Doug Harrell - Doug Harrell album flac
Genre: Folk music
Title: Doug Harrell
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Complete your Doug Harrell collection. Doug Harrell – Doug Harrell. Genre: Folk, World, & Country. Laugh A Spell With Doug Harrell (LP, Album, Mono).
Doug Harrell is a native North Carolinian who for the past 17 years has called Chapel Hill home. He attended the University ot North Carolina, where he made Phi Beta Kappa, and received a . After four years of Medical School at the same University, he received an M. D. in 1956, then interned at the Moses H. Cone Memorial Hospital in Greensboro, North Carolina USA. While waiting for a call from Uncle Sam, which came in Sept. of 1957, he worked brieﬂy at the Inﬁrmary at the University of North Carolina
Doug Harrell, BNE Nuclear Engineering, Georgia Tech (1994). Answered Oct 20, 2018 (more)Loadin. n a test, is it COMPLETELY random what letter teachers choose to make the correct answer, or do they sometimes fall into patterns/have preferences? Doug Harrell, former High School Math and Science Teacher (2001-2016). Answered May 11, 2018.
They will not be notified.
|A1||The First Year||7:10|
|A2||The Second Year||6:37|
|B1||The Clinical Years||10:05|
- Liner Notes – Orville Campbell
- Performer – Doug Harrell
- Producer – Mack Preslar, Orville Campbell
- Written-By – Doug Harrell
NotesOriginal issue on Campbell Records
From the liner notes:
Like most doctors, for perhaps a God given reason, Doug has a wonderful sense of humor which has enabled him to look on the lighter side of life. He is a firm believer in the old saying that laughter is the best medicine and that a person capable of a good belly laugh is usually well or getting well. The material in this album grew out of such an outlook on life-the idea that a little kidding of himself and the protession in general might be good for all concerned.
When Doug was in his third year of Medical School he came in contact with Exsanguination. (To those of you don't know what exsanguination means. I will tell you. It means to draw blood.) For the Medical School's Annual Student-Faculty Show, he wrote and performed a talking song which he called Exsanguination Blues There were about a thousand doctors, nurses, doctors-to-be and guests in the audience. and 999 of them wanted a copy. This gave an idea to a friend of Doug's-namely yours truly. After talking with Doug we decided to make a record-which we did-and a thousand copies were ordered. The thousand copies were sold-then another thousand and another thousand. And before you knew it another year had passed that brought another Student-Faculty day for the medical forces.
Doug and I talked it oven and it was decided to look the hospital over frorm the patient's point of view. He put his talents to work and came up with Hospitality Blues. The Public liked what they heard and the recording has been a big seller for the past four years.
When Doug came home from the Air Force he began working on the additional material that you will find in this album. The monologues-The First Year-The Second Year-The Clinical Years-were performed and recorded at the Student-Faculty Show (mentioned above) on May 14th of this year . Nurse's Lament was recorded shortly thereafter.
The combination of the three monologues, Nurse's Lament and Hospitality and Exsanguination Blues gives the listener over forty minutes of the most wonderful humor he'll ever hear about the medical profession. There is no doctor, nurse or anyone connected with medicine who won't consider this to be honest, sincere, down-to-earth humor. Likewise, the layman will see and appreciate the manner in which at least one doctor can "kid" a very devoted and wonderful profession. Anyway you look at it, the album will bring hundreds of laughs to everyone who listens.
ABOUT THE MATERIAL:
The First Year-A view of some of the aspects of Medical School that are not usually found in the ordinary brochure.
The Second Year-The Doctor-Patient relationship in its early infancy as seen by our doctor-to-be. Here you come in contact with some transference and a little countertransference plua a point of view to which the patient is not well acquainted.
Hospitality Blues—The patient ﬁnally gets an opportunity to sound off his point of view.
The Clinical Years-Some sidelights of the medical student's experiences as he rotates from service
to service in the hospital.
Exsanguination Blues-The patient becomes involved again as we present a typical day in the
life of a third year medical student.
Nurse's Lament-Where you hear some of the trials and tribulations of the modern Florence Nightingale.
|ML-30,151||Doug Harrell||Laugh A Spell With Doug Harrell (LP, Album, Mono)||Ampar||ML-30,151||Australia||1960|
|ABC-364||Doug Harrell||Doug Harrell M.D. (LP, Mono)||ABC-Paramount||ABC-364||US||1960|