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Take Me Out To The Ballgame / Various

Take Me Out To The Ballgame / Various
Release Date: 08/05/1997 
Label:  Sony   Catalog #: 63127   Spars Code: ADD 
Composer:  Albert Von TilzerVarious
Performer:  D'Anna FortunatoVincent Price
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Triskelion All-Stars
Number of Discs: 2 
Recorded in: Stereo 
Length: 1 Hours 0 Mins. 

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Notes and Editorial Reviews

Complete Track List:

Disc 1:
1. Familiar Sound Of Baseball, The
2. Voice Of Babe Ruth, April, 1947, The
3. Bobby Thomson's Home Run To Win The Pennat For The Giants In The 1951 Playoff Game With Brooklyn
4. Ed Walsh, 40-Game Winner
5. Walter Johnson, Strike-Out Leader
6. Carl Hubbell Recounts Striking Out Ruth, Gehrig, Foxx, Simmons And Cronin
7. Bob Feller's 348 Strike-Outs In One Season
8. Carl Erskine Sets World Series' Strike-Out Record, 1953
9. Cy Young's First No-Hitter
10. Johnny Vander Meer Gets Two No-Hitters In Consecutive Starts
11. First No-Hitter In World Series Play, Piched By Don Larson
12. Babe Ruth Recalls The Three
Read more Goals He Set For Himself
13. George Sisler Remembers "The Babe"'s Strength
14. Senator Ford Recalls An Exceptional Hit By Ruth
15. Will Harridge On "The Babe"
16. Ruth Talks About The Importance Of Getting A Youngster Started In Baseball
17. Branch Rickey Estimates The Influence Of Ruth
18. Jim Farley Sums Up His Feelings About Ruth
19. Andy Coply Remembers Lou Gehrig As A Boy
20. Jimmy Foxx Remembers Gehrig's Feats
21. Charlie McCarthy (Edgar Bergen) Kids Gehrig
22. Gehrig's Farewell To The Fans
23. Rogers Hornsby His First Year In The Big Leagues
24. Ted Williams Hits One Out Of The Park
25. Stan Musial's 1955 All-Star Game-Winning Homer And 3,000th Hit
26. Paul Waner Goes Six For Six In 1926 Game
27. Tris Speaker Gives Views On Hitting
28. Ty Cobb Talks About How To Make Your Own Breaks
29. Budy Blattner On The Birth Of The Baseball Hall Of Fame
30. Hall Of Fame Ceremony, Cooperstown, New York, The
31. Eddie Collins
32. Grover Cleveland Alexander
33. Babe Ruth
34. Hank Greenberg
35. Paul Kerr
36. Ford Frick
37. Kenesaw Mountain Landis
38. Willie Mays Makes A Sensational Catch
39. Jackie Robinson Hits To Win The Sixth Game Of 1956 Wold Series
40. Robinson Recalls Troubles When First Entering The Major Leagues
41. Robert Heyland Jr., Talks About His Father
42. Connie Mack And His Long Managerial Career
43. Mickey Cochrane Remembers One Of Mack's Mistakes
44. Mack And His Eternal Hope For "Next Year"
45. Sid Keener Remembers Hornsby Claiming Alexander By Phone
46. Frankie Frisch Remebers The "Mud Cat Band"
47. Joe McCarthy Pays Tribute to His Great Players
48. Leo Durocher Admits He's A Genius
49. Fred Haney Gets A Testimonial Dinner
50. Chuck Tanner Hits A Four Bagger To Tie One Up
51. Eddie Matthews Gets A Homer
52. Joe Adcock Adds His
53. Henry Aaron Clinches The Pennant With A Homer
54. Braves Win The 1957 World Series, The
55. Prayer Of Thanks By Francis Cardinal Spellman, A

Disc 2: Bonus Disc:
1. Casey At The Bat - Vincent Price
2. Baseball March, The
3. They're All Good American Names
4. Home Run Quick Step
5. Our Orioles Two-Step March
6. Hurrah For Our National Game
7. Our Champions March
8. Slide, Kelly, Slide
9. Live Oak Polka
10. Baseball Fever
11. Spectator March And Two-Step, The
12. Umpire Is A Most Unhappy Man, The
13. Baseball Polka
14. One-A-Strike
15. Baseball Quadrille
16. Jake! Jake! The Yiddisher Ball-Player
17. Una Schottishe
18. Tiger Polka
19. That Baseball Rag
20. Ball Club March, The
21. Who Would Doubt That I'm A Man?
22. Baseball Cakewalk,The
23. Take Me Out To The Ball Game - D'Anna Fortunato/The Triskelion All-Stars

TAKE ME OUT TO THE BALL GAME is a collection of spoken vocal tracks by famous baseball players & celebrities and also includes a bonus disc of traditional baseball songs.
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Works on This Recording

1.
Take Me Out to the Ballgame by Albert Von Tilzer
Performer:  D'Anna Fortunato (Mezzo Soprano)
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Triskelion All-Stars
Period: 20th Century 
Written: 1908; USA 
2.
Work(s) by Various
Performer:  Vincent Price (Spoken Vocals)

Sound Samples

The familiar sound of baseball (Spoken word)
The voice of Babe Ruth, April, 1947 (Spoken word)
Bobby Thomson's home run to win the pennant for the Giants in 1951 (Russ Hodges announcing) (Spoken word)
Ed Walsh, 40-game winner (Spoken word)
Walter Johnson, strike-out leader (Spoken word)
Carl Hubbell recounts striking out Ruth, Gehrig, Fox and others (Spoken word)
Bob Feller's 348 strike-outs in one season (Spoken word)
Carl Erskine sets World Series strike-out record, 1953 (Spoken word)
Cy Young's first no-hitter (Spoken word)
Johnny Van der Meer gets two no-hitters in consecutive starts (Spoken word)
First no-hitter in World Series play, pitched by Don Larsen (Spoken word)
Babe Ruth recalls the three goals he set for himself (Spoken word)
George Sisler remembers "The Babe"'s strength (Spoken word)
Senator Ford recalls an exceptional hit by Ruth (Spoken word)
Will Harridge on "The Babe" (Spoken word)
Ruth talks about the importance of getting a youngster started in baseball (Spoken word)
Branch Rickey estimates the influence of Ruth (Spoken word)
Jim Farley sums up his feelings about Ruth (Spoken word)
Andy Coply remembers Lou Gehrig as a boy (Spoken word)
Jimmy Fox remembers Gehrig's feats (Spoken word)
Charlie McCarthy (Edgar Bergen) kids Gehrig (Spoken word)
Gehrig's farewell to the fans (Spoken word)
Rogers Hornsby recalls his first year in the big leagues (Spoken word)
Ted Williams hits one out of the park (Spoken word)
Stan Musial's 1955 all-star game-winning homer and 3000th hit (Harry Carey announcing) (Spoken word)
Paul Waner goes six for six in 1926 game (Spoken word)
Tris Speaker gives views on hitting (Spoken word)
Ty Cobb talks about how to make your own breaks (Spoken word)
Buddy Blattner on the birth of the Baseball Hall of Fame (Spoken word)
The Hall of Fame ceremony, Cooperstown, New York (Tom Manning announcing) (Spoken word)
Eddie Collins (Spoken word)
Grover Cleveland Alexander (Spoken word)
Babe Ruth (Spoken word)
Hank Greenberg (Spoken word)
Paul Kerr (Spoken word)
Ford Frick (Spoken word)
Kenesaw Mountain Landis (Spoken word)
Willie Mays makes a sensational catch (Spoken word)
Jackie Robinson hits to win the sixth game of 1956 World Series (Spoken word)
Robinson recalls troubles when first entering major leagues (Spoken word)
Robert Heyland Jr. Talks about his father (Spoken word)
Connie Mack and his long managerial career (Spoken word)
Mickey Cochrane remembers one of Mack's mistakes (Spoken word)
Mack and his eternal hope for "next year" (Spoken word)
Sid Keener remembers Hornsby claiming Alexander by phone (Spoken word)
Frankie Frisch remembers the "Mud Cat Band" (Spoken word)
Joe McCarthy pays tribute to his great players (Spoken word)
Leo Durocher admits he's a genius (Spoken word)
Fred Haney gets a testimonial dinner (Spoken word)
Chuck Tanner hits a four-bagger to tie one up (Spoken word)
Eddie Matthews gets a homer (Ray Gillespie announcing) (Spoken word)
Joe Adcock adds his (Spoken word)
Henry Aaron clinches the pennant with a homer (Spoken word)
The Braves win the 1957 World Series (Spoken word)
A Prayer of Thanks by Francis Cardinal Spellman (Spoken word)
Casey at the Bat (Voice)
The Base Ball March (1905) (Voice)
They're All Good American Names (1911) (Voice)
Home Run Quick Step (1861) (Instrumental)
Our Orioles Two-Step March (1894) (Instrumental)
Hurrah for Our National Game (1868) (Voice)
Our Champion's March (1888) (Instrumental)
Slide, Kelly, Slide! (1889) (Voice)
Live Oak Polka (1860) (Instrumental)
Base Ball Fever (1867) (Voice)
The Spectator March and Two-Step (1909) (Instrumental)
The Umpire Is a Most Unhappy Man (1905) (Voice)
The Base Ball Polka (1858) (Instrumental)
One-a Strike (1908) (Voice)
Baseball Quadrille (1867) (Instrumental)
Jake! Jake! The Yiddisher Ball Player (1911) (Voice)
Una Schottische (1874) (Instrumental)
Tiger Polka (1861) (Instrumental)
That Baseball Rag (1913) (Voice)
The Ball Club March (1888) (Instrumental)
Who Would Doubt that I'm a Man? (1895) (Voice)
Baseball Cakewalk (1905) (Instrumental)
Take Me Out to the Ball Game (1908) (Voice)

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