- n. Plural form of recording.
“(Among his recordings is the first version of “Take Me to the River,” a hit for Al Green and later Talking Heads.)”
“Phonograph Company, Feaster and University folklorist Richard Bauman note, listed what it called recordings of speeches by and his opponent in that campaign, William McKinley, but all were re-creations voiced by others.”
“May 18, 2010: Verve Records and Hip-O Select will release Lena Horne Sings: The MGM Singles Collection, featuring recordings from the late '40s, co-produced and with liner notes by Gavin.”
“Two boxes of digested mix tapes, recordings from the radio, and illegal copies: set to go out with the trash.”
“It's a pity that a compact disc of "The Noël Coward Album" isn't included with this volume, because his live recordings from the 1950s in Las Vegas and New York are the definitive interpretations of this sublime (and in many instances sublimely funny) music.”
“Featuring never-before-heard studio recordings from the Double Fantasy sessions, rare concert footage and home movies, the film presents an outstanding collection of Lennon's work.”
“He framed most of the questions; he conducted most of the interviews, which exist, not in recordings or transcripts, but only in his notes and interpretations.”
“‘Stock’ audio from bought libraries of recordings is often used in films (and games) in order to keep down recording costs and, occasionally, to artistically draw upon their sonic history.”
“Through this device, you can access the Slingbox, the gadget that lets you watch your home TV channels and recordings from a PC, Mac or cellphone, such as the iPhone or BlackBerry.”
“But Ancestry. com's latest wizardry with this collection of poignant recordings is equally jaw-dropping.”
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