Poet/singer Rod McKuen's legendary 1969 birthday concert At Carnegie Hall features McKuen live at the storied venue performing his mix of spoken word and original songs. An icon of the '60s and '70s, McKuen carved out an idiosyncratic niche in the performance world as a kind of troubadour for the everyman.
Rod McKuen Overture Part 1. (4:10). At Carnegie Hall (2xLP, Album, RE, Ter). Seven Arts Records, Warner Bros.
New Carols for Christmas – The Rod McKuen Christmas Album (SR 5045). New Sounds in Folk Music (VE 1612). Back to Carnegie Hall (2WB 2732). Evening in Vienna, with Greta Keller (SR 5040). Grand Tour (2BR 1947). Rod McKuen Live in London (2SR 5016). Rod McKuen Live, Sold Out Carnegie Hall (WS 1794, WBC 1100B). Greatest hits and compilations. The Beat Generation (R2 70281).
Studio album by Rod McKuen. At Carnegie Hall appears in the following lists: Music Theme: Late Night. Music Theme: Reflection.
Rod McKuen - Overture 04:22. Rod McKuen - So Long, Stay Well 01:41. Rod McKuen - The Importance of the Rose 03:55. Rod McKuen - I've Been to Town 02:47. Rod McKuen - Everybody's Rich but Us 02:33. Rod McKuen - A Cat Named Sloopy 05:18. Rod McKuen - Bend Down and Touch Me 02:43. Rod McKuen - Joanna 02:01. Rod McKuen - The Things Men Do 03:40. Rod McKuen - Gee It's Nice to Be Alone 03:04.
Rod McKuen is an American poet, songwriter, composer, and singer.
Rod mckuen at carnegie hall recorded live sold out april 29,1969-2 lp-nm. Al hirt-live at carnegie hall-lp-nm-rca victor black-mono dynagroove-trumpet. Carnegie is an american band who was lost in a dust of time, not because they were bad, contrary they were pretty good but in the late '70's their music was no more something to talk about. Even this album Rock and roll symphony from 1977 sold more than 40. 00 copies, they never manage to make it big. The album sounds adventurous and is very pompous with great key passages, but as a whole something is missing. Form by the three brothers Seymour, all three trained on piano
|A1||Rod McKuen Overture (Part 1)||4:10|
|A2||So Long, Stay Well||1:35|
|A3||The Importance Of The Rose||3:47|
|A4||I've Been To Town||2:30|
|A5||Everybody's Rich But Us||2:00|
|A6||A Cat Named Sloopy||4:00|
|A7||Bend Down And Touch Me||2:40|
|B1||The Things Men Do||3:35|
|B2||Gee, It's Nice To Be Alone||2:50|
|B5||If You Go Away||4:00|
|B6||Seasons In The Sun||5:40|
|C1||Rod McKuen Overture (Part 2)||4:00|
|C3||Ally, Alley, Oxen Free||2:10|
|C4||I'll Catch The Sun||2:30|
|C5||Do It Yourself Protest Songs & Don't Ban The Bomb||2:55|
|C7||The Ivy That Clings To The Wall||3:45|
|C8||People On Their Birthdays||2:25|
|D1||Champion Charlie Brown||2:05|
|D2||Love's Been Good To Me||3:52|
|D3||The Art Of Catching Trains||4:40|
|D4||To Watch The Trains||3:00|
|D6||Play Off: The World I Used To Know, Happy Birthday||2:00|
NotesRod's Birthday Concert Recorded Live 8:30pm on April 29th 1969.Gatefold Album With Photo's & Information
|2WS 1794||Rod McKuen||At Carnegie Hall (2xLP, Album)||Warner Bros. - Seven Arts Records||2WS 1794||US||1969|
|2WS 1794||Rod McKuen||At Carnegie Hall (2xLP, Album)||Warner Bros. Records||2WS 1794||Australia||1969|
|1794, 2WS 1794||Rod McKuen||At Carnegie Hall (2xLP, Album, Gat)||Warner Bros. Records, Warner Bros. Records||1794, 2WS 1794||Canada||1969|
|1794, 2WS 1794||Rod McKuen||At Carnegie Hall (2xLP, Album, RE, Ter)||Warner Bros. - Seven Arts Records, Warner Bros. Records||1794, 2WS 1794||US||Unknown|
|1794, 2WS 1794||Rod McKuen||At Carnegie Hall (2xLP, Album, RE)||Warner Bros. - Seven Arts Records, Stanyan Records, Warner Bros. Records||1794, 2WS 1794||US||Unknown|