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Neil Diamond - Jonathan Livingston Seagull (Original Motion Picture Sound Track) Album
Rock / TV, Media
Performer: Neil Diamond
Title: Jonathan Livingston Seagull (Original Motion Picture Sound Track)
Style: Soundtrack, Pop Rock
Year 1973
Country Portugal
Label CBS
Catalog Number 69047
Genre: Rock / TV, Media
Rating: 4.5
Votes: 659
MP3 size: 2469 mb
FLAC size: 2547 mb
WMA size: 1834 mb
Record From: Vinyl, LP, Album, Picture Sleeve

Neil Diamond - Jonathan Livingston Seagull (Original Motion Picture Sound Track) Album

Tracklist

1Dear Father5:50
2Flight Of The Gull2:23
3 The Odyssey 9:28
4Dear Father1:14
5Be1:06
6Dear Father5:12
7Anthem3:03
8Lonely Looking Sky2:32
9Prologue3:19
10Be3:26
11Skybird1:12
12Skybird2:18
13Be6:28
14The Odyssey(9:28)
15Lonely Looking Sky3:12

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
KS 32550Neil Diamond Jonathan Livingston Seagull (Original Motion Picture Sound Track) ‎(LP, Album, Ter)ColumbiaKS 32550US1973
CI 69047, S 69047Neil Diamond Jonathan Livingston Seagull (Original Motion Picture Sound Track) ‎(LP, Album)CBS, CBSCI 69047, S 69047Italy1973
CS-10.161Neil Diamond Jonathan Livingston Seagull (Original Motion Picture Sound Track) ‎(LP, Album, Gat)CBSCS-10.161Venezuela1973
JST 32550Neil Diamond Jonathan Livingston Seagull (Original Motion Picture Sound Track) ‎(Cass, Album, RE)ColumbiaJST 32550US1981
JS 32550Neil Diamond Jonathan Livingston Seagull (Original Motion Picture Sound Track) ‎(LP, Pit)ColumbiaJS 32550US1981

Credits

  • Adapted By [For Orchestra], ConductorLee Holdridge
  • Art DirectionDavid Larkham, Ed Caraeff, Michael Ross
  • Art Direction [Executive Art Director]Ron Coro
  • Design [Package Design]David Larkham, Michael Ross
  • EngineerArmin Steiner
  • Leader [Bob Mitchell's Singing Boys]Bob Mitchell
  • Lyrics By, Music ByNeil Diamond
  • Mixed By [Orchestra]"Doc" Siegel
  • Performer [Musician]Abe Luboff, Allan Harshman, Andra Willis, Arnold Belnick, Arthur Maebe, Arthur C. Smith, Arthur Hoberman, Assa Drori, Bernhard Kundell, William B. Peterson, Caesar Giovannini, Carl LaMagna, Chase Craig, Claire Hodgkins, Clark E. Spangler, David B. Roberts, David Cohen, David A. Duke, David Schwartz, Diana Lee, Dixie Blackstone, Donald Christlieb, Emory L. Gordy, Jr., Gary L. Coleman, Gayle Levant, Gene Cipriano, Gene P. Estes, George Kast, Gordon Schoneberg, Hal Blaine, Harris Goldman, Harry Bluestone, Harry Hyans, Henry Ferber, Henry Sigismondi, Hoyt Bohannon, Hugo Raimondi, Ida Sue McCune, Isabelle Dashkoff, Israel Baker, Jack Marsh, Jackie Ward, Jacob Krachmalnick, James Getzoff, Jerome A. Kessler, Jesse Ehrlich, Joseph Mondragon, Joe Osborn, John De Voogdt, John Ellis , Johnny Rotella, Joseph Di Tullio, Joseph Reilich, Jules Jacob, Julian Spear, Larry E. Carlton, Lee Holdridge, Leonard Malarsky, Lew McCreary, Lou Klass, Louis Singer, Louis Kievman, Luella Howard, Marilyn H. Baker, Marvin Limonick, Michael S. Omartian, Michael Lang, Milton E. Nadel, Myer Bello, Nathan Ross, Norman Forrest, Owen Wilson Brady, Paul Beaver, Paulo Alencar, Pearl Kaufman, Peter A. Mercurio, Phil Azelton, Philip Goldberg, Ralph E. Grierson, Ralph Schaeffer, Raphael Kramer, Raymond J. Kelley, Ray Siegel, Richard Bennett, Richard S. Kaufman, Robert Dubow, Robert Konrad, Robert Ostrowsky, Robert K. Stone, Rollice Dale, Ronald P. Folsom, Sally Stevens, Samuel Boghossian, Selene Hurford, Sheldon Sanov, Sidney Sharp, Stan Sheldone, Sven Reher, Thomas N. Shepard, Tibor Zelig, Thomas R. Hensley, John T. Johnson, Anthony Terran, Victor S. Feldman, Vincent N. DeRosa, Wilbert Nuttycombe, William Criss, William Henderson , William Kurasch, Yukiko Kanei
  • Photography – Ed Caraeff
  • Photography [Inside Cover Portrait Photo] – Tom Burke
  • Producer, Directed By [Musical Director]Tom Catalano
  • Recorded By [Orchestra]Andy Macdonald , Bill Gernand
  • VocalsBob Mitchell's Singing Boys, Bradford S. Ralston, Brian Tatsuo Okamoto, Bruce Douglas MacLeod, Christopher J. Cartwright, Clement Shuji Hanami, Dale A. Cohen, Eric M. Williams, Erik Stanton Simmons, Jaime Rodriguez, Jeffrey M. Kennedy, John Robert Coniglio, Kirk E Alley, Mark Albert, Martin Shunji Nomura, Mathew James Leum, Michael DeWayne Clark, Michael Richard Leum, Paul Watson Wims, Jr., Ronald Trimby Young, Sean Patrick English, Sherman A. Williams III, Timothy J. Schmidt, Timothy John Butala, Tracy L. Thielen
  • Adapted By [For Orchestra], ConductorLee Holdridge
  • Art DirectionDavid Larkham, Ed Caraeff, Michael Ross
  • Art Direction [Executive Art Director]Ron Coro
  • Design [Package Design]David Larkham, Michael Ross
  • EngineerArmin Steiner
  • Leader [Bob Mitchell's Singing Boys]Bob Mitchell
  • Lyrics By, Music ByNeil Diamond
  • Mixed By [Orchestra]"Doc" Siegel
  • Performer [Musician]Abe Luboff, Allan Harshman, Andra Willis, Arnold Belnick, Arthur Maebe, Arthur C. Smith, Arthur Hoberman, Assa Drori, Bernhard Kundell, William B. Peterson, Caesar Giovannini, Carl LaMagna, Chase Craig, Claire Hodgkins, Clark E. Spangler, David B. Roberts, David Cohen, David A. Duke, David Schwartz, Diana Lee, Dixie Blackstone, Donald Christlieb, Emory L. Gordy, Jr., Gary L. Coleman, Gayle Levant, Gene Cipriano, Gene P. Estes, George Kast, Gordon Schoneberg, Hal Blaine, Harris Goldman, Harry Bluestone, Harry Hyans, Henry Ferber, Henry Sigismondi, Hoyt Bohannon, Hugo Raimondi, Ida Sue McCune, Isabelle Dashkoff, Israel Baker, Jack Marsh, Jackie Ward, Jacob Krachmalnick, James Getzoff, Jerome A. Kessler, Jesse Ehrlich, Joseph Mondragon, Joe Osborn, John De Voogdt, John Ellis , Johnny Rotella, Joseph Di Tullio, Joseph Reilich, Jules Jacob, Julian Spear, Larry E. Carlton, Lee Holdridge, Leonard Malarsky, Lew McCreary, Lou Klass, Louis Singer, Louis Kievman, Luella Howard, Marilyn H. Baker, Marvin Limonick, Michael S. Omartian, Michael Lang, Milton E. Nadel, Myer Bello, Nathan Ross, Norman Forrest, Owen Wilson Brady, Paul Beaver, Paulo Alencar, Pearl Kaufman, Peter A. Mercurio, Phil Azelton, Philip Goldberg, Ralph E. Grierson, Ralph Schaeffer, Raphael Kramer, Raymond J. Kelley, Ray Siegel, Richard Bennett, Richard S. Kaufman, Robert Dubow, Robert Konrad, Robert Ostrowsky, Robert K. Stone, Rollice Dale, Ronald P. Folsom, Sally Stevens, Samuel Boghossian, Selene Hurford, Sheldon Sanov, Sidney Sharp, Stan Sheldone, Sven Reher, Thomas N. Shepard, Tibor Zelig, Thomas R. Hensley, John T. Johnson, Anthony Terran, Victor S. Feldman, Vincent N. DeRosa, Wilbert Nuttycombe, William Criss, William Henderson , William Kurasch, Yukiko Kanei
  • Photography ByEd Caraeff
  • Photography By [Inside Cover Portrait Photo]Tom Burke
  • Producer, Directed By [Musical Director]Tom Catalano
  • Recorded By [Orchestra]Andy Macdonald , Bill Gernand
  • VocalsBob Mitchell's Singing Boys, Bradford S. Ralston, Brian Tatsuo Okamoto, Bruce Douglas MacLeod, Christopher J. Cartwright, Clement Shuji Hanami, Dale A. Cohen, Eric M. Williams, Erik Stanton Simmons, Jaime Rodriguez, Jeffrey M. Kennedy, John Robert Coniglio, Kirk E Alley, Mark Albert, Martin Shunji Nomura, Mathew James Leum, Michael DeWayne Clark, Michael Richard Leum, Paul Watson Wims, Jr., Ronald Trimby Young, Sean Patrick English, Sherman A. Williams III, Timothy J. Schmidt, Timothy John Butala, Tracy L. Thielen

Video

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