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Eirik Wangberg  Recordings released 2018-


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Diana Ross

Diamond Diana:
The Legacy Collection

Participation
Co-Production of Sound and Mix
Recorded in Hollywood, USA
Motown Records
January, 2018

Play
Video w/Michael Jackson: Touch Me in the Morning
It's My Turn
Mahogany




THE EIRIK WANGBERG STORY

To come is The Eirik Wangberg Story, a never before released album containing compositions by Eirik and his instrumental and vocal performances (along with ditto from some Elvis Presley and The Eagles band members, Janne Schaffer and others). Of course, his record and sound production is here too (1964-69).
xxJoey D, President of Frantic Records, and Alec Palao, the renowned Compilation Producer (Grammy nominated in 2009, 2011 and 2012, Historical and Album Notes Categories), have taken the initative to compile and release this double album containing Eirik's own music.

Record cover: Painting of Eirik by renowned Italian/American artist Dario Campanile, student of Salvador Dahli


NOTES


Eirik Wangberg
has also contributed to recordings made in collaboration with the following artists, but has been unable to identify the recordings in question: Frankie Avalon, Kris Kristoffersen, Country Joe McDonald, The Byrds, Martha and the Vandellas, Bobby Goldsboro, Brenton Wood, Roger Miller, The Supremes, Paul Butterfield, Dave Mason, Frankie Valli, Rubettes, Four Tops, Chiffons, Sir Douglas Quintet, Linda Ronstadt and Dionne Warwick. More artists have been identified than their recordings, so many of the latter are missing here. Additional artists and recordings are known to not have been identified. If you have any more information about the Eirik Wangberg recording history, please send an email via the Contact page. Your assistance would be highly appreciated!

Information on the small golden disc used in these pages as "No Image Available":

NASA
placed a more ambitious message aboard Voyager 1 and 2-a kind of time capsule, intended to communicate a story of our world to extraterrestrials. The Voyager message is carried by a phonograph record-a 12-inch gold-plated copper disk containing sounds and images selected to portray the diversity of life and culture on Earth. The contents of the record were selected for NASA by a committee chaired by Carl Sagan of Cornell University, et. al. Dr. Sagan and his associates assembled 115 images and a variety of natural sounds, such as those made by surf, wind and thunder, birds, whales, and other animals. To this they added musical selections from different cultures and eras, and spoken greetings from Earth-people in fifty-five languages, and printed messages from President Carter and U.N. Secretary General Waldheim. Each record is encased in a protective aluminum jacket, together with a cartridge and a needle. Instructions, in symbolic language, explain the origin of the spacecraft and indicate how the record is to be played. The 115 images are encoded in analog form. The remainder of the record is in audio, designed to be played at 16-2/3 revolutions per minute. It contains the spoken greetings, beginning with Akkadian, which was spoken in Sumer about six thousand years ago, and ending with Wu, a modern Chinese dialect. Following the section on the sounds of Earth, there is an eclectic 90-minute selection of music, including both Eastern and Western classics and a variety of ethnic music. Once the Voyager spacecraft leave the solar system (in 1990 both were beyond the orbit of Pluto), they will find themselves in empty space. It will be forty thousand years before they make a close approach to any other planetary system. As Carl Sagan has noted, “The spacecraft will be encountered and the record played only if there are advanced spacefaring civilizations in interstellar space. But the launching of this bottle into the cosmic ocean says something very hopeful about life on this planet.”


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Janis Joplin

Live at Monterey
Play Ball & Chain


Eirik Wangberg
- the Artist -

The Ikon Records Story
Play
Every Night I Dream A Little Dream


Grammy Nominee 2009

Love Is the Song
We Sing
Play Foolish Woman


Ted Gärdestad

Co-production w/ABBA
Play Makin' All the Fools

Public Nuisance

Gotta Survive
Play Time Can't Wait


John Uzonyi

Peacepipe
Play Sea of Nightmares

Limited Edition
Public Nuisance
Triple Decker Vinyl LP

Gotta Survive
Play Time can't wait


Diana Ross

Touch Me
in the Morning

Play
Video w/Michael Jackson
Touch Me in the Morning




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INTERNATIONAL MUSEUM OF PEACE AND SOLIDARITY

Upon request Eirik Wangberg supports the International Museum of Peace and Solidarity in Samarkand, Uzbekistan.
This 2750 year most ancient "Silk Road" location between the West and East is part of United Nations UNESCO World Heritage.


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YEAR OF RELEASE

<Previous | 1964-67| 1967 cont.| 1968| 1969| 1970| 1971| 1972-73| 1974-75| 1976-77| 1978-79| 1980-81| 1982| 1983-89| 1990-94|

1995-97| 1998-99| 2000-01| 2002-03| 2004-05| 2006| 2007-08| 2009-11 | 2012| 2013-17| 2018- | Next>


Home | Biography | Artists | Recordings | Movies | Television | Commercials | Awards | Recent | Photos | Writings | Links | Contact


MUSEUMS OF THE WORLD
presents

www.museum.com

INTERNATIONAL MUSEUM OF PEACE AND SOLIDARITY

Upon request Eirik Wangberg supports the International Museum of Peace and Solidarity in Samarkand, Uzbekistan.
This 2750 year most ancient "Silk Road" location between the West and East is part of United Nations UNESCO World Heritage.


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Web EirikWangberg.com