Producer – Terry Moss.
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It was released by the Standard Music Library label, set up in 1968 by Bucks Music and London Weekend Television who also supplied production music for use in TV, commercials, radio and film. Sam Fonteyn - "One Way Trip" (Cool version) (2:46). Dennis Farnon - "Night Shade" (long) (1:02). Dennis Farnon - "Night Shade" (short) (0:33).
Fonteyn's work has been heard on television since he recorded for Boosey & Hawkes in the 1970s. A music library recording was used as the theme of the British sitcom Please Sir! in 1968, and "Pop Looks Bach", originally written for the 1976 Winter Olympics, was later used as the theme of the long-running television programme Ski Sunday. His work has been featured recently on SpongeBob SquarePants, Ren & Stimpy, Nirvanna the Band the Show, and Family Guy (a vaudeville duo use Fonteyn's "Galloping Gertie" as a vamp in a recurring gag).
Producer – Terry Moss. The Cavendish Orchestra - Recorded Music For Film, Radio Television DOWNLOAD. Dennis Farnon, Sound Studio Orchestra - Recorded Music For Film, Radio Tel. Various - Banda Sonora Original Del Film Sal Gorda1899 mb. Bappi Lahiri - Dilwaala1465 mb. Randy Vanwarmer - Terraform1498 mb.
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