Oscar Brand - Four Albums Of Military Songs From Oscar Brand flac album
Title: Four Albums Of Military Songs From Oscar Brand
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Genre: Military music / Folk / World music
Oscar Brand was a North American folk singer, songwriter, author and radio host. He released nearly 100 albums and composed hundreds of songs, among them Canadian patriotic songs, songs of the . Armed Forces, sea shanties, presidential campaign songs over the years, and songs of protest. His discography is extensive. Since 1945, he continuously hosted the longest-running (70+ years) radio program in history, Folksong Festival on WNYC AM (New York).
Released: August 29, 2006. 1. Save a Fighter Pilot's Ass. 2. Come and Join the Air Force.
4 more albums featuring this track. 4 more albums featuring this track. Oscar Brand (February 7, 1920 – September 30, 2016) was a Canadian-born American folk singer-songwriter and author. View full artist profile.
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2017 Remastered 2017. 2009 Digitally Remastered. The Newport Folk Festival 1959 & 1960. 2014 6 Original Albums. 60 from the 60s - Where Have All the Flowers Gone.
Oscar Brand (born February 7, 1920, Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada - died September 30, 2016, Great Neck, New York, USA) was a Canadian-born American folk singer, guitarist, banjoist, songwriter, radio host, and author. Since 1945 he had been the host of the Folksong Festival show on WNYC Radio, recognized by the Guinness Book of World Records as the record holder for the longest running radio program with a single host. Nei gruppi: Oscar Brand & Short Arms, Oscar Brand And His Sand Trappers, Oscar Brand And The Souses.
Albums by Oscar Brand. Talk (0). This category lists all albums by the artist Oscar Brand. Oscar Brand:Election Songs Of The United States (1960). Oscar Brand:Presidential Campaign Songs 1789-1996 (1999). Categories: Hidden categories.
Biography by Richard Meyer. An American folksinger, songwriter, and radio broadcaster, with a career spanning over 70 years.
Bawdy Songs & Backroom Ballads - Volume 4. 2010. Bawdy Songs And Back Room Ballads - Vol 1. Bawdy Songs & Backroom Ballads, Vol. A to Z of Oscar Brand. The Best of the Worst of Oscar Brand. Presidential Campaign Songs 1789 - 1996. Cough! Army Songs Out of the Barracks Bag. Wild Blue Yonder.
|The Wild Blue Yonder: Songs For A Fighting Air Force|
|1-01||Save A Fighter Pilot's Ass|
|1-02||Come And Join The Air Force|
|1-03||Give Me Operations|
|1-06||Army Air Force Heaven|
|1-07||Bless 'Em All|
|1-08||Glory Flying Regulations|
|1-09||The Goddamned Reserved|
|1-10||Barnacle Bill, The Pilot|
|1-11||Fighter Pilot's Lament|
|1-12||I Wanted Wings|
|1-13||The Poor Co-Pilot|
|1-14||Cigarettes And Sake|
|1-15||Wreck Of The Old Ninety-Seven|
|1-16||Let's Have A Party|
|Every Inch A Sailor|
|1-18||To A Wave|
|1-20||The Reuben James|
|1-23||Home, Boys, Home|
|1-25||Didn't She Ramble|
|1-26||The Battle Of Ormoc Bay|
|1-27||Laws Of The Navy|
|1-28||Sub Division Nine|
|1-30||We Ain't Going To Sea No More|
|Tell It To The Marines|
|2-02||Call Out The Corps|
|2-03||Man In The Moon|
|2-04||The Reserves' Lament|
|2-07||Gee, But I Wanna Go Home|
|2-08||The United States Marines|
|2-11||Cuts And Guts|
|2-12||Old Number Nine|
|2-13||Bless 'Em All|
|2-14||The Marines' Hymn|
|Cough!: Army Songs Out Of The Barracks Bag|
|2-15||Enemy Generals On Parade|
|2-18||Man Behind The Armor-Plated Desk|
|2-19||Ballad Of Anzio|
|2-23||We're Moving On|
- Compilation Producer – Gordon Anderson
- Liner Notes – Richie Unterberger
- Mastered By – Bob Fisher
NotesCompilation of four Oscar Brand albums previously released on Elektra Records
Oscar Brand - The Wild Blue Yonder 1960
Oscar Brand - Every Inch A Sailor 1959
Oscar Brand - Tell It To The Marines 1960
Oscar Brand And The Short Arms - Cough! Army Songs Out Of The Barracks Bag Sung By.... 1963