Tuesday, March 28, 2017
Sunday, February 12, 2017
Hey, KaBlamtrons! There are only nine unknown tracks left to identify for this blog and I desperately need your help! These tracks listed are the ones that I could not find or might have missed on APM Music's search engine while extensively looking through some of their labels (KPM, Bruton, Sonoton, Selected Sound, etc.,). I'll give you clues as to how you can look for them on the search engine. Thank you and happy hunting!
So, don't pass on by, here's all the remaining tracks we have left to identify:
1. Comics For Tomorrow Today! 1 - Release Date: January 1988 - October 1996; Instrument Tag: Ethnic, Historical, Non Western > Non Western Violin
2. Comics For Tomorrow Today! 2 - I think this one might be from an early KPM or Selected Sound vinyl album, but I'm not sure.
3. The New Class 1 - Not sure if this is an APM track or from Sound Ideas. For APM: Release Date: January 1990 - October 1998; Tempo: 66 - 76 Medium Slow (Adagio)
4. The New Class 2 - This might be from a classical piece (possibly from CPM's Classical Series or from APM). Release Date: January 1985 - October 1998; Tempo: 60 - 66 Slow (Larghetto) Instrument Tags: Western > Piano, Strings
5. The New Class 3 - Release Date: January 1990 - October 1998; Tempo: 108 - 120 Medium Fast (Moderato); Mood Tags: Dramatic > Dangerous, Intense; Instrument Tags: Western > Strings
6. Just Chillin' - APM track or sound effect?
7. The Henry and June Show 1 - I think this was either originally composed for the show or possibly a stock production music track. In the instrument tags, check "Bass, Electric Bass" under Ethnic, Historical, Non Western instruments.
8. The Henry and June Show 2 - Release Date: January 1990 - August 1999; Tempo: 76 - 108 Medium (Andante); Genre > Rock
9. The Henry and June Show 3 - Also not sure if this one is from APM or originally composed. Release Date: January 1990 - August 1999; Tempo: 144 - 155
Sunday, November 27, 2016
"Mr" from Library Music Themes has identified one of the most sought out tracks for these episodes. This one was originally known as the theme to Giulio Paradisi's 1979 sci-fi flick, "Stridulum" (aka "The Visitor"), which was composed by Franco Micalizzi. The name was changed to "Space Adventure" when it was eventually added to BMG Zomba's "Score Music Series" library, one of the music labels for Killer Tracks.
A big thanks for that find!