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Jimmy Johnson - The Arabian Nights (The Voyages Of Sinbad The Sailor) Album

Jimmy Johnson - The Arabian Nights (The Voyages Of Sinbad The Sailor) Album
The Arabian Nights (The Voyages Of Sinbad The Sailor)
Jimmy Johnson
Story, Classical
MP3 album size:
2259 mb
FLAC album size:
1810 mb


1The Arabian Nights (The Voyages Of Sinbad The Sailor) Part I
2The Arabian Nights (The Voyages Of Sinbad The Sailor) Part II


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
DQ 1195David Gell, Chiitra Neogy, John Witty David Gell, Chiitra Neogy, John Witty - The Arabian Nights (The Voyages Of Sinbad The Sailor) ‎(LP)DisneylandDQ 1195UK1970


  • Mastered ByDarrell Johnson
  • NarratorDavid Gell
  • Recorded ByDarrell Johnson
  • Recording Supervisor, ProducerCamarata
  • Voice ActorChiitra Neogy, John Witty


John Witty as Grand Visier & Shahriar, the sultan. Chiitra Neogy as Scheherazade.

Including selections from the Rimsky-Korsakov Scheherazade Symphonic Suite.

Includes 11-page book of full-color illustrations.

A storytelling record for children adapted by Jimmy Johnson.


  • Matrix / Runout (Deadwax Scribed): STER-3988-1 DJ SS
  • Matrix / Runout (Deadwax Scribed): STER-3988-2 DJ SS


  • Copyright (c) – Walt Disney Productions
  • Recorded At – Sunset Sound
  • Mastered At – Sunset Sound


Taken from the Arabian Nights, being the third and fourth voyages of Sinbad the Sailor. around 1770. And The story of Aladdin or, The wonderful lamp, was published in Philadelphia in 1794. He then tells the Caliph of his misfortune-filled voyages Haroun agrees that with such a history thou dost only right never even to talk of travel. Nevertheless, a command of the Caliph is not to be negated, and Sinbad sets forth on this, his uniquely diplomatic voyage. The Fantastic Voyages of Sinbad the Sailor. The Fantastic Voyages of Sinbad the Sailor is an American animated television series based on the Arabian Nights story of Sinbad the Sailor and produced by Fred Wolf Films that aired beginning February 2, 1998 on Cartoon Network. The series featured Sinbad as a teenager, with an exotic cat cub Kulak and a young boy Hakeem as constant companions. Sinbad - The Seven Voyages of Sinbad the Sailor by Andrew LANG 1844 - 1912 Sinbad the Sailor is a fictional sailor and the hero of a story-cycle Nights - Jimmy Rosenberg. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. The Best of Jimmy Rosenberg. Исполнитель: Jimmy Rosenberg. 2008 jazz. A teenage sailor named Sinbad travels to many distant shores with a boy named Hakeem and a cat named Kulak as his constant companions. Title: The Fantastic Voyages of Sinbad the Sailor 1996 . Show HTML View more styles. A lot of Sinbad's misadventures in these voyages very closely parallel those detailed in Homer's Odyssey, while tells of the Greek hero Odysseus's return home from the Trojan War. The Odyssey is believed to have been written around the 8th century B. and most of the Arabian Nights stories probably emerged at around 800 A. No doubt these Arab storytellers had spent much time studying The Odyssey. Voyages three and four in particular show huge similarities. The encounter with the cannibal giant closely resembles Odysseus's run-in with Polyphemus, the cyclops. Follow Arabian Nights Entertainments, to never miss another show. The Arabian Nights book. Having invited his brother, Schahzeman, to pay a royal visit, Sch. The Arabian Nights tales, including the adventures of Sindbad and Aladdin, are full of wonder and exotic charm, transporting readers to distant lands that have become part of our imaginative landscape. These are the stories lauded by Robert Louis Stevenson as more generally loved than Shakespeare a collection that captivates in childhood and still delights in age. Sinbad the sailor - Aladdin and the wonderful lamp - The story of the three calenders - The sleeper the Sailor is one of the most famous heroes of Middle Eastern literature. In the tales of his seven voyages, Sinbad battled incredible monsters, visited amazing lands and met with supernatural forces as he sailed the Indian Ocean's fabled trade routes. In Arabic translations of the Arabian nights, however, Sinbad is absent. The interesting question for historians, then, is this: Was Sinbad the Sailor based upon a single historical figure, or is he a composite character derived from various bold seafarers who plied the monsoon winds If he once existed, who was he