Cryonics - Ted Williams - Life Extension Folk Music
Laurie Lewis & the Right Hands\ Live Forever\ The Golden West\ Hightone
Arrogant Worms \ Birthday Song \ C'Est Cheese
Cryogenic Lover, Four Guys Standing Around Singing
Moody Blues' album "For Our
Children's Children's Children" including
"Eternity Road" and "I Never Thought I'd Live To
Be A Million"
"Forever Young" by Laura Brannigan
From: Celtic Tapestry
One cryonics song would be "Frozen Man." It was written by
James Taylor, but the version I'm familiar with is by
Fairport Convention on the CD "Old, New, Borrowed, Blue"
From Jan Gruber:
What about "liquid cool" one the "Millennium Fever" album from Apollo
440 - a song about cryonics.
From: stefan des Lauriers
While "Junkyard in the Sky" does is not exactly about cryonics, it does have
refusing to die as the central theme.
Junkyard in the Sky / STEFAN DES LAURIERS / Time of Wonder / Music Kingdom
Waylon Jennings, Mel Tillis, Bobby Bare, and Jerry Reed: CD "Old Dogs"
Song "Still Gonna Die" written by Shel Silverstein.
From: Celtic Tapestry
I know tons of baseball songs, but can't think of any
about Ted Williams. You may want to check Rhino's
"Baseball's Greatest Hits" Vol. 1 or Vol. 2. I don't know
of any on Vol. 1, other than possibly a mention in
Terry Cashman's "Willie, Mickey, and the Duke"
HungryForMusic.com has 6 CD's of baseball songs, but I don't
know of any about Ted Williams.
Carly Simon recorded a beautiful version of "Take Me Out to
the Ball Game" for Ken Burns' "Baseball" series on PBS.
From: "Tom Bohan"
The Red Clay Ramblers have a song called "Churchill and Roosevelt"
which mentions Ted Williams in the chorus. The album is new and called
From: Jonathan Hoffman
I recently released
a CD with a song about the Red Sox and their historic inability to win the
World Series, despite having a succession of superstars like Ted WIlliams.
The song is entitled "The Sox Finally Win the Series." You can hear the
song for free on www.mp3.com on this link:
Or, if you'd like, I'd be happy to send you a promo copy of the CD, "Best
I like: Oingo Boingo's Flesh and Blood, Out of Control, and Just Another
Day. Also from the Fame soundtrack "We will all be Stars." And The Traveler
from Alan Parson's Project Vulture Culture album.