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Comedy, Folk
  • Artista:
    Smothers Brothers
  • Título:
    Aesop's Fables The Smothers Brothers Way
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  • Estilo:
    Comedy, Folk
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  • Tamaño Versión FLAC
    1476 mb
  • Tamaño Versión MP3
    2200 mb
  • Tamaño Versión WMA
    1812 mb
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  • Registro de:
    Vinyl, LP, Album, Stereo

Lista de canciones

1The Farmer And His Sons4:25
2The Fox And The Grapes4:27
3Overture - Aesop's Fables Our Way2:03
4A Mosquito (Maybe I'd Better Stay Me)0:21
5Aesop Knew (Reprise)1:49
6A Jellyfish (Maybe I'd Better Stay Me)0:15
7A Fox (Maybe I'd Better Stay Me)0:24
8The Dog And The Thief3:20
9The Greedy Dog2:20
10The Two Frogs4:24
11The Boy Who Cried Wolf4:52
12A Fly (Maybe I'd Better Stay Me)0:21
13The Bird And The Jar6:23
14A Worm (Maybe I'd Better Stay Me)0:20
15A Car (Maybe I'd Better Stay Me)0:45


  • Arranged By, Conductor, ProducerDavid Carroll
  • Edited By [Tape]Elvin Campbell, Jeff Winkless, Murray Allen
  • Engineer [Recording]Bernie Clapper, Murray Allen, Walt Payne
  • Mastered ByDoug Hawkins
  • Mixed By [Tape]Murray Allen
  • Music By, Lyrics ByJohn McCarthy
  • Photography By [Cover]Jay Thompson


Different label design - white "Vendor" info on the label

Códigos de barras

  • Matrix / Runout (Side 1 Etched): RR
  • Matrix / Runout (Side 2 Etched): RR
  • Matrix / Runout (Side 1 Stamped): SR 60989-A-M5
  • Matrix / Runout (Side 2 Stamped): SR 60989-B-M3


  • Pressed By – Richmond Record Pressings, Inc.


Aesop's Fables: The Smothers Brothers Way is the seventh comedy album by the Smothers Brothers released March 15, 1965, on Mercury Records. It reached number 57 on the Billboard Pop Albums chart. Seven of Aesop's more famous stories and morals are related in this album or what are intended to be his fables but are often overshadowed by the bickering of the two brothers. The songs were written by John McCarthy. Overture-Aesop's Fables Our Way 2:03. The Greedy Dog 2:20. In delightfully silly musical dialogues, these brothers go to the heart of 7 profound fables. The tape has a perfect blend of music, laughter and questions children understand instantly. Album 1965 15 Songs. The Smothers Brothers. Comedy 1965. Overture - Aesop's Fables Our Way. The Greedy Dog. Listen free to The Smothers Brothers Aesop's Fables: The Smothers Brothers Way Overture: Aesop's Fables Our Way, The Greedy Dog and more. 15 tracks 35:42. Do you know any background info about this album Start the wiki. great story. The Smothers Brothers are an American music-and-comedy team, formed by real-life brothers Tom or Tommy born 2 February 1937 and Dick Smothers born 20 November 1939. They were both bor read more. January 1, 2011. Exclusive Prime pricing. Aesop's Fables: The Smothers Brothers Way. Please retry. Growing up with the Smothers Brothers was a gift I cherished. Running across this clever collection of stories and songs so many years later was like receiving that gift anew From the Greedy Dog to the Boy Who Cried Wolf, Dickie and Tommy take the audience through a myriad of fables in a style only they can muster. The Songs and Comedy of the Smothers Brothers - The Smothers Brothers. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Jump to navigation Jump to search. 1965 studio album by Smothers Brothers. Studio album by. Smothers Brothers. March 15, 1965. Tom Smothers cries in one of his rare sensible moments on Aesops Fables. Are we going to be authentic, or merely derivative A joke question. Here are the serious questions: Synthesizing seven of Aesops ancient tales into their comedy act, are the Smothers Brothers fabulous fabulists, or fractured ones Do stories such as The Boy Who Cried Wolf benefit when framed by Tom and Dicks hilarious bickering Telling and singing such fables as The Fox and the Grapes and The Bird and the Jar, the Smothers do Aesop no harm. Perhaps they make him more accessible. The Censorship Struggles of the Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour