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VA - Television’s Greatest Hits Volume 1: From the 50’s and 60’s [Vinyl] (1985)

Classic, Jazz, Soundtrack | Author: artmuss | 24-06-2019, 15:24
VA - Television’s Greatest Hits Volume 1: From the 50’s and 60’s [Vinyl] (1985)Artist: Various Artists
Title Of Album: Television’s Greatest Hits Volume 1: From the 50’s and 60’s
Year Of Release: 1985
Label (Catalog#): TVT Records [TVT 1100]
Genre: Soundtrack, TV Music
Quality: FLAC (*tracks)
Bitrate: Lossless
Time: 1:25:22
Full Size: 396 mb

This is the disc (originally a double-LP) that started it all, 65 themes from television shows ranging from the mid-1950s until the late 1960s, from, say, Rin-Tin-Tin through Mannix and Mission Impossible. The sound quality is variable -- some of this stuff was taken off of film elements -- and some of it is clever re-records, but it's all very familiar and, in some cases, rather enlightening. Not that there are revelations to be found in much of this, but fans of the late Joe Meek might be interested to know just how much of his production technique and signature sound found its way into the theme music from, say, Fireball XL-5. The producers have included opening and closing themes linked together where that latter add significantly to the material. Popular choices here include The Munsters, The Addams Family, Top Cat, The Flinstones, The Jetsons, Dobie Gillis, My Three Sons, Superman, Bonanza, Branded, Daniel Boone, The Rifleman, Perry Mason, Ironside, Dragnet, 77 Sunset Strip, The Mod Squad, etc.


01] Peer Gynt-Morning Suite
Talking Voices (performed by): Don Pardo
Music Composed by Edvard Grieg

02] Captain Kangaroo (Puffin' Billy)
Music Composed by Edward White

03] The Little Rascals (Good Old Days)
Music Composed by Roy Shields
First appeared in the 1930 Our Gang/Little Rascals short "Teacher's Pet"

04] The Flintstones (Meet The Flintstones)
Background Vocals sung by The Skip-Jacks
Instruments played by a "22-piece Jazz band"
(Music & Lyrics) Written by Hoyt Curtin, William Hanna & Joseph Barbera

05] The Woody Woodpecker Show
Music Composed by George Tibbles & Ramey Idriss

06] Bugs Bunny Overture (This Is It)
Written by Jerry Livingston & Mack David

07] Casper, The Friendly Ghost
Written by Jerry Livingston & M. David

08] Felix The Cat
Written by Winston Sharples
Soprano Vocals performed by Ann Bennett

09] Popeye
Written by Sammy Lerner
Music Arranged by Winston Sharples

10] Yogi Bear
Written by H. Curtin, W. Hanna & J. Barbera

11] Magilla Gorilla
Written by H. Curtin, W. Hanna & J. Barbera

12] Top Cat
Written by H. Curtin, W. Hanna, J. Barbera & Evelyn Timmens

13] The Jetsons ("Meet George Jetson")
Written by H. Curtin, W. Hanna & J. Barbera

14] Fireball XL-5
Written by Barry Gray
Vocals sung by Don Spencer

15] Howdy Doody
Lyrics Written by Buffalo Bob Smith & Edward Kean
Talking Voices: Buffalo Bob Smith
Background Vocals: "A Choir of 40-Children"
Music based on the vaudeville song "Ta-ra-ra Boom-de-ay", originally credited as composed by Henry J. Sayers

16] Test of the Emergency Broadcast System—Duck and Cover
EBS Voice: Don Pardo
"Duck and Cover" Songwriting Credited to Civil Defense Department

17] The Beverly Hillbillies (Ballad of Jed Clampett)
Performed by Flatt & Scruggs featuring Jerry Scoggins
Written by Paul Henning

18] Petticoat Junction
Written by P. Henning & Curt Massey
Vocals sung by Curt Massey

19] Green Acres
Performed by Eddie Albert & Eva Gabor
Written by Vic Mizzy

20] Mr. Ed
Vocals Performed by Jay Livingston
Music Composed by Jay Livingston
Lyrics Written by Ray Evans

21] The Munsters
Music Composed by Jack Marshall

22] The Addams Family
Written & Arranged by Vic Mizzy
Background Vocals: Vic Mizzy
Finger Snaps & Additional Voices: Ted Cassidy

23] My Three Sons
Music Composed by Frank De Vol

24] The Donna Reed Show
Music Composed by Howard Greenfield & Jack Keller

25] Leave It To Beaver (The Toy Parade)
Music Composed by Dave Kahn, Melvyn Leonard & Mort Greene

26] Dennis the Menace
Music Composed by John Seely & William Loose

27] Dobie Gillis
Music Composed by Lionel Newman
Lyrics Written by Max Shulman
Vocals performed by Judd Conlon's Rhythmaires

28] The Patty Duke Show
Written by Robert Wells, Sid Ramin & Harry Geller
Vocals Sung by The Skip-Jacks

29] The Dick Van Dyke Show
Music Composed by Earle Hagen

30] Gilligan's Island
Written by George Wyle & Sherwood Schwartz

31] McHale's Navy
Music Composed by Axel Stordahl

32] I Dream of Jeannie (Jeannie)
Music Composed by Hugo Montenegro & Buddy Kaye

33] I Love Lucy
Music Composed by Eliot Daniel & Harold Adamson

34] The Andy Griffith Show
Performed by Earle Hagen
Music Composed by E. Hagen & Herbert W. Spencer

35] Please Stand By
Voices: Don Pardo

36] Star Trek
Written by Alexander Courage
Monologue Voice narrated by William Shatner
Soprano Vocals sung by Loulie Jean Norman

37] Lost In Space
Music Composed by Johnny T. Williams

38] The Twilight Zone
Music Composed by Marius Constant

39] Alfred Hitchcock Presents ("Funeral March of a Marionette")
Music Composed by Charles Gounod

40] Superman ("Superman March")
Written & Arranged by Leon Klatzkin
Narrator Voiced by Bill Kennedy[

41] Batman
Written by Neal Hefti
Contains replayed elements from "To the Batmobile", as performed by Nelson Riddle with Adam West & Burt Ward, with Dialog written by Lorenzo Semple Jr.

42] Flipper
Music Composed by Henry Vars

43] Combat
Music Composed by Leonard Rosenman

44] The Rifleman
Music Composed by Herschel Burke Gilbert

45] Bonanza
Performed by Al Caiola
Music Composed by Jay Livingston & Ray Evans

46] Branded
Written by Dominic Frontiere & Alan Alch

47] F Troop
Written by William Lava & Irving Taylor

48] Rin Tin Tin
Music Composed by Stanley Keyana

49] Daniel Boone
Music Composed by Lionel Newman
Lyrics Written by Ken Darby
Lyrics Credited to Vera Matson

50] The Wild Wild West
Music Composed by Richard Markowitz

51] The Lone Ranger (William Tell Overture)
Music Composed by Gioachino Rossini
Music Arranged by Ben Bonnell
Orchestra conducted by Daniel Perez Castaneda
Narrator Voices: Gerald Mohr & Fred Foy
Sampled Voice ("Hi-Yo Silver"): Earle W. Graser

52] The Roy Rogers Show ("Happy Trails")
Written by Dale Evans & Foy Willing

53] We Interrupt This Program...News Medley
Additional Voices: Don Pardo
Featuring Music Composed by Ludwig van Beethoven

54] Mission Impossible
Music Composed by Lalo Schifrin

55] The Man From U.N.C.L.E.
Music Composed by Jerry Goldsmith

56] Get Smart
Music Composed by Irving Szathmary

57] Secret Agent Man
Performed by Johnny Rivers
Written by P. F. Sloan & Steve Barri

58] Dragnet (Theme and March)
Performed by Ray Anthony
Written by Walter Schumann
Music based on the "Main Title", from the 1946 film "The Killers", composed & performed by Mikl?s R?zsa[

59] Perry Mason ("Park Avenue Beat")
Music composed by Fred Steiner

60] Adam 12
Written by Frank Comstock

61] The F.B.I.
Music Composed by Bronis?aw Kaper

62] Hawaii Five-0
Performed by The Ventures
Music Composed by Morton Stevens

63] 77 Sunset Strip
Written by Jerry Livingston & Mack David

64] Surfside 6
Written by Jerry Livingston & M. David

65] Ironside
Music Composed by Quincy Jones

66] Mannix
Music Composed by L. Schifrin

67] The Mod Squad
Music Composed by Earle Hagen

68] The Tonight Show (Johnny's Theme)
Music Composed by Johnny Carson & Paul Anka

69] The Late Late Show (Syncopated Clock)
Music Composed by Leroy Anderson

70] WTV Toons Sign Off/Our National Anthem
Voices: Don Pardo
Music Composed by Francis Scott Key



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