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Cast - All In The Family mp3 Performer: Cast
Album: All In The Family
Country: US
Released: 1971
Style: Dialogue, Comedy, Theme
Label: Atlantic
Genre: Audio / Stage
Catalog #: M 87210
Size MP3: 1392 mb.
Rating: 4.6/5
Votes: 315
Record Source: 8-Track Cartridge, Album, Club Edition


1God Is Black3:27
2Jury Duty4:14
3Archie's Hangup0:55
4A Station Wagon Filled With Nuns3:55
6Sweety Pie Roger3:00
7VD Day1:53
8Why God Made Hands2:14
9Bacon Souffle & Women's Lib2:30
10All In The Family Closing Theme
Written-By – Roger Kelloway
11Do You Love Me?1:56
12Those Were The Days - Theme
Vocals [Uncredited] – Carroll O'Connor, Jean StapletonWritten-By – Charles Strouse, Lee Adams
13No Ribs?4:00
14Shove Yours(2:46)
15Shove Yours


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
SD 7210All In The Family Cast All In The Family ‎(LP, Album, Phi)AtlanticSD 7210US1971
SD 7210Cast All In The Family ‎(LP, Album, Phi)AtlanticSD 7210US1971
SD 7210Cast All In The Family ‎(LP, Col)AtlanticSD 7210US1971
SD 7210Cast All In The Family ‎(LP, Album, Club, Cap)AtlanticSD 7210US1971
SD 7210Cast All In The Family ‎(LP, Promo, W/Lbl)AtlanticSD 7210US1971


  • Concept By, Producer [Created And Produced By]Norman Lear
  • Directed ByJohn Rich
  • Liner NotesNorman Lear
  • Mixed By [Original Sound Mixing]Norman Dawes
  • ProducerShel Kagan
  • Technician [Technical Assistance Atlantic]Gene Paul
  • Technician [Technical Assistance Elektra]Tom Hummer
  • Technician [Technical Assistance Wally Heider Studios]Bruce Ellison
  • Voice ActorCarroll O'Connor, Jean Stapleton, Mike Evans , Rob Reiner, Sally Struthers
  • Written-ByBryan Joseph , Burt Styler, Don Nicholl, Jerry Mayer, Norman Lear, Philip Mishkin, Rob Reiner, Sandy Stern , Susan Harris


  • Rights Society: ASCAP


  • Record Company – Atlantic Recording Corporation
  • Produced For – Bud Yorkin-Norman Lear Tandem Production
  • Copyright (c) – Atlantic Recording Corporation
  • Copyright (c) – Tandem Productions, Inc.
  • Mastered At – Artisan Sound Recorders
  • Mastered At – Atlantic Studios
  • Published By – New Tandem Music Co.
  • Manufactured By – RCA Music Service – S 113979


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