Various - The Gold Record album flac
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|A1||–Nat "King" Cole*||Too Young
Written-By – Sid Lippman, Sylvia Dee
|A2||–Peggy Lee||Mañana (It's Soon Enough For Me)
Written-By – Dave Barbour, Peggy Lee
|A3||–Les Paul And Mary Ford*||Vaya Con Dios (May God Be With You)
Written-By – Pepper*, James*, Russell*
|A4||–Les Baxter, His Chorus And Orchestra||The Poor People Of Paris
Written-By – Marguerite Monnot
|A5||–Dean Martin||Memories Are Made Of This
Written-By – Miller*, Dehr*, Gilkyson*
|B1||–Tennessee Ernie Ford||Sixteen Tons
Written-By – Merle Travis
|B2||–Nelson Riddle And His Orchestra||Lisbon Antigua
Written-By – Vale*, Galhardo*, Portela*
|B3||–Sonny James||Young Love
Written-By – Carole Joyner, Ric Cartey
|B4||–Kay Starr||Wheel Of Fortune
Written-By – Bennie Benjamin, George Weiss*
|B5||–Pee Wee Hunt||Twelfth Street Rag
Written-By – Euday L. Bowman, James S. Sumner
|T-830, T830||Various||The Gold Record (LP, Comp, Mono)||Capitol Records, Capitol Records||T-830, T830||Canada||1958|
|T-830, T830||Various||The Gold Record (LP, Comp, Mono)||Capitol Records, Capitol Records||T-830, T830||Italy||1958|
|T-830||Various||The Gold Record (LP, Comp, Mono)||Capitol Records||T-830||US||1958|
|T-830, T830||Various||The Gold Record (LP, Comp, Mono)||Capitol Records, Capitol Records||T-830, T830||UK||1958|
|2LP-25, T-830||Various||Million Hits Record (The Gold Record) (LP, Comp, Mono)||Capitol Records, Capitol Records||2LP-25, T-830||Japan||1958|
Pistas Ocultar Créditos A1 –Nat "King" Cole Too Young Written-By – Sid Lippman, Sylvia Dee A2 –Peggy Lee Mañana (It's Soon Enough For Me) Written-By – Dave.
The first gold record for an LP was awarded by RCA Victor to Harry Belafonte in 1957 for the album Calypso (1956), the first album to sell over 1,000,000 copies in RCA's reckoning. At the industry level, in 1958 the Recording Industry Association of America introduced its gold record award program for records of any kind, albums or singles, which achieved one million dollars in retail sales. units for albums and two million for singles, with the gold certification redefined to mean sales of 500,000 units for albums and one million for singles. No album was certified platinum prior to this year. For instance, the recording by Van Cliburn of the Tchaikovsky Piano Concerto from 1958 would eventually be awarded a platinum citation, but this would not happen until two decades after its release.
Fabbricazione per l' Italia "LA VOCE DEL CONIPHONE"S. Matrix, Runout (A side label): T1-830. Matrix, Runout (B side label): T2-830. The Gold Record (LP, Comp, Mono).
The Gold Record (LP, Comp, Mono).
Surrounded by a warm glow, the record has the feeling of being part of some extended rock family, with 12 strong tracks that play as if band classics like "True Believers" and "Gone" were actually the basis for an entire album. The guys are all about going through life as a bunch of friends from Jersey - growing up but remaining forever young at heart
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Voyager Golden Record, Various. Etched on the record's gold-plated aluminum jacket is a diagram explaining where it came from and how to play it. The golden record was a gift from humanity to the cosmos. But it is also a gift to humanity.
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Pure Gold (various artists compilation album). Pure Gold is a compilation album that reached number 1 in the UK. It was released by EMI and is alternatively known as Pure Gold on EMI. It was the label's first excursion into the world of TV-advertised compilations which had exploded with the recent arrival of K-Tel, Ronco and Arcade in the UK, although they would not explore this area consistently until the EMTV series launched in 1976.