Stan Freberg - The Amazing Butter-Nut Coffee Commercials/Omaha AlbumPerformer: Stan Freberg
Title: The Amazing Butter-Nut Coffee Commercials/Omaha
Style: Musical, Theme, Promotional
Cat#: KB-2236/KB-2237 (NC)
Label: Freberg Ltd.
Size MP3 version: 1300 mb
Size FLAC version: 1759 mb
Size WMA version: 2657 mb
Genre: Audiofiles / Radio & TV
Stan Freberg - The Amazing Butter-Nut Coffee Commercials/Omaha Album
|2||Whatta They Got in Omaha?||0:60|
|3||A 6 Minute 38 Second Musical starring Stan Freberg with the Original Cast||6:38|
- Arranged By, Conductor – Billy May
Omaha! (a parody of Oklahoma!) was written and recorded by Stan Freberg, for the Butter-Nut Foods Co. It was essentially an extended commercial for Butter-Nut Coffee, with aspects recut for radio play.
In the summer of 1958, Stan approached Butter-Nut Coffee with an idea for an extended radio commercial [the story behind it is related in his autobiography, "It Only Hurts When I Laugh"] and got one prominent radio station in Los Angeles to initially carry the ad. It was a success, and Stan rerecorded it for Capitol (Capitol EAP 1-1101), omitting the plugs for the coffee itself. (Thank you, Barry I. Grauman)
Locked grooves between each of the 3 tracks on Side 2, making it ideal for commercial radio play.
- Matrix / Runout (Side 1, Hand Etched): KB-2237-D1 1
- Matrix / Runout (Side 2, Hand Etched): KB-2236-D1 1
Genre: Non Music, Stage & Screen Album: The Amazing Butter-Nut Coffee CommercialsOmaha Country: US Released: 1958 Style: Musical, Theme, Promotional MP3 version RAR size: 1686 mb FLAC version RAR size: 1390 mb WMA version RAR size: 1954 mb Rating: 4. 4 Votes: 927 Other Formats: AA MP3 RA FLAC VOX MP4 WMA. A1 A 6 Minute 38 Second Musical starring Stan Freberg with the Original Cast 6:38. B1 Whatta They Got in Omaha 0:60. B2 Omaha Moon. B3 Omaha. Arranged By, Conductor Billy May. This is the Original Cast Recording of Omaha, Stan Freberg's outrageously innovative 1958 radio commercial for Butternut Coffee. It was a satire is the original radio commercial from 1958, my father purchased the promotional 7 by mail back then. This was an obvious parody of - Stan Freberg. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. The Old Payola Roll Blues and Other Hysterical Hits of the '50s. Исполнитель: Stan Freberg. This is the Stan Freberg collection I have been waiting for as it does indeed collect not only the A-sides of virtually every Stan Freberg record as released but the B-sides as well Some of these have never been compiled on any album before. When it comes to the amazing Stan Freberg, you want as much as you can get in the box. This double CD set offer 35 examples of his satires on TV advertising, traditional American cop shows, pop music, the lot. Lots of laughs at a very reasonable price. This set includes many of the great radio commercials he did after getting out of the record business. Read more. Artist: Stan Freberg. Album: The Capitol Singles Collection, 2009. It was a satire of cast recordings of Rodgers and Hammerstein's musicals, specifically Oklahoma Stan Freberg wrote the score, musica was arranged and conducted by Billy May. This recording came from a rare 1958 Capitol record. Directed by Stan Freberg, Donavan Freberg. With Herb Alpert, Ray Bradbury, Paul Condylis, Kelly Crean. A collection of some of Stan Freberg's commercials. Included with the music box set Tip of the Freberg. Directors: Stan Freberg, Donavan Freberg. Writer: Stan Freberg. Stars: Herb Alpert, Ray Bradbury, Paul Condylis See full cast & crew . By Stan Freberg. Times Books, . America's self-styled ''gray-flanneled kamikaze pilot,'' Stan Freberg wields the stiletto of satire against the smug and self-satisfied in popular culture and advertising. Freberg was the mad prophet of the airwaves, performing on radio, television and records his hilarious sendups of everything from ''Dragnet'' to the overcommercialization of Christmas. Stan Freberg grew up in Los Angeles, California. From an early age he was a big fan of radio and sound. He was blessed with the double abilities of being an amazing mimic and possessing a razor-sharp satirical mind. In the early 1940s he began to do voice work for both the Warner Brothers' cartoons some of his characters included Junyer Bear and one half of the Goofy Gophers and radio he worked on both The Jack Benny Show and Suspense. He became one of the first comedians to produce an album. As non-music radio began dying off in popularity at the end of the 1950s, Freberg found a new niche in the world of advertising. Omaha is a recorded musical comedy with book, lyrics and music by Stan Freberg. Originally a six-minute, 38-second radio commercial for the Butter-Nut . Originally a six-minute, 38-second radio commercial for the Butter-Nut Coffee Company of Omaha, the original cast recording was issued on an EP in 1958. The plot is simple: Biff Freberg loves Julie Frances Osborne, and Julie loves Omaha, but their tender duets of love for each other and for the town are interrupted by Eustace K. Butter-Nut Byron Kane, the only man ever to leave Omaha