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Box 11

 Container

Contains 37 Results:

Lou Stallman and Bob Bundin (composers and lyricists). "Here Come the Yankees." New York: Blackwood Music Inc., 1967

 File — Box: 11, Folder: 367
Identifier: EPH 7502-367
Scope and Contents

Cover text: "Official theme song of the New York Yankees."

Dates: 1967

Paul Simon (composer and lyricist). "Mrs. Robinson." New York: Music Sales Corp., 1968

 File — Box: 11, Folder: 367a
Identifier: EPH 7502-367a
Scope and Contents

3 copies of different editions. Lyrics reference Joe DiMaggio.

Dates: 1968

Ruth Roberts and Bill Katz (composers and lyricists). "Meet the Mets." New York: Midsong Music, Inc., 1969

 File — Box: 11, Folder: 372
Identifier: EPH 7502-372
Scope and Contents

2 copies. Cover text: "Official song of the New York Mets."

Dates: 1969

Preston (lyricist and composer). "Let's Go Padres." San Diego: Oz Music Publishers, 1969

 File — Box: 11, Folder: 374
Identifier: EPH 7502-374
Scope and Contents

Cover text: "Official song of the San Diego Padres."

Dates: 1969

Tim McCabe (composer and lyricist). "Home of the Braves." Atlanta: Lowery Music Co., Inc., 1970

 File — Box: 11, Folder: 375
Identifier: EPH 7502-375
Scope and Contents

Fight Song for Atlanta NL upon moving from Milwaukee.

Dates: 1970

Richard Wolfe (composer and lyricisim). "Baseball." New York: Bayberry Music Inc., 1971

 File — Box: 11, Folder: 376
Identifier: EPH 7502-376
Scope and Contents

Cover text: "The Major League Baseball song."

Dates: 1971

Bruce Hart (lyricist); Stephen Lawrence (composer). "Theme from 'Bang the Drum Slowly.'" New York: Famous Music Co., 1973

 File — Box: 11, Folder: 377
Identifier: EPH 7502-377
Scope and Contents

Theme from 1973 film about a terminally ill baseball player.

Dates: 1973

Joe Raposo (composer and lyricist). "There Used to be a Ballpark." New York: Sergeant Music Co., 1973

 File — Box: 11, Folder: 378
Identifier: EPH 7502-378
Scope and Contents

Written for Frank Sinatra. Commonly interpreted to be about Ebbets Field, however no ballpark is specifically mentioned.

Dates: 1973

Ernie Harwell (lyricist); Bill Slayback (composer). "Move Over, Babe (Here Comes Henry)." New York: Iramac Music Co., 1973

 File — Box: 11, Folder: 379
Identifier: EPH 7502-379
Scope and Contents

2 copies. Celebratory song for Hank Aaron closing in on Babe Ruth's career home run record of 714. Folder includes 45 rpm recording of song.

Dates: 1973

Ron Miller (lyricist); William Goldstein (composer). "Razzle Dazzle." Unknown: Stone Diamond Music Corp., 1976

 File — Box: 11, Folder: 380
Identifier: EPH 7502-380
Scope and Contents

Image of baseball team on front cover.

Dates: 1976

Michael Lococo (composer and lyricist). "The Blue Jays." Toronto: Berandol Music Limited, 1977

 File — Box: 11, Folder: 381
Identifier: EPH 7502-381
Scope and Contents

Fight song for Toronto Blue Jays.

Dates: 1977

Bruce Springsteen (composer and lyricist). "Glory Days." Hialeah FL: Columbia Pictures Publications, 1984

 File — Box: 11, Folder: 382
Identifier: EPH 7502-382
Scope and Contents

Verse one makes reference to baseball.

Dates: 1984

Carole King (composer and lyricist). "Now and Forever." Nashville TN: Avon Gate Music, Inc., 1992

 File — Box: 11, Folder: 383
Identifier: EPH 7502-383
Scope and Contents

From the 1992 film "A League of Their Own."

Dates: 1992

Teresa Brewer, Ruth Roberts, and Bill Katz (composers and lyricists). "I Love Mickey." New York: Willow Music Corp., undated

 File — Box: 11, Folder: 350
Identifier: EPH 7502-350
Scope and Contents

Folder includes 45 rpm recording and pinback button.

Dates: undated

Fred Steiner (composer); Jean Rouverol and George P. Werker (lyricists). "Little Boat (Barco Chiquito." Los Angeles: Bibo Music, Inc., 1959

 File — Box: 11, Folder: 356
Identifier: EPH 7502-356
Scope and Contents

Cover text: "Theme from the motion picture 'The Little Giants.' Featuring the miracle World Championship Little League Baseball Team of Monterey, Mexico."

Dates: 1959

Bill Ehlert (composer); Joe Staudacher (lyricist). "Go Get Em Braves." Milwaukee: A-1 Music Co., 1958

 File — Box: 11, Folder: 357
Identifier: EPH 7502-357
Scope and Contents

Theme song of Milwaukee (NL).

Dates: 1958

Aaron Schroeder & Sid Wayne (composers and lyricists). "I'm Gonna Knock on Your Door." New York: Sigma Music, Inc., 1959

 File — Box: 11, Folder: 358
Identifier: EPH 7502-358
Scope and Contents

Image of boy with baseball glove on front cover.

Dates: 1959

Eric Steiner (composer). "Tomboys." Long Island NY: Belwin Inc., 1959

 File — Box: 11, Folder: 360
Identifier: EPH 7502-360
Scope and Contents

Image of children playing baseball on front cover.

Dates: 1959