Performer: Tom Lehrer
Title: Tom Lehrer Revisited (Recorded During Concert Performances In The United States And Australia)
Style: Comedy, Folk
Category: Audio recs / Pop / Folk music
Album rating: 4.8
Size MP3: 1433 mb
Size FLAC: 1721 mb
Size WMA: 1657 mb
Other formats: VOX APE AHX AAC WAV MIDI DTS
Tom Lehrer was born in 1928 to a secular Jewish family and grew up in New York City 's Upper East Side. Lehrer embarked on a series of concert tours and recorded a second album in 1959. He released the second album in two versions: the songs were the same, but More of Tom Lehrer was a studio recording and An Evening Wasted with Tom Lehrer was recorded live in concert. Lehrer had a breakthrough in the United Kingdom on 4 December 1957, when the University of London awarded a doctor of music degree honoris causa to Princess Margaret, and the public orator, Professor J. R. Sutherland, said it was "in the full knowledge that the Princess is a connoisseur of music and a performer of skill and distinction, her taste being catholic, ranging.
This current ' The Tom Lehrer Collection' was recorded in venues such as The Hungry Eye in San Francisco or a small auditorium in Massachusetts where his audiences would have been seen as 'left of centre. What a pity it took so long for Americans to appreciate this great song rist in his own country. 6 people found this helpful.
Songs by Tom Lehrer is the debut album of musical satirist Tom Lehrer, released in 1953 on his own label, Lehrer Records. In 2004 it was included into the National Recording Registry.
Tom Lehrer is considered one of the most influential figures in comedy - despite a body of work consisting of just 37 pitch-black songs and a career that stopped abruptly when the counterculture he helped spawn eclipsed him. You can ask him why he quit, but good luck getting an answer. That’s where he first encountered Tom Lehrer, whose music was a staple and who was, in the reckoning of the show’s eponymous host, the greatest musical satirist ever recorded. Morris had been assigned a first-person interview on the subject of censorship, and Lehrer seemed obvious. During his golden decade, he appeared on The Tonight Show twice, drew a denunciation in Time magazine, and by the early 1960s, seemed poised for a lasting place on an American cultural scene that itself was undergoing a radical upheaval. Then Lehrer simply stopped performing. His entire body of work topped out at 37 songs.
Features Song Lyrics for Tom Lehrer's Tom Lehrer Revisited album. Tom Lehrer - Tom Lehrer Revisited Album Lyrics. 1. The Wiener Schnitzel Waltz Lyrics.
Watch the video for The Hunting Song from Tom Lehrer's Songs & More Songs by Tom Lehrer for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. Introduction, only on live album „Tom Lehrer revisited, spoken:) Almost every day during the hunting season you see at least one item in th. iew full lyrics. The Wiener Schnitzel Waltz.
Songs & More Songs by Tom Lehrer is a reissue of musical satirist Tom Lehrer's two studio albums (Songs by Tom Lehrer and More of Tom Lehrer), combined with other studio sessions and a newly recorded version of "I Got It From Agnes". Agnes" was a song from Lehrer's early live repertoire which he "polished up" for the Cameron Mackintosh-produced musical revue Tom Foolery in 1981, but which Lehrer himself never professionally recorded until 1996
Revisited is a 1960 album by Tom Lehrer, consisting of live recordings of all the songs from 1953's Songs by Tom Lehrer. The CD reissue of the album contains two additional tracks that Lehrer wrote and performed for the PBS television show The Electric Company (and produced and conducted by Joe Raposo). Introduction" – 3:27. com/Revisited (Tom Lehrer album). Revisited (Donavon Frankenreiter album). Revisited is an album by Donavon Frankenreiter, and was released on June 22, 2010. It Don't Matter" - 2:49 (Frankenreiter).
A description of tropes appearing in Tom Lehrer. Thomas Andrew Lehrer (born April 9, 1928) is an American satirist who managed to achieve remarkable popularity and impact on popular culture, despite having produced only three albums' worth of material in the 1950s and '60s before retiring to a life in academia as a mathematician. Lehrer's pieces often take the form of witty parodies of various popular song forms.