Crossword clues for album
- Family treasure
- Compact disc forerunner
- Band's release
- "Thriller" or "Bad"
- "Help!" is one
- You might take it out for a spin
- You might purchase one for a song?
- Wedding souvenir
- Wedding day book
- Vinyl spinner
- Vinyl in a jacket
- Vinyl collector's buy
- Taylor Swift's "Folklore," e.g
- Stamp holder
- Spotify search result
- Snap collection
- Singer's goal, once
- Set of tracks
- Search category on allmusic.com
- Scrapbooking project
- Scrapbooking book
- Scrapbooker's creation
- Scrapbooker's book
- Scrapbook, e.g
- Release, of a sort
- Release from a band
- Record or family
- Radiohead's "OK Computer," e.g
- Predecessor to the CD
- Place to stick a needle
- Place for snapshots
- Place for snaps
- Place for pasting photos
- Place for mementos
- Pitchfork review subject
- Photo-filled keepsake
- Photo display option
- Philatelist's necessity
- One may be passed around at a reunion
- Old LP — book of photos
- Musician's project
- Memory storage unit?
- Memory book
- Lizzo's "Cuz I Love You," for one
- Jacket contents
- Item with a sleeve
- Item of music released
- Instagram photo collection
- Instagram page, essentially
- Holder of wedding pictures
- Grad's keepsake
- Frank Zappa's "Hot Rats," e.g
- Family photo book
- Facebook photo collection
- Compact disc, e.g
- Commemorative book
- Collection of songs or snapshots
- Collection of songs
- Collection of photos or songs
- Collection holder, perhaps
- CD or LP
- CD of songs
- Bride's memento
- Book with personal photos
- Book with blank pages
- Book that holds photos
- Book that holds photographs
- Book of snaps
- Book of personal photos
- Book of keepsakes
- Book of autographs
- Anthology of artwork
- Abbey Road Studios output
- A popular one might chart
- "Vinyl" release
- "Thriller," for one
- "Sheik Yerbouti," for one
- "Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band," for one
- "Rumours" or "The Fame Monster"
- "Magical Mystery Tour," for one
- "Exile on Main Street," e.g
- "Dark Sky Island," e.g
- 'Revolver' or 'Tapestry,' e.g
- ''Abbey Road,'' e.g
- Philatelist's need
- Collector's book
- Book of memories, maybe
- Picture holder
- Photo collection holder
- Photo book
- Music holder
- It contains tracks
- Vinyl collectible
- The Beatles' "Revolver" or "Help!"
- Contents of a sleeve
- Not a single thing?
- Photo collection place
- Series of numbers?
- Wedding keepsake
- Track holder?
- One or more recordings issued together
- Originally released on 12-inch phonograph records (usually with attractive record covers) and later on cassette audio tape and compact disc
- A book of blank pages with pockets or envelopes
- For organizing photographs or stamp collections etc
- Philatelist's pride
- Collection of stamps or photos
- Lamb's "___ Verses"
- Autograph _____
- Philatelist's book
- Collector's item
- Scrapbook, e.g.
- Word with stamp or record
- Music lover's purchase
- M. Jackson offering
- Life preserver?
- Streisand offering
- Beatles' "Abbey Road," e.g.
- Stamp book
- Crust removed from half loaf that could take some cutting?
- Compilation of recordings
- Wrong to pursue criminal record
- Nearly everyone has an unfortunate collection of photos
- Almost completely useless recording
- A seat occupied by Liberal - is this a record?
- Recording; book
- Record-holder, somewhat egotistical, bumptious
- Photograph/stamp book
- Photograph book
- Book of photographs
- Book for photos
- Book for photographs
- Book - almost completely useless …
- Binder, I hesitate to say, under a pound
- Grammy category word
- Photo-filled book
- Book of photos
- Wedding memento
- Picture book?
- Philatelist's purchase
- Spotify selection
- Photo holder
- Philatelist's item
- Place for photos
- Picture book
- Family treasury
- Vinyl record
- Tape alternative
- Spot for shots
- Song collection
- Snapshots book
- Set of records?
- Philatelist's collection holder
- LP record
- Keepsake holder
- Book of shots
- "The Dark Side of the Moon," e.g
- Way to order shots?
- Turntable topper
- There are tracks on it
- The Beatles had a white one
- Rock collection?
- Place for pictures
- Place for many pictures
- Philatelist's scrapbook
- Music buy
- Holder of wedding memories
- Holder of photographs
Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
The Collaborative International Dictionary
Album \Al"bum\, n. [L., neut. of albus white: cf. F. album. Cf. Alb.]
(Rom. Antiq.) A white tablet on which anything was inscribed, as a list of names, etc.
A register for visitors' names; a visitors' book.
A blank book, in which to insert autographs, sketches, memorial writing of friends, photographs, etc.
Douglas Harper's Etymology Dictionary
1650s, from Latin album "white color, whiteness," neuter of albus "white" (see alb). In classical times "a blank tablet on which the Pontifex Maximus registered the principal events of the year; a list of names." Revived 16c. by German scholars whose custom was to keep an album amicorum of colleagues' signatures; meaning then expanded into "book to collect souvenirs." According to Johnson, "a book in which foreigners have long been accustomed to insert autographs of celebrated people." Photographic albums first recorded 1859. Meaning "long-playing gramophone record" is by 1951, because the sleeves they came in resembled large albums.
n. A book specially designed to keep photographs, stamps, or autographs.
n. one or more recordings issued together; originally released on 12-inch phonograph records (usually with attractive record covers) and later on cassette audio tape and compact disc [syn: record album]
a book of blank pages with pockets or envelopes; for organizing photographs or stamp collections etc
An album is a collection of recordings.
Album may also refer to:
Albums of recorded music were developed in the early 20th century, first as books of individual 78rpm records, then from 1948 as vinyl LP records played at rpm. Vinyl LPs are still issued, though in the 21st century albums sales have mostly focused on compact disc (CD) and MP3 formats. The audio cassette was a format used in the late 1970s through to the 1990s alongside vinyl.
An album may be recorded in a recording studio (fixed or mobile), in a concert venue, at home, in the field, or a mix of places. Recording may take a few hours to several years to complete, usually in several takes with different parts recorded separately, and then brought or " mixed" together. Recordings that are done in one take without overdubbing are termed "live", even when done in a studio. Studios are built to absorb sound, eliminating reverberation, so as to assist in mixing different takes; other locations, such as concert venues and some "live rooms", allow for reverberation, which creates a "live" sound. The majority of studio recordings contain an abundance of editing, sound effects, voice adjustments, etc. With modern recording technology, musicians can be recorded in separate rooms or at separate times while listening to the other parts using headphones; with each part recorded as a separate track.
Album covers and liner notes are used, and sometimes additional information is provided, such as analysis of the recording, and lyrics or librettos. Historically, the term "album" was applied to a collection of various items housed in a book format. In musical usage the word was used for collections of short pieces of printed music from the early nineteenth century. Later, collections of related 78rpm records were bundled in book-like albums (one side of a 78 rpm record could hold only about 3.5 minutes of sound). When long-playing records were introduced, a collection of pieces on a single record was called an album; the word was extended to other recording media such as compact disc, MiniDisc, Compact audio cassette, and digital albums as they were introduced.
Album (also known as Compact Disc or Cassette depending on the format) is the fifth studio album by English rock band Public Image Ltd, released on 3 February 1986. It features John Lydon backed by a group of musicians assembled by producer Bill Laswell, including Steve Vai, Ryuichi Sakamoto, Tony Williams and Ginger Baker.
Álbum is the second studio album by the Mexican pop duo Lu. The first single is called "La vida después de ti", the second single is called "Si tú me quisieras", and the third single is called "Voy a llorar".
Album is the third studio album by Joan Jett and the second to feature her backing band The Blackhearts. The album was originally released in July 1983.
Album is a 2002 Indian Tamil romantic drama film written and directed by Vasanthabalan, starring Aryan Rajesh and Shrutika. The story portrays the love and affection between two families. The film, produced by Kavithalayaa Productions, was Vasanthabalan's directorial debut and became a commercial failure, remaining his only unsuccessful venture. It is however best known for featuring the song "Chellame Chellam" from Karthik Raja's soundtrack to the film, which was award-winning playback singer Shreya Ghoshal's first song in Tamil language.
"Album" is the seventh episode of the first season of the 1974 American television series Land of the Lost. Written by Dick Morgan and directed by Bob Lally, it first aired in the United States on October 19, 1974 on NBC. The episode guest stars Erica Hagen.
Album is the debut album by the band Girls. It was released September 22, 2009 on True Panther Sounds.
Album was a monthly art photography magazine from Album Photographic Ltd. that published 12 issues between February 1970 and January 1971.
Although it was a short-lived publication, Album is important in that it featured budding photographers who have since become notable, including several members of Magnum Photos. Featured photographers include Bill Brandt, W. Eugene Smith and Emmet Gowin.
Album is a 2016 Turkish comedy film directed by Mehmet Can Mertoğlu. It was screened in the International Critics' Week section at the 2016 Cannes Film Festival where it won the France 4 Visionary Award.
Usage examples of "album".
Pauli and the Cavern 56 3 Up the Smoke 97 4 Beatles for Sale 144 5 Lennon and McCartney 184 6 Avant-Garde London 211 7 Making the Albums 268 8 Sergeant Pepper 293 9 The Walrus Was Paul 349 10 The Maharishi 396 11 Apple 431 12 The White Album 481 13 Let It Be 526 14 John 568 Afterword 597 Bibliography 618 The Beatles have become so surrounded by myth, fantasy and speculation that determining anything other than the basic facts of their lives has become virtually impossible.
Please Please Me George Martin thought it was time for an album, and they were even given a day off to get down to London from Sunderland, in order to be fresh on the morning of 11 February when they were due to record ten new songs at Abbey Road.
One day was regarded as quite sufficient to record an album in those days.
The extra tracks required to make the album took the allotted one day to record.
The first single credited Lennon-McCartney, but for the next two singles and the first album it was McCartney-Lennon.
They had already perfected the basic tenets of composition, but now, with their second album, With the Beatles, released in November 1963, they began to introduce little tricks of their own which reappear as signatures in Lennon-McCartney songs.
Though the Beatles had not yet broken in the USA, their popularity in Britain was phenomenal and the idea of a quick exploitation movie, coupled with a soundtrack album, made considerable economic sense to them.
When we knew we were writing for something like an album he would write a few in his spare moments, like this batch here.
The songs written individually could appear at any time, but the songwriting meetings for a new single or album were planned in advance.
Night came the Beatles for Sale album with eight new Lennon-McCartney compositions.
I thought was quite good but it became an album filler rather than the great almighty single.
He knew the work of all the great early country artists like Jimmie Rodgers and years later, after the Beatles split up, he even recorded his own solo country and western album, Beaucoups of Blues.
Paul returned to London while the idea was still fresh, though it was essentially an album filler.
For the accompanying soundtrack album, an additional seven tracks were recorded, four of which were Lennon and McCartney compositions.
Paul had another song on the soundtrack album, one completely unlike anything the Beatles had ever released before.