Coronation Concert (LP, Album, Mono). Coronation Concert (LP, Album, Mono). Coronation Concert (LP).
Arranged By, Vocals, Guitar – Burl Ives. Written-By – Frank Loesser (tracks: B2). Notes.
In the summer of 1953, Burl Ives went over to England to perform as part of the Coronation Festival Series (timed to coincide with the coronation of Queen Elizabeth II) at Royal Festival Hall, London. His performance, which fell on Ives' 44th birthday, delighted British audiences who'd mostly heard him on records until that point.
His performance, which fell on Ives' 44th birthday, delighted British audiences who'd mostly heard him on records until that point. Ives knew how to work a crowd, and this one responded beautifully, to judge from the recording that Decca Records had made of the event, and the result was this LP, released by American Decca in 1956.
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Studio album by Burl Ives. Coronation Concert appears in the following lists: Music Genre: Folk.
Burl Icle Ivanhoe Ives (June 14, 1909 - April 14, 1995) was an American actor, writer and folk music singer. As an actor, Ives's work included comedies, dramas, and voice work in theater, television, and motion pictures. Music critic John Rockwell said, "Ives's voice. Coronation Concert Album.
This is a list of works by American folk singer Burl Ives. Okeh Presents the Wayfaring Stranger (1941, Okeh K-3, 4 records, 10 inch, 78 rpm). The Wayfaring Stranger (1944, Asch 345, 3 records, 10 inch, 78 rpm, reissued in 1947 as Stinson 345, 10 inch, 78 rpm). The Wayfaring Stranger (1944, Columbia C-103, 4 records, 10 inch, 78 rpm). BBC Presents The Martins and the Coys (1944, BBC World, 6 records, 12 inch, 78 rpm).
|A1||The Divil And The Farmer|
|A2||St. Johns River|
|A4||Lolly Too Dum|
|A5||How Now, Shepherd|
|A6||Cod Liver Oil|
|A8||A Bonnie Wee Lassie|
|B4||Big Rock Candy Mountain|
|B5||Frankie And Johnny|
|B6||Blue Tail Fly|
- Manufactured By – Decca Records, Inc.
- Copyright (c) – Decca Records, Inc.
- Recorded At – Royal Festival Hall
- Pressed By – Decca Records Pressing Plant, Gloversville
- Arranged By, Vocals, Guitar – Burl Ives
- Written-By – Frank Loesser (tracks: B2)
NotesBlack rainbow banner label. LP housed in a company catalog dust sleeve.
Printed in U.S.A.
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|DL 8080||Burl Ives||Coronation Concert (LP, Album)||Decca||DL 8080||US||1954|
|CP 31||Burl Ives||Coronation Concert (LP, Album, Mono)||Coral Records||CP 31||UK||1954|
|DL 8080||Burl Ives||Coronation Concert (LP, Album, Mono)||Decca||DL 8080||Canada||1954|
|DL 8080||Burl Ives||Coronation Concert (LP, Album, RP)||Decca||DL 8080||US||1958|
|LAT 8048||Burl Ives||Coronation Concert (LP)||Brunswick||LAT 8048||UK||1958|