smashleysparklessmashleysparkles
» » The Three D's - Songs Of Our American Heritage

The Three D's - Songs Of Our American Heritage album mp3


Tracklist

Buffalo Gals
Aura Lee
The Erie Canal
Red River Valley
Stephen Foster Medley
Home on the Range
Yankee Doodle
Across the Wide Missouri (Oh Shenandoah)
Dixie
Tenting Tonight
Battle Hymn of the Republic

Versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
SC 107 The Three D's Songs Of Our American Heritage ‎(LP, Album) Continental Record Co., Inc. SC 107 1970
SC 107 The Three D's Songs Of Our American Heritage ‎(LP, RE) Covenant Recordings SC 107 US 1978
CS-103 / SC103 The Three D's Songs Of Our American Heritage ‎(LP) Continental Record Co. CS-103 / SC103 US Unknown
The Three D's  - Songs Of Our American Heritage album mp3
Performer: The Three D's
Genre: Folk, Country
Title: Songs Of Our American Heritage
Released: 1970
MP3 version ZIP size: 1593 mb
FLAC version RAR size: 1881 mb
Rating: 4.6
Votes: 254
Other Formats: AU APE ADX AAC WAV MP1 WAV

Jaberini
Lp dates from probably 1968--CS 103 original version with the B&W cover photo. Continental C-102 was SONGS FOR L.D.S. CHILDREN, the yellow cover with kids' photo original copy, mono only release, which dated about December, 1965. Continental Records was a private press BYU imprint manufactured by Century Records/Keysor Plastics, from Saugus, California. I THINK this Lp was supposed to be their third album for Capitol Records. At the time they were touring college campuses, per Billboard magazine. The album has been reissued with later (higher) release numbers, also showing Continental Records, with a more generic cover art. Lp was available in both mono and stereo versions--true stereo recording. I think this is their best album. Decent vocals, but the instrumentals are a little basic and bare. Apparently Capitol didn't bring in "ringers" (extra studio musicians, excepting to add a drum kit on the second Capitol Lp) on the two Capitol Lps, and this album follows the same very basic sound formula.
POFOD
Local copy from 1968 has a b&w photograph with the three singers, also a previous release number. True stereo. I think this album was supposed to be a third album for Capitol which was never released.The most satisfying Three D's album from the 1960s.I put a date on this album, originally released on vinyl Lp on Continental Records, between May, 1965 and August, 1968, as C-103 mono/CS-103 stereo; Continental Records (Provo, Utah) C-101 as by Crawford Gates, BELOVED MORMON HYMNS, dates December, 1964, and C-102, THE THREE D'S SING SONGS FOR L.D.S. CHILDREN dates not later than 12/22/1965. The Lp dates after their second Capitol Lp, I WON'T BE WORRIED LONG, Capitol T/ST 2314. The original Lp features a B&W photo of the Three D's that seems to be an outtake from the photo session of that 1965 Capitol album, as well as "The Three D's appear here through the courtesy of Capitol Records" (original Lp liner notes). The original Lp was available in true stereo.Three D's Discography (ongoing project) on vinyl Lp:...SING MORMON FOLK BALLADS, Century Records V-17451 mono. The Lp dates into 1963, recorded in Provo, Utah. In the early '60s, it was racked for resale in Utah ZCMI department store chain.NEW DIMENSIONS IN FOLK SONGS, Capitol T 2171 mono/ST 2171 stereo. Their Capitol debut Lp from August, 1964. The Lp (repackaged as RHYME, RHYTHM & REASON on Continental in 1968-ish, and available since 2011 as an MP3 digital album) reworks poetry with folk music, produced by Dave Axelrod.I WON'T BE WORRIED LONG, Capitol T 2314 mono/ST 2314 stereo. Their second Capitol Lp, from May, 1965. The pop folk, like the Kingston Trio, New Christy Minstrels, Serendipity Singers, and Brothers Four acts, were in serious decline at this time, and Capitol played the album safe, recording a series of cover songs, the Kingston Trio's "Worried Man," Peter Paul & Mary's "All My Trials," and a blues classic, "C.C. Rider" with sound augmented by drummer Earl Palmer. I think (???) that this album may have been repackaged as THE THREE D'S DO THE NOW SOUND Lp, most likely on Continental Records private pressing....SING SONGS FOR LDS CHILDREN AND THEIR PARENTS, TOO, Continental C-102/CS-102 (reissue in "compatible stereo" as SC-106). This set dates about December, 1965. It's a cute little album. Earliest version of the Lp features a yellow cover border with the 3 D's in a room full of children; the Lp was given a purple cover slick and sold as late as 1978+, pictured on the back of Janeen Brady's SONGS FOR A MORMON CHILD Lp on Covenant Records....MORMON EPOCH. A 3 Lp set, also dates from a little before December, 1969. Songs and narration. In 1970, the 3-Lp set sold for $12.95. The other albums were $4.95 list