Charlie Van Dyke - The Flag mp3
- Engineer – Ron Malo
- Executive-Producer – Marami, Ltd.
- Music By, Arranged By – Jimmie Haskell
- Producer – Denny Diante
- Text By – S. L. DeLove
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A - Stereo
B - Mono
- Rights Society: ASCAP
- Matrix / Runout (A-Side Label): UAST-16976
- Matrix / Runout (B-Side Label): UA-16976
- Matrix / Runout (A-Side Runout Etching): UAST-16976 X p [artisan logo]
- Matrix / Runout (B-Side Runout Etching): UA-16976 X p [artisan logo]
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – United Artists Music And Records Group, Inc.
- Published By – United Artists Music Co., Inc.
- Published By – Hollywood Boulevard Music Publ. Co.
- Record Company – United Artists Music And Records Group, Inc.
- Mastered At – Artisan Sound Recorders
- Pressed By – Columbia Records Pressing Plant, Pitman
Charlie Van Dyke born Charles Leo Steinle on July 26, 1947 is a former radio disc jockey who is best known for the voice work he has done for radio and television stations. He is recognized by his deep, booming voice. Originally from Dallas, Van Dyke was working in major-market Top 40 radio, at local powerhouse KLIF, by the time he was 19. Bill Drake brought Van Dyke to his stable of stations, first in morning drive at CKLW in WindsorDetroit in 1968 and 1969, then to KFRC in San Francisco where he. The Flag is a 1986 Rick James album. It was his last album on the Gordy Records imprint of Motown Records. All tracks composed by Rick James. Freak Flag. Forever and a Day. Sweet and Sexy Thing. Free To Be Me. Save It For Me. R U Experienced. Funk in America, Silly Little Man. Slow and Easy Interlude. Slow and Easy. Om Raga. Painted Pictures. 2014 digital remaster bonus tracks. Sweet And Sexy Thing 12&q. I do not own the copyright to this music Copyright Disclaimer Under Section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for fair use for Van Dyke's spoken word record The Flag, recited to a bluegrass background, charted nationally, peaking at 116 in the Record World survey. Charlie Van Dyke ADent. Can We Wave The Flag Too Much is the response by S. DeLove on the radio program, Know Your History Hour, December 30, 1956, to a listener who wrote as follows: Your programs are wonderful- especially the no commercials-but you are waving the flag too much. Web pages about this song: The Flag by Charlie Van Dyke in 1976 ADent. Where to Buy: Song Lyrics: Is it possible to wave the flag too much Provided, of course, that you wave it with integrity Is it possible to study Lincoln or Shakespeare too much . Charlie Van Dyke The Flag 45 RPM record sleeve from 1976. According to Charlie Van Dyke, he had retained a particular speech his uncle had written and prepared for an oratory-speech contest while in high school. His mother, in adding to the Van Dyke story, had saved a copy of that award-winning speech. That narrative saved would become The Flag. With minor changes in the lyrics, Clive Fox worked on the produced project for release through United Artists Records. Jimmy Haskell would provide the music behind Van Dykes saturated, patriotic salute he voiced-over in The Flag. No Favorite. Flag this item for. Graphic Violence. Graphic Sexual Content. Paul Van Dyk Mayday 2002 . Paul van Dyk DJ set, Saviour1981 Upload. Publication date. Paul van Dyk Mayday 2002. 1 Rhythm Gangsta The Crowd Song 2 Ayumi Hamasaki Unite Airwave Dub 3 Fischerspooner Emerge Moguai Remix 4 Mainx 88 To Piano 5 Dj Jan Vs. Vandueren Deep Emotion DJ Ghost Remix 6 Ferry Corsten Punk 7 Misja Helsloot First Second 8 Tillmann Uhrmacher On The Run Ocean To Shore Club Mix 9 Ralphie B. Massive Paul van Dyk Rework 10 Armin van. Sign Up. About Charlie van Dyk. Charlie Van Dyke is one of the legendary disc jockeys from the heyday of AM Top-40 radio in the 1960's and 1970's. He had a notable run at WLS in Chicago, and is probably best known for his years at KHJ Boss Radio in Los Angeles. Today, he is a voiceover artist, lending his voice to both commercials, and broadcast outlets