Chaplain's Prayer Before First Atom Bomb Mission; Hiroshima Attack; Japan Surrender; MacArthur. I Can Hear It Now Vol. II: 1945-1949. C1. V-J Day Celebrations. C2. Conflict Between Russia & The West; The Bikini Atom Bomb Test.
Murrow's three-record "I CAN HEAR IT NOW" series are circa-1960 reissues of a set of COUMBIA LPs from a decade earlier. The first volume was originally a 1948 set of 12" blue label 78. Pictured here is the second, newer LP label that these reissues appeared on. Earlier ones have the gray w/six eye label. Volume 1, 1933-45 (ML 4095) took two years to prepare. Over 500 hours of broadcast and other transcriptions were whittled down to 100 hours and then transferred to tape. From that assemblage, forty-five minutes of material were selected for this album.
Friendly was born in New York City to Therese Friendly Wachenheimer and Samuel Wachenheimer, a jewelry manufacturer
B4. Edward R. Murrow, Fred W. Friendly - The Republican National Convention; The Democratic National Convention; The Progressive Party Convention mp3. B5. Friendly - The 1948 Pres. Campaign mp3. mp3 Player. Music video: Watch now Edward R. Friendly's video clip of album "I Can Hear It Now Vol. 2".
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Murrow was born Egbert Roscoe Murrow at Polecat Creek, near Greensboro, in Guilford County, North Carolina, the son of Roscoe Conklin Murrow and Ethel F. (née Lamb) Murrow. His parents were Quakers. He was the youngest of three brothers and was a "mixture of Scottish, Irish, English and German" descent. The firstborn, Roscoe J. lived only a few hours. He also recorded a series of narrated "historical albums" for Columbia Records called I Can Hear It Now, which inaugurated his partnership with producer Fred W. Friendly. In 1950 the records evolved into a weekly CBS Radio show, Hear It Now, hosted by Murrow and co-produced by Murrow and Friendly.
|Intro.: Wilson, Harding, Coolidge, Hoover, F.D.R. - The Armistice - Wilson & League: Add. To Senate - Wilson Goes To People - Sen. Borah & H. Johnson Oppose League-Wilson's Last Speech - R. Swing Ann. Death Of League - W.A. White On Wilson Tragedy.|
|1920: Daugherty Makes "Smoke Filled Room" Prediction - Harding Nominated - Harding Before Inaug.- 1st Election Broad., KDKA - W.Rogers Comments On U.S. Senate.|
|Harding As Pres. - Harding Death Ann. Coolidge Sworn In In Vt. Farmhouse - Harding Eulogy By Bishop Manning - Sen. Walsh - Teapot Dome Invest. - Secy. Fall & E.L. Doheny Before Walsh Com.|
|1924 Dem. Conv. - Coolidge After Inaug. - Montage Of Amer. Customs & Behavior In Early 20's - Ted Husing - Babe Ruth Home Run - Grant Rice, On "The Four Horsemen" - Coolidge On War Debts|
|1925 - Scopes Trial, Dayton, Tenn. - W.J. Bryan And C. Darrow - G. Tunney Becomes New Heavyweight Champion - G. MacNamee Calls "Long Count" Round In Second Tunney-Dempsey Fight.|
|Lindbergh Takes Off In "Spirit Of St. Louis" : Progress Reported By G. Hicks, L. Thomas, Others - J. Walker Welcomes Lindbergh - More Walker Greetings: Queen Marie, Bobby Jones, Gertrude Ederle - Q. Howe - Execution Of Sacco, Vanzetti - Review Of Sacco-Vanzetti Case, Vanzetti's Last Statement.|
|Prohibition Era - "Radio Here To Stay" - Amos & Andy, B. Crosby, R. Vallee, Will Rogers - Coolidge Declines Renomination - Hoover On Prosperity - F.D.R. Nominates Smith-Smith Campaigns On "Wet" Issue.|
|Boom & Bust: Stock Market Crash, Depression - R. Trout Ann. Dem. Victory In '32 - Roosevelt's First Inaugural.|
|ML 4340||Edward R. Murrow & Fred W. Friendly||Edward R. Murrow & Fred W. Friendly - I Can Hear It Now Vol. 3 (LP, Mono)||Columbia Masterworks||ML 4340||US||1950|
|MM 963||Edward R. Murrow And Fred W. Friendly||Edward R. Murrow And Fred W. Friendly - I Can Hear It Now, 1919-1932, Vol. 3: Voices And Events, Read And Re-Enacted Of A Glamorous Era (5xShellac, 12", Album)||Columbia||MM 963||US||1950|
|ML 4340||Edward R. Murrow & Fred W. Friendly||Edward R. Murrow & Fred W. Friendly - I Can Hear It Now... 1919-1932 Vol. 3 (Voices And Events, Real And Re-enacted, Of A Glamorous Era) (LP, RE)||Columbia Masterworks||ML 4340||US||1950|
|ML 4340||Edward R. Murrow and Fred W. Friendly||Edward R. Murrow and Fred W. Friendly - I Can Hear It Now, Vol. III - 1919-1932 (LP, RE)||Columbia Masterworks||ML 4340||US||1957|
|ML 4340||Edward R. Murrow And Fred W. Friendly||Edward R. Murrow And Fred W. Friendly - I Can Hear It Now . . . Vol. III - 1919-1932 (LP, RE)||Columbia Masterworks||ML 4340||US||Unknown|
|ML 4340||Edward R. Murrow And Fred W. Friendly||Edward R. Murrow And Fred W. Friendly - I Can Hear It Now . . . Vol. III - 1919-1932 (LP, RE)||Columbia Masterworks||ML 4340||Canada||Unknown|
|ML 4340||Edward R. Murrow and Fred W. Friendly||Edward R. Murrow and Fred W. Friendly - I Can Hear It Now, Vol. III - 1919-1932 (LP, Mono, RE)||Columbia Masterworks||ML 4340||US||Unknown|
|ML 4340, ML 54340||Edward R. Murrow & Fred W. Friendly||Edward R. Murrow & Fred W. Friendly - I Can Hear It Now... 1919-1932 Vol. 3 (Voices And Events, Real And Re-enacted, Of A Glamorous Era) (LP, RE)||Columbia Masterworks, Columbia Masterworks||ML 4340, ML 54340||US||Unknown|