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  • Artista:
    John Facenda
  • Título:
    The First 50 Years: The Story Of The National Football League
  • Género:
  • País:
    US
  • Tamaño Versión FLAC
    1891 mb
  • Tamaño Versión MP3
    2538 mb
  • Tamaño Versión WMA
    1494 mb
  • Clasificación:
    4.2
  • Votos:
    327
  • Registro de:
    2 × Vinyl, LP, Album

Lista de canciones

1George Halas Tells Of National Football League Formation...
2The Famed Washington Redskins' Marching Song....
3The 1968 Super Bowl Game Between The Baltimore Colts And The New York Jets...
4Marty Glickman Describes The Famed Giant "Flea Flicker" Play...

Versiones

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
CSS 924, CSS 925John Facenda The First 50 Years: The Story Of The National Football League ‎(2xLP, Box)Columbia Special Products, Columbia Special ProductsCSS 924, CSS 925US1969
CSS 924/CSS 925John Facenda The First 50 Years: The Story Of The National Football League ‎(2xLP, Album)Columbia Special ProductsCSS 924/CSS 925USUnknown

Créditos

  • NarratorJohn Facenda

Notas

Double album set featuring some of the recorded highlights from the formative years of the NFL. This was released around 1970. According to the notes on the back cover: “These two Stereo records feature all the great men and teams; the excitement, the color, and the play by play. Here is action recorded the moment it happened and candid interviews with founders, coaches and stars; a full sound spectrum of the people, plays and thrills of fifty seasons of NFL Football."

Non-Gatefold sleeve.

Front Cover Variation: This release states, "An Action-packed two-record set" under the picture.

Códigos de barras

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A Stamped): XSV 147766-2A
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B Stamped): XSV 147767-2A
  • Matrix / Runout (Side C Stamped): XSV 147768-2A
  • Matrix / Runout (Side D Stamped): XSV 147769-2B
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A Etched): 1T 1
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B - D Etched): 1T 2

Empresas

  • Manufactured By – CBS Records
  • Pressed By – Columbia Records Pressing Plant, Terre Haute

Álbum

The First 50 Years book. Jan 16, 2017 John Nelson rated it liked it. I find the early NFL through the 1970s to be much more interesting than the contemporary corporate and overly commercialized version. This book was issued in 1970 and re-issued in 1973 to commemorate the league's first fifty years of play. It provides a quick overview of the league's history and describes the gradual evolution of offensive and defensive strategies. by NFL The National Football League Author. This book provides a wonderful history of the NFL prepared bu the league. There is fresh and new history here and i am really enjoying it. Thank you NFL . John Facenda. Album: The First 50 Years: The Story Of The National Football League. Genre: Non Music. George Halas Tells Of National Football League Formation. The Famed Washington Redskins' Marching Song. Marty Glickman Describes The Famed Giant Flea Flicker Play. Includes 256 page book First Distributed In 1969 by Simon and Schuster, Inc. New York, New York Includes A Giant Official NFL Poster Includes advertisement insert for the NFL Golden Anniversary Poster. Features recorded highlights from the formative years of the NFL. Barcode and Other Identifiers. Matrix, Runout Side A Stamped: XSV 147766-2A. The National Football League NFL was founded in 1920 as the American Professional Football Association APFA with ten teams from four states, all of whom existed in some form as participants of regional leagues in their respective territories it took on its current name in 1922. The NFL was the first professional football league to successfully establish a nationwide presence, after several decades of failed attempts. Only two teams currently in the NFL, the Decatur Staleys now the Chicago Bears. John Facenda - Продолжительность. John Facenda: Known as the Voice of God, he voiced over the greatest of the NFL Films productions. And we do mean voice his was unmistakable. The story goes that Ed Sabol, Steves father, discovered Facenda at a bar in 1965 when he overheard him describing NFL Films footage that was airing on TV. Pat Summerall: Started doing NFL games for CBS in 1962 after retiring from a nine-year NFL career as a kicker primarily for the Chicago Cardinals and New York Giants. He called a record 16 Super Bowls on TV, was named the Pro Football Hall of Fame's Pete Rozelle Radio and Television Award winner in 1994 and was CBS lead announcer on its PGA Tour coverage. Album Tracks. About & Images. John Facenda - George Halas Tells Of National Football League Formation. mp3. John Facenda - The Famed Washington Redskins' Marching Song. John Facenda - Marty Glickman Describes The Famed Giant Flea Flicker Play. John Facenda - The 1968 Super Bowl Game Between The Baltimore Colts And The New York Jets. mp3 Player. Music video: Watch now John Facenda's video clip of album The First 50 Years: The Story Of The National Football League. See also releases of John Facenda . And the first 50 years, for all they gave us, were just a shadow of today's sport due to large-scale scheduling inequities and rules and a scoring system that were still in flux. With all of these considerations, we created a formula noted at the bottom of the page to rank college football's greatest programs across all divisions using one metric. The story of Penn State's football success is the story of the past half-century. Joe Paterno created a national power at the base of Mount Nittany. Penn State finished in the AP top 10 twice prior to Paterno becoming head coach in 1966. The first fifty years of America's most popular spectator sport have been strangely neglected by historians claiming to tell the complete story of pro football. Well, here are the early stories that complete story has left out. What about the awful secret carried around by Sid Luckman, the Bears' Hall of Fame quarterback whose father was a mobster and a murderer Or Steve Hamas, who briefly played in the NFL then turned to boxing and beat Max Schmeling, conqueror of Joe Louis Or the two one-armed players who suited up for NFL teams in 1945 Or Steelers owner