RE: [spidey-jazz] Re: hello?
- Im also on Soulseek. Would it be possible to get your soulseek name so I can check some of that out??? Mine is kingkirby.
From: revoltsixsixsix [mailto:revoltsixsixsix@...]
Sent: Sat 31/01/2004 5:00 PM
Subject: [spidey-jazz] Re: hello?
--- In email@example.com, "Chris Want" <chiahos@y...> wrote:
> > by the way.. any progress on getting a real cd to be put out?
> I have nothing new to report.
> BTW: to the person who identified 'Break Thru' as
> a spiderman cue: what episode did you hear that
> one in? I don't recall ever hearing it ... seems
> a bit too 'surfy' for spidey.
Yeah, I think that may have been me...I can't remember which
episode...I'll have to check my files again...I think it was one of
those beautiful hack jobs that spidey did, because I think only the
first little bit was used..I'll have a look through my files and let
As for the guy in Winnipeg...I'm also in Winnipeg (by Grant Park),
and I used to live in the North End (North Kildonan to be exact)...I
was on my brothers radio show over Christmas and had a chance to play
a whole set of clips from the episodes/original music/and the Mole
I've also been in touch with KPM/APM music and they have sent me a
contract that I can sign to get full access to their music files to
do more searching...it costs me nothing until I want to use the
music, then there is a standard fee per needle drop (I think this may
have been talked about before)...
Hopefully we can all get this group back up and running again...still
think that its an amazing idea for a release of original music...I'm
on SoulSeek and the amount of Library Muisc I've found on there is
unreal! I've already made myself 6 80 minute cd's of Library
Music...and that's just some of the stuff from the KPM library that
Ive managed to find....probably have another 2 discs worth! This
music has got to be out there somewhere, hopefully I'll be able to
find some more obscure stuff through KPM themselves...we'll see how
Like I said, hopefully we can all get this group back up and running!
Talk to you all later,
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> I've also been in touch with KPM/APM music and they have sent me aCool, I got turned down when I tried to get access.
> contract that I can sign to get full access to their music files to
> do more searching...it costs me nothing until I want to use the
> music, then there is a standard fee per needle drop (I think this may
> have been talked about before)...
So far I've only seen 3 albums that have music
from the right time period: #194, #325, and #326.
Could you check out the following tracks?
(some of them are unlikely, but these are
the ones I've never heard)
*** KPM 194:
1 Big Tom Cat C Blackwell
Late 50s or early 60s pop guitar feature.
3 Let's Dance N Jenkins
Fun pop vocal.
6 Beautiful Girls N Jenkins
West coast surfing vocals.
8 Duke of Carnaby B Martin / P Coulter
Satire on Mod fashion - vaudeville flavour.
9 Setting the Trends B Martin / P Coulter
Pop vocal in the style of The Beach Boys.
13 Make it with Me J Moran
Early flower power pop.
14 Soft Winds G Giltrap
Atmospheric psychedelic electric guitar feature.
24 Blue Peter H Ashworth-Hope
Children's television theme.
25 Captain Pugwash J Pearson
Children's television theme featuring solo accordian.
37 Soul Organ Blues A Hawkshaw
Sleazy, late-night blues featuring Hammond organ combo.
*** KPM 326:
1 Mad March S Dale
Lively comedy march.
11 Mods and Rockers B Martin / P Coulter
Driving fuzz box guitar feature.
14 We're on Top of the World B Martin / P Coulter
Optimistic pop vocal.