- Agreed! Henry s CD is awesome. Some of the tracks sound as good as anything recorded in the late 60 s. I recently bought a new car (2006 Honda Civic Coupe)Message 1 of 4 , Oct 19, 2007View SourceAgreed!Henry's CD is awesome. Some of the tracks sound as good as anything recorded in the late 60's.I recently bought a new car (2006 Honda Civic Coupe) and since it kinda looks like a spy car my two sons (7and 10 years old) decided that the track "Get Him Boys" would be its theme song. Spidey TNG!!!That CD lives in the car stereo and every time they get in the car they insist that I blast that track. It kicks ass. Here's a message from my sons: "Henry, you rock... duuude".Dan Nolan----- Original Message ----
From: Henry R. Kujawa <profh@...>
Sent: Thursday, October 18, 2007 10:09:32 PM
Subject: [spidey-jazz] Re: thanks for everything!
Welcome to the group!
Yep, a lot of work went into research, remastering, etc. I doubt
anything found online sounds QUITE as good as the actual CD, so if
you'd like a copy of that, get in touch with me direct via my e-mail
address and maybe we can set up a trade.
By my figuring, at least HALF of the "KPM Library" tracks used in the
2nd & 3rd seasons have NOT turned up yet...
Ask a question on any topic and get answers from real people. Go to Yahoo! Answers.
- Daniel Nolan wrote: decided that the track Get Him Boys would be its theme song. Spidey TNG!!! Ah, yes-- Syd Dale! I know the title The Hell RaisersMessage 2 of 4 , Oct 19, 2007View SourceDaniel Nolan wrote:
"decided that the track "Get Him Boys" would be its theme song.
Ah, yes-- Syd Dale! I know the title "The Hell Raisers" could be for
any sort of generic trouble, but it cracks me up that it was also used
in 'THE EVIL SORCERER" in the scene where Kotep summons his
demon-army. "Hell-Raiser" indeed!
"Here's a message from my sons: "Henry, you rock... duuude"."
I've really slowed down on custom CDs since putting that thing
together (it was just so time-consuming). But this year I did a few
comparitively "simple" projects. If anybody's like custom versions of
DR. NO, FROM RUSSIA WITH LOVE and ON HER MAJESTY'S SECRET SERVICE,
e-mail me about it. All 3 are "chronological" (in the order of the
films) and the first 2 have a lot of material never issued on LP or
CD-- especially the first one. Even with some low-grade MP3s involved,
they've still increased my appreciation (and enjoyment) of the scores