Edward R. Murrow And Fred W. Friendly - I Can Hear It Now mp3 flac download
|Performer:||Edward R. Murrow|
|Title:||I Can Hear It Now|
|Style:||Interview, Speech, Political, Spoken Word|
|Date of release:||1957|
|MP3 album size:||1787 mb|
|FLAC album size:||1613 mb|
|Digital formats:||MP2 DMF RA MMF AIFF MIDI TTA|
Complétez votre collection Edward R. Murrow And Fred W. Friendly.
Highlights: The Jewish State of Israel is born The Berlin Airlift Tito of Yugoslavia addresses the Third Congress of the People's Front Soviet Deputy Foreign.
Friendly was born in New York City to Therese Friendly Wachenheimer and Samuel Wachenheimer, a jewelry manufacturer
Murrow's three-record "I CAN HEAR IT NOW" series are circa-1960 reissues of a set of COUMBIA LPs from a decade earlier. The first volume was originally a 1948 set of 12" blue label 78. Pictured here is the second, newer LP label that these reissues appeared on. Earlier ones have the gray w/six eye label. Volume 1, 1933-45 (ML 4095) took two years to prepare. From that assemblage, forty-five minutes of material were selected for this album. Naturally, with such a limited time frame and so many years to cover, much had to be left out. One glaring omission is no excerpts of Murrow's famous broadcasts from London during intense and frequent German bombings.
Edward R. Murrow (Aired January 12, 1951). Hear It Now, an American radio program on CBS, began in 1950 and was hosted by Edward R. Murrow and produced by Fred Friendly. It ran for one hour on Fridays at 9 . One of the most popular and best selling records of 1948 was I Can Hear It Now 1933-1945. The record was a collaboration between Edward R. The record interwove historical events with speeches and Murrow's narration and marked the beginning of one of the most famous pairings in journalism history.
Discover Edward R. Murrow famous and rare quotes. A Report on Senator Joseph R. McCarthy". See It Now" on CBS, ww. ib. The speed of communications is wondrous to behold. It is also true that speed can multiply the distribution of information that we know to be untrue. Truth, Communication, Literature.
Topics Edward R. Murrow, Fred W. Friendly, wART FM, Drew Evan Dobbs, Mark Lane, Emile de Antonio, John F. Kennedy, Hindenburg disaster. One of the best-selling records of 1948 is presented here in it's entirety, along with a teaser sequence from another old spoken word record which will feature prominently on an upcoming All JFK episode.
Edward Roscoe Murrow (born Egbert Roscoe Murrow; 25 April 1908 – 27 April 1965) was an American journalist. He first came to prominence with a series of radio news broadcasts during World War II, which were followed by millions of listeners in the United States and Canada. Many journalists consider Murrow one of journalism's greatest figures, noting his honesty and integrity in delivering the news.
Edward R. Murrow - I Can Hear It Now, Pt. 1 29:50. Edward R. 2 28:50. Murrow Reporting World War II - Edward R. Murrow. Satchmo The Great - Edward R. Murrow, Louis Armstrong, Louis Armstrong, Edward R. Murrow, Leonard Bernstein, Леонард Бернстайн. Murrow - Слушайте Edward R. Murrow на Deezer. Благодаря потоковой трансляции музыки на Deezer вы можете слушать более 53 млн треков, создавать свои плейлисты и делиться любимыми песнями с друзьями. I Can Hear It Now, Pt. 1. I Can Hear It Now. 29:50. 02. 2. 28:50. Introduction By Fred Robbins (Live at Town Hall). The Columbia & RCA Victor Live Recordings Vol. 00:43.
|I Can Hear It Now Vol. I: 1933-1945|
|A1||Will Rogers; Roosevelt Inauguration; Huey Long; Duke Of Windsor|
|A2||La Guardia; Landon; Roosevelt; John L. Lewis; Hindenburg Disaster|
|A3||Czech Crisis; Chamberlain; Hitler; Louis-Schmeling Fight; Gehrig Farewell|
|A4||Britain Enters The War; Lindbergh; Al Smith; Hugh Johnson; Roosevelt; Mussolini|
|A5||Reynaud; Surrender At Compiegne; Chamberlain; Churchill; Princesses Elisabeth And Margaret Rose|
|B1||Joseph Martin And Wendell Willkie; Roosevelt; Churchill; Pearl Harbor Announcement|
|B2||Declaration Of War; D-Day (Eisenhower, De Gaulle, King Haakon)|
|B3||Invasion Craft; Stalin; Dewey; F.D.R.|
|B4||Roosevelt's Death & Funeral; Truman Speaks To Congress; Opening Of U.N.; Announcement Of German Surrender|
|B5||Chaplain's Prayer Before First Atom Bomb Mission; Hiroshima Attack; Japan Surrender; MacArthur|
|I Can Hear It Now Vol. II: 1945-1949|
|C1||V-J Day Celebrations|
|C2||Conflict Between Russia & The West; The Bikini Atom Bomb Test|
|C3||The Baruch Proposal For The Control Of Atomic Energy; International War Crimes Trial At Nuremburg; Execution Of Ten Top Nazi War Leaders|
|C4||The 1946 Congressional Elections; Lilienthal's "Credo Of Democracy"; "Babe Ruth Day" At Yankee Stadium|
|C5||The Marshall Plan; The Howard Hughes Congressional Hearing; Wedding Of Princess Elizabeth And The Duke Of Edinburgh; The Assassination Of Gandhi|
|D1||Jan Masaryk In United Nations Broadcast; The Italian Elections; The State Of Israel Is Born; James C. Petrillo Before The House Labor Committee|
|D2||The Berlin Airlift; Tito Addresses The Third Congress Of The Peoples' Front; Vishinsky Before The U.N.; Mrs. Franklin D. Roosevelt Before The U.N.|
|D3||Chambers & Hiss Before The House Un-American Activities Committee; Eisenhower Reaffirms He Will Not Seek A Presidential Nomination|
|D4||The Republican National Convention; The Democratic National Convention; The Progressive Party Convention|
|D5||The 1948 Presidential Campaign|
|I Can Hear It Now Vol. III: 1919-1932|
|E1||Intro.: Wilson, Harding, Coolidge, Hoover, F.D.R. - The Armistice - Wilson & League: Add. To Senate - Wilson Goes To People - Sen. Borah & H. Johnson Oppose League-Wilson's Last Speech - R. Swing Ann. Death Of League - W.A. White On Wilson Tragedy.|
|E2||1920: Daugherty Makes "Smoke Filled Room" Prediction - Harding Nominated - Harding Before Inaug.- 1st Election Broad., KDKA - W.Rogers Comments On U.S. Senate.|
|E3||Harding As Pres. - Harding Death Ann. Coolidge Sworn In In Vt. Farmhouse - Harding Eulogy By Bishop Manning - Sen. Walsh - Teapot Dome Invest. - Secy. Fall & E.L. Doheny Before Walsh Com.|
|E4||1924 Dem. Conv. - Coolidge After Inaug. - Montage Of Amer. Customs & Behavior In Early 20's - Ted Husing - Babe Ruth Home Run - Grant Rice, On "The Four Horsemen" - Coolidge On War Debts|
|F1||1925 - Scopes Trial, Dayton, Tenn. - W.J. Bryan And C. Darrow - G. Tunney Becomes New Heavyweight Champion - G. MacNamee Calls "Long Count" Round In Second Tunney-Dempsey Fight.|
|F2||Lindbergh Takes Off In "Spirit Of St. Louis" : Progress Reported By G. Hicks, L. Thomas, Others - J. Walker Welcomes Lindbergh - More Walker Greetings: Queen Marie, Bobby Jones, Gertrude Ederle - Q. Howe - Execution Of Sacco, Vanzetti - Review Of Sacco-Vanzetti Case, Vanzetti's Last Statement.|
|F3||Prohibition Era - "Radio Here To Stay" - Amos & Andy, B. Crosby, R. Vallee, Will Rogers - Coolidge Declines Renomination - Hoover On Prosperity - F.D.R. Nominates Smith-Smith Campaigns On "Wet" Issue.|
|F4||Boom & Bust: Stock Market Crash, Depression - R. Trout Ann. Dem. Victory In '32 - Roosevelt's First Inaugural.|
- Illustration – RR Bouche*
- Liner Notes [Box] – Peter C. Goldmark
- Narrator – Edward R. Murrow
- Producer – J. G. Gude
NotesIssued with Volumes 1 - 3 with room for 4 to be received "early next year"
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (A-Side Label): XLP 543
- Matrix / Runout (B-Side Label): XLP 544
- Matrix / Runout (C-Side Label): XLP 1774
- Matrix / Runout (D-Side Label): XLP 1775
- Matrix / Runout (E-Side Label): FXLP 3516
- Matrix / Runout (F-Side Label): FXLP 3517
- Matrix / Runout (A-Side Runout Etching): XLP 543-2D
- Matrix / Runout (B-Side Runout Etching): XLP 544-2F
- Matrix / Runout (C-Side Runout Etching): XLP 1774-1B N
- Matrix / Runout (D-Side Runout Etching): XLP 1775-1D
- Matrix / Runout (E-Side Runout Etching): XLP-3516-1AA
- Matrix / Runout (F-Side Runout Etching): XLP-3517-2C