Edward R. Murrow And Fred W. Friendly - I Can Hear It Now

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Edward R. Murrow And Fred W. Friendly - I Can Hear It Now
Edward R. Murrow
I Can Hear It Now
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Label: CBS Laboratories ‎– none, Columbia Masterworks ‎– ML 4095, Columbia Masterworks ‎– ML 4261, Columbia Masterworks ‎– ML 4340
Type: 3 x Vinyl, LP, Album, Compilation, Mono Box Set
Country: US
Date of released: 1957
Category: Non-Music
Style: Interview, Speech, Political, Spoken Word

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I Can Hear It Now Vol. I: 1933-1945
A1 Will Rogers; Roosevelt Inauguration; Huey Long; Duke Of Windsor
A2 La Guardia; Landon; Roosevelt; John L. Lewis; Hindenburg Disaster
A3 Czech Crisis; Chamberlain; Hitler; Louis-Schmeling Fight; Gehrig Farewell
A4 Britain Enters The War; Lindbergh; Al Smith; Hugh Johnson; Roosevelt; Mussolini
A5 Reynaud; Surrender At Compiegne; Chamberlain; Churchill; Princesses Elisabeth And Margaret Rose
B1 Joseph Martin And Wendell Willkie; Roosevelt; Churchill; Pearl Harbor Announcement
B2 Declaration Of War; D-Day (Eisenhower, De Gaulle, King Haakon)
B3 Invasion Craft; Stalin; Dewey; F.D.R.
B4 Roosevelt's Death & Funeral; Truman Speaks To Congress; Opening Of U.N.; Announcement Of German Surrender
B5 Chaplain's Prayer Before First Atom Bomb Mission; Hiroshima Attack; Japan Surrender; MacArthur
I Can Hear It Now Vol. II: 1945-1949
C1 V-J Day Celebrations
C2 Conflict Between Russia & The West; The Bikini Atom Bomb Test
C3 The Baruch Proposal For The Control Of Atomic Energy; International War Crimes Trial At Nuremburg; Execution Of Ten Top Nazi War Leaders
C4 The 1946 Congressional Elections; Lilienthal's "Credo Of Democracy"; "Babe Ruth Day" At Yankee Stadium
C5 The Marshall Plan; The Howard Hughes Congressional Hearing; Wedding Of Princess Elizabeth And The Duke Of Edinburgh; The Assassination Of Gandhi
D1 Jan Masaryk In United Nations Broadcast; The Italian Elections; The State Of Israel Is Born; James C. Petrillo Before The House Labor Committee
D2 The Berlin Airlift; Tito Addresses The Third Congress Of The Peoples' Front; Vishinsky Before The U.N.; Mrs. Franklin D. Roosevelt Before The U.N.
D3 Chambers & Hiss Before The House Un-American Activities Committee; Eisenhower Reaffirms He Will Not Seek A Presidential Nomination
D4 The Republican National Convention; The Democratic National Convention; The Progressive Party Convention
D5 The 1948 Presidential Campaign
I Can Hear It Now Vol. III: 1919-1932
E1 Intro.: Wilson, Harding, Coolidge, Hoover, F.D.R. - The Armistice - Wilson & League: Add. To Senate - Wilson Goes To People - Sen. Borah & H. Johnson Oppose League-Wilson's Last Speech - R. Swing Ann. Death Of League - W.A. White On Wilson Tragedy.
E2 1920: Daugherty Makes "Smoke Filled Room" Prediction - Harding Nominated - Harding Before Inaug.- 1st Election Broad., KDKA - W.Rogers Comments On U.S. Senate.
E3 Harding As Pres. - Harding Death Ann. Coolidge Sworn In In Vt. Farmhouse - Harding Eulogy By Bishop Manning - Sen. Walsh - Teapot Dome Invest. - Secy. Fall & E.L. Doheny Before Walsh Com.
E4 1924 Dem. Conv. - Coolidge After Inaug. - Montage Of Amer. Customs & Behavior In Early 20's - Ted Husing - Babe Ruth Home Run - Grant Rice, On "The Four Horsemen" - Coolidge On War Debts
F1 1925 - Scopes Trial, Dayton, Tenn. - W.J. Bryan And C. Darrow - G. Tunney Becomes New Heavyweight Champion - G. MacNamee Calls "Long Count" Round In Second Tunney-Dempsey Fight.
F2 Lindbergh Takes Off In "Spirit Of St. Louis" : Progress Reported By G. Hicks, L. Thomas, Others - J. Walker Welcomes Lindbergh - More Walker Greetings: Queen Marie, Bobby Jones, Gertrude Ederle - Q. Howe - Execution Of Sacco, Vanzetti - Review Of Sacco-Vanzetti Case, Vanzetti's Last Statement.
F3 Prohibition Era - "Radio Here To Stay" - Amos & Andy, B. Crosby, R. Vallee, Will Rogers - Coolidge Declines Renomination - Hoover On Prosperity - F.D.R. Nominates Smith-Smith Campaigns On "Wet" Issue.
F4 Boom & Bust: Stock Market Crash, Depression - R. Trout Ann. Dem. Victory In '32 - Roosevelt's First Inaugural.


  • Illustration – RR Bouche*
  • Liner Notes [Box] – Peter C. Goldmark
  • Narrator – Edward R. Murrow
  • Producer – J. G. Gude


Issued with Volumes 1 - 3 with room for 4 to be received "early next year"

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (A-Side Label): XLP 543
  • Matrix / Runout (B-Side Label): XLP 544
  • Matrix / Runout (C-Side Label): XLP 1774
  • Matrix / Runout (D-Side Label): XLP 1775
  • Matrix / Runout (E-Side Label): FXLP 3516
  • Matrix / Runout (F-Side Label): FXLP 3517
  • Matrix / Runout (A-Side Runout Etching): XLP 543-2D
  • Matrix / Runout (B-Side Runout Etching): XLP 544-2F
  • Matrix / Runout (C-Side Runout Etching): XLP 1774-1B N
  • Matrix / Runout (D-Side Runout Etching): XLP 1775-1D
  • Matrix / Runout (E-Side Runout Etching): XLP-3516-1AA
  • Matrix / Runout (F-Side Runout Etching): XLP-3517-2C

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