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10 inch recore Take Ne Out To The Ball Game
Take Me Out To The Ball Game 10 inch Record

Listen to
Take Me Out to the
 Ball Game
The Umpire 1:35
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  1952 Take Me Out To The Ball Game & The Umpire 7 inch Golden Record - Mel Allen Broadcasts Casey at the Bat
 
Golden Record Take Me Out to the Ball Game
 Take Me Out to the Ball Game Golden Record
Item Details
  • CIRCA - 1952
  • MANUFACTURER - The Sandpiper press & distributed by Simon & Shuster
  • LABEL - Golden Records
  • SPEED -  78 RPM
  • SIZE - 7" record
  • PRICE GUIDE - $30.00 - $60.00
    Excellent - Near Mint Condition
 
 
NOTES:
 
    The 7 inch Extra-Play Golden Records, play as long as a ten-inch record. Side one features two songs the first "Take Me Out to The Ball Game" and Song two, "The Umpire" both feature the singing voices of New York Yankees Phil Rizzuto, Tommy Henrich, Brooklyn Dodgers Ralph Branca, Roy Campanella, with Anne Lloyd, The Sandpipers, Mitchell Miller And Orchestra. Side two features "Casey at the Bat" performed by "famous sports announcer" Mel Allen.

 A song written in 1908 by Jack Norworth and Albert Von Tilzer, "Take Me out to the Ball Game" is baseballs Theme song. It is the third-most frequently heard song in America, behind the national anthem and Happy Birthday. "The Umpire" with the comical lyrics   "he's right when he's wrong, and wrong when he's right" was Written By Loeb

 The front of the paper dust jacket features action illustrations of the four ballplayers accompanied by their facsimile autographs on a green background. At the top of the yellow header bordered by a line above & below, reads "S107 AN EXTRA PLAY GOLDEN RECORD" with the players names below that reads "Phil Rizzuto * Tommy Henrich * Ralph Branca * Roy Campanella Sing" then "Take Me Out To The Ball Game" with "and The Umpire" below on the green side, followed by the price "35c" with "Plays as Long as a 10" record below on the green side. The bottom of the sleeve reads "Mel Allen Broadcasts CASEY AT THE BAT"

 The back of the sleeve lists the "Little Golden Records" merchandise available in the market. A 10 inch version of the record was also made with a yellow record, that does not have the Mel Allen Broadcast of "Casey at the Bat." Side 1 "Take Me out to the Ball Game" Side 2 "The Umpire.

 
 
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Golden Record
Take Me Out To The Ball Game Billboard Review  Phil Rizzuto, Tommy Henrich, Ralph Branca, and Roy Campanella
Take Me Out To The Ball Game Billboard Review Phil Rizzuto, Roy Campanella, Ralph Branca and Tommy Henrich In the Studio

"The Umpire" Lyrics written by Leob
Sung by Phil Rizzuto, Tommy Henrich, Ralph Branca, Roy Campanella & Anne Lloyd
[chorus]
The Umpire the Umpire
The guy who calls every play
We ain't got no use for the Umpire
unless he calls it my way


[Anne Lloyd] "Hey Tommy"
[Tommy Henrich sings]
He calls one a strike that just misses my hat
and that's how I know that he's as blind as a bat


[Anne Lloyd] "Ralph"
[Ralph Branca sings]
I pitch them right over he gives him a walk
I scratch my right ear and he calls it a balk


[Anne Lloyd] "Phi"
[Phil Rizzuto sings]
I slide into second I'm safe without doubt
but up goes his thumb and the bum says you're out


[Anne Lloyd] "Roy"
[Roy Campanella sings]
I tell him his eyes are not all they should be
and next thing you know its the shower for me


[chorus]
The Umpire the Umpire
The guy who calls every play
We ain't got no use for the Umpire
unless he calls it my way

[Anne Lloyd] "Tommy"
[Tommy Henrich sings]
He calls one against us then changes his mind
and now our opponents use language unkind


[Anne Lloyd] "Ralph"
[Ralph Branca sings]
No matter which way he decides there's a fight
he's right when he's wrong, and wrong when he's right


[Anne Lloyd] "scooter"
[Phil Rizzuto sings]
I keep running bases in dreams every night
I run and I run in a terrible fright


[Anne Lloyd] "Campy"
[Roy Campanella sings]
A nightmarish creature is following me
A horrible monster who turns out to be


[chorus]
The Umpire the Umpire
The guy who calls every play
We ain't got no use for the Umpire
unless he calls it my way

 
 
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