Songs and music
Gordon Skene; Lou Costello; Bud Abbott; John Fogerty; Mickey Mantle; Teresa Brewer; Danny Kaye; Count Basie; Taps Miller; Terry Cashman; Bob Dylan; Dan Dailey; Les Brown; Betty Bonney; Nat King Cole; Mabel Scott; Dave Frishberg; Steve Goodman; Wynona Carr; DeWolf Hopper; Babe Ruth; Lou Gehrig; Ralph Kiner; Bob Hope; Bing Crosby; Dorothy Lamour; Shout! Factory (Firm); Harry Simeone Songsters.; Peter, Paul and Mary (Musical group); Andrews Sisters.; Treniers (Musical group)
|注記：||Statement of responsibility from book.
Descriptive notes (56 p. : ill. : ports.) enclosed.
|形態||4 sound discs : digital ; 4 3/4 in. + 1 book (49 p.)|
|コンテンツ：||disc 1: The music. It's a beautiful day for a ball game (The Harry Simeone Songsters) --
Centerfield (John Fogerty) --
I love Mickey (Mickey Mantle and Teresa Brewer) --
D-O-D-G-E-R-S song (Oh really? No, O'Malley) (Danny Kaye) --
Did you see Jackie Robinson hit that ball? (Count Basie and His Orchestra feat. Taps Miller) --
Talkin' baseball (Willie, Mickey and "The Duke) (Terry Cashman) --
Catfish (Bob Dylan) --
Take me out to the ball game (The Andrews Sisters feat. Dan Dailey) --
"Joltin'" Joe DiMaggio (Les Brown and His Orchestra feat. Betty Bonney) --
Baseball boogie (Mabel Scott) --
The first baseball game (Nat King Cole) --
Right field (Peter, Paul & Mary) --
Say hey (The Willie Mays song) (The Treniers) --
Van Lingle Mungo (Dave Frishberg) --
A dying Cub fan's last request (Steve Goodman) --
The ball game (Sister Wynona Carr). disc 2: The games. Yankees win fourth straight World Series (1939) --
"The shot heard round the world" (1951) --
Willie Mays robs Vic Wertz with "The Catch" (1954) --
Don Larsen pitches perfect game in World Series (1956) --
Ted Williams homers in final career at bat (1960) --
Bill Mazeroski's World Series-winning home run (1960) --
Roger Maris breaks single season home run record (1961) --
The Amazin' Mets win the 1969 World Series (1969) --
Hank Aaron breaks career home run record (1974) --
Bucky Dent homers to win AL East title (1978) --
Bill Buckner's error continues Red Sox curse (1986) --
Kirk Gibson homers to win Game 1 of the World Series (1988) --
Nolan Ryan hurls seventh no-hitter (1991) --
Cal Ripken, Jr. breaks consecutive games played record --
Mark McGwire's 62nd home run breaks Maris' record (1998) --
Barry Bonds breaks McGwire's record with 71st home run (2001) --
Red Sox win World Series and break 86-year-old curse (2004). disc 3: The players. Cy Young remembers perfect game (1904) --
Ty Cobb talks about his career (1906-1918) --
Babe Ruth talks about his goals in baseball (1934) --
Lou Gehrig announces retirement at Yankee Stadium (1939) --
Ted Williams talks about his love of baseball (1946) --
Babe Ruth gives farewell address at Yankee Stadium (1947) --
Jackie Robinson on being first African-American player (1948) --
"Joltin'" Joe DiMaggio announces retirement (1951) --
NY Giants and Brooklyn Dodgers move to West Coast (1957) --
Hank Aaron on pressure of chasing Ruth's home run record (1974) --
Pete Rose addresses gambling accusations (1989) --
Cal Ripken, Jr. on consecutive-games-played streak (1995) --
Barry Bonds talks about 700th career home run (2004) --
Red Sox manager Terry Francona on winning the World Series (2004). disc 4: The rest. Casey at the bat (DeWolf Hopper, 1909) --
Babe and Lou, the home run twins (Babe Ruth and Lou Gehrig, 1928) --
Babe Ruth answers questions from his young fans (1941) --
"Two Top Gruskin": Duffy's Tavern radio program (1947) --
Ralph Kiner Wheaties ad, with Bob Hope, Bing Crosby and Dorothy Lamour (1950) --
Who's on first (Abbott and Costello) --
Joe DiMaggio marries Marilyn Monroe (1954) --
Brooklyn Dodgers' GM Branch Rickey on baseball's future and expansion (1957) --
Remembrances of Ebbets Field and the Brooklyn Dodgers before the stadium is torn down (1961) --
Tommy Lasorda is bleeping mad after Dave Kingman hits three home runs against Dodgers (1976).
|他のタイトル：||It's a beautiful day for a ball game.
I love Mickey.
D-O-D-G-E-R-S song (Oh really? No, O'Malley)
Did you see Jackie Robinson hit that ball?
Take me out to the ball game.
"Joltin'" Joe DiMaggio.
First baseball game.
Van Lingle Mungo.
Dying Cub fan's last request.
Casey at the bat.
Babe and Lou, the home run twins.
Who's on first.
|責任者：||[compilation produced by the Shout! Factory All-Stars with Gordon Skene].|