Charles Palmer, Tom Reddy With Billy May - Destination Moon album FLAC
Black Moon is the eighth studio album, and the first in fourteen years, by progressive rock band Emerson, Lake & Palmer, released in 1992. The track "Affairs of the Heart" originated in summer 1988 sessions by Lake with Geoff Downes under the project name Ride the Tiger.
The Destination Moon record was narrated by Tom Reddy, and Billy May composed the incidental and background music In 1950, Fawcett Publications released a 10-cent Destination Moon film tie-in comic book .
The film was distributed in the United States and the United Kingdom by Eagle-Lion Classics. The Destination Moon record was narrated by Tom Reddy, and Billy May composed the incidental and background music. The record's storyline took considerable liberties with the film's plot and characters, although the general shape of the film story remained.
The narrator was Tom Reddy; Billy May composed incidental and background music. All translations of DESTINATION MOON FILM.
Destination Moon (album). Destination Moon is the fourth album by Canadian R&B singer Deborah Cox. It was released by Decca Records on June 4, 2007 in the United States. A tribute album to jazz singer Dinah Washington, Cox noted it "a concept album that I've had in mind for years". Many of Washington's songs are reinterpreted on the album including the title track "Destination Moon". The result, with Whitmark and Charles Dickson writing the libretto, was Three Twins and their next collaboration was Madame Sherry in 1910, adapting a 1902 German operetta with Jack Gardner in the lead role. The show featured a song that was not theirs, the Albert von Tilzer and Junie McCree song Put Your Arms Around Me and they would collaborate for four more shows until Hoschna died in 1911, at the age of thirty-four.
Destination Moon is the fourth album by Canadian R&B singer Deborah Cox, released in June 2007 by Decca Records. It also pays tribute to legendary jazz singer Dinah Washington, and Cox calls it "a concept album that I've had in mind for years".
With John Archer, Warner Anderson, Tom Powers, Dick Wesson. After their latest rocket fails, Dr. Charles Cargraves and retired General Thayer have to start over again. This time, Gen. Thayer approaches Jim Barnes, the head of his own aviation construction firms to help build a rocket that will take them to the moon. Thayer approaches Jim Barnes, the head of his own aviation. Destination Moon was our conception in the middle of the last century as to what our first hesitant steps would be towards getting to the Moon. What I was amazed to see was just how accurate they got it in terms of reality. Four men, John Archer, Warner Anderson, Tom Powers and Dick Wesson are the chosen astronauts though that term had not come into usage at the time.
Destination Moon is a 1950 American Technicolor science fiction film independently produced by George Pal, directed by Irving Pichel, and starring John Archer, Warner Anderson, Tom Powers, and Dick Wesson. The film was distributed in the United States and UK by Eagle-Lion Classics. With Destination Moon, George Pal produced the first major U. S. science fiction film to deal with the dangers inherent in human space travel and the possible difficulties of America's first lunar mission landing on and safely returning from our only satellite.
Tiësto, Jonas Blue & Rita Ora. Tina Turner. Destination Moon (оригинал They Might Be Giants). Цель полёта – Луна (перевод greenfinchh ). Don't bother to call this room. Не трудись звонить в эту комнату, There's nobody here who can pick up. Здесь больше нет того, кто снимет трубку. Or has stuff they need to talk about.
- Manufactured By – Capitol Records, Inc.
- Pressed By – Capitol Records Pressing Plant, Scranton
- Adapted By – Charles Palmer
- Music By – Billy May
- Narrator – Tom Reddy
NotesCatalog number CAS-3080 is on the album jacket and center labels.
Catalog number 32022 is on the center labels.
The title on the album jacket reads: George Pal's "Destination Moon"
Center label reads: Adapted From The George Pal Production By Charles Palmer
Bozo "The Capitol Clown" Approved.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Side A, Runout): 6443-1D-2 9-50
- Matrix / Runout (Side A, Label): 6443
- Matrix / Runout (Side B, Runout): 6444-1D-2 9-50
- Matrix / Runout (Side B, Label): 6444
|CASF-3080, F32022||Charles Palmer, Tom Reddy With Billy May||Charles Palmer, Tom Reddy With Billy May - Destination Moon (7")||Capitol Records, Capitol Records||CASF-3080, F32022||US||1950|