Greatest Speeches of All Time, Vol. 1 - Various Artists

Greatest Speeches of All Time, Vol. 1

Various Artists

  • Genre: Spoken Word
  • Release Date: 1996-06-01
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 13

  • ℗ 1996 Speechworks

Tracks

Title Artist Time
1
Inaugural Address 1/20/61 John F. Kennedy 5:40 USD 0.99
2
I Have a Dream - Washington DC Martin Luther King Jr. 6:09 USD 0.99
3
The Watergate Tapes - Orlando, Richard Nixon 1:45 USD 0.99
4
Jefferson-Jackson Day Dinner - Harry S. Truman 9:17 USD 0.99
5
Declaration of War - Washingto Franklin D. Roosevelt 7:07 USD 0.99
6
Democratic Convention - 8/27/6 Robert F. Kennedy 9:39 USD 0.99
7
Christmas Eve Address - 12/24/ Franklin D. Roosevelt 4:37 USD 0.99
8
Ich Bin Ein Berliner - 6/26/63 John F. Kennedy 6:22 USD 0.99
9
Resignation - 8/8/74 Richard Nixon 3:48 USD 0.99
10
Evil Empire - 3/8/83 Ronald Reagan 6:17 USD 0.99
11
Berlin Wall - East Berlin 6/12 Ronald Reagan 2:10 USD 0.99
12
Farewell Address to Congress - Gen. Douglas MacArthur 8:08 USD 0.99
13
First Radio Address As Prime M Winston Churchill 7:58 USD 0.99

Reviews

  • MLK

    1
    By Dirtbox505
    Thought it was the whole speech.
  • BabyModel

    5
    By BS989
    This Compilation Empowers listeners to not accept the actions being done, but to be empowered to change the things they see as wrong
  • MISREPRESENTATION :(

    1
    By akadiva10
    I'm upset that the content of this speech was slightly misrepresented. I was expecting to hear Dr. King's speech in its entirety (as it is what I was using a resource for my students), however, only part of the speech is in this recording. I believe that if that was stated at the beginning, I wouldn't be upset with my purchase. This was unfair, and you should let buyers know beforehand that only part of the speech is recorded. I believe a refund should be given. Extremely dissatisfied.
  • MLK - I Have a Dream

    4
    By Corginole
    I shared this recording with my Cub Scout den of 3rd grade boys on MLK Day. The recording is clear, and also includes the reactions of the listeners on that day on the Mall. This led to a lively discussion of why we have the day off school, etc. Overall, very satisifed with the quality and availability of this speech.
  • Some good choices, but hardly deserving of the title

    2
    By Mac-the-Knife
    Rhetoric is an art in rapid decline so the idea here is sound. Roosevelt, King and Churchill were great practicioners of the art and worthy of study. The Kennedys were a step below. Truman and Nixon, not so hot. Reagan was just a bumbling actor.
  • Excelent!

    5
    By Alexcran
    This is the album that i want
  • ballsey

    5
    By jkdls h
    MIKE HAWK
  • AMAZING!! MUST HAVE FOR ANYONE!!

    5
    By swim4eva
    i really respect iTunes for taking the time to put together some of the most inspirational and influential speeches in modern history. hopefully, people of all ages will listen to these and become not only knowledgeable of these time periods and great leaders, but use the words of all of these people to further their intellect. JFK, MLK, Richard Nixon, Harry Truman, FDR, Ronald Reagan, General MacArthur and Winston Churchill have been an influence to so many people, big and small, black and white, young and old....respect them and use their words to your benefit.

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