Big Apple - New York, New York flac album
Title: New York, New York
Style: Euro House, Eurodance, Techno
MP3 album: 1486 mb
FLAC album: 1461 mb
Other formats: MPC AA MOD FLAC ASF DTS DMF
Big Apple" is a nickname for New York City. It was first popularized in the 1920s by John J. Fitz Gerald, a sports writer for the New York Morning Telegraph. Its popularity since the 1970s is due in part to a promotional campaign by the New York tourist authorities. Although the history of Big Apple was once thought a mystery, a clearer picture of the term's history has emerged due to the work of amateur etymologist Barry Popik, and Gerald Cohen of Missouri University of Science and Technology.
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New York City has been called many things- The Great American Melting Pot, Gotham, The City that Never Sleeps -but its most famous nickname is The Big Apple. So just where did this now-ubiquitous moniker originate? Making a big apple. Over the years, there have been many theories about how New York City came to be called The Big Apple. Some say it comes from the former well-to-do families who sold apples on the city's streets to make ends meet during the Great Depression
Since 1992, Big Apple Greeter has been pairing visitors with New York City volunteer Greeters who explore the city together, free of charge, on foot or by public transportation.
New York, New York-the most populous city in the United States-is known by many names, but it's most famously known as the Big Apple. The nickname "The Big Apple" originated in the 1920s in reference to the prizes (or "big apples") rewarded at the many racing courses in and around New York City, but wasn't officially adopted as the city's nickname until 1971 as the result of a successful ad campaign intended to attract tourists
There have been numerous speculations as to why New York is called the Big Apple. The term "The Big Apple" was actually a horse race catchphrase used in the 1920s by a New York City newspaper reporter named John Fitz Gerald.
|New York, New York (The Downtown FM Station Radio Mix)||3:35|
|New York, New York (The Extended Eastside Mix)||4:18|
|New York, New York (The Queens House Mix)||4:00|
|New York, New York (The Empire State Techno Mix)||5:00|
|0630 12036-2||Big Apple||New York, New York (CD, Maxi)||Maad Records||0630 12036-2||Germany||1995|
|0630 12035-0||Big Apple||New York, New York (12")||Maad Records||0630 12035-0||Germany||1995|