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Instrumentals - Vol 18
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RWC
2021-04-04 23:43:24 UTC
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Anton Karas, zither solo - "The Third Man" Theme [London 30005] - 1950


Henry Mancini AHO - The Pink Panther Theme [RCA 8286] - 1964


Henry Mancini AHO - Peter Gunn Theme [RCA 7460] - 1959


Lawrence Welk - Zero-Zero [Dot 16420] - 1962

stereo mix and video of song being performed on the LW show


Bent Fabric {Danish} and His Piano - Alley Cat [Atco 6226] - 1962

original hit 45rpm version, not the common alt. take

{Dave} Baby Cortez - Rinky Dink [Julia/Chess 1829] - 1962

Billboard #10

Barney Kessel (Orchestra conducted by) - Honey Rock [Verve 10070 B] - Aug 1957


OT The Ventures - Hawaii Five-0 [Liberty 56068] - Sep 1968; rec. April 1968

original theme song

The Ventures - Out Of Limits [LP Dolton 'The Ventures In Space' A1] - 1964


Dick Dale and The Del-Tones - Let's Go Trippin' [Deltone 5017-1;;CA] - 1961

md
2021-04-05 13:25:15 UTC
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Anton Karas, zither solo - "The Third Man" Theme [London 30005] - 1950
http://youtu.be/rDrEsBhQLo0
Henry Mancini AHO - The Pink Panther Theme [RCA 8286] - 1964
http://youtu.be/07RZEJy4opU
Henry Mancini AHO - Peter Gunn Theme [RCA 7460] - 1959
http://youtu.be/K87U6rTxE_E
Three in a row that I really like.

--md

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RWC
2021-04-05 14:48:51 UTC
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Anton Karas, zither solo - "The Third Man" Theme [London 30005] - 1950
http://youtu.be/rDrEsBhQLo0
Henry Mancini AHO - The Pink Panther Theme [RCA 8286] - 1964
http://youtu.be/07RZEJy4opU
Henry Mancini AHO - Peter Gunn Theme [RCA 7460] - 1959
http://youtu.be/K87U6rTxE_E
Three in a row that I really like.
--md
Thanks for that, Mark.

I continue to select songs as I systematically work down the list of my mp3s,
as listed by the indispensible file search and filter app 'Everything'.
However, once I've chosen ten or more songs for a post I re-arrange them,
roughly speaking, from 'mild' to 'wild' (pleasant 'adult' pop to 'teen' garage rock).

And I always try to find links with passable or better sound quality.

Believe it or not, I'm wanting to post 20 doo-wop play lists (in just one post)
within the next few months. As a sample, this is play list #1 of 20:

Doo Wop Detective #1


01. The Argyles - Moonbeam [Bally 1030] - 1957
02. The Serenaders - Please Give Me One More Chance [Whiz 1500;;NYC] - 1957
03. The Dreamlovers - If I Should Lose You [End 1114] - 1962
04. The Desires {NYC} - Rendezvous with You [Hull 733] - 1960
05. The Meadowlarks - Please (Say You Love Me) [Original Sound 3;;Hollywood] - late 1958
06. The Mascots - Waited So Long [Rumble 4197] - 1967; rec. 1960
07. The Joel Katz & The Autumns - Dearest Little Angel [Clifton 34] - 1962
08. The Del Rios - Just Across The Street [Stax 125] - 1962
09. The Upfronts - Most of the Pretty Young Girls [Lummtone 114] - 1964
10. The Vocaleers - A Golden Tear [Twistime 11] - 1962
11. The Marcels - High On A Hill [Queen Bee 47001] - 1973
12. The Decoys {Brooklyn} - For You [Aanko 1005-A] - 1962
13. The Butlers - Loveable Girl [Guytone 2081] - 1963
14. The Neons - Magic Moment [Challenge 59147] - 1962
15. The Blendtones - Lovers [Success 101] - 1963
16. The Intruders - I'm Sold (On You) [Gowen 1401 A] - 1961
17. The Silhouettes - I Wish I could be There [Grand 142] - 1962
18. The Royal Jesters - I Want To Be Loved [Cobra 7777;;TX] - 1963
19. The Hideaways - Can't Help Loving That Girl Of Mine [Ronnie 1000] - 1954
20. The Charters - I Lost You [Arva 1001] - 1963
21. The Uptones - No More [Lute 6225] - 1962
22. The Jive Chords {Brooklyn} - Why Can't You Be True [unreleased] - c.1962
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