Barry Sadler - Ballads Of The Green Berets FLAC album
Genre: Pop music
Title: Ballads Of The Green Berets
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Barry Allen Sadler (November 1, 1940 – November 5, 1989) was an American soldier, singer/songwriter, and author. Sadler served as a Green Beret medic, achieving the rank of Staff Sergeant. He served in the Vietnam War from late December 1964 to late May 1965. Most of his work has a military theme, and he is best known for his patriotic "Ballad of the Green Berets," a hit in 1966.
Army Special Forces collection. Almost certainly not an original 1966 issue - RCA's 60s releases were carts with yellow all-text labels in sleeves with album art. Reply Notify me Helpful. referencing Ballads Of The Green Berets, LP, Album, Mono, LPM-3547, LPM-3547RE2, LPM 3547. My copy has Matrix, Runout (Side A ): SPRM-6183-1S A4.
Barry Sadler, beginning when he was training to be a Special Forces medic. The author Robin Moore, who wrote the book, The Green Berets, helped Sadler write the lyrics and get a recording contract with RCA Records. The lyrics were written, in part, in honor of . Army Specialist 5 James Gabriel, J. a Special Forces operator and the first native Hawaiian to die in Vietnam, who was killed by Viet Cong gunfire while on a training mission with the South Vietnamese Army on April 8, 1962. One verse mentioned Gabriel by name, but it was not used . The song and album, "Ballads of the Green Berets," were released in January 1966. He performed the song on television on January 30, 1966 on The Ed Sullivan Show, and on other TV shows including Hollywood Palace and The Jimmy Dean Show.
Barry Sadler performed "The Ballad of the Green Berets" on the CBS-TV program 'The Ed Sullivan Show'. Mike from Franklin County, PaThis song was the first song on Side - A of Barry Sadler's album of the same name. Followed up songs that were included on the album were : 2]"I'm The Lucky One", 3]"Letter From Vietnam", 4]"Badge Of Courage", 5]"Saigon", "Salute to the Nurses". The Side - B side included : 1]"I'm Watching the Raindrops Fall", 2]" Garet Trooper", 3]"The Soldier Has Come Home", 4]" Lullaby", 5]"Trooper's Lament", 6]"Bamiba"
Ballads of Green Berets. Barry Sadler Format: Audio Cassette. Ballads of The Green Berets. is of course a knock-out hit single that leaves a burning memory, musically and lyrically. The remainder of the songs, tell stories of being in the jungle, being lonely, of other soldiers who don't quite meet the standard "Garret Trooper" and a host of other emotions that a soldier might Xperience while in a foreign land far, far from those he loves and love him.
The Ballad of the Green Berets, 02:26. I'm a Lucky One, 02:52. Letter from Vietnam, 02:28. Badge of Courage, 02:30. Salute to the Nurses, 02:18. I'm Watching the Raindrops Fall, 02:09. Garet Trooper, 02:33. The Soldier Has Come Home, 02:50. Perhaps, this is a temporary station problem. You can leave your e-mail and we will let you know when the broadcast of the station will be online again: Or listen to the other country dec name stations.
Ballads of the Green Berets topped the album charts in 1966 and the title track reached number one and number two, respectively, on the pop and country charts. Despite the Hollywood heroism of the hit single, the album offered an occasionally gritty portrait of the war and, unlike Johnny Seay's American Reflections album from the same year, focused on the dedication and hardships of American men and women in Vietnam rather than explicitly political or patriotic concerns.
Barry Sadler - Letter From Vietnam 02:28. Barry Sadler - Badge Of Courage 02:30. Barry Sadler - Saigon 02:28. Barry Sadler - Salute To The Nurses 02:18. Barry Sadler - I'm Watching The Raindrops Fall 02:09. Barry Sadler - Garet Trooper 02:33. Barry Sadler - The Soldier Has Come Home 02:50. Barry Sadler - Lullaby 02:29.
Barry Sadler Lyrics Depending upon your age, political persuasion and/or aesthetic sensibility, this 1966 album could be viewed as a courageous, patriotic rejoinder to the antiwar fervor then sweeping the nation, or as a jingoistic, war-mongering screed, or as an unintentionally hilarious camp classic. 1. The Ballad of the Green Berets 2. I'm a Lucky One 3. Letter from Vietnam 4. Badge of Courage 5. Saigon 6. Salute to the Nurses 7. I'm Watching the Raindrops Fall 8. Garet Trooper 9. The Soldier Has Come Home 10. Lullaby 11. Trooper s Lament 12. Bamiba 13. The A' Team. Album list Ballads of the Green Berets.
|A1||The Ballad Of The Green Berets||2:26|
|A2||I’m A Lucky One||2:52|
|A3||Letter From Vietnam||2:29|
|A4||Badge Of Courage||2:30|
|A6||Salute To The Nurses||2:20|
|B1||I’m Watching The Raindrops Fall||2:08|
|B3||The Soldier Has Come Home||2:50|
NotesBALLADS OF THE GREEN BERETS
SSgt. Barry Sadler, U.S. Army Special Forces
Arranged and Conducted by Sid Bass
Produced by Andy Wiswell
RCA Victor Dynagroove Recording
Recorded in RCA Victor's Studio A, New York City.
© 1966 Radio Corporation Of America - Printed in USA
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Label Code (Label Side A): SPRS-6185
- Matrix / Runout (Runout Side A): SPRS-6185- -3S A4 R
- Label Code (Label Side B): SPRS-6186
- Matrix / Runout (Runout Side B): SPRS-6186- -4S A2 R