Jack Daugherty - The Class Of Nineteen Hundred And Seventy One mp3 album
Title: The Class Of Nineteen Hundred And Seventy One
Style: Jazz-Rock, Fusion, Modal, Latin Jazz
Date of release: 1971
Size MP3: 1236 mb
Size FLAC: 1975 mb
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Jack Daugherty – The Class Of Nineteen Hundred And Seventy One. Label: A&M Records – AML 337. Format: Vinyl, LP, Album, Gatefold.
feat: Jack Daugherty. Jack Daugherty Orchestra. feat: Jack Daugherty. I Fell in Love With You) The Day We Met. 5. Brothers and Sisters.
Nineteen Hundred and Eighty-Five" (sometimes written as "1985") is a song by Paul McCartney and Wings. The song is the final track on the album Band on the Run. It has been featured on the 2001 documentary DVD Wingspan and Paul McCartney and Wings' 1974 TV special One Hand Clapping. A 2016 remix of the song was nominated for a Grammy Award. Paul McCartney, the writer of "Nineteen Hundred and Eighty-Five", has said that the song originated with just the first line.
Jack Daugherty 「THE Class OF Nineteen Hundred AND Seventy ONE」US A&M 1971 Promo .
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Label: A&M Records – SP-3038 Type: Vinyl, LP, Album Country: Canada Date of released: 1971 Category: Jazz Style: Jazz-Rock, Fusion, Modal, Latin Jazz. Related Music albums to The Class Of Nineteen Hundred And Seventy One by Jack Daugherty. 1. Prince - Xpectation. 2. Various - Spiritual Jazz Vo. Japan: Part One. 3. Various - Rip A Dip! 4. Hermeto Pascoal - Hermeto. Various - Playtime Records - 12 Pure 70's Jazz-Funk Tracks.
Nineteen Hundred and Eighty-Five (sometimes written as 1985 ) is a song by Paul McCartney and Wings. It continues the album’s theme of escape by describing the singer achieving artistic freedom through love. Author Andrew Grant Jackson calls the lyrics gibberish and mere placeholders for the excitement and cinematic purpose of the music. The song has a grandiose ending with a full orchestra and the band. Other instrumentation includes mellotron, organ and horns. In 2016, a series of remixes of Nineteen Hundred and Eighty-Five by Timo Maas and James Teej (with Paul McCartney’s blessing) have been released on vinyl. Last updated on October 31, 2016. Oh no one ever left alive in 1985, will ever do She may be right She may be fine She may get love but she won't get mine ‘Cos I got you. Oh I Oh I.
Three Fragments on Death. A Prayer for My Son. Two Songs from a Play. On a Picture of a Black Centaur by Edmund Dulac.
|A2||Someone To Love||3:28|
|A3||Feel So Good||3:50|
|A4||(I Fell In Love With You) The Day We Met||4:00|
|A5||Brothers And Sisters||3:32|
|B3||La Costa Drive||3:00|
|B4||You've Got It||3:00|
|B5||Theme For Susan||2:36|
- Published By – Orange Tree Music
- Pressed By – Columbia Records Pressing Plant, Pitman
- Art Direction – Roland Young
- Bass – Joe Osborn, Max Bennett, Ray Brown
- Cello – Ed Lustgarten*, Fred Seykora*, Jackie Lustgarten*, Ray Kelley
- Composed By, Arranged By, Producer – Jack Daugherty
- Coordinator [Album] – Noel Woodman
- Cover – Al Kramer
- Design [Album] – Chuck Beeson
- Drums – Hal Blaine, Jeff Porcaro, Jim Keltner, Paul Humphrey
- Engineer – Ray Gerhardt
- Engineer [Assistant] – Robert Appére*
- Flute – Jim Horn
- French Horn – Alan Robinson, Dave Duke*, Marnie Johnson
- Guitar – Dennis Budimir, Joe Pass, Larry Carlton, Louie Shelton
- Illustration [Front Cover] – Lanning Stern
- Management [Orchestra Manager] – Jules Chaikin
- Mastered By – Bernie Grundman
- Percussion – Bobby Torres, Gary Coleman
- Photography By – Jim McCrary
- Piano – Jack Daugherty
- Saxophone – Alan Beutler*, Don Menza, Marshall Royal, Ron Starr
- Trombone – Charlie Loper*, David Dahlsten, Dick Hyde, Dick McQuarry, Don Waldrop, Tommy Shepard
- Trumpet – Chuck Findley, John Audino, Ollie Mitchell, Paul Hubinon, Ron Gorow
- Viola – Alan Harshman*, Garey Nuttycombe*, Sam Boghossian*, Virginia Majewski
- Violin – Arnold Belnick, Bernie Kundell*, George Kast, Gerri Vinci*, Israel Baker, Jerry Reisler*, Marilyn Baker, Marshall Sosson, Nate Ross*, Paul Shure, Billy Nuttycombe*
- Violin, Concertmaster – Erno Neufeld
- Vocals – Clydie King, Gene Morford, Jackie Ward, Ron Hicklin, Venetta Fields
NotesThis version has publisher statement printed on two lines on labels.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Rights Society: ASCAP
- Matrix / Runout (A-Side Label): SP-3075
- Matrix / Runout (B-Side Label): SP-3076
- Matrix / Runout (A-Side Runout Etching): p A+M SP 3075-P1
- Matrix / Runout (B-Side Runout Etching): p A+M SP 3076-P1
|SP-3038||Jack Daugherty||The Class Of Nineteen Hundred And Seventy One (LP, Album)||A&M Records||SP-3038||US||1971|
|AMLS 63038||Jack Daugherty||The Class Of Nineteen Hundred And Seventy One (LP)||A&M Records||AMLS 63038||UK||1971|
|SP-3038||Jack Daugherty||The Class Of Nineteen Hundred And Seventy One (LP, Album, Promo)||A&M Records||SP-3038||US||1971|
|AML 337||Jack Daugherty||The Class Of Nineteen Hundred And Seventy One (LP, Album, Gat)||A&M Records||AML 337||Japan||1971|