Don McLean - Dreidel / Vincent download flac
Donald "Don" McLean (born October 2, 1945) is an American singer-songwriter. He is most famous for the 1971 album American Pie, containing the songs "American Pie" and "Vincent".
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Don McLean is an album by American singer-songwriter Don McLean, released in 1972, peaking at number 23 on the Billboard 200 chart. It was reissued by BGO Records in 1996. The photo on the cover of the album was taken overlooking the Village of Cold Spring, NY. All tracks composed by Don McLean, except where indicated. Bronco Bill's Lament" - 3:36. Oh, My What a Shame" - 3:30. The More You Pay (The More It's Worth)" - 2:51.
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Producer – Ed Freeman. Written-By – D. McLean. Other Versions (5 of 17) View All. Cat. Dreidel (7", Single, Promo). United Artists Records. Dreidel (7", Single).
Solo is a Don McLean double live album. It was recorded live in Manchester, Bristol, London and Oxford, England. All tracks composed by Don McLean except where indicated. Side One. "Magdalene Lane". Masters of War" (Bob Dylan). Where Were You, Baby?" (Josh White). Geordie's Lost His Penker" (arr. & adapted by Don McLean). Side Two. "And I Love You So". "Mactavish Is Dead" (arr.
Band Name Don McLean. 2. Bronco Bill's Lament. Other productions from Don McLean.
Solo (Don McLean album). Live album by Don McLean. October 1976 (1976-10). Don McLean - acoustic guitar, banjo, vocals. Greg Calbi - mastering. Jesse Henderson - engineer. Vic Maile - engineer. Gil Markle - engineer. John Peters - mixing.
Don McLean has seen Vincents paintings and has seen what Vincent was trying to show/say with them. Don McLean is trying to tell us (the listeners) that no one would listen to what Vincent was trying to say, and that people didn't realise the true meaning of Vincents paintings, People thought of him as odd. Don McLean's greatest point is that we as a society should become more accepting. Throughout the song Don McLean uses positive connotation and then straight after uses negative connotation. This is to show how even on the happiest of days, Vincent felt sadness and sorrow. In the poem Don McLean uses the pronoun 'they' at the beginning there are a number of different possibilities of what is meant by they; society, Vincent's family, Vincent's troubles, Vincent's 'demons'. But by the end we can tell that the 'they' is society.
Don Mclean – Dreidel tab. Hello again. so someone (me) had to do the work. E E7 E E7 I feel like a spinning top or a Dreidel. E E7 E E7 The spinning don't stop when you leave the cradle E E7 E E7 You just slow down. E E7 E E7 Round and around this world you go E E7 E E7 Spinning through the lives of the people you know E E7 E E7 We all slow down.
- Manufactured By – Capitol Records, Inc.
- Record Company – Capitol Industries-EMI, Inc.
- Published By – Yahweh Tunes, Inc.
- Producer – Ed Freeman
- Written-By – D. McLean*
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Side A Label): UAST-11102
- Matrix / Runout (Side B Label): UAST-7888
- Rights Society: BMI
|51100||Don McLean||Dreidel (7")||United Artists Records||51100||US||1972|
|CP 171 (HS 904)||Don McLean||Dreidel (7", Single, Promo)||United Artists Records, Hispavox||CP 171 (HS 904)||Spain||1973|
|XW-519-X||Don McLean||Dreidel / Vincent (7")||United Artists Records||XW-519-X||US||Unknown|
|UP 35481||Don McLean||Dreidel (7", Single, Promo)||United Artists Records||UP 35481||UK||1972|
|UAK-4979||Don McLean||Dreidel (7", Single)||United Artists Records||UAK-4979||Australia||1973|