The Terrytowne Players - The Legend Of Davy Crockett download mp3 album
TIL-498, TIL 498. The Terrytowne Players. The Legend Of Davy Crockett (LP, Album). Til Records, Til Records.
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The Ballad of Davy Crockett" is a song with music by George Bruns and lyrics by Thomas W. Blackburn. It was introduced on ABC's television series Disneyland, in the premiere episode of October 27, 1954. Fess Parker is shown performing the song on a log cabin set in frontiersman clothes, accompanied by similarly attired musicians. The song would later be heard throughout the Disneyland television miniseries Davy Crockett, first telecast on December 15, 1954
David "Davy" Crockett was a legendary frontiersman. He served as a Congressman then headed to Texas where he fought to defend the Alamo. Davy Crockett was an important politician and an extremely skilled hunter and outdoorsman, but his lasting glory came with his death at the Battle of the Alamo. His martyrdom for the cause of Texas' independence gave the rebel movement momentum when it needed it the most. The story of his heroic death, fighting for freedom against insurmountable odds, made its way east and inspired Texans as well as men from the United States to come and continue the fight. The fact that such a famous man gave his life for Texas was great publicity for the Texans' cause
Fought single-handed through the Injun War till the Creeks was whipped an' peace was in store An' while he was handlin' this risky chore made hisself a legend forevermore Davy, Davy Crockett, king of the wild frontier! He went off to Congress an' served a spell fixin' up the Govern'ment an' laws as well Took over Washin'ton so I heered tell an' patched up the crack in the Liberty Bell Davy, Davy Crockett, seein' his duty clear! When he come home his politickin' was done an' the western march had just begun So he packed his gear an&apo. The song was introduced on the television miniseries Davy Crockett, first telecast on December 15, 1954, on ABC's Disneyland. Fess Parker played the role of Davy Crockett and continued in four other episodes made by Walt Disney Studios. It was sung by The Wellingtons. Buddy Ebsen co-starred as George "Georgie" Russel, and Jeff York played legendary boatman Mike Fink.
Yet Davy's biggest challenge lies not with giant bears or the Cajun Assassin hunting him, but within. He must come to terms with a tragic past as he struggles to live up to the legend others believe him to be. The Legend of Davy Crockett is not a western anymore than Sherlock Holmes is a historical drama. This Davy Crockett is an adventure film in the vein of Indiana Jones and Pirates of the Caribbean, blending magic, myth and the real Davy Crockett; a man struggling to overcome great personal tragedy.
|A||The Adventure - Part Ⅰ|
|B||The Adventure - Part Ⅱ|
- Record Company – TiL Records Inc.
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – TiL Records Inc.
- Copyright (c) – TiL Records Inc.
- Producer – Bob D'Orleans
- Script By – Scott Herbert
Notes"A Dramatization with Music & Effects Written by Scott Herbert Produced by Bob d'Orleans"
©1977 TIL Records, Inc. (On center labels)
©1977 TIL Records, Inc. ℗ (On back cover)
Printed in USA
On The back cover:
Side "A" - Part Ⅰ. The Adventure
Side "B" - Part Ⅱ. The Adventure
Catalog number TIL-498 is on the front cover.
Catalog number TIL 498 is on the center labels.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (A side run-out etched): TIL-498A-2 49-4 9-77 T
- Matrix / Runout (A side run-out stamped): 1 B
- Matrix / Runout (B side run-out etched): TIL-498B
- Matrix / Runout (B side run-out stamped): 1 A
|TIL 498||The Terrytowne Players||The Legend Of Davy Crockett (LP, Album)||Til Records||TIL 498||US||1977|