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8 thoughts on “ A Round Of Street Cries - John Langstaff - Lets Make Music With John Langstaff (Vinyl, LP)

  1. John Lennon's son Julian was the inspiration for two Beatles songs recorded in Paul's "Hey Jude" and this one by John. Happiness Is A Warm Gun What song is actually four separate songs cobbled together into one, drifting through different time signatures and moods, prefiguring the extended song medley on Abbey Road?
  2. John Langstaff - Lets Make Music With John Langstaff; Nami - Mini Logo; There Goes Another Fool In Love - Alex Call - Alex Call; Roy Clark - My Music & Me; Concerto For Mandoline Stringorchestra And Cembalo, C Major, RV 42 - Vivaldi* - Concertos For Violin; Dark Palace - Impact; Letzte Bestellung - K.G.B. - Letzte Bestellung; Touch Me - Ste.
  3. JOHN LANGSTAFF- The Christmas Revels - Wassail! Wassail!- (An American Celebration Of The Winter Solstice, Directed by John Langstaff w/ The Cambridge Symphonic Ensemble; Appalachian Cloggers; & poetry read by Robert J. Lurtsema. Legendary Kentucky folksinger Jean Ritchie lends her voice & dulcimer to the Revels chorus.
  4. Langstaff, John Appearance as principal performer. Allee Allee-O, Songs for Singing Children, Revels , CD LP (), trk #A Round of Street Cries, Let's Make Music, Revels CH , LP (/), trk #B
  5. In John Langstaff wrote a book about the story of the Frog who went a-courtin, which won a Caldecott Medal when it was first published in ; Revels:: Frog Went A-Courtin' Frog Went A-Courtin' (book) - Wikipedia Langstaff also recorded this "Frog who went a-courtin" version in Look inside the book and hear the song here.
  6. Hammond, John; Jr.. Best of John Hammond, Vanguard VSD 11/12, LP (?), trk# D Rush, Tom. Take a Little Walk with Me, Elektra EKL , LP (), trk# A Who Fears to Speak of Easter Week. Behan, Brendan. Irish Folksongs and Ballads, Spoken Arts , LP (), trk# A Who Fortells the Coming of Spring.
  7. Acceding to John Lennon's request to make his voice sound like "the Dalai Lama chanting from the mountaintops" in "Tomorrow Never Knows," Geoff Emerick suspended John from the studio ceiling by a rope recorded John in an echo chamber ran John's voice through a rotating ("Leslie") speaker flew to Tibet with John and recorded him there.
  8. A secular, predominantly black American folk music of the 20th century, which has a history and evolution separate from but sometimes related to Jazz. Boasting African American verbal art genre in which a performer praises about personal attributes, material possessions, and verbal or technical skills.

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