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Performer: Bill Walton
Genre: Audio files
Title: Men Are Made In The Paint: An Audio Guide To The World Of Basketball
Released: 1993
Style: Education, Spoken Word
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Basketball Sounds/Music. 사 등. Distributed By – New Alliance Records. Marketed By – New Alliance Records. Engineered At – Theta Sound Studio. Director Of Photography – Bill Walton (2). Engineer – Jim Latham. Executive-Producer – David A. Barmack, Harvey Robert Kubernik. Illustration – George Evans (10). Piano, Organ – Ray Manzarek. Voice, Words By, Narrator, Written-By – Bill Walton (2). 메모. Introduction: 1-1 to 1-4 Offense Ball Handling: 1-5 to 1-9 Passing: 1-10 to 1-20 Shooting: 1-21 to 2-4 Freethrows: 2-5 to 2-9 Rebounding: 2-10 to 2-21 Defense 2-22 to 2-37 Zone: 2-38.

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Tracklist

1-1 Sounds of Game/Musical Intro 0:28
1-2 Being a Complete Player 2:02
1-3 Hunger & Desire 1:40
1-4 What the Ball Means on Offense 0:31
1-5 Musical Interlude 0:16
1-6 Introduction 3:08
1-7 History 1:35
1-8 Dribbling Drills 1:59
1-9 Overdribbling 0:50
1-10 Musical Interlude 0:21
1-11 Introduction 3:04
1-12 Passing Drills 2:04
1-13 Passer's Responsibility 1:09
1-14 Different Passes 1:30
1-15 Touch Passes 1:14
1-16 Feeding The Post 2:15
1-17 Different Position Skills 2:57
1-18 Zone vs. Man to Man 2:02
1-19 Foot Movement 1:50
1-20 When to Pass 0:52
1-21 Musical Introduction 0:20
1-22 Offense Defined 1:52
1-23 Creating Offense 2:44
1-24 Offensive Mindset 2:06
1-25 Shooting Intro 3:31
1-26 Shooting Form 1:19
1-27 Eyes 0:45
1-28 Backboard 1:55
1-29 Backboard 2/UCLA Shooting Practice 0:45
1-30 Shot Practice 2:09
1-31 Getting Your Shot 2:44
1-32 Following Your Shot 1:38
1-33 Hook Shot 3:10
1-34 Dunk 2:43
1-35 Three Pointer 1:06
1-36 Shot Clock 1:53
1-37 Playing without the Ball 2:56
1-38 Picks 2:49
1-39 The Center 1:52
1-40 Facing the Basket 1:48
2-1 Back to Basket 4:40
2-2 The Pivot 2:28
2-3 The Key 1:34
2-4 Attacking Defenders 1:25
2-5 Musical Introduction 0:26
2-6 Free Throws 2:42
2-7 Good Free Throws 1:54
2-8 Free Throw Skills 1:02
2-9 Results & Concentration 0:59
2-10 Musical Interlude 0:26
2-11 Introduction 4:34
2-12 Jumping 0:49
2-13 Hands 1:44
2-14 Blocking out Shooter 1:07
2-15 Blocking out Non-shooter 1:01
2-16 Know Your Opponent 1:02
2-17 Practicing Rebounds 1:27
2-18 Outlet Pass 2:36
2-19 Follow Your Shot 1:33
2-20 As a Non-Shooter 1:34
2-21 Wrap Up - good opponents 5:32
2-22 Musical Interlude 0:20
2-23 Introduction 2:18
2-24 History of Defense 0:38
2-25 Importance 2:25
2-26 Defending as a Team 1:42
2-27 Defending Dribbler 1:10
2-28 Fingers/Dribbler 1:02
2-29 Defending Shooter 1:02
2-30 Defending Hook 1:30
2-31 Shot Blocking 4:56
2-32 Off-Ball Defense 1:12
2-33 Denying the Ball 0:45
2-34 Hands Up 0:30
2-35 Defending Pick & Roll 3:10
2-36 The Press 1:09
2-37 Drills 2:04
2-38 Musical Introduction 0:18
2-39 Introduction 1:19
2-40 Man to Man Comparison 1:53
2-41 Offensive Rebounding vs Zone 1:08
2-42 Reacting to Zone 0:36
2-43 Basketball Sounds/Music 0:24

Companies, etc.

  • Distributed By – New Alliance Records
  • Marketed By – New Alliance Records
  • Engineered At – Theta Sound Studio
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Issues Records

Credits

  • Art Direction – Heather Harris
  • Design [Package Design], Liner Notes [Liner Notes Coordinator] – Harvey Robert Kubernik
  • Director Of Photography [All Photos Courtesy Of] – Bill Walton
  • Engineer – Jim Latham
  • Executive-Producer – David A. Barmack*, Harvey Robert Kubernik
  • Illustration [Front Cover Illustration] – George Evans
  • Piano, Organ [Organ Instrumental Performance Segments] – Ray Manzarek
  • Producer, Compiled By, Editor – Harvey Robert Kubernik
  • Voice, Words By, Narrator [Commentary], Written-By – Bill Walton

Notes

Introduction: 1-1 to 1-4
Offense
Ball Handling: 1-5 to 1-9
Passing: 1-10 to 1-20
Shooting: 1-21 to 2-4
Freethrows: 2-5 to 2-9
Rebounding: 2-10 to 2-21
Defense 2-22 to 2-37
Zone: 2-38 to 2-43

Includes mini 16 page booklet.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 9 781883 805029
  • Matrix / Runout (Disc 1): ISSCD0021 Y1D 21 MFD BY JVC
  • Matrix / Runout (Disc 2): ISSCD0022 Y1C 11 MFD BY JVC