Paul Winter - Wolf Eyes mp3 album
Common Ground is an album released by Paul Winter in 1978 for A&M Records Inc. Songs on the album include elements of different musical styles coupled with the sounds of whales, wolves and eagles. A live wolf was used in some concerts for the 1978 tour supporting the album such at New Haven's Woolsey Hall. Ancient Voices (Nhemamusasa)". The Promise of a Fisherman (Iemanja)". Common Ground (Velho Sermão)". Lay Down Your Burden" (sung by Susan Osborn).
Wolf Eyes - A Retrospective. Exclusive Prime pricing. Wolf Eyes - A Retrospective. Saw Paul Winter in person and he did Wolf eyes and it was remarkable so I had to have a copy for my own. Very good album.
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Wolf Eyes: A Retrospective. Wolf Eyes: A Retrospective. This is a retrospective of Paul Winter's work from 1980-1988, featuring cuts from most of his albums of this period (not his two more specialized Whales Alive and Wintersong).
By Paul Winter Consort. 1. Dolphin Morning - Dolphin. Listen to Wolf Eyes - A Retrospective in full in the this site app. Play on this site.
Songs from Wolf Eyes - A Retrospective by Dolphin, Paul Winter Consort. Free download and listen Wolf Eyes - A Retrospective. Tracks count: 11. Views: 5. Дельфин, Paul Winter Consort, Dolphin - Love Swim 04:48. Paul Winter Consort - For The Beauty Of The Earth 02:28. Дельфин, Paul Winter Consort, Dolphin - Dolphin Morning 04:17.
Paul Winter (2) – Wolf Eyes. Label: Living Music – VICP-5324. Bass – Russ LandauCello – Eugene FriesenComposed By – TraditionalLead Vocals – Paul Winter (2)Music By – Paul HalleyPercussion – Ted MoorePiano, Organ – Paul HalleyVoice, Panpipes – The Dimitri Pokrovsky Singers.
Paul Winter attended Altoona Area High School and graduated in 1957. In 1961, while he was in college at Northwestern University, the band that he founded, the Paul Winter Sextet, won the Intercollegiate Jazz Festival and was signed by Columbia Records. The next year, the band toured Latin America as cultural ambassadors for the United States State Department, playing 160 concerts in 23 countries. The Sextet was also the first jazz band to perform at the White House.
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Composed By – Glen Velez, Paul Halley, Paul Winter Percussion – Glen VelezPiano, Organ [Pipe] – Paul Halley
Bass – Gordon JohnsonBell Tree, Percussion [Light] – Bill CahnCello – Eugene FriesenComposed By – Bottlenose Dolphin, Jim Scott , Oscar Castro-Neves, Paul Winter Oboe – Nancy RumbelOrgan [Pipe] – Paul HalleyRainstick [Pau De Chuva], Surdo [Samba Drum] – Ted MooreTwelve-String Guitar – Jim Scott
Cello – Eugene FriesenCello, Voice – David DarlingComposed By – Eugene Friesen, Glen Velez, Oscar Castro-Neves, Paul Halley, Paul Winter French Horn – John Clark Guitar – Oscar Castro-NevesHarmonium – Paul HalleyOboe – Paul McCandlessPercussion [Pandereta] – Glen Velez
Composed By – Paul Halley, Paul Winter Percussion – Glen VelezPiano, Organ [Pipe] – Paul Halley
|5||Grand Canyon Sunrise
Bendir – Glen VelezComposed By – Glen Velez, Paul Halley, Paul Winter Organ [Pipe] – Paul Halley
|6||For The Beauty Of The Earth
Composed By [Hymn] – Traditional
Bass – Russ LandauCello – Eugene FriesenComposed By – Ralph TownerFrench Horn – John Clark Guitar – Jim Scott , Oscar Castro-NevesPercussion – Glen Velez, Guilherme Franco, Kimati Dinizulu, Ted MoorePiano – Paul HalleyVoice – Susan Osborn
Bass – Russ LandauCello – Eugene FriesenComposed By – Paul HalleyGuitar – Oscar Castro-NevesPercussion – Glen Velez, Ted MoorePiano, Organ [Pipe] – Paul HalleyVoice – The Dimitri Pokrovsky Singers*
Bass – Russ LandauCello – David FriesenComposed By – David Darling, Paul Winter , Timber WolfFrench Horn – John Clark Guitar – Oscar Castro-NevesPercussion – Glen Velez, Guilherme Franco, Kimati Dinizulu, Ted MoorePiano – Paul Halley
Cello – Eugene FriesenComposed By [Guinean] – TraditionalLead Vocals – Paul Winter Lyrics By – Keita FodebaLyrics By [English] – John Guth, Susan OsbornPercussion – Glen Velez, Guilherme Franco, Kimati Dinizulu, Ted MoorePiano – Paul HalleyVoice – Susan Osborn
|11||Song For The World
Bass – Russ LandauCello – Eugene FriesenComposed By [Traditional Panpipes Song From Kursk Region In Southern Russia] – TraditionalLead Vocals – Paul Winter Music By [New Music] – Paul HalleyPercussion – Ted MoorePiano, Organ [Pipe] – Paul HalleyVoice, Panpipes – The Dimitri Pokrovsky Singers*
- Record Company – BMG Direct Marketing, Inc. – D 120401
- Licensed To – BMG Direct Marketing, Inc.
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Living Music Records, Inc.
- Copyright (c) – Living Music Records, Inc.
- Published By – Living Music Records, Inc.
- Recorded At – Cathedral Of St. John The Divine
- Recorded At – Grand Canyon
- Recorded At – The General Assembly Hall Of The United Nations
- Edited At – Living Music Studio
- Mastered At – Studio Sonomaster
- Compiled By [Anthology Chosen And Sequenced] – Paul Winter , Rhonda Larson
- Design – Hirsch Design
- Edited By – Glen Kolotkin, Tom Lewis
- Mastered By [Supervision] – Mark Levinson*
- Photography By [Front Cover Photo] – Jim Brandenburg
- Photography By [Inside Photo] – David Love
- Producer – Paul Winter
- Producer [Associate] – Chris Brown, Eugene Friesen, Oscar Castro-Neves, Rhonda Larson, Sam West , Ted Levin
- Recorded By – Bill Straus*, Bob Dickson, Chris Brown, Connie Kieltyka, David Hewitt, Dixon Van Winkle, Gary Geller, Glen Kolotkin, Glenn Berger, Jack Hanna, Judy Elliott-Brown*, Judy Houlihan, Leanne Ungar, Mark Shane, Mickey Houlihan, Nick Guttfreund*, Paul Prestopino, Randy Ezratty, Richard Blakin*, Bob Kinkel*, Russ Landau, Tag Gross, Tom Arrison, Sergei Teplov*
- Soprano Saxophone – Paul Winter
NotesSelections from Paul Winter's Living Music albums (1980-1988).
Paul Winter's soprano saxophone with the Paul Winter Consort, The Dimitri Pokrovsky Singers, and the voices of Dolphin, Canyon Wren, Loon & Wolf.
Edited at Living Music Studio.
Mastered by Sonomaster, Stuttgart, utilizing equipment made by Cello Ltd.
"Sun Singer" (1,4)
"Missa Gaia / Earth Mass"
"Concert For The Earth" (9,10)
previously unreleased performance
in the Cathedral of St. John the Divine, New York (1,2,3,4,5)
along the Colorado River at the bottom of the Grand Canyon
live in the General Assembly of the United Nations on World Environment Day, June 5, 1984 (7,9,10)
in Moscow and New York (8,11)
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout: LD0018 [email protected]
- Matrix / Runout: MADE IN USA BY PMDC
- Mould SID Code: IFPI 0329
|LD0018||Paul Winter||Wolf Eyes (CD, Comp)||Living Music||LD0018||US||1988|
|LC0018||Paul Winter||Wolf Eyes (Cass, Comp)||Living Music||LC0018||US||1988|
|VICP-5324||Paul Winter||Wolf Eyes (CD, Comp, Promo, RE)||Living Music||VICP-5324||Japan||1995|