George And Gracie - Paul Winter / Paul Halley, Leonard Nimoy - Whales Alive

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  1. Feb 08,  · Provided to YouTube by The Orchard Enterprises Dawnwatch · Humpback Whale · Leonard Nimoy · Paul Winter & Paul Halley Whales Alive ℗ Earth Music Productions Released on: Auto.
  2. () Album: Narrrated "Whales Alive" by Paul Winter and Paul Halley. The album was made to call attention to the endangerment of whales and was released to capitalize on the themes of Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home ()). (s) A "music video" is in circulation showing him lip-synching "Ballad of Bilbo Baggins" on a s TV show.
  3. Jul 01,  · Whales Alive is a fascinating excursion into not only whale songs and outstanding music surrounding them written by the Paul Winter group, it is also amazing for the readings by Leonard Nemoy on Melville's Moby Dick, passages that are truly poetry in prose form. The music sets the mood for the readings, and the passages set the style for/5(24).
  4. Paul Winter (2) / Paul Halley - Leonard Nimoy With Voices Of The Humpback Whales* - Roger Payne* Paul Winter (2) / Paul Halley - Leonard Nimoy With Voices Of The Humpback Whales* - Roger Payne* - Whales Alive ‎ (LP, Album) Living Music, SBK Songs: Brazil: Sell This Version.
  5. Paul Winter: saxophone Leonard Nimoy: narrations. Leonard Nimoy reads the spoken text introducing the parts ranging from "Whales Weep Not!" to Elizabeth Kemf's " Dawnwatch ". Leonard approached Roger Payne (an expert in recording of whale-songs) to do the sound effects. Organist Paul Halley and Paul Winter (soprano saxophone), who created the.
  6. Whales Alive CD Whales Alive Paul Winter Paul Halley with voices of humpback whales recorded by Dr. Roger Payne Narrated by Leonard Nimoy Improvisations on soprano sax and pipe organ with recorded voices of the humpback whale. Pelagos no longer carries this .
  7. Paul Winter & Paul Halley, Whales Alive! (Living Music, ) directed by "Spock" star Leonard Nimoy, The exception is "George and Gracie," a tune named for the two whales featured in Star Trek IV, which is a two-minute chorus of whales accompanied only by Winter on a giant talking drum.

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