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Eddie Albert, Joanne Gilbert - The Nina The Pinta And The Santa Maria download mp3

Eddie Albert, Joanne Gilbert - The Nina The Pinta And The Santa Maria download mp3
  • Performer: Eddie Albert
  • Title: The Nina The Pinta And The Santa Maria
  • Category: For kids
  • Country: US
  • Date of release: 1958
  • Music style: Story, Educational
  • Rating: 4.4
  • Votes 178
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Eddie Albert, Joanne Gilbert - The Nina The Pinta And The Santa Maria download mp3

Tracklist

The Nina, The Pinta And The Santa Maria
We Think The World Is Round
Sea Monster
Tell Me Pretty Star
Little Sea Horses
Land A-ho!
America

Versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
DLP 9009 Eddie Albert, Joanne Gilbert Eddie Albert, Joanne Gilbert - The Nina The Pinta And The Santa Maria ‎(LP, Mono, Gat) Dot Records DLP 9009 US 1958
DLP 29009 Eddie Albert, Joanne Gilbert Eddie Albert, Joanne Gilbert - The Nina The Pinta And The Santa Maria ‎(LP, Gat) Dot Records DLP 29009 US 1958
Comments: (1)
MisterMax
“The Nina The Pinta And The Santa Maria” is a rather obvious attempt by Dot Records to appeal to the growing market for Disney films and records in 1958. Toward that end, the label enlisted Ray Gilbert, co-writer of Disney’s Oscar-winning “Zip-a-dee-do-dah,” to compose the music and lyrics. Also on board for this production was Thurl Ravenscroft, whose distinctive basso voice was a staple of many Disney cartoons both at that time and later on.The story is a re-imagining of Columbus’ 1492 voyage to the Americas as told from the point of view of his three ships. The “personalities” assigned to each of the ships is straight out of the Disney playbook. “Nina” and “Pinta” are the two “kids”; basically well-behaved but just impish enough to get into the occasional mischief.” Their “dad” is Señor Santa Maria (voiced and sung by Ravenscroft); elderly, wise and longing to “discover a new land” before he reaches the end of his days. The somewhat tepid story is given added life by Eddie Albert, whose excellent narration provides a dramatic drive it would otherwise lack. Most of the record’s incidental music and songs have a jaunty “Zip-a-dee-do-dah” quality and are largely forgettable. The two musical highlights are “Sea Monster,” a dark little number with a slithery vocal turn from Albert and “Tell Me Pretty Star,” a hauntingly aching ballad sung by Gilbert’s daughter, Joanne. The latter song is deserving of a much wider audience than just the relative few who have heard this album. Unfortunately, however, this appears to be the only recording of it to date.
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