Chicago Cubs And Fabulous Bleacher Bums - Cub Power album flac
Title: Cub Power
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Fabulous Bleacher Bums Discography Tracks. 1 submission pending. Chicago Cubs And Fabulous Bleacher Bums - Cub Power (LP).
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bleacher bums, bleacher bums play Bleacher Bums is a 1977 play written collaboratively by members of Chicago's Organic Theater Company, from an idea by actor Joe Mantegna Its original Chicago production was directed by Stuart Gordon A 1979 performance of the play was taped for PBS television, and in 2002 a made-for-TV movie adaptation was produced. Bleacher Bums takes place in the bleachers of Chicago's Wrigley Field The characters are a bunch of Chicago Cubs fans, watching a game in progress on a summer afternoon Most of them have been gathering here for some time and know each other; even if they might not necessarily like or tolerate each other Beer is being drunk, hot dogs are being. eaten, and friendly wagers start to take on increasing importance.
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John Frigo (Composer), Bleacher Bum Eight (Performer) Format: Vinyl. Recorded Live at Wrigley Field, home of The Chicago Cubs, July, 1969.
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|A1||–Jack Brickhouse And Ernie Banks And Randy Hundley And Ron Santo||Introduction||2:25|
|A2||–The Entire Cub Team||Take Me Out To The Ball Game||1:07|
|A3||–Dick Selma and The Fabulous Bleacher Bums||Cheers: Here We Go Cubbies; The Whole World is Watching; National Anthem; It's a Beautiful Day for a Ballgame; Alla Bevo; Glory, Glory; Let's Go; Charge; Two Bits, Four Bits; We've Got The National League Pennant In Our Hands||8:02|
|A4||–Lou Boubreau And Ron Santo And Phil Regan And Jim Hickman And Glenn Beckert And Don Kessinger And Fergie Jenkins And Ken Abernathy And Billy Williams And Hank Aguire And Paul Popovitch||Salute To The Fans||4:26|
|B1||–Nate Oliver And Willie Smith And Gene||Hey, Hey, Holy Mackerel||2:00|
|B2||–Bleacher Bum Eight||Take Me Out To The Ballgame||2:22|
|B3||–Willie Smith And Nate Oliver||Pennant Feeling||3:47|
|B4||–Nate Oliver And Willie Smith And Gene||Baseball, Baseball||3:16|
|B5||–Bleacher Bum Eight||Hey, Hey, Holy Mackeral||1:59|
- Arranged By, Conductor – John Frigo
Notes- Recorded "Live" at Wrigley Field, Home of the Chicago Cubs, July, 1969
- Recorded "Live" at Ter Mar Studios, Chicago, July, 1969
- Produced by: Peter H. Wright and Jack Childers for Quill Records, Inc. in conjunction with SALES MERCHANDIZING INC. and the CHICAGO CUBS ball players.
- Recording Engineers: Jack Fisher, Stu Black and Ron Malo
- Editing & Production: Ron Malo
- Special Material: Daniel S. Markus
- Album Cover Design and photograph of baseball: Jerry Griffith
- Photography: Cub photographs, courtesy of Barney Sterling - Official Cub Photographer
- Arranged & Conducted by: John Frigo
- Bleacher Bum Eight: Ken Soderblom, clarinet -- Cy Touff, trumpet --Bobby Lewis, trumpet -- Ron Steele, banjo, guitar -- Floyd Morris, piano -- Rick Frigo, drums -- John Frigo, bass.