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Ferrante And Teicher - Soundproof - The Sound Of Tomorrow Today! album mp3


Tracklist

What Is This Thing Called Love?
El Cumbanchero
Greensleeves
Mississippi Boogie
Mermaid Waltz
Man From Mars
Baja
Breeze And I
Someone To Watch Over Me
African Echoes
Dark Eyes
Lover

Versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
WP 6014 Ferrante And Teicher* Soundproof - The Sound Of Tomorrow Today! ‎(LP, Album, Mono) Westminster WP 6014 US 1956
WP 6041 Ferrante & Teicher Soundblast - The Sound Of Tomorrow Today! ‎(LP, Album, Mono) Westminster WP 6041 US 1956
WP 6014 Ferrante And Teicher* Soundproof - The Sound Of Tomorrow Today! ‎(LP, Album, Mono, Var) Westminster WP 6014 US 1956


Ferrante And Teicher - Soundproof - The Sound Of Tomorrow Today! album mp3
Performer: Ferrante And Teicher
Genre: Jazz / Stage
Title: Soundproof - The Sound Of Tomorrow Today!
Country: US
Released: 1956
Style: Easy Listening, Space-Age
MP3 version ZIP size: 1463 mb
FLAC version RAR size: 1611 mb
Rating: 4.9
Votes: 513
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Opilar
One of their best albums as it had lots of strange instrumentation and some electronic echoes and such to make it seem spacey and different. Exploiting some new recording technics was one of the purposes of this album. It would have been better had they gone more experimental. Space age batchelor pad tunes of the 50's. Great cover art.
Qucid
Hi I discovered this website by searching for this album. I do not want to add more confusion, but my late father had this album. I remember that it definately had Greensleeves on it but my favourite track was called Telstar. This may be another release which was only in South Africa, it was mono and a very high quality reproduction for vinyl.Is there anyone who can provide me with more info? Thanks
Cktiell
I've updated all three LPs in this confusing mangle of releases.There were two LPs on Westminster Records called "Soundproof," one mono and one stereo. Each had the same cover art, but completely different contents. To add to the confusion, a mono version of the stereo "Soundproof" was released with different cover art and cat# under the title "Soundblast."
Reddefender
Is something completely wrong here? My copy of Soundproof by Ferrante and Teicher have none of the tracks listed here? Instead they are: A Peg-leg, Brazil, Poinciana, Mama yo quero, Orchids in the moonlight, Cumana, B Tico-Tico, Frenesi, Mexican hat dance, Siboney, Loose ends merengue, La cucaracha.Cover are totally the same as shown here but it is the stereo issue WST 15011.Anyone got a clue? I would say be shure what you buy!Best regards
Hbr
you have Soundblast by Ferrante & Teicher, I think they were companion lps, both contain completely different tracks. The covers are similar i.e. an imagined planet in space. My vinyl copy of Soundblast is WP6041.
Just_paw
i have the same track listing as you gerolsteiner, with the first as "peg-leg merengue", though a different catalogue number, wp 107, for a mono issue from 1961the cover is essentially the same, with a whitish strip across the top above the blue planet, with cat. no., ferrante and teicher, and the westminster hi-fi logothe back also credits associated recordings in dean st., london