metallica, billy joel, buffy sainte-marie, john coltrane, merle haggard among national recording registry selections

by:Marslite     2019-10-15
Los angeles-Billy Joel\'s The Pianist, Gloria Gino\'s I will live, the Supreme, where is our love, john Coltrane\'s love first and Metallica\'s puppet master are the latest recordings to enter the National Recording Registry of the Library of Congress.
The library has added 25 this year, named after David S. , Acting Librarian of Congress.
Mao, across 1911-
1986, selected for its \"cultural, artistic and/or historical significance to the American social and national auditory heritage.
\"25 recordings are added to the registry every year and now there are a total of 450 recordings.
The 2015 enrollment options also include 1970 albums by the rock band Santana, \"Abraxas\", 1964 albums by John colteren, \"Love first\", 1947 by Secretary of State George Marshall
100 season report by legendary basketball player Chamberlain
1962 points game
Collection of blues, jazz, rock, country and classical music interspersed with important recordings of sporting events, speeches, radio shows and comedies, helps protect the record of what we do and who we are, \"Mao said.
Here is a detailed description of the selection of the National Recording Registry this year: \"Let Me Call You Sweetheart\"-Columbia Quartet (
World-class Quartet)(1911)
In the repertoire of this country, some songs exist all the year round;
Their beauty and lyrical qualities seem to have always been a part of American life.
A song like this is \"Let Me Call You Sweetheart\", a product of \"Iron Pot Lane\" created by Leo Friedman and Beth Slater Whitson.
The song endured for more than a century with simple rhyming schemes and predictable melody contours, with an undisguised expression of love.
The Colombian quartet, headed by tenor Henry Burr, is more often referred to as The Peerless Quartet.
His unique nasal tone gives people an unparalleled feeling.
The Fusion and balance of the harmonious quartet is rich, providing us with authentic taste of the music of the 1910 s.
Clarence Williams\'s Wildcat Blues1923)
Clarence Williams\'s Wildcat Blues was one of the first jazz records to have a wide impact on musicians.
Clarence Williams, a pianist, composer, singer and entrepreneur, led hundreds of recording sessions in the 1920 s to showcase New York\'s finest black genius.
He is the main character of the Okeh record company \"race series\", the first label to target Africa
American audience
He was the first one.
Americans will work with the publishing business to fully tap and develop the potential of phonograph records.
Created by Thomas \"Fat Man\" Waller \"Wildcat Blues\" is one of the first jazz recordings featuring a performer, in which case Sidney on the soprano saxophone ·
This is the first record of Bercher, and it also affects many new jazz players.
Statesboro Blues-Blind Willie McTell (1928)
This unforgettable recording of Blues is a performance of The Times.
The voice of McTell is convincing;
Thin, confidential quality, as if to say a secret.
He is a charming storyteller.
His voice is with his 12-
String guitar, darts and Dodge in vocal phrases, creates many levels of rhythm.
The guitar is a bit out of date. of-
The combination of tune with the echo room has brought strange effects.
McTell\'s meter is also very free, just like the old one
Time country performers, measures to increase or subtract the standard number in a simple, smooth way.
His confidence and quiet bravery left unforgettable memories.
\"Bonaba resort\"-WH. Stepp (1937)
Stepp\'s bonaba retreat is one of the 1937 recording libraries produced by congressional folk historians Alan and Elizabeth romax on a Musicology Tour in Kentucky.
It was a common dance song in the 1930 s, but the violin they recorded that day, William Hamilton Stip, played an unusual change.
Musicologists agree that the volume of Stepp has become the famous classical music \"Hoe-
Composer Aaron Copeland, in the \"part of the ballet\" rodeo, \"he can go into the Stepp version in the form of a recording and in 1941 book\" Our Singing Country \"by Alan Lomax
\"In 1942 Copeland was commissioned by dance director Agnes de Miller to score the ballet.
Copeland later made \"Hoe-
In 1943, Arthur Feidler and the Boston pop orchestra performed for the first time \"part of the symphony orchestra he often performed. \"
Rock fans may know version 1972 of \"Hoe-
Emerson, Lake and Palmer wrote in the album trilogy.
Hoes of Copeland
In a series of beef TV commercials in the early 90 s, \"Down\" also went on national TV.
So Stepp\'s violin has been on the concert stage, pop charts and millions of American families.
Vic and Sade-Episode: Decoration Day (June 4, 1937)
Vic and Sade by Paul Reimer is a long novel
Play continuously during the day, but not the plot.
First broadcast in 15-19 32 years
The wake and Sade on NBC did not follow the usual structure of serial drama.
Instead, each episode itself is complete.
All actions
Vic and Sade\'s friends and acquaintances, and even the town itself, were created through the imaginative dialogue of rismer.
This representative broadcast-in which Vic lamented the decline in \"decorative day\" recognition-is one of the earliest examples of surviving in this acclaimed show.
Although it is estimated that Rhymer has written more than 3,500 scripts for the show, only a few hundred original recordings have survived so far.
The first symphony of Mahler
9-Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra under the command of Bruno Walter (1938)
Bruno Walter is an assistant commander and protester of Gustav Mahler.
Their relationship was so close that the composer dedicated his first symphony to them.
9 to Walter, who will perform with the Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra in 1912, two years before the start of World War I.
In January, Walter also made the first complete recording.
1938, with the Philharmonic-but this time it was only two months before Germany invaded Austria on the eve of World War II.
Critics disagree about the quality of the show.
Many people praise its intensity.
Tony Dugan describes the fact that the orchestra plays like \"The world is about to collapse.
Others, looking at the same intensity from different angles, sometimes feel like the music is out of control.
Walter himself expressed concern.
But the ninth recording is not so important in history.
It seems to have anticipated the upcoming Anschluss.
Shortly after the recording, 13 Jewish members of the Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra were fired;
Some people later die in Jewish communities or concentration camps.
Farewell Symphony
9 is one of the most important works in Mahler\'s works.
Its creation marks the end of a musical era.
This is the end of a historical recording.
\"The Carousel of American music\"-George M.
Johnny Mercer, Arthur Frid, Shelton Brooks, Hodge Carmichael, etc (Sept. 24, 1940)
These recordings were filmed at the Golden Gate International Expo. in-a-
The concert of a lifetime brought together the top American songwriters of the time to perform their own works.
To celebrate the 25 th anniversary of the establishment of the composer rights organization ASCAP
The day\'s events included concerts and performances by the San Francisco Symphony Orchestra.
Including: Albert Von Tilzer (
Sing \"Take Me Out to Play\"); Ann Ronnell (
\"Who is afraid of big bad wolf \"); Arthur Freed (
\"Singing in the Rain \");
Shelton Brooks (
\"Some of These Days \"); James V. Monaco (
\"You Made Me Love You \"); Bert Kalmar (
(Three small words);
Walter Donaldson (
My Blue Paradise]; Leo Robin (Love in Bloom); Johnny Mercer (
\"Open diners \");
Carmichael Hoagy (\"Stardust\"); George M. Cohan (\"Over There\");
Irving Berlin (
\"God Bless America\", among others.
Believe it\'s lost, these recordings are in 78-
Half a century later, rpm records were sold on the opera recording trading website.
They were released as four. CD set in 2011.
Speech on \"Marshall Plan\"-George C. Marshall (June 5, 1947)
In the spring of 1947, more than two years after VE Day, most parts of Europe remain in ruins.
The success of piecemeal aid projects was limited.
Secretary of State Marshall and President Harry.
Truman began a comprehensive recovery plan for Europe.
Marshall will receive an honorary degree from his alma mater, Harvard University, at his graduation ceremony on June 5.
He had no intention of making a comment, but changed his mind and gave a speech before the Harvard Academy 15,000, including writer T. S.
Reporter W Elliott
Carter and Marshall\'s Army colleague, General Omar. Bradley.
It describes the bleak picture of Europe\'s destruction, economic collapse and slow hunger.
Marshall announced, \"I am sure that any government willing to assist in the resumption of the mission will receive full cooperation from the US government.
Any government that has blocked recovery in other countries cannot count on our help.
In addition, governments, political parties or groups trying to make human suffering permanent in order to profit from politics or other aspects will encounter opposition from the United States.
Freedom of destination-episodes of garage in Gainesville and waiting for execution (Sept. 25 and Oct. 2, 1949)
From June 1948 to August 1950, the Chicago radio station WMAQ aired \"freedom of destination\", an extraordinary show that not only demonstrated the achievements of black Americans, and the obstacles they overcome and the prejudices they endure.
All 97 episodes were written by Richard Durham, the editor of The Chicago Defender.
It is unusual that black actors are given most of the main characters of the show, not just comedians or subordinate actors.
Most episodes are fictional profiles of famous black people such as Harriet taboman or Jackie Robinson. This two-
The parts of the \"bias series\" are different-both completely fictional episodes have sparked strong condemnation of racial bias in the United States.
In waiting for execution, Durham used the literary means of the person to use racial prejudice as a role to stand trial for a crime.
The second \"garage in Gainesville\" is told through a character named Joe, an ordinary Southern white man who wants to open the garage with the talented black car mechanic buddy.
As the story unfolds, Joe knows the tragic consequences of the racial bias that he has turned a blind eye to all his life.
Unadorned racial nicknames bring realism to dialogue.
The soundtrack of the streetcar of desire-composer Alex North (1951)
At the beginning of 1950, director Elia Kazan persuaded Alex north to score for Tennessee Williams\'s movie \"The Streetcar of desire\" and then sent north to New Orleans to \"purify the atmosphere \".
In American jazz idioms, \"the North\" sees \"trams\" as \"an opportunity for music to speak . . . . . . \".
\"While he is considered the first person to incorporate jazz into the main film soundtrack, this is not the level of his innovation.
Instead of just using music to support actions in the scene, North uses music to express the character\'s emotions, even if they conflict with the actions.
In addition, the \"tram\" is not only jazz music, because some programs are more traditional orchestral music.
Originally released as 10-
Inch lp a Box 7-
For 45 seconds, the released record includes a set of 10 parts extracted from the musical clues of the film.
\"Cry a river for me\"-Julie London. (1955)
\"It\'s just a trivial voice,\" Julie London said of her singing . \".
\"But it\'s an overkill.
Smoke sounds, it automatically sounds intimate.
\"The first single in London,\" Cry Me a River, \"was the most successful,\" Arthur Hamilton wrote . \".
But if it weren\'t for the word \"civilian\", she might never have had a chance to record it.
\"Hamilton made it part of a clever internal rhyme,\" he told me, love was too common, told me you were over with me, and . . . . . . .
\"Pete Kelly\'s Blues\" was originally written for the film \"Pete Kelly\'s Blues\" in 1953, and it is reported that the film was deleted during the production process because of director Jack Wei
In early 1955, London began dating jazz player Bobby Trupp.
He encouraged her to sing.
She turned to Hamilton, who used to be her prom date, for material, and he gave her a song \"Cry Me a River\" rejected by her ex-husband, Webb \".
Later, Troup, who married London, made the show and wisely gave her only one guitar and a bass.
\"Mack knife \"(singles)
-Louis Armstrong. 1956); Bobby Darin (1959)
In 1928, in the three-person opera of Kurt will and Bert Brecht in Berlin, \"knife Mike\" began a long life.
The song opens and closes the show and is sung by a shabby organ grinder to herald the gangster reaction of the show
Hero, Maggie Mercer.
The play is small-known in the U. S.
Until 1954 Mark Blitz
The adaptation of language has become
Broadway sensation, though he was forced to review the most violent part of the Majin knife for the original --cast recording.
Columbia record producer George Avakian invited Will\'s ex-wife Rakuten Renia and \"Pirate Jenny\" of the New York renaissance to a recording conference by Louis Armstrong, listen to him record this version with a quintet and shout outout to her.
It became one of the most unlikely hits of the year, inspiring 17 cover versions in the USS. alone.
\"No matter where you go, you will hear the sound of the bar, the record machine, the taxi,\" Lenya exclaimed . \".
Kurt will love it.
A taxi driver whistling and he will be happier than winning the Pulitzer Prize.
\"A few years later, the most famous version of the song came along, and Bobby Darling tried to prove his versatility after several rock hits, included in a 1959 album called \"that\'s all.
\"The Darlin version consciously fits the spirit of Louis Armstrong, but the great of Richard W.
The arrangement of the band gave him space to take the song out of jazz
Open to the climax of the swing.
While some believe it encourages juvenile crime, knife Mike has become a bigger international pop song like Darling\'s iconic song.
Chamberlain\'s 100
Game 4
Quarterly coverage (
Philadelphia Warriors
New York Knicks
-Announcer Bill Campbell. March 2, 1962)
On March 2, 1962, Philadelphia Warriors center Chamberlain scored 100 points in a single game, breaking the NBA record.
The games played in Hershey, Pennsylvania were not reported on television;
It was broadcast only by a radio station in Philadelphia.
College student Jim treley fell asleep while listening to the game, he woke up to hear the news, and the TV station will replay part of the game early in the morning.
Trelease decided to record the replay.
On 1990, Trelease learned that there was no copy of the broadcast at Hershey community archives.
Fortunately, Trelease still has his copy and donated it to HCA, which later donated the copy to the NBA.
In the 1988 season, the NBA got a copy of the fourth-quarter game from Warriors fan Samuel B.
Marcus recorded the Warriors property on the tape recorder.
Alliance archivist Todd Caso cleaned up and combined the two recordings to get the best possible version from both sources.
\"Love first\"-John colteren (1964)
John Cortland believes that \"love first\" is a very spiritual dedication.
The album, with the debut of pianist Maike Taina, drummer Alvin Jones and tenor saxophone player John colerland, quickly created a solemn atmosphere.
Tyna\'s ongoing opening chords and Jones\'s gong sound create a echoing wash at the same time, as Cortland enters with dexterity --like figure.
Music continues to swell as bassist Jimmy Garrison enters the familiar group of four, but then changes have taken place
Pay attention to the melody that is repeated throughout the work, including as a sacred song.
Scholar Lewis Porter observed that Kirtland\'s composition structure is very rigorous.
The title of the four sports is not only (
\"Recognition\", \"resolution\", \"pursuit\" and \"psalm \")
Suggest a spiritual journey of redemption, but the second movement is related to the harmony of the third movement, and the first movement is related to the harmony of the fourth movement in a way that unifies the work.
However, the structure is loose enough that every musician has his own voice.
The quality provided by this album guarantees that it has a wider audience than most jazz albums at the time, attracting more and more public attention to a wide range of spiritual issues.
It was quoted in the sample music and played in the church service.
\"This is my way\"-Buffy St-Marie (1964)(album)Buffy Sainte-
Mary\'s debut album is a very personal set of original and traditional songs, but her Kerry heritage and offerings such as \"now Buffalo is gone\" and \"Cosmic Soldier\" have prompted her to work hard for years against her typical Native American token as a protest singer and folk revival.
\"This is my way\" is the mature and convincing work of contemporary critic Godfrey John on the subject and emotional diversity, showing \"the impact of creating the fusion of contemporary Americans \".
\"Cod \'INE\" draws on her own experience of addiction.
\"He lives in town alone\" talks about loneliness and romantic frustration.
\"This is my way\" is a firm hymn, while the \"Anan\" is the voice of the Apostle Paul challenging religious authority.
She used the guitar to change the bow\'s \"lame Creek\" just for fun.
Her voice alternating between soothing and sad in \"This is my way\", another aspect of her style, paving the way for powerful female singers like Grace Slick a few years later, reflects the intensity and passion of continuing to distinguish SaintsMarie’s work.
Where Did Our Love Go? single)–The Supremes. (1964)
When Diana Rose, Mary Wilson, and Flo Ballard were brought to them by the star songwriters and producers of Mordon Holland, they didn\'t think much about \"Where Did Our Love Go \", april of 1964 more Zell and Netherlands.
They all think the lyrics are simple and even childish.
It is reported that Diana Rose does not like to sing with keys that are low-key and unfamiliar.
The arrangement gave other top leaders a seemingly small supporting role.
But so far, the group has made only a few small songs for Motown and they can\'t refuse the song.
When Rose sang in the bass, she found a unique and mature tone that made her different from other female singers, and when Wilson and Ballard mastered the sound of backwardnessthe-
The band\'s performance broke the timing of their part and revealed an impressive desire in the lyrics, which made the song stand out.
\"People are ready \"(single)
-Impression. (1965)
The impression was five at first.
The men\'s group was in 1958, but as Curtis Mayfield, Sam Gooden, and Fred cash, they achieved their greatest artistic and mass success.
Their background in gospel music not only provides information for their singing, but also for Mayfield\'s song creation, which reaches a rare level of spirituality and compassion.
The lead singer sharing between the three also sets them apart, another important aspect they bring to their most enduring song, people ready.
As he wrote in his early works inspired by the civil rights movement, such as \"continue to advance\", Mayfield used folk and religious imagery in \"people ready\", \"at the same time, his message also gives hope that it encourages the audience to accept its mission.
\"People are ready\" is also one of the most effective arrangements of the day, with the solo and harmonies of the impressionist, the solo guitar passages of Mayfield blend seamlessly with the choreographer Johnny Petter\'s string and brass choreographer.
The song was very popular at the time, and since then it has been reaching audiences in the original as well as in many covers and offers. \"Mama Tried\" (single)-Mel hagard (1968)
Country singer mom tried-
Song author Mel hagard\'s loose autobiography expresses love and sacrifice for the mother while trying to raise restless, unruly children on his own.
The song was originally written for the movie Killer 3, which tells the story of a young man who was sentenced to life imprisonment without parole and began to understand, it\'s too late. he\'s responsible for his terrible situation alone.
Hagard\'s direct, hard-driving, honky-
Tonk\'s attitude towards his songwriting and performance stood out in the late 60 s against the smoother, sweeter Nashville country music style of the day.
\"Mother try\" has become a classic and is covered by many groups including the death of gratitude.
\"Abraxas\"-Santana (1970)
Santana\'s second album consolidates the group\'s position as a supplier of unique blend of Latin music, rock, blues and modal jazz.
The rhythm part is essential to attract fans of many music genres.
While the songs \"El niceya\" and \"Se Acabo\" give timbales in the region of José \"Chepito\" and congas of Mike kalabello the opportunity to reach out, their contributions are important in more swing numbers, especially in jazz --
The impact \"event was in nishihpur.
Greg Rowley proved adept at creating compelling rock songs while contributing the best organ solo of the time.
The standard rock rhythm section-Dave Brown on the bass and Mike screaming on the drum-subtly shifts from jazz to rock as needed.
But Carlos Santana\'s signature guitar tone, almost infinite, continues, and his lyrical melody has proven very noticeable today.
\"Class Clown\"-George Carlin (1972)
In the 1960 s, George Carlin emerged from a successful career as a mainstream comedian, reinventing himself with a more interesting but risky anti-cultural style.
\"Class Clown\" is the second album of this stage of his career, including his \"seven words that can never be said on TV\" routine, it is not only a discussion of these words and their offensive abilities, but also a discussion of the diversity and impermanence of the English language itself.
At the time the album was released, Karin was actually arrested on suspicion of obscenity, and although the charges were finally dropped, the words still could not be said on radio and television.
\"Robert and Clara Schumann piano trio\"-Art Trio (1972)
The bokes art trio presents Philips with a series of landmark recordings showing their expressive power and width
The range of piano trio tracks is past and present.
In each match, the three showed incredible tricks, drawing attention to the details of the music without ignoring the overall structure, and focusing on convergence and cohesion.
Box art is ideal for the Robert and Clara Schumann Trio, whose music is full of interesting musical details and whose structure may be lost without a balance of musical value.
While its approach puts both composers at their best, they strongly demonstrate Clara Schumann\'s musical identity.
The temptation is to compare Clara\'s work with her husband\'s, but it is independent.
Both Schumann\'s works are the most subtle of classical music-it found an advocate among the members of the box art trio. \"Piano Man\" (single)–Billy Joel (1973)
Billy Joel\'s first hit song, Piano Man, became his signature song, but it could never have happened without Bill Martin and Captain Jack.
Joel performed a concert for Philadelphia radio WMMR in April 1972 to promote his first solo album, Cold Spring Harbor.
\"But there was a technical problem with the album, and Joel also found himself bound by a bad recording contract, so he moved to Los Angeles to keep a low profile for a while.
To break even, Joel used Bill Martin\'s name to find a show at the executive room piano bar.
The staff and regulars he met there later became \"Piano Man \".
\"All the characters in that song are real people,\" Joel said . \".
In fact, there was a sailor named David and a real estate agent named Paul who sat in the bar and wrote his novel.
The \"practical politics\" waitress later became Joel\'s wife.
As the West Coast show unfolded, the song he recorded live, Captain Jack, became so popular that WMMR not only added it to the rotation, but the rest of New York radio stations.
Due to exposure, Joel was finally able to sign a contract with a different company to record his second solo album, both the Piano Man and the studio version of Captain Jack.
However, the record company thought that the \"Piano Man\" was originally 5: 38, too long to play the radio, so it cut more than a minute from the single and cut more time from the DJ promo
Joel later mentioned this in artist: \"It\'s a beautiful song, but it\'s running too long . . . . . . So they shortened it to 3: 05.
\"Bogarusabuji\"-Clifton chenille (1976)
Zydeco, hard
Now, with an international audience, it\'s not always the case.
Singer Clifton chenille was born in France.
In 1925, at Opelousas in the state of Luis Anna, the talking family was part of this generation, who added a strong blues feel and hot rhythm to Cajun and creole music,
Touring the blues music festival in the 1960 s, along with a series of albums recorded by pioneer roots
Music producer Chris Stravitz has brought the shell bank and Zydeco to a new audience.
Recorded in 1976, \"bogarosa Buji\" is the second album recorded by chenille and his red hot Louis Anna State band, which is accompanied by the most successful stage of his career.
The album was cut out in a day without a second shot and remains a decisive performance by one of Zydeco\'s greatest artists.
\"I will live \"(single)-Gloria Gino (1978)
It started with a person out of work.
He wrote the experience as a break-up song \"I will live\", which has become a tribute to all kinds of survivors.
Gloria Geithner has been recording since mid-term
1960, but it was not until the 1975 \"Never Say Goodbye\" that this historic disco album had a limited successmix album side.
At 1978, however, she needed a blow.
The songwriting team Freddie Perren and Dino Fekaris recently set up a production department, \"I will live\" but no one sings.
Fekaris said the song was first inspired by the idea that he would be fine after being fired.
Not only did she like the song for Gaynor, but because she was recovering from a severe spinal injury, the song added meaning.
\"In fact, I\'m on the stand behind the microphone and believe the song will save my career-it did save me.
\"But first, the song itself has to be demoted to B-
Side of another single
So many DJs started playing it that the record company reissued \"survival\" as a single.
The song is popular as a symbol of women\'s empowerment and as a national anthem in the LGBT community.
Master puppet-metal (1986)
The third version of the band Metallica shows the band getting rid of the bashing of metal history and reputation and exploring new ideas.
Thrash is a reaction to the popularity of metals in early 1980 and aims to update the metal by emphasizing speed and aggression.
For example, the song \"battery\" in this album-rhythm guitarist James Hartfield\'s \"The Pentium power chord\", Lars Ulrich\'s \"machine\"-
Gun drumming and leading guitarist Kirk Hammet\'s dazzling bugging clues-an example of a submarine
The genres and technical levels you can find are amazing.
However, other songs on the record broke the orthodox idea.
Cliff Burton\'s clean bass line, volume expansion and elaborate harmonies, such as Orion, distinguish the song from the standard metal song.
The title track begins with a clear power chord and a catchy riff, which is not surprising, but halfway, the rhythm slows down with the clear peg sound of the cello
Like the tone, introduce the mid of Hetfield-
Rhythm leads that do not use tapping, scanning pickup and other metal guitar techniques.
The Black Sabbath bassist and lyricist Geezer Butler commented that 1980 of Metallica\'s music had brought the music \"back to the [Spirit\"Black]
He further stressed, \"If we start, then [Metallica]reinvented it.
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