- Performer:Wes Harrison
- Title:You Won't Believe Your Ears
- Date of release:1963
- Size FLAC version1287 megabytes
- Size MP3 version1305 megabytes
- Size WMA version1925 megabytes
- Formats:AC3 VOC AIFF DMF AU MP2
1963 studio album by Wes Harrison. You Won't Believe Your Ears. Studio album by. Wes Harrison. Out At The Outhouse". Better Late Than Never". Saga Of The Duck Hunt: By Horse". Saga Of The Duck Hunt: By Jet Plane".
Profile: Also known as "Mr. Sound Effects", is an American comedian and voice actor, notable for his ability to create realistic sound effects using only his voice and a Shure 530 Slendyne microphone. Harrison has a comic style reminiscent of Red Skelton, but uses noises instead of physical shtick. You Won't Believe Your Ears (Album).
01 DUST BOWL: (Various) by Wes Harrison, Won’t Believe Your Ears, 1963. Tempus Fugit by Miles Davis, Miles Davis, 1953. 02 to a dream: It Shouldn’t Happen To A Dream by Sarah Vaughan, The Complete Sarah Vaughan on Mercury 1954-1956, 1987. 04 MINOTAURE: I’ll Never Smile Again by Sarah Vaughan, In The Land Of Hi-Fi, 1955. Arranged, Recorded, and Mastered by Mild Maynyrd. Album Art and Design by Dan Black. ww. lacklanternmusic. 5/scotland/ or send a letter to Creative Commons, 171 Second Street, Suite 300, San Francisco, California 94105, USA.
Description : "Unbelieving" is one of the tracks off of Hammerhead's first album, "Broken Poet.
Good clean vinyl (light surface marks, plays fine), nice cover with minor shelf wear. Hilarious American comedian from early 70s, makes unbelievable sounds with his voice!
One common reason ears just won't pop? Colds or allergies, which cause your mucus membranes to become inflamed. That inflammation then causes the Eustachian tube to become clogged and it's unable to open and close properly. If you pass out on the plane before it even takes off, or are still sleeping while it's in descent, you won't be swallowing, chewing, yawning, or doing any of the other things that will help your ears pop naturally-and that lack of release (and relief) may lead you to wake up with a painful earache. Avoid all this by staying awake and making sure your ears have popped (especially during descent, when the altitude change is more painful). You can also use earplugs to help ease pain.
CreditsWes Harrison - Composer, Primary Artist, Sound Effects
|1||Out at the Outhouse Wes Harrison||Wes Harrison||3:13|
|2||Father, Oh Father Wes Harrison||Wes Harrison||0:53|
|3||Better Late Than Never Wes Harrison||Wes Harrison||3:07|
|4||Was' Car Wes Harrison||Wes Harrison||8:44|
|5||The Saga of the Duck Hunt By Horse Wes Harrison||Wes Harrison||3:22|
|6||By Jet Plane Wes Harrison||Wes Harrison||1:58|
|7||By Train Wes Harrison||Wes Harrison||4:46|
|8||By Car Wes Harrison||Wes Harrison||8:47|
|9||By Boat Wes Harrison||Wes Harrison||3:11|