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Fred Neil - Everybody's Talkin' (Theme From Midnight Cowboy) Album

Fred Neil - Everybody's Talkin' (Theme From Midnight Cowboy) Album
Performer:
Fred Neil
Album:
Everybody's Talkin' (Theme From Midnight Cowboy)
Style:
Rock & Roll, Folk
Released:
1969
Country:
US
Label:
Capitol Records
Catalog:
ST 294
FLAC size:
1679 mb
MP3 size:
1520 mb
WMA size:
2063 mb


Tracklist


1Green Rocky Road
Written-By – Fred Neil
3:35
2Faretheewell (Fred's Tune)
Written-By – Fred Neil
4:00
3Badi-da
Written-By – Fred Neil
3:35
4The Dolphins
Written-By – Fred Neil
3:51
5Sweet Cocaine
Written-By – Fred Neil
2:05
6Everything Happens
Written-By – Fred Neil
2:17
7That's The Bag I'm In
Written-By – Fred Neil
3:33
8I've Got A Secret (Didn't We Shake Sugaree)
Written-By – Elizabeth Cotten, Fred Neil
4:35
9Cynicrustpetefredjohn Raga
Written-By – Fred Neil
7:27
10Everybody's Talkin'
Written-By – Fred Neil
2:58


Versions


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
T 2665Fred Neil Fred Neil ‎(LP, Album, Mono)Capitol Records, Folk WorldT 2665US1966
ST 2665, ST-2665Fred Neil Fred Neil ‎(LP)Capitol Records, Capitol RecordsST 2665, ST-2665US1966
ST 294Fred Neil Everybody's Talkin' (Theme From Midnight Cowboy) ‎(LP, Album, RE, Ora)Capitol RecordsST 294USUnknown
T 2665Fred Neil Fred Neil ‎(LP, Album, RE, 180)Capitol RecordsT 2665US2008
CREV 021CDFred Neil Everybody's Talkin' Theme From 'Midnight Cowboy' ‎(CD, Album, RE)Rev-OlaCREV 021CDUK1993


Credits


  • Bass [Stand-up]James E. (Chops) Bond, Jr.
  • Bouzouki [Magic Bouzouki], Rhythm GuitarCyrus Faryar
  • Coordinator [Production]Norma Sharp
  • Cymbal [Crash Cymbals], Tambourine, Bass DrumBilly Mundi
  • EngineerJohn Kraus, Pete Abbott
  • Finger CymbalsRusty Faryar
  • Harmonica [Harp]Al Wilson
  • Lead Guitar [Acoustic], Rhythm Guitar [Acoustic and Electric]Peter (Super-fingers) Childs
  • Liner NotesJerry Hopkins
  • Photography By [Black & White]Jim Marshall
  • Photography By [Color]Edward Simpson
  • Producer, Effects [Lightning, Thunder]Nick Venet
  • Rhythm Guitar, Electric Guitar, Vocals [Mumbles], Finger Snaps, VocalsFred Neil
  • Twelve-String Guitar [Acoustic and Electric], Rhythm Guitar [Acoustic]John T. Forsha
  • Vocals [Sing-alongs]UFO & Friend


Notes


The original 1966 album was re-issued under the name of the song Nilsson covered and made famous in the Movie 'Midnight Cowboy'.


Barcodes


  • Matrix / Runout (Variant 1 Side A etched runout): ST1-294 H4 2
  • Matrix / Runout (Variant 1 Side B etched runout): ST-294 W3-2
  • Matrix / Runout (Variant 2 Side A etched runout): ST1 294 W4 2
  • Matrix / Runout (Variant 2 Side B etched runout): ST2 294 W3 #1
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A & B stamped runout): O


Companies


  • Manufactured By – Capitol Records, Inc.
  • Pressed By – Capitol Records Pressing Plant, Jacksonville


Album


Everybody's Talkin'. Written-By Fred Neil. I believe this is just a repackaged version of the original Fred Neil LP, with emphasis placed on the fact that the film Midnight Cowboy had been released with a version of Everybody's Talking on it. The Dolphins, another prominent track, was featured in the TV series The Sopranos at one point. Having said that, this is a fantastic album. Everybody's Talkin' is a song written and recorded by singer-songwriter Fred Neil in 1966 and released by himself two years later. A version of the song performed by Harry Nilsson became a hit in 1969, reaching No. 6 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart and winning a Grammy Award after it was featured in the film Midnight Cowboy. The song, which describes the singer's desire to retreat from other people to the ocean, is among the most famous works of both artists, and has been covered by many other. Текст песни: Everybodys talkin' at me I dont hear a word theyre sayin' Only the echoes of my mind People stoppin', starin'. Everybodys talkin' at me I dont hear a word theyre sayin' Only the echoes of my mind People stoppin', starin'. Everybodys talkin' at me I dont hear a word theyre sayin' Only the echoes of my mind People stoppin', starin' I cant see the faces Only the shadows of their eyes Im goin' where the sun keeps shinin' Through the pourin' rain Goin' where the weather suits my clothes Bankin' off of the northeast wind Sailin'. Artist: Neil, Fred Title: Everybody's Talkin' Theme From Midnight Cowboy Genre: Pop Type: New - LP Label: Capitol Catalog ID: ST 294 Country: USA Our ID: 70717. View other items by this Artist View other items on this Label. The Midnight Cowboy soundtrack is most famous for Nilsson's hit single cover of Fred Neil's Everybody's Talkin', present in both the familiar version and a shorter one that is substantially different, particularly in its use of harmonica which is not present at all on the single. Текст песни: Everybodys talkin' at me I dont hear a word theyre sayin' Only the echoes of my mind People stopping, starin'. On this page you can download song Acker Bilk - Everybody's Talkin' Theme From Midnight Cowboy in mp3 and listen online. Acker Bilk. Classic Themes. Yanni - Love Is All-Truth Is Forever. Watch the video for Everybody's Talkin' - From Midnight Cowboy from Harry Nilsson's Everybody's Talkin': The Very Best of Harry Nilsson for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. Bobby G from Boston, MaEverybody's Talkin' is not actually the theme from the film, Midnight Cowboy. Although it is the most memorable and popular song from the film, the film's actual title song is Midnight Cowboy Theme. It is a haunting instrumental written by prolific song writer John Barry who has done numerous soundtracks. You will recognize the song by the lonely, harmonica as the main voice instrument. It was written and performed by Fred Neil recorded on his album in 1966 before Harry Nilsson covered it in 1968. Chad from Orlando, FlThe words and melody to the verses in David Gray's Babylon sounds a lot like this


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I believe this is just a repackaged version of the original "Fred Neil" LP, with emphasis placed on the fact that the film Midnight Cowboy had been released with a version of Everybody's Talking on it.

The Dolphins, another prominent track, was featured in the TV series The Sopranos at one point.

Having said that, this is a fantastic album. The backbone is Fred Neil's deep baritone vocals, which lay like a thick slab of concrete.

There are hints of rock and roll music, 60's style, in this recording, even though the songs themselves seem to be rooted more in blues and folk territory. Aside from the title track and The Dolphins, the other standout is probably the rollicking blues number, That's The Bag I'm In, which has been covered by dozens if not hundreds of other artists subsequently.

There isn't a weak song on the album, however.

The closing number, a jam session titled as a "raga", actually reminds me of the Velvet Underground to some extent. I wonder if Lou Reed had ever heard Neil play in the coffeehouses and nightclubs of NYC.