Copland Conducts Copland (Expanded Edition) – Columbia Symphony Orchestra, Aaron Copland, London Symphony Orchestra & William Warfield

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Copland Conducts Copland (Expanded Edition)

Columbia Symphony Orchestra, Aaron Copland, London Symphony Orchestra & William Warfield

Genre: Classical

Price: $ 9.99

Release Date: December 31, 1999

© ℗ Originally released 1963, 1966, 1970, 1971 SONY BMG MUSIC ENTERTAINMENT

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Gershwin: Rhapsody in Blue – An American in Paris – Leonard Bernstein, New York Philharmonic & Columbia Symphony Orchestra

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Gershwin: Rhapsody in Blue – An American in Paris

Leonard Bernstein, New York Philharmonic & Columbia Symphony Orchestra

Genre: Classical

Price: $ 12.99

Release Date: December 21, 1958

© ℗ Originally released 1959, 1961 Sony Music Entertainment

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Old-School Columbia Gear Gets an Update from America’s Coolest Store

For 15 years now, the absurdly cool New York-based retailer Opening Ceremony has been working with some of the biggest brands in clothing, making subtle (and sometimes not so subtle) tweaks and additions to clothes from Pendleton, Levi’s, Timberland, Vans, Coach, and beyond. And on Thursday, the outdoor gear brand Columbia got added to that venerable list.

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Phish: 11/22/94 Jesse Auditorium- University of Missouri, Columbia, MO (Live) – Phish


Phish: 11/22/94 Jesse Auditorium- University of Missouri, Columbia, MO (Live)
Phish

Release Date:
August 19, 2016
Total Songs:
22

Genre:
Rock

Price:
$ 12.99

Copyright
℗ 1994-2016 Phish


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360 Sound: The Columbia Records Story – Dave Marsh

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360 Sound: The Columbia Records Story

Legends and Legacy

Dave Marsh

Genre: Music

Publish Date: October 1, 2012

Publisher: Columbia Records

Seller: TRAILER PARK INC.


Dave Marsh’s Legends and Legacy  represents a condensed history of Columbia Records at its best. Its relationship to Sean Wilentz’s book,  360 Sound: The Columbia Records Story , is complementary, but not parallel. Sean’s book is the objective story, and mine, the subjective one. This groundbreaking eBook contains 90 second sound samples of all 263 tracks. Marsh chronicles the history of the label with 263 of the most important recordings over the past 125 years.  Steve Barnett conceived “a collection of the best, not necessarily the biggest.” Thus, some big hits are absent while many relative obscurities are present. Yet, we hope, the fundamental artistic achievement of Columbia as a company is represented in every area: classical, rock, jazz, blues, Broadway, country, dance, soul and R&B, gospel, spoken word.  Another restriction, this one more arbitrary, is that no performer has more than three selections. The goal in making those multiple selections is to express the artist’s development or, in the case of, say, Duke Ellington or Bob Dylan, the multiple facets of the artist’s work. There are ten performers who, for one reason or another, we felt needed three selections to accurately represent them. The emphasis is on performer—the main credited artistic presence in the music. There are at least four songs written by Dylan, his own three plus one by the Byrds, and Benny Goodman and Leonard Bernstein are represented five times each because of work in various collaborative projects.   Another choice was to use the range of music that Columbia purchased from other companies, including OKeh and the American Recording Company, up through the acquisition of ARC in 1939. Because the goal is historical, we didn’t divide the material by genre. Columbia was never a chamber music label or a pop vocalist label, or a country, disco, rap, Broadway, rock, blues, R&B, or swing company. It released all of these kinds of music (and a few more) as they presented themselves to be done. So we offer you Columbia in 1956, as the home of honky tonk (Johnny Horton, Ray Price), pop (Doris Day), jazz (Duke Ellington, Errol Garner), show tunes ( My Fair Lady ), orchestral (Isaac Stern with the Philadelphia Orchestra), and orchestral theatrical music ( Candide ), plus Guy Mitchell, whose “Singing the Blues” might be claimed as pop, rock, or country. There is no greater tribute to Columbia imaginable than the excellence within all these musical categories. One of the marvels of digitization is that you can easily program the collection to take you to all the jazz tracks or all the blues or show tunes, if that’s your preference. For musical omnivores, which is a category inclusive of everybody involved in creating the collection, it’s more fun to think of “Better Git It in Your Soul” and “Everything’s Coming Up Roses” being recorded just two weeks apart. However you choose to listen, we hope that  Legends and Legacy  adds to your appreciation of what treasures reside in Columbia’s archives, and adds to your appreciation of the historical story woven by  360 Sound.  If you have a tenth the fun I did in compiling it, you’ll rejoice in these riches and hit repeat when it’s over.   –Dave Marsh What's New in Version 1.0.1 – widget performance improvements

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Old-School Columbia Ski Gear Gets a Modern Update from One of America’s Coolest Stores

For 15 years now, the absurdly cool New York-based retailer Opening Ceremony has been working with some of the biggest brands in clothing, making subtle (and sometimes not so subtle) tweaks and additions to clothes from Pendleton, Levi’s, Timberland, Vans, Coach, and beyond. And on Thursday, the outdoor gear brand Columbia got added to that venerable list.

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Phish: 11/22/94 Jesse Auditorium- University of Missouri, Columbia, MO (Live) – Phish


Phish: 11/22/94 Jesse Auditorium- University of Missouri, Columbia, MO (Live)
Phish

Release Date:
August 19, 2016
Total Songs:
22

Genre:
Rock

Price:
$ 12.99

Copyright
℗ 1994-2016 Phish


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360 Sound: The Columbia Records Story – Dave Marsh

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360 Sound: The Columbia Records Story

Legends and Legacy

Dave Marsh

Genre: Music

Publish Date: October 1, 2012

Publisher: Columbia Records

Seller: TRAILER PARK INC.


Dave Marsh’s Legends and Legacy  represents a condensed history of Columbia Records at its best. Its relationship to Sean Wilentz’s book,  360 Sound: The Columbia Records Story , is complementary, but not parallel. Sean’s book is the objective story, and mine, the subjective one. This groundbreaking eBook contains 90 second sound samples of all 263 tracks. Marsh chronicles the history of the label with 263 of the most important recordings over the past 125 years.  Steve Barnett conceived “a collection of the best, not necessarily the biggest.” Thus, some big hits are absent while many relative obscurities are present. Yet, we hope, the fundamental artistic achievement of Columbia as a company is represented in every area: classical, rock, jazz, blues, Broadway, country, dance, soul and R&B, gospel, spoken word.  Another restriction, this one more arbitrary, is that no performer has more than three selections. The goal in making those multiple selections is to express the artist’s development or, in the case of, say, Duke Ellington or Bob Dylan, the multiple facets of the artist’s work. There are ten performers who, for one reason or another, we felt needed three selections to accurately represent them. The emphasis is on performer—the main credited artistic presence in the music. There are at least four songs written by Dylan, his own three plus one by the Byrds, and Benny Goodman and Leonard Bernstein are represented five times each because of work in various collaborative projects.   Another choice was to use the range of music that Columbia purchased from other companies, including OKeh and the American Recording Company, up through the acquisition of ARC in 1939. Because the goal is historical, we didn’t divide the material by genre. Columbia was never a chamber music label or a pop vocalist label, or a country, disco, rap, Broadway, rock, blues, R&B, or swing company. It released all of these kinds of music (and a few more) as they presented themselves to be done. So we offer you Columbia in 1956, as the home of honky tonk (Johnny Horton, Ray Price), pop (Doris Day), jazz (Duke Ellington, Errol Garner), show tunes ( My Fair Lady ), orchestral (Isaac Stern with the Philadelphia Orchestra), and orchestral theatrical music ( Candide ), plus Guy Mitchell, whose “Singing the Blues” might be claimed as pop, rock, or country. There is no greater tribute to Columbia imaginable than the excellence within all these musical categories. One of the marvels of digitization is that you can easily program the collection to take you to all the jazz tracks or all the blues or show tunes, if that’s your preference. For musical omnivores, which is a category inclusive of everybody involved in creating the collection, it’s more fun to think of “Better Git It in Your Soul” and “Everything’s Coming Up Roses” being recorded just two weeks apart. However you choose to listen, we hope that  Legends and Legacy  adds to your appreciation of what treasures reside in Columbia’s archives, and adds to your appreciation of the historical story woven by  360 Sound.  If you have a tenth the fun I did in compiling it, you’ll rejoice in these riches and hit repeat when it’s over.   –Dave Marsh What's New in Version 1.0.1 – widget performance improvements

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Music from the Film “Amadeus” – Frank Cohen, Richard Stoltzman, Jack Kulowitch, Dominique Visse, George Szell, Columbia Symphony Orchestra, Rudolf Vbrsky, The Philadelphia Orchestra, Christopher Millard, Marcel Moyse, Odile Bailleux, The Vienna Festival Orchestra, Lorin Maazel, Janine Reiss, David Singer, Bruno Walter, John Macurdy, Lili Kraus, Stephen Simon, Philippe Entremont, Abraham Skernick, Orchestra of The Paris Opera, Jean-Claude Malgoire, Marlboro Festival Winds, Robert Casadesus, John Serkin, Alexander Heller, E. Scott Brubaker, Members of the Cleveland Orchestra, José Van Dam, Ruggero Raimondi, Choeur Regional Nord-Pas-De-Calais, Meir Rimon, Eugene Ormandy, Martin Hill, La Grande Écurie et la Chambre du Roy, Robert Routch, Randall Wolfgang, Vienna Chamber Orchestra, Gaby Casadesus, Colette Alliot-Lugaz, Rafael Druian & Gregory Reinhart

Frank Cohen, Richard Stoltzman, Jack Kulowitch, Dominique Visse, George Szell, Columbia Symphony Orchestra, Rudolf Vbrsky, The Philadelphia Orchestra, Christopher Millard, Marcel Moyse, Odile Bailleux, The Vienna Festival Orchestra, Lorin Maazel, Janine Reiss, David Singer, Bruno Walter, John Macurdy, Lili Kraus, Stephen Simon, Philippe Entremont, Abraham Skernick, Orchestra of The Paris Opera, Jean-Claude Malgoire, Marlboro Festival Winds, Robert Casadesus, John Serkin, Alexander Heller, E. Scott Brubaker, Members of the Cleveland Orchestra, José Van Dam, Ruggero Raimondi, Choeur Regional Nord-Pas-De-Calais, Meir Rimon, Eugene Ormandy, Martin Hill, La Grande Écurie et la Chambre du Roy, Robert Routch, Randall Wolfgang, Vienna Chamber Orchestra, Gaby Casadesus, Colette Alliot-Lugaz, Rafael Druian & Gregory Reinhart - Music from the Film

Music from the Film "Amadeus"

Frank Cohen, Richard Stoltzman, Jack Kulowitch, Dominique Visse, George Szell, Columbia Symphony Orchestra, Rudolf Vbrsky, The Philadelphia Orchestra, Christopher Millard, Marcel Moyse, Odile Bailleux, The Vienna Festival Orchestra, Lorin Maazel, Janine Reiss, David Singer, Bruno Walter, John Macurdy, Lili Kraus, Stephen Simon, Philippe Entremont, Abraham Skernick, Orchestra of The Paris Opera, Jean-Claude Malgoire, Marlboro Festival Winds, Robert Casadesus, John Serkin, Alexander Heller, E. Scott Brubaker, Members of the Cleveland Orchestra, José Van Dam, Ruggero Raimondi, Choeur Regional Nord-Pas-De-Calais, Meir Rimon, Eugene Ormandy, Martin Hill, La Grande Écurie et la Chambre du Roy, Robert Routch, Randall Wolfgang, Vienna Chamber Orchestra, Gaby Casadesus, Colette Alliot-Lugaz, Rafael Druian & Gregory Reinhart

Genre: Classical

Price: $ 9.99

Release Date: December 18, 1990

© ℗ Originally released 1955, 1960, 1961, 1964, 1965 Sony Music Entertainment Inc., (P) 1977, 1979, 1986 Sony Music Entertainment Inc., (P) 1975 Marlboro Recording Society

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Roger Waters – Amused To Death (2015 reissue) – Columbia Records/Legacy Recordings

Reissue for Waters’ scathing attack on modern consumption. On his recent Desert Island Discs appearance, Noel Gallagher included a Pink Floyd track from The Wall,
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George Ezra – Somerset House – Sony Music, Columbia

George Ezra probably sent a few postcards on his European travels that helped him pen the album ‘Wanted on Voyage’.
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Stravinsky Conducts Le sacre du printemps (The Rite of Spring) – Columbia Symphony Orchestra & Igor Stravinsky

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Stravinsky Conducts Le sacre du printemps (The Rite of Spring)

Columbia Symphony Orchestra & Igor Stravinsky

Genre: Classical

Price: $ 9.99

Release Date: December 31, 1961

© ℗ Originally released 1962 SONY BMG MUSIC ENTERTAINMENT

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Gershwin: Rhapsody in Blue – Leonard Bernstein, New York Philharmonic & Columbia Symphony Orchestra

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Gershwin: Rhapsody in Blue

Leonard Bernstein, New York Philharmonic & Columbia Symphony Orchestra

Genre: Classical

Price: $ 12.99

Release Date: January 28, 2013

© ℗ Originally released 1959, 1961 Sony Music Entertainment

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Paul McCartney Delivers Show-Stopping Charleston Tribute In Columbia, South Carolina

Performing in South Carolina on Thursday night, Rock & Roll Hall of Famer Paul McCartney dedicated a song to the victims of the mass shooting in Charleston.

“We pray that people of all colors will be able to live together in peace and harmony,” the musical icon said before playing the 1970 Beatles classic, “The Long And Winding Road.”

Nine black churchgoers were killed in a racially-motivated shooting at the Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church on June 17. Dylann Roof, the 21-year-old suspected gunman, was captured the following day.

McCartney also honored the victims at the Firefly Music Festival in Delaware last week, and that video can be seen above.

Thursday’s performance was at the Colonial Life Arena in Columbia, the state’s capital, about 115 miles from the scene of the attack.

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Copland Conducts Copland (Expanded Edition) – Columbia Symphony Orchestra, Aaron Copland, London Symphony Orchestra & William Warfield

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Copland Conducts Copland (Expanded Edition)

Columbia Symphony Orchestra, Aaron Copland, London Symphony Orchestra & William Warfield

Genre: Classical

Price: $ 9.99

Release Date: September 30, 2003

© ℗ Originally released 1963, 1966, 1970, 1971 SONY BMG MUSIC ENTERTAINMENT

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The Complete Columbia Recordings: Miles Davis & John Coltrane – Miles Davis & John Coltrane

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The Complete Columbia Recordings: Miles Davis & John Coltrane

Miles Davis & John Coltrane

Genre: Jazz

Price: $ 39.99

Release Date: March 24, 2000

© ℗ Originally Recorded 1955, 1956, 1958, 1959, Originally Released 1956, 1957, 1958, 1959, 1961, 1964, 1973, 1975, 1979, 1982, 1988, (P) 2000 Sony Music Entertainment Inc.

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360 Sound: The Columbia Records Story – Dave Marsh

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360 Sound: The Columbia Records Story

Legends and Legacy

Dave Marsh

Genre: Music

Publish Date: October 1, 2012

Publisher: Columbia Records

Seller: TRAILER PARK INC.


Dave Marsh’s Legends and Legacy  represents a condensed history of Columbia Records at its best. Its relationship to Sean Wilentz’s book,  360 Sound: The Columbia Records Story , is complementary, but not parallel. Sean’s book is the objective story, and mine, the subjective one. This groundbreaking eBook contains 90 second sound samples of all 263 tracks. Marsh chronicles the history of the label with 263 of the most important recordings over the past 125 years.  Steve Barnett conceived “a collection of the best, not necessarily the biggest.” Thus, some big hits are absent while many relative obscurities are present. Yet, we hope, the fundamental artistic achievement of Columbia as a company is represented in every area: classical, rock, jazz, blues, Broadway, country, dance, soul and R&B, gospel, spoken word.  Another restriction, this one more arbitrary, is that no performer has more than three selections. The goal in making those multiple selections is to express the artist’s development or, in the case of, say, Duke Ellington or Bob Dylan, the multiple facets of the artist’s work. There are ten performers who, for one reason or another, we felt needed three selections to accurately represent them. The emphasis is on performer—the main credited artistic presence in the music. There are at least four songs written by Dylan, his own three plus one by the Byrds, and Benny Goodman and Leonard Bernstein are represented five times each because of work in various collaborative projects.   Another choice was to use the range of music that Columbia purchased from other companies, including OKeh and the American Recording Company, up through the acquisition of ARC in 1939. Because the goal is historical, we didn’t divide the material by genre. Columbia was never a chamber music label or a pop vocalist label, or a country, disco, rap, Broadway, rock, blues, R&B, or swing company. It released all of these kinds of music (and a few more) as they presented themselves to be done. So we offer you Columbia in 1956, as the home of honky tonk (Johnny Horton, Ray Price), pop (Doris Day), jazz (Duke Ellington, Errol Garner), show tunes ( My Fair Lady ), orchestral (Isaac Stern with the Philadelphia Orchestra), and orchestral theatrical music ( Candide ), plus Guy Mitchell, whose “Singing the Blues” might be claimed as pop, rock, or country. There is no greater tribute to Columbia imaginable than the excellence within all these musical categories. One of the marvels of digitization is that you can easily program the collection to take you to all the jazz tracks or all the blues or show tunes, if that’s your preference. For musical omnivores, which is a category inclusive of everybody involved in creating the collection, it’s more fun to think of “Better Git It in Your Soul” and “Everything’s Coming Up Roses” being recorded just two weeks apart. However you choose to listen, we hope that  Legends and Legacy  adds to your appreciation of what treasures reside in Columbia’s archives, and adds to your appreciation of the historical story woven by  360 Sound.  If you have a tenth the fun I did in compiling it, you’ll rejoice in these riches and hit repeat when it’s over.   –Dave Marsh What's New in Version 1.0.1 – widget performance improvements

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American Voices: Columbia Law School Allowing Students Distressed Over Garner, Brown To Delay Exams

The interim dean of Columbia Law School announced that students who reported being traumatized or disturbed by the American legal system after the non-indictments of officers Darren Wilson and Daniel Pantaleo will be permitted to delay their final exams.




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