Wednesday, January 21, 2009

You're not hallucinating. I did have an album posted. But the owner asked me to take it down. I don't want to step on anyone's toes. I'll post more music next week.

17 comments:

litlgrey said...

Oh, you DID yoink it. Excellent. Milwaukee John told me he was concerned about his old comp being posted, and I let him you you wuz a top flight citizen who would do right by him right away.

Thanks for remaining a top flight citizen1

totalrod2 said...

Hmm, the question is how long before I should be concerned too? Sometimes the scores of music blogs that exsist today seem almost too good to last. Oh well, if anything DOES happen in the future, we'll still have SoulSeek....maybe

litlgrey said...

If you check the albums you want to post for their licensing safety, I recommend using:

http://www.riaaradar.com/

totalrod2 said...

Heh, that's pretty good. Thanks Litlgrey!

Steve Carras said...

Hey, Bryan, *I* at least maange to download the whole thing and found a Bill Loose track, "Bargain Sale", which I IMMEDIATLY recognized from that goofy 1962 monkey child bike safety comic flick, "One Got Fat", narrated by Edward Everett Horton, there, as well as "Housewives Choice"[Cadin-Bluestone, from the Augie Doggie shorts.]

totalrod2 said...

He knows his cartoons! ;) Speaking of Augie Doggie...it's funny how popular that "Jimmy Durante-type" voiceover was in 1960's. Gotta love it.
- Hotcha-cha!

litlgrey said...

Hanna-Barbera started giving their dog characters Jimmy Durante voices earlier than that.

The gruff bulldog Spike, originally voiced by one of my all-time favorite voice actors, Billy Bletcher, was changed to a Durante imitation about 1950 - a bit before they gave Spike a yappy son named Tyke.

Overall, the Durante Spike was a far less threatening adversary for Tom Cat than the Bletcher Spike had been: in the 1940s, Spike was a deliciously psychotic and violent brute.

WIL fan said...

What? I missed a chance to get a Bill Loose Hi-Q cue? Grrr.

That's what I get for not checking the site more often.

Jim

Steve Carras said...

I noticed another recongixzable cue, by Southern Composer [see "Bakainange"'s site, "Scaudenfruedian{sp?] Therapy", Frank Sterling, "Cinnamon Stick", used on a Gumby short from 1967, "Gabby Auntie" [the sleep-driving Pokey episode; it's the cue that opens it.].

Steve Carras said...

"The Steve Martin on" another librayr here "is not THE Steve martin"...And there was a "Barry White" I think on that album, obviously

Steve Carras said...

Plus it seems the Southern Library that Baikanange had on her site had a lot of familiar composers..I recognize P.Pares's "Elves Factory" from I THINK Augie Doggie, and in Frank Sterling's "Periwinkle" and some other sseem recognizable..I think "Augie' used that one.

Steve Carras said...

BTW, "Cinnamon Stick" by Frank Sterling, used under the opening as I speak of, in the sleepdriving episode of Gumby, 1967's Gabby Auintie, IS in the Bruton Library, which someone on Golden Age Cartoons Forum also said, and you can go to "APM.com".
BTW I also like Henrik neilsen, too, that Baikinange or you posted, such as Homeward Ho and Sunsine Patrol, according to "ASCAP" or "BMi" his music was used in Gumby as well,and I seem to recall Ren and Stmpy using it too.

totalrod2 said...

I think Ren & Stimpy is what got me into collecting library music. Sick, I know. Of course that shit was funny as hell to a stoned genereration X-er growing up in the '90's. I didn't have too many friends either, so I spent PLENTY of time watching tv. But I loved this type of music even when I was a little kid. Hmm...maybe that's why I didn't have many friends!
Bryan
(soul searching on a Saturday night)

Steve Carras said...

Thru searching on APM.com which has a lot of old sotc cue,s on Bruton, I found a few more cues from the 1967 Gumby short "Gabby Auntie"-the "Gumby's aunt Gumbittiy puts Pokey to sleep with her nonstop chatter, so he sleep wlaks and drives Gumby's old car" one I mention--I found a few others, including the catchy fast chase cue used when Gumby borrows a hovercraft to catch Pokey-Roger Roger's "Chase Me Chester", and a Max Saunder's "Capering Clowns", used right before this as Gumby & Aunt Gumbitty get stuck in the latter's car between two rubbery trtees! Also recoginzed a cue by a Conrad Leonard titled "Charlie the Chimp" from elsewhere.

These are on Bruton Music's "1960s archives." Louis De Franscesco, a real, real, oldtimer [IMDB.com gives his birthdate as 1888, and death as 1974], did a lot on Carlin [heard on both APM and Play Production Music] on the "Fanfares" [CAS 21] & "Western Panarama" [CAS 19] albums on Carlin music.His "Wagon Trail" can be heard in a "Quick Draw McGraw" short called "Bow Wow Bandit'[1959], which is one of the more unusual "Quick Draw McGraw" cartoons since it has Quick Draw and the bandido of the short fighting over Baba Looey, whom the bandido's kidnapped. His [Lou DeFrancesco's] "Nostalgia News March Number Two" can be heard on the open title card of Arthur Clokey's 1957 "The Racing Game", with Gumby, which IS on the current Classic Media "The Gumby Essentails", which has a handufl of audio restored Gumby's,m with original soundtracks. Unfortunately, it also has the crappy 1980s shows..:(

Max Saunnders and Conrad Leonard maybe Roger Roger's work under a pseudonym, a la "Cecil Leuter", and I recognize a lot of his stuff on some of the files posted, such as "Busy Morning" and "Penguin Walk" from "Augie Doggie","Super Snooper and Blabber","Augie Doggie","Gumby","Ren and Stimpy,"etc.

Also on the Bruton Library, I recognized a lot of mother,s Roger Rogers's "Slippery Sid".

totalrod2 said...

I just listened to "Chase Me Chester". Whew, can you imagine someone blaring THAT music in their car? They'll be locked up for sure. LOL! Of course, now everyone is probably wondering what type of music this is we're talking about. So I've captured the audio using Audacity If anyone wants to have a listen, here it is:
http://www.divshare.com/flash/playlist?myId=7016361-aec

Bryan

litlgrey said...

I don't see how you play this file.

totalrod2 said...

Copy and paste that link to your address bar. Once there, look at the very top of that page, you'll see a "player". Click on the arrow to play. It might hiccup at first. That's just because it takes a few seconds for the song to actually load. I just tried the link....it's working fine.