When You Are Old And Grey. I Hold Your Hand In Mine. The Wiener Schnitzel Waltz.
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An Evening Wasted with Tom Lehrer is an album recorded by Tom Lehrer, the well-known satirist and Harvard lecturer. The recording was made on March 20–21, 1959 in Sanders Theater at Harvard. Poisoning Pigeons in the Park" – 2:38. Bright College Days" – 3:03. A Christmas Carol" – 2:54. The Elements" – 2:16. In Old Mexico" – 6:26. It Makes a Fellow Proud to Be a Soldier" – 4:50. She's My Girl" – 2:53. The Masochism Tango" – 3:30.
A very funny man whatever your political convictions. I am a Goldwater conservative and I readily recommend this to all of my friends (and even some enemies). Great product and at a good price.
Tom Lehrer is an American satirist who managed to achieve remarkable popularity and impact on popular culture, despite having produced only three albums' worth of material in the 1950's and 60's before retiring to a life in academia as a mathematician. Lehrer's pieces often take the form of witty parodies of various popular song-forms. Other common themes in his work are disapproval of nuclear war, Cold War politics, and folk singing
An Evening Wasted with Tom Lehrer. Other albums by Tom Lehrer. When You Are Old and Grey. An Evening Wasted with Tom Lehrer. We're Listening To Tom Lehrer, Vol. 1. Essential Tom Lehrer, Vol. 2. Musical Satirist, Vol. 3. Tom Lehrer 4/24/1990. Recorded before an enthusiastic audience at a concert at Harvard University (where Lehrer spent his days teaching mathematics), An Evening Wasted with Tom Lehrer finds him in superb form as a performer, able to dissect various musical forms for their comic potential with the skill of a surgeon and displaying not merely dead-on comic timing in his vocals but a.
Tom Lehrer is a singer-songwriter, satirist, pianist and mathematician from America, known for his dark humour. This biography of Tom Lehrer provides detailed information about his childhood, life, achievements, works & timeline. But his friends who greatly enjoyed his parodies and comic songs encouraged him to record them. Thus, he recorded his first album, ‘Songs by Tom Lehrer’ under his own label Lehrer Records in 1953. Lehrer was a comic paradox who successfully managed two seemingly unrelated careers-one as a mathematician, the other as a musician.
Introduction, only on live album „Tom Lehrer revisited, spoken:) Now to continue with the love song, here we have the Viennese waltz type o. iew full lyrics. Thomas Andrew "Tom" Lehrer (born 9 April 1928) is an American singer-songwriter, satirist, pianist, and mathematician. He has lectured on mathematics and musical theater. Before attending college, Lehrer graduated from the Loomis Chaffee School in Windsor, Connecticut. As an undergraduate student at Harvard University, he began to write comic songs to entertain his friends, including Fight Fiercely, Harvard (1945).
Songs by Tom Lehrer is the debut album of musical satirist Tom Lehrer, released in 1953 on his own label, Lehrer Records. In 2004 it was included into the National Recording Registry. Production and release history. Later releases were issued in 10" and 12" LP format
|1||–Tom Lehrer||Fight Fiercely Harvard|
|2||–Tom Lehrer||The Old Dope Peddler|
|3||–Tom Lehrer||Be Prepared|
|4||–Tom Lehrer||The Wild West Is Where I Want To Be|
|5||–Tom Lehrer||I Wanna Go Back To Dixie|
|7||–Tom Lehrer||The Irish Ballad|
|8||–Tom Lehrer||The Hunting Song|
|9||–Tom Lehrer||My Home Town|
|10||–Tom Lehrer||When You Are Old And Grey|
|11||–Tom Lehrer||I Hold Your Hand In Mine|
|12||–Tom Lehrer||The Wiener Schnitzel Waltz|
|13||–Stan Freberg||St. George And The Dragnet & Little Blue Riding Hood|
|14||–Stan Freberg||I've Got You Under My Skin|
|15||–Stan Freberg||C'est Si Bon|
|17||–Groucho Marx||Go West, Young Man!|
|18||–Groucho Marx||Dr. Hackenbush|
|19||–Groucho Marx||Father's Day & Omaha, Nebraska|
|20||–Victor Borge||A Mozart Opera By Borge|
|21||–Victor Borge||Phonetic Punctuation|