Les Crane - The Desiderata / A Different Drummer mp3 flac
Desiderata the Warner Brothers Single is from the 1971 album by Les Crane with music by Broadway composer Fred Werner and . The album included both well-known poetry, Henry D. Thoreau's "Different Drummer," (retitled "Independence" on the tracklist) and "Wilderness" (retitled "Nature") as well as original compositions such as "Friends.
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Desiderata is a 1971 album by Les Crane with music by Broadway composer Fred Werner and concept and various lyrics by David C. Wilson. It is a spoken word album with sung refrains and instrumental accompaniment. The title, and title track, come from the widely circulated poem "Desiderata", which at the time was in circulation as ancient wisdom and not known to be a 1927 poem by Indiana lawyer Max Ehrmann.
Produced by Fred Werner. Desiderata Go placidly amid the noise and haste And remember what peace there may be in silence As far as possible without surrender Be on good terms with all persons Speak your truth quietly and clearly, and listen to others - Even the dull and ignorant, they too have their story Avoid loud and aggressive persons - they are vexations to the spirit If you.
My answers are 1 Les Crane, 2 A Different Drummer (B side of Desiderata), 3 I don't know (mine came from a car boot after being seduced by it's title), and 4 a big fat N O G E T Y O U R O W N ! Reply Notify me 2 Helpful. Marketplace 333 For Sale from €. 3.
In late 1971 and early 1972, Les Crane's spoken-word recording of Desiderata (the lead track on his 1971 Warner Bros. album Desiderata) peaked at on the Billboard chart, on the Canadian RPM Magazine chart, and on the UK Melody Maker's chart. It made on the Australian singles chart in 1971 and in New Zealand in 1972.
Desiderata," however was not penned by Crane and its' origins have been the subject of much erroneously perpetuated mythology. In his surviving diary, Ehrmann prefaced his version with the words "I should like, if I could, to leave a humble gift - a bit of chaste prose that had caught up some noble moods
Album · 1970 · 10 Songs. Independence (A Different Drummer). 10. Love (Children Lean What They Live). 10 Songs, 34 Minutes. Released: 31 Dec 1970.
Desiderata is a 1971 album by Les Crane with music by Broadway composer Fred Werner and concept and various lyrics by David C. The Les Crane Showa short-lived 1 . talk show starring Les Crane. Desiderata is a 1971 album by Les Crane with music by Broadway composer Fred Werner and concept and various lyrics by David C.
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|A||The Desiderata (Child Of The Universe)|
|B||A Different Drummer|
- Record Company – Warner Bros. Records Inc.
- Produced For – Old St. Paul Productions
- Made By – SLD
- Producer – Fred Werner, Les Crane
- Written-By – Fred Werner
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Etched into runout area side A): WB-7520 ÷ PCA-0553-S 1C
- Matrix / Runout (Etched into runout area side B): WB-7520 ÷ PCA-0554-S 1B
- Rights Society: SACEM SACD SDRM SGDL
|7520||Les Crane||Desiderata / A Different Drummer (7", Styrene)||Warner Bros. Records||7520||US||1971|
|WB 16 139||Les Crane / Friedrich Schütter||Les Crane / Friedrich Schütter - Desiderata (7", Single, RP)||Warner Bros. Records||WB 16 139||Germany||Unknown|
|K 16119||Les Crane||Desiderata / A Different Drummer (7", RE)||Warner Bros. Records||K 16119||UK||1971|
|WB 7520||Les Crane||Desiderata / A Different Drummer (7")||Warner Bros. Records||WB 7520||Australia||1971|
|WB 7520||Les Crane||The Desiderata / A Different Drummer (7", Single)||Warner Bros. Records||WB 7520||Canada||1971|