Various - Warner / Reprise Display Case Vol.9 mp3 album
Explore releases from the Warner, Reprise Display Case label. Discover what's missing in your discography and shop for Warner, Reprise Display Case releases.
Warner/Reprise Display Case, Vol. 9. Various Artists. Initial release : 1972. Warner Brothers PRO 538. The ninth in a series of possibly 10 promotional releases featuring tracks from Warner and Reprise albums. This double LP set includes three Mickey Hart tracks. It also includes three tracks from a Bonnie Raitt album that features Merl Saunders. The tracks and performers on this compilation are
Typically replies within a few hours. Contact warner case on Messenger.
1-CD-Album Digipak (4-plated) with 72-page booklet, 30 tracks. Vo. 8 - Vintage Rock Rock'n'roll was pioneered for the most part by independent labels, and Warner-Reprise was a major.
Reprise Records is an American record label founded in 1960 by Frank Sinatra. It is owned by Warner Music Group, and operates through Warner Records, one of its flagship labels. Artists currently signed to Reprise Records include Enya, Michael Bublé, Eric Clapton, Green Day, Stevie Nicks, Neil Young, Deftones, Mastodon, Josh Groban, Disturbed, Idina Menzel, Gerard Way, Dwight Yoakam, and Never Shout Never.
Album · 2019 · 77 Songs. The Complete Warner Bros. amp; Reprise Albums Zapp & Roger. Listen on Apple Music.
Reprise Album Discography, Part 1: F-1000 Series By David Edwards, Patrice Eyries, and Mike Callahan Last update: July 25, 2004. The Reprise F-1000 series was established for Frank Sinatra's albums. The labels in this series, unlike the other Reprise albums, had various pictures of Frank at the top left of the label. This was the earliest series on the label, but the 2000 and 6000 series were also used almost from the beginning of the label in 1961
Rhino's double-disc Anthology concentrates on Emmylou Harris' Reprise recordings, which is a blessing. Once she left Reprise, she started to delve into "experimental," "atmospheric" recordings a bit too heavily, certainly more than her prior recordings would justify, and it almost obscured her purest talents - that of a singer that carried on the tradition of, say, Patsy Cline, becoming the greatest country singer of her generation.
|A1||–Bobby Charles||Long Face|
|A2||–Bobby Charles||Tennessee Blues|
|A3||–Bobby Charles||Street People|
|A4||–Memphis Slim||When Buddy Comes To Town|
|A5||–Memphis Slim||Ain't Nothin' But A Texas Boogie On A Harpsichord|
|B1||–Bonnie Raitt||Under The Falling Sky|
|B2||–Bonnie Raitt||Love Me Like A Man|
|B3||–Bonnie Raitt||Too Long At The Fair|
|B4||–Dion||The Soft Parade|
|B6||–Dion||To Dream Tomorrow|
|C1||–Bob Seger||Turn On Your Love Light|
|C2||–Bob Seger||Jesse James|
|C4||–Mickey Hart||Young Man|
|C5||–Mickey Hart||Grandma's Cookies|
|C6||–Mickey Hart||Blind John|
|D1||–Pentangle||Sally Free And Easy|
|D2||–Pentangle||No Love Is Sorrow|
|D3||–Ed Sanders & The Hemptones||Yodeling Robot|
|D4||–Ed Sanders & The Hemptones||Henry Kissinger|
|D5||–Ed Sanders & The Hemptones||Universal Rent Strike Rag|
|D6||–Miss Abrams And The Strawberry Point 4th Grade Class||Buildin' A Heaven On Earth|
|D7||–Miss Abrams And The Strawberry Point 4th Grade Class||You Are My Sunshine|