of The Great American West And Deep South|
|B1||Wide Open Spaces Medley; Home On The Range / Red River Valley|
|B2||Bury Me Not On The Lone Prairie|
|B3||In The Evening By The Moonlight|
|B4||My Old Kentucky Home|
|SF-23300||The Sound Stage Chorus||Favorite Songs From The Sound Of Music (LP)||Stereo-Fidelity||SF-23300||US||Unknown|
|PGS 540||The Sound Stage Chorus||The Sound Of Music (LP)||Paragon||PGS 540||Canada||Unknown|
|P-23300||The Sound Stage Chorus||Favorite Songs From The Sound Of Music (LP, Mono)||Somerset||P-23300||US||Unknown|
|S 233||The Sound Stage Chorus||Favorite Songs From The Sound Of Music (LP)||Somerset||S 233||Canada||1968|
|SF 233||The Sound Stage Chorus||Favorite Songs From The Sound Of Music (LP)||Somerset||SF 233||Canada||Unknown|