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Old 10-10-2022, 03:25 PM   #21 (permalink)
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Default Les Hurdle – Soul Train (1974)

Les Hurdle – "Soul Train" (1974). Library track from Themes International Music Vol. 1 (TIM 1018).

"Themes International was a British production music library founded in 1973 by Alan Parker. By mid-1980s it was acquired by EMI through KPM Music and consenquently folded into the latter. The label's last album was issued in 1999."

I think Les Hurdle was often Alan Hawshaw’s session bassist. Sounds like they’re tipping their hat to Kool & the G’s Jungle Boogie which came out a year earlier. (or perhaps a bit of "Pick up the Pieces" from 1974??)


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Old 10-10-2022, 05:41 PM   #22 (permalink)
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Default Werner Tautz - Full Action (1976)

Werner Tautz - "Full Action" (1976) - Harmonic Music Library - CBG666. From the album "Moods For Orchestra", 1976.



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Old 10-10-2022, 06:36 PM   #23 (permalink)
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Default Reg Tilsley – Warlock (1972)

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Reg Tilsley – "Warlock" (1972) – From the library album Tilsley Orchestral No. 10 (Music De Wolfe – DW/LP 3255).



This was a close one between "Warlock" and "Hold the Road", but Warlock got it cos of the wah and I just had to show some 70's NFL:


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Old 10-11-2022, 06:37 PM   #24 (permalink)
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I believe I heard the Soul Train song before. I like the Full Action song, that era of mid/late 70's had some very nice bombastic songs.

As for the NFL Films, yeah there's a lot of great production music used in that. A song I was looking for(I have it on a disc somewhere) was a song entitled "Bonzana", I believe it was done by Syd Dale.

It was the closing of the 1969 Redskins yearbook, with Vince Lombardi walking in slow-mo off the field.
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Old 10-11-2022, 06:44 PM   #25 (permalink)
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"Edit" I found the clip I was talking about youtu.be/NVmcQPwtXaM?t=1237
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Default Pierre Arvay - Skyway (1976)

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I believe I heard the Soul Train song before. I like the Full Action song, that era of mid/late 70's had some very nice bombastic songs.
As for the NFL Films, yeah there's a lot of great production music used in that. A song I was looking for(I have it on a disc somewhere) was a song entitled "Bonzana", I believe it was done by Syd Dale.
It was the closing of the 1969 Redskins yearbook, with Vince Lombardi walking in slow-mo off the field.
Bombastic. I’m learning some great new music vocab, cheers QX! (I tried to find the original credits for the Redskins tune but couldn’t find Bonzana or Bonanza. Will look again.)

Another De Wolfe composer was Pierre Arvay. Just heard Skyway today. Really nice track. (Edit: a sort of meandering melancholy with groove, and some scrunchy brass chords). It's on DWCR 001 and also on his Cradle of Time album 1976. Wasn't sure if I was getting beamed up by a ufo, or had just walked into a dimly lit Paris bar at 2am.

He also has a more classical version called Sky Way 1 on his webpage Pierre Arvay . Musiques. Described as intense nostalgic piano.


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Old 10-15-2022, 11:46 PM   #27 (permalink)
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Here's another theme that hasn't been identified yet.
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The Pierre Arvay Skyway track, I've heard before. Very nice song.
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Here's another theme that hasn't been identified yet.
I don’t know that 1977-1983 World Series one. (I believe Kevin Gavin did the 1974 version and Clark Gault/Roger Tallman did the 1983-88 version.)

Perhaps Score Productions (Bob Israel, Edd Kalehoff, Charles Fox...)? Or Omnimusic?

The only other one I heard with French horn like that is ABC’s “Monday Night Baseball Opening 1979” (watch?v=aL8SKUqzEzM) But I don't know who wrote that one either.
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The Pierre Arvay Skyway track, I've heard before. Very nice song.
I still haven’t identified the NBC baseball clip.

Re. Arvay’s Skyway, I listened to Albert Ayler’s “Spirits” from 1965. The melody sounds very similar. Beautiful!



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