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Aesop's Fables - The Truth album

Aesop's Fables - The Truth album

  • Performer: Aesop's Fables
  • Genre: Rock / Soulful music
  • Title: The Truth
  • Released: 1968
  • Style: Soul
  • Country: US
  • MP3 version size: 1344 mb
  • FLAC version size: 1545 mb
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  • Rating: 4.7
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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

AESOP'S FABLES - The Truth. Опубликовано: 25 июл. 2012 г. Northern soul from EASOP'S FABLES on Atco.

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)

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. Aesop's Fables: The Smothers Brothers Way. Studio album by. Smothers Brothers. The Greedy Dog" (2:20). A Fox (Maybe I'd Better Stay Me)" (0:24)-Running gag throughout the record where Tom wishes he could be something else but then something happens to quickly convince him that maybe he had better stay himself. The Boy Who Cried Wolf" (4:52). A Fly (Maybe I'd Better Stay Me)" (0:21). The Dog and the Thief" (3:20).

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The Shepherds Boy and the Wolf. There is no believing a liar, even when he speaks the truth. The Shipwrecked Impostor. A liar deceives no one but himself. Evil companions bring more hurt than profit. The Swallow and the Crow. Fair weather friends are not worth much.

moral maxim, social duty, or political truth. Hercules and the Wagoner. Jupiter and the Monkey. Jupiter, Neptune, Minerva, and Momus. Mercury and the Workmen. The Ant and the Dove.

aesop s fables album covers, aesop s fables album songs Aesop's Fables: The Smothers Brothers Way was 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. A Fox Maybe I'd Better Stay Me" 0:24-Running gag throughout the record where Tom wishes he could be something else but then something happens to quickly convince him that maybe he had better stay himself. The Boy Who Cried Wolf" 4:52. A Fly Maybe I'd Better Stay Me" 0:21. The Dog and the Thief" 3:20. A Worm Maybe I'd Better Stay Me" 0:20. The Farmer and His Sons" 4:26.

Tracklist

A The Truth 2:15
B Slow & Easy 2:15

Credits

  • Arranged By – Arif Mardin
  • Producer – Louis Lofredo
  • Written-By – Taylor*, Bottari*

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Rights Society: BIEM
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout A-side): CED ATCO 69 A
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout B-side): CED ATCO 69 B

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
45-6565 Aesop's Fables The Truth ‎(7") Atco Records 45-6565 US 1968
45-6565 Aesop's Fables The Truth ‎(7", Promo) Atco Records 45-6565 US 1968

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