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Metallica - S&M Album
Metallica - S&M Album
Performer: Metallica
Title: S&M
Label: Vertigo
Country: Europe
Released: 1999
Style: Symphonic Rock, Speed Metal, Heavy Metal
Cat: 546 797-2
Rating: 4.8/5
Format: MP3, FLAC, WMA
FLAC size: 1182 mb | MP3 size: 2719 mb | WMA size: 1946 mb
Genre: Rock
Tracklist

1The Call Of Ktulu
Written-By – Burton, Mustaine
9:34
2The Memory Remains4:42
3- Human4:19
4Until It Sleeps4:29
5For Whom The Bells Tolls
Written-By – Burton
4:52
6Of Wolf And Man4:18
7Outlaw Torn9:58
8Hero Of The Day4:44
9The Ecstasy Of Gold
Written-By – Ennio Morricone
2:30
10Wherever I May Roam7:01
11Fuel4:35
12One7:53
13The Thing That Should Not Be7:26
14Bleeding Me9:01
15Master Of Puppets
Written-By – Burton
8:54
16No Leaf Clover5:43
17Devil's Dance5:26
18Enter Sandman7:39
19Nothing Else Matters6:47
20Sad But True5:46
21Battery7:24

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
62463-2Metallica With Michael Kamen Conducting The San Francisco Symphony Orchestra Metallica With Michael Kamen Conducting The San Francisco Symphony Orchestra - S&M ‎(2xCD, Album)Elektra62463-2US1999
25060303 / 25060304Metallica S&M Live Concert ‎(2xVCD, Unofficial)Одиссей, Universal25060303 / 25060304Ukraine2003
SAT-009Metallica With Michael Kamen Conducting The San Francisco Symphony Orchestra Metallica With Michael Kamen Conducting The San Francisco Symphony Orchestra - S&M ‎(VHS, Unofficial, PAL)Not On Label (Metallica)SAT-009Russia1999
dvd-m-030/031, 8536-40218-2Metallica With Michael Kamen Conducting The San Francisco Symphony Orchestra Metallica With Michael Kamen Conducting The San Francisco Symphony Orchestra - S&M ‎(2xDVD-V, Unofficial, Multichannel, PAL, Dig)Star Records , Elektra , Warner Music Vision dvd-m-030/031, 8536-40218-2RussiaUnknown
UICY-75748/9Metallica With Michael Kamen Conducting The San Francisco Symphony Orchestra Metallica With Michael Kamen Conducting The San Francisco Symphony Orchestra - S&M ‎(2xCD, Album)Universal MusicUICY-75748/9Japan2013

Credits

  • Artwork [At Satori]Andie Airfix
  • BassJason Newsted
  • Bass [Basses, Principal]Larry Epstein
  • Bass [Basses]Charles Chandler, Chris Gilbert, S. Mark Wright, Stephen Tramontozzi, William Ritchen
  • BassoonRob Weir, Steven Braunstein
  • Bassoon [Principal]Stephen Paulson
  • Cello [Violincello, Principal]David Teie
  • Cello [Violincello]Anne Pinsker, Barara Bogatin, David Goldblatt , Jill Rachuy Brindel, Judiyaba, Peter Shelton , Richard Andaya
  • ClarinetAnthony Striplen, Sheryl Renk
  • Clarinet [Principal]Luis Baez
  • Co-producerHetfield, Ulrich
  • Co-producer, Arranged By, Orchestrated By, ConductorMichael Kamen
  • CopyistVic Fraser
  • DrumsLars Ulrich
  • Edited By [Digital]Billy Bowers, Mike Gillies, Paul DeCarli
  • FluteCatherine Payne, Linda Lukas
  • Flute [Principal]Paul Renzi
  • GuitarKirk Hammett
  • Guitar, VocalsJames Hetfield
  • HarpDouglas Rioth
  • HornsBruce Roberts, Douglas Hull, Eric Achen, Jim Smesler, Jonathan Ring, Joshua Garrett
  • Horns [Principal]Robert Ward
  • KeyboardsMarc Shapiro
  • ManagementQ Prime Inc.
  • Management [For Michael Kamen]Robert Urband
  • Mastered ByGeorge Marino
  • Mixed By [Assistant]Billy Konkel, Kent Matcke, Leff Leffertz
  • Mixed By [Assistant], Edited By [Digital]Darren Grahn
  • Mixed By [Assistant], Technician [Music Preparation]James Brett
  • Mixed By, Recorded ByRandy Staub
  • OboeJulie Ann Giacobassi, Pamela Smith
  • Oboe [Principal]Eugene Izotov
  • OrchestraThe San Francisco Symphony Orchestra
  • Orchestrated ByBrad Warnaar, Bruce Babcock, Chris Boardman, Geoff Alexander, Jonathan Sacks, Pete Anthony, Bob Elhai, Ted Allen
  • PercussionAnthony J. Cirone, Artie Storch, Tom Hemphill
  • Percussion [Principal]Raymond Froehlich
  • Photography ByAnton Corbijn
  • Producer, Recorded ByBob Rock
  • Recorded By [Orchestra], Mixed By [Assistant]Stephen P McLaughlin
  • Technician [Music Preparation]Michael Price
  • Technician [Music Preparation], Copyist, Orchestrated ByBlake Neely
  • Technician [Technical Assistance]John Vrtacic
  • TimpaniDavid Herbert
  • TromboneJeffrey Budin, John Engelkes, Tom Hornig
  • Trombone [Principal]Paul Welcomer
  • TrumpetAndrew McCandless , Chris Bogios, Craig Morris
  • Trumpet [Principal]Glenn Fischthal
  • TubaPeter Wahrhaftig
  • ViolaChristina King, David Gaudry, Don Ehrlich, Gina Feinauer, Leonid Gesin, Nanci Severance, Seth Mausner, Yun Jie Liu
  • Viola [Principal]Geraldine Walther
  • Violin [First]Catherine Down, Connie Gantsweg, Diane Nicholeris, Florin Parvulescu, Kelly Leon-Pearce, Melissa Kleinbart, Naomi Kazama, Philip Santos, Rudolph Kremer, Victor Romasevich, Yukiko Kurakata
  • Violin [First], ConcertmasterJeremy Constant
  • Violin [Second Principal]Paul Brancato
  • Violin [Second]Bruce Freifeld, Chumming Mo Kobialka, Daniel Banner, Daniel Kobialka, Enrique Bocedi, Frances Jeffrey, Kum Mo Kim, Michael Gerling, Yasuko Hattori
  • Written-ByHetfield (tracks: 1-2 to 2-10), Hammett (tracks: 1-3 to 1-6, 1-9, 1-11, 2-9), Ulrich (tracks: 1-2 to 2-10)

Notes

Recorded live at the Berkeley Community Theater in Berkeley, California,
on April 21 & 22 1999

℗ & © 1999 Metallica

Track 1-2 incorrectly listed in the liner notes as "The Call Of The Ktulu".

Issued in a slim double jewel case.

Barcodes

  • Other (CD1 Inner Ring Variant 2): MADE IN UK BY PMDC

Companies

  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Metallica
  • Copyright (c) – Metallica
  • Recorded At – Berkeley Community Theatre
  • Mastered At – Sterling Sound
  • Pressed By – PMDC, UK

Album

S&M an abbreviation of Symphony and Metallica is a live album by American heavy metal band Metallica, with The San Francisco Symphony conducted by Michael Kamen. It was recorded on April 2122, 1999 at The Berkeley Community Theatre. This is the final Metallica album to feature Jason Newsted as Metallica's bassist. S&M contains performances of Metallica songs with additional symphonic accompaniment, which was composed by Michael Kamen, who also conducted the orchestra during the concert. The idea to. play album. S & M. Metallica, Michael Kamen, San Francisco Symphony - The Ecstasy Of Gold. Metallica, Michael Kamen, San Francisco Symphony - The Call Of The Ktulu. Metallica, Michael Kamen, San Francisco Symphony - Master Of Puppets. Metallica, Michael Kamen, San Francisco Symphony - Of Wolf And Man. Metallica, Michael Kamen, San Francisco Symphony - The Thing That Should Not Be. Metallica, Michael Kamen, San Francisco Symphony - Fuel. Metallica, Michael Kamen, San Francisco Symphony - The Memory Remains. Shop in The Metallica Store Ships Worldwide. Collaborations Menu Toggle. Additional Stores Probity Merch UKEU Metallica Shop. News Menu Toggle. Parent Category. Todos los derechos son de MetallicA. Lo he subido para uso y entretención personal, no poseo. All rights MetallicA. I've gone for personal use and entertainment, I do not own rights to the work of the band, except to &M short for Symphony & Metallica contains performances of Metallica songs with additional symphonic accompaniment, which was composed by Michael Kamen, who also conducted the orchestra during the concert. The idea to combine heavy metal with an epic classical approach, as James Hetfield has stated repeatedly, was an idea of Cliff Burton. Burtons love of classical music, especially of Johann Sebastian Bach, can be traced back to many instrumental parts and melodic characteristics in Metallicas. S&M an abbreviation of Symphony and Metallica is a live album by the American heavy metal band Metallica, with the San Francisco Symphony conducted by Michael Kamen. This is the final Metallica album to feature Jason Newsted as bassist. Metallica - S&M 1999. Формируйте собственную коллекция коллекцию записей Metallica With Michael Kamen Conducting The San Francisco Symphony Orchestra. Metallica discography lives. Cunning Stunts 1998. S&M 1999. Metallica discography all. Nothing Else Matters 1999. Type: Live album. Release date: November 23rd, 1999. S&M stands for Symphony and Metallica. Recording information: Recorded live on April 21st & 22nd, 1999 at the Berkeley Community Theater in Berkeley, California. After 1988' Justice for All, Metallica pared down its progressive, heavy metal sound. During the '90s, the band's studio releases grew slicker and more produced, resulting in mostly radio-friendly, good ol' boy metal. By the end of the decade, Metallica was established as the pioneer of modern metal, but the band hadn't done anything innovative, arguably, in ten years. In April 1999, the group performed two concerts with the San Francisco Symphony, and the result was S&M, a two-disc collection of the concerts

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