CD 輸入盤

Lavender Blue -Songs Of Charmhumour And Sincerity

Burl Ives

基本情報

カタログNo
:
JASMCD3524
組み枚数
:
1
レーベル
:
オリジナル盤発売年
:
2000
フォーマット
:
CD
クレジット
:

Paul Pelletier(Producer),  A.P. Carter(Composer),  Bob Merrill(Composer),  Daniel Decatur Emmett(Composer),  Floyd Tillman(Composer),  Frank Loesser(Composer),  Huddie Ledbetter(Composer),  Jimmie Davis(Composer),  Paul Pelletier(Compilation Producer),  Paul Pelletier(Liner Notes),  Stan Jones(Composer),  Traditional(Composer)

商品説明

Lavender Blue: Songs of Charm, Humour & Sincerity features folk singer and actor Burl Ives on 25 songs recorded for Decca in the '50s and '60s. Among the tracks are such traditional folk songs as Frankie and Johnny, I'm Goin' Down the Road Feelin' Bad and Sweet Betsy from Pike, with modern originals Mr. Froggie Went A-Courtin', Riders in the Sky (A Cowboy Legend) and The Little White Duck. ~ Al Campbell, Rovi

収録曲   

  • 01. Doughnut Song (02:59)
  • 02. Blue Tail Fly (02:06)
  • 03. I Know My Love (02:25)
  • 04. Lavender Cowboy (01:18)
  • 05. Big Rock Candy Mountain (02:44)
  • 06. Little White Duck (02:30)
  • 07. Goat and the Train (01:21)
  • 08. Mister Rabbit (01:38)
  • 09. Fox (02:11)
  • 10. It Makes No Difference Now (02:35)
  • 11. Cowboy's Lament (Streets of Laredo) (02:19)
  • 12. I've Got No Use for Women (03:09)
  • 13. Lavender Blue (Dilly Dilly) (02:21)
  • 14. Venezuela (02:45)
  • 15. I'm Thinking Tonight of My Blue Eyes (03:19)
  • 16. On the Grand Canyon Line (02:25)
  • 17. Sweet Betsy from Pike (01:42)
  • 18. Mr. Froggie Went A-Courtin' (03:03)
  • 19. Rodger Young (03:12)
  • 20. Foggy Dew (02:36)
  • 21. Little Mohee (03:05)
  • 22. Frankie and Johnny (03:23)
  • 23. Riddle Song (01:32)
  • 24. Riders in the Sky (A Cowboy Legend) (03:10)
  • 25. I'm Goin' Down the Road Feelin' Bad (01:14)

ユーザーレビュー

総合評価

☆
☆
☆
☆
☆

0.0

★
★
★
★
★
 
0
★
★
★
★
☆
 
0
★
★
★
☆
☆
 
0
★
★
☆
☆
☆
 
0
★
☆
☆
☆
☆
 
0

人物・団体紹介

人物・団体ページへ

Burl Ives

With his grandfatherly image, Burl Ives parlayed his talent as a folksinger into a wide-ranging career as a radio personality and stage and screen actor. After spending his early twenties traveling the country as an itinerant singer, Ives moved to New York City in 1937. By the end of 1938, he had made his Broadway debut, and he also sang folk songs in Greenwich Village clubs. In 1940, Ives began t

プロフィール詳細へ

ニューエイジ に関連する商品情報

同じ傾向の人物・団体

おすすめの商品