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GUEST,keberoxu Burl Ives the musician (instrumentalist)? (46) RE: Burl Ives the musician (instrumentalist)? 07 Jun 19


Beachcomber, don't feel alone.
I don't cut and paste myself -- I have yet to learn how.
All my formal education is from the years
BC, that's Before Computers.
When I had to submit a paper to a university course,
I used a typewriter.

My knowledge about computers and the internet
has been picked up on the fly,
from librarians and
workers at the rental place
formerly called Kinko's, now Fedex Office (for printing).
Suffice to say that there is a LOT that I have yet to learn.
(Neither word processor nor personal computer are in my home.)


My fellow Mudcatters,
it startles and somewhat disappoints me
that specific questions by Beachcomber
have gone without direct answers.

I was just trying to make blue clicky links
but the message-preview process got so sticky for me
that I will have to cool myself down
and try again after I feel calmer.

My incompetence aside,
Beachcomber,
yes, those Burl Ives recordings do exist.

"Songs of Ireland" was recorded for Decca in 1958.
"Sunshine in my Soul,"
which includes
"When They Ring Those Golden Bells,"
was recorded for Decca in the early 1960's.

As for the World Vision Korean Orphans' Choir,
not only can you find the choir itself on Wikipedia,
but Wikipedia has a page
just for
the album that Burl Ives recorded with them.


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