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May 31, 2016 9:00 am  #1


Spider-Man cues

This is really a post for JimmyRich, requesting a repost of all the Spidey library info (if you kept a backup and don't have to rewrite it, at least). I may have uncovered some more clues in my research, but I'd like to look at the current breakdowns first.

Thanks!!!

Last edited by TServo2049 (May 31, 2016 9:00 am)

 

May 31, 2016 1:02 pm  #2


Re: Spider-Man cues

I might have a copy of his list somewhere.  I'll check.

 

May 31, 2016 8:35 pm  #3


Re: Spider-Man cues

I have the original file, but I need to update it.

I'll post it later tonight.

 

 

May 31, 2016 10:40 pm  #4


Re: Spider-Man cues

MASTER LIST OF SPIDER-MAN LIBRARY / PRODUCTION MUSIC (1967-70)

Version 2.0      May 31, 2016

All music identified in this version marker by *.



KPM pre-1000 series (original stereo 78s; KPM LPs mono)

KPM 114 - LP 21 - The Square Squad - Kenny Graham - used in 3rd season only
KPM 114 - LP 21 - Prowl Car - Kenny Graham
KPM 114 - LP 21 - Street Beat - Kenny Graham
KPM 114 - LP 21 - Rat Race - Kenny Graham
KPM 115 - LP 21 - Highway Hullabaloo - Kenny Graham
KPM 115 - LP 21 - Shopping Jaunt - Kenny Graham
KPM 115 - LP 21 - Panic Patrol - Kenny Graham
KPM 115 - LP 21 - Big Deal! - Kenny Graham
KPM 203 - LP 37 - Blast Off 1 - Syd Dale
KPM 203 - LP 37 - Blast Off 2 - Syd Dale
KPM 203 - LP 37 - Outcome - Syd Dale
KPM 204 - LP 37 - That's Life - Syd Dale
KPM 204 - LP 37 - The Aggressor - Syd Dale
KPM 204 - LP 37 - Ready for Action - Syd Dale
KPM 204 - LP 37 - Rescue Squad - Syd Dale
KPM 205 - LP 37 - The Stalking Game - Syd Dale
KPM 205 - LP 37 - Breakout - Syd Dale
KPM 205 - LP 37 - The Waiting Game - Syd Dale
KPM 205 - LP 37 - Sudden Scuffle - Syd Dale
KPM 206 - LP 37 - Alarm Call - Syd Dale
KPM 206 - LP 37 - Struggle Free - Syd Dale
KPM 207 - LP 37 - Staccato Curtain - Syd Dale
KPM 201 - LP 38 - Breaking Point - Syd Dale *
KPM 201 - LP 38 - Chain Reaction - Syd Dale *
KPM 226 - LP 41 - Power Drive - Johnny Pearson
KPM 227 - LP 41 - Rat Trap - Syd Dale


KPM 1000 series

KPM1001 - The Eyelash - Johnny Hawksworth
KPM1001 - Beat to Begin - Johnny Hawksworth
KPM1001 - Latin Gear - Johnny Hawksworth
KPM1001 - Beat Street - Johnny Hawksworth 
KPM1002 - The Hell Raisers - Syd Dale
KPM1002 - Walk In A Nightmare - Syd Dale
KPM1002 - Slipstream B - Syd Dale
KPM1002 - Walk and Talk - Syd Dale
KPM1002 - Quite Contrary - Syd Dale
KPM1002 - Dream Fantasy - Syd Dale
KPM1015 - Big Bass Guitar - Bill Martin & Phil Coulter
KPM1015 - Mr. Chesterton's Dog - Alan Hawkshaw (not Bill Martin & Phil Coulter)
KPM1015 - Mods & Rockers - Bill Martin & Phil Coulter
KPM1015 - Drive On - Alan Hawkshaw - used in 3rd season only
KPM1015 - L.S.D. - Bill Martin & Phil Coulter
KPM1015 - Discothik - Bill Martin & Phil Coulter
KPM1015 - We're on Top of the World (inst.) - Bill Martin & Phil Coulter
KPM1015 - Raver - Alan Hawkshaw
KPM1017 - Stand By - David Lindup
KPM1017 - Men Of Action - David Lindup
KPM1017 - Action Stations - David Lindup
KPM1017 - Zero Hour - David Lindup
KPM1017 - Maelstrom - Syd Dale (not J. Pearson)
KPM1017 - Grand Prix - Johnny Pearson
KPM1017 - Juggernaut - David Lindup
KPM1017 - Swing In - Syd Dale
KPM1017 - The Washington Affair - Syd Dale
KPM1017 - News Views - Syd Dale
KPM1017 - Stop, Look & Listen - David Lindup
KPM1017 - Unarmed Combat - David Lindup *
KPM1018 - Veiled Threat A - David Lindup
KPM1018 - Forewarning C - Syd Dale
KPM1018 - Looks Like Trouble B - Syd Dale *
KPM1018 - Looks Like Trouble C - Syd Dale
KPM1018 - Sixth Sense - David Lindup
KPM1018 - Trap Door - David Lindup
KPM1018 - Suspense Musical Saw - Johnny Hawksworth - used in 3rd season only
KPM1018 - Dread and Danger - Syd Dale *


Joseph Weinberger / JW Theme Music

Opus 27 - Colt 45 - Howard Blake
Opus 27 - Colt 45 - They! Are Coming! *
Opus 27 - Colt 45 - Kraken *


Capitol/Carlin CPM series

CPM 004 - Pop Hit - William Loose & Emil Cadkin
CPM 004 - Popster Party - William Loose & Emil Cadkin
CPM 004 - Grooving Along - William Loose & Emil Cadkin
CPM 004 - Freak Out Party - William Loose & Emil Cadkin
CPM 004 - Hip Scene - William Loose & Emil Cadkin
CPM 004 - Melodic Beat - William Loose & Emil Cadkin
CPM 005 - Danger(ous) Stealth - William Loose & Emil Cadkin
CPM 005 - Operation Zone - William Loose & Emil Cadkin
CPM 005 - Secret Affair - William Loose & Emil Cadkin

"Dangerous Stealth", "Operation Zone", "Secret Affair" actually Industrial 10, 7, 22 (see below).


Capitol HI-Q series

D91-92 - OK-562 Tension - Loose/Cookerly/Cadkin - used?
D91-92 - OK-565 Tension - Loose/Cookerly/Cadkin - used?
D91-92 - OK-523 Tension - Loose/Cookerly/Cadkin - used?
D91-92 - OK-524 Tension - Loose/Cookerly/Cadkin - used?
D91-92 - OK-552 Heavy Tension - Loose/Cookerly/Cadkin
D91-92 - OK-553 Heavy Tension - Loose/Cookerly/Cadkin - used?
D91-92 - OK-566 Tension - Loose/Cookerly/Cadkin
D91-92 - OK-567 Tension - Loose/Cookerly/Cadkin
D91-92 - OK-522 Tension - Loose/Cookerly/Cadkin - used?
D91-92 - OK-551 Tension - Loose/Cookerly/Cadkin
D91-92 - OK-516 Fight-Punches - Loose/Cookerly/Cadkin
D91-92 - OK-519 Fight-Punches - Loose/Cookerly/Cadkin
D91-92 - OK-515 Fight-Punches - Loose/Cookerly/Cadkin
D91-92 - OK-563 Fight-Punches - Loose/Cookerly/Cadkin
D91-92 - OK-564 Fight-Punches - Loose/Cookerly/Cadkin
D91-92 - OK-520 Fight-Punches - Loose/Cookerly/Cadkin
D91-92 - OK-580 Fight-Punches - Loose/Cookerly/Cadkin
D91-92 - OK-581 Fight-Punches - Loose/Cookerly/Cadkin - used?
D91-92 - OK-582 Fight-Punches - Loose/Cookerly/Cadkin - used?
L135-136 - Industrial #7 - William Loose
L135-136 - Industrial #10 - William Loose
L135-136 - Industrial #22 - William Loose (full)
L135-136 - Industrial #24 - W. Loose (short w/fanfare)

Whole D91-92 album listed, but not all tracks used in Spider-Man?


Conroy BMLP series

BMLP 014 - War -  Edward Michael
BMLP 014 - Terror - Edward Michael
BMLP 017 - Crime Car - Paul Gerard
BMLP 017 - Street Riot - Paul Gerard
BMLP 017 - The Petrified Forest - Paul Gerard
BMLP 017 - The Big Creep - Paul Gerard
BMLP 017 - Flying Column - Paul Gerard
BMLP 017 - Los Banditos - Paul Gerard
BMLP 017 - The Twitch - Paul Gerard
BMLP 158 (orig. BM 349) - Fright A - D. Banks *
BMLP 158 (orig. BM 349) - Fright B - D. Banks *
BMLP 158 (orig. BM 349) - Fright D - D. Banks *
BMLP 158 (orig. BM 350) - Panic C - D. Banks *
BMLP 158 (orig. BM 350) - Panic E - D. Banks *



KNOWN COMPOSERS

D. Banks - Conroy BMLP *
Howard Blake - Josef Weinberger
Emil Cadkin - Capitol
Jack Cookerly - Capitol
Phil Coulter - KPM 1000
Syd Dale - KPM
Trevor Duncan - ?
Paul Gerard - Conroy BMLP
Kenny Graham - KPM pre-1000
Alan Hawkshaw - KPM 1000
Johnny Hawksworth - KPM 1000
Alan Langford - ?
David Lindup - KPM 1000
William Loose - Capitol
Bill Martin - KPM
Edward Michael - Conroy BMLP
Johnny Pearson - KPM

 

May 31, 2016 10:41 pm  #5


Re: Spider-Man cues

SPIDER-MAN SEASON 2 (1968-69) INCIDENTAL LIBRARY MUSIC

Version 2.0      May 31, 2016


This is a list of incidental music tracks in Spider-Man Season 2 (1968-69).
Some have been identified, some not.

This article supersedes an earlier one from May 2015, and has new info.
Plain-text format makes it easier to maintain. All Youtube references removed,
because of their limited duration.



LEGEND

[?] - Unknown track - Please help me find!
L&C - (William) Loose and (Emil) Cadkin
LCC - (William) Loose, (Jack) Cookerly, and (Emil) Cadkin
MSH - Marvel Super Heroes suite, probably by Trevor Duncan
OK - Code used by LCC for Capitol Hi-Q series
S1ET - Season One Ellis Track - non-library music composed by Ray Ellis
Sp. - Spider-Man, or Spidey for short

Each episode is approximately 22 minutes long, and has a commercial break
in the middle, hence "Part 1" and "Part 2". All timings are from the 
_Spider-Man '67 Collection_ DVD set.



Season 2 Episode 1 - ORIGIN OF SPIDER-MAN

All incidental music is S1ET.


Season 2 Episode 2 - KING-PINNED

Part 1: S1ET.

Part 2    car chase  0:00  "Beat Street" - J. Hawksworth
   Kingpin's castle  0:47  "Looks Like Trouble C" - S. Dale
  Jameson complains  1:02  no background music
       Sp. on scene  1:23  "The Hell Raisers" - S. Dale
   failed unmasking  2:50  "Trap Door" - D. Lindup
 exploding elevator  3:27  "Sixth Sense" - D. Lindup
     copter chase 1  4:01  "The Eyelash" - J. Hawksworth
     copter chase 2  5:08  "Beat to Begin" - J. Hawksworth
         blimp ride  6:00  "Beat to Begin" - J. Hawksworth
         swinging 1  7:01  "The Eyelash" - J. Hawksworth
    Sp. Saves Bugle  7:53  S1ET
         swinging 2  8:19  S1ET (vocal main theme)
   Peter & Aunt May  9:16  no background music
             ending  9:32  S1ET (inst. main theme)


Season 2 Episode 3 - SWING CITY

              intro  0:00  "Beat Street" - J. Hawksworth
   Peter/Rodney/gym  0:40  "Melodic Beat" - Loose & Cadkin
          classroom  1:32  "Walk and Talk" - S. Dale
  Sp.-Sonia fantasy  2:27  "Dream Fantasy" - S. Dale
         distracted  2:42  "Walk and Talk" - S. Dale
Peter saved by bell  2:57  "Hip Scene" - Loose & Cadkin
           swinging  3:40  "The Eyelash" - J. Hawksworth
  villain breaks in  3:57  "Slipstream B" - S. Dale
 trouble-free night  5:03  S1ET
       strange glow  6:02  S1ET
         earthquake  6:36  S1ET
       Villain rant  7:28  "Secret Affair" / "22 Industrial" - Loose & Cadkin
            fanfare  8:58  "24 Industrial" - Loose & Cadkin
Manhattan levitated  9:05  "Trap Door" - D. Lindup

    city in the air  0:06  "Dread and Danger" - S. Dale
      call to Sonia  0:18  "Stand By" - D. Lindup
    under Manhattan  1:47  S1ET
  subway vibrations  3:03  S1ET
up thru the tunnels  3:41  "Men of Action" - D. Lindup
     Sp. faces Tech  4:37  "Unarmed Combat" - D. Lindup
          powerless  5:47  "Sixth Sense" - D. Lindup
    Sp's web attack  6:47  S1ET
   kick/blasts/fall  7:03  S1ET
   aftermath: Sonia  8:36  [?] Capitol L&C?
             ending  9:07  S1ET


Season 2 Episode 4 - CRIMINALS IN THE CLOUDS

 intro/girl trouble  0:00  "Beat Street" - J. Hawksworth
 Peter: third wheel  0:23  "Hip Scene" - Loose & Cadkin
      possibilities  1:24  S1ET
  Peter meets coach  2:28  "Walk and Talk" - S. Dale
    enter Skymaster  3:20  "Looks like Trouble B - S. Dale
           plotting  3:49  "Rat Trap" - S. Dale
      kidnap of Roy  4:51  "Action Stations" - D. Lindup
        cloud cover  6:21  "Zero Hour" - D. LIndup
         priorities  7:08  "Rat Trap" - S. Dale
   with great power  8:19  S1ET

      Sp. searching  0:00  "The Eyelash" - J. Hawksworth
 funny-shaped cloud  1:21  S1ET
 Sp builds momentum  2:01  "Beat to Begin" - J. Hawksworth
 Sp boards zeppelin  2:51  "Rat Race" - K. Graham
     crawlway crawl  3:28  "Highway Hullabaloo" - K. Graham
        Sp Vs. crew  3:57  "Big Deal" - K. Graham
      dead zeppelin  4:54  "Maelstrom" - S. Dale
   end of Skymaster  5:31  "Grand Prix" - J. Pearson
            stadium  6:13  "Street Beat" - K. Graham
      football game  6:24  [?] band march
   helping/cheating  7:19  "Rat Race" - K. Graham
  Peter: born loser  8:58  "Quite Contrary" - S. Dale
             ending  9:35  S1ET


Season 2 Episode 5 - MENACE FROM THE BOTTOM OF THE WORLD

intro / Daily Bugle  0:00  "Latin Gear" - J. Hawksworth
  Jameson & Hammond  1:00  "Mr. Chesterton's Dog" - A. Hawkshaw *
      express route  2:17  "Latin Gear" - J. Hawksworth
         swinging 1  2:40  "Beat Street" - J. Hawksworth
 meeting Dr. Orloff  3:05  no background music
          gotta fly  4:21  "Beat to Begin" - J. Hawksworth
         swinging 2  4:39  "Mods and Rockers" - Martin & Coulter
      building gone  5:11  "Looks Like Trouble C" - S. Dale
      into the hole  5:36  "Rat Race" - K. Graham
   eerie underworld  6:45  "L.S.D." - Martin & Coulter
        exploration  8:05  "Discothik" - Martin & Coulter
     gargoyle birds  8:51  "L.S.D." - Martin & Coulter

   instant birdcage  0:00  "Men of Action" - D. Lindup
   unexpected guest  0:32  S1ET
  giant stone golem  1:18  "Juggernaut" - D. Lindup
      more swinging  2:02  "Beat to Begin" - J. Hawksworth
          city gate  2:20  "Sixth Sense" - D. Lindup
 Sp disables guards  2:57  "Trap Door" - D. Lindup
 Sp penetrates city  3:12  "Rat Race" - K. Graham
         inner gate  3:43  "Highway Hullabaloo" - K. Graham
     Mole-Man march  3:51  "Forewarning C" - S. Dale
     Leader appears  4:31  "Walk in a Nightmare" - S. Dale
Who's gonna stop me  5:40  "Power Drive" - J. Pearson
    Sp vs. Mole-Men  6:14  S1ET
    Leader revealed  7:50  S1ET
             ending  9:28  S1ET

* - A shorter version of this track is known as "Meet the Family".


Season 2 Episode 6 - DIAMOND DUST

              intro  0:00  "Latin Gear" - J. Hawksworth              
  baseball practice  0:25  "Pop Hit" - Loose & Cadkin
  villains plotting  1:21  S1ET                                      
       peaceful zoo  3:10  "Shopping Jaunt" - K. Graham  NOT "Shopping Spree" *
release the gorilla  3:33  "Terror" - E, Michael
          zoo panic  4:06  "Panic Patrol" - K. Graham                
      police arrive  4:40  "Highway Hullabaloo" - K. Graham
     things to come  5:24  "Power Drive" - J. Pearson
    Sp. vs. gorilla  6:53  "Power Drive" again
  Sp. saves himself  7:33  "Power Drive" again
          interlude  7:46  no background music
Cosmopolitan Museum  8:14  "Big Bass Guitar" - Martin & Coulter
      cleanest apes  8:43  no background music
          play ball  8:56  no background music
           swinging  9:11  "Beat Street" - J. Hawksworth             

     return to park  0:00  "Beat Street" - J. Hawksworth
   Peter still gone  0:36  no background music
      gorilla thugs  0:49  "Walk in a Nightmare" - S. Dale
        reliability  1:41  "Melodic Beat"- Loose & Cadkin
     diamond stolen  2:38  "Veiled Threat A" - D. Lindup          
 what's impossible?  2:47  S1ET
         short trip  3:19  S1ET
      Sp. in museum  3:55  "Sixth Sense" - D. Lindup
 fight/gunshot/fall  4:51  "Slipstream B" - S. Dale
     latex / armour  5:19  S1ET
    smoke / falling  6:42  "Rat Race" - K. Graham
   back to baseball  7:56  S1ET
 Pete's power pitch  8:15  "Popster Party" - Loose & Cadkin
             ending  9:34  S1ET


Season 2 Episode 7 - SPIDERMAN BATTLES THE MOLEMEN

              intro  0:00  "Raver" - A. Hawkshaw
      building gone  0:58  S1ET
            transit  1:24  S1ET
    return of Moles  1:38  "L.S.D." - Martin & Coulter
    new Mole leader  2:44  S1ET
   time's a-wastin'  3:36  "Mods and Rockers" - Martin & Coulter
          radio lab  4:02  no background music
           swinging  4:48  S1ET
         blimp ride  5:09  "Latin Gear" - J. Hawksworth
       antenna trap  6:18  "Los Bandidos" - P. Gerard
            descent  7:08  S1ET
   underworld again  7:38  "The Big Creep" - P. Gerard
          exploring  7:53  "Street Beat" - K. Graham
        rope bridge  8:15  "The Twitch" - P. Gerard
     blaster beetle  8:36  "Rat Race" - K. Graham
    giant mushrooms  9:24  "The Big Creep" - P. Gerard

       gorge bottom  0:00  "The Petrified Forest" - P. Gerard
         evil elves  0:52  "Crime Car" - P. Gerard
    enemy vs. enemy  1:54  "Flying Column" - P. Gerard
         gorge exit  2:32  "Street Riot" - P. Gerard
     Mole City gate  3:14  "Big Bass Guitar" - Martin & Coulter
   Sp. meets leader  3:47  "The Petrified Forest" - P. Gerard
   Sp. vs. Mole-Men  5:07  "Highway Hullabaloo" - K. Graham
    false surrender  6:26  "Freak Out Party" - Loose & Cadkin
         last laugh  7:14  "Looks Like Trouble C" - S. Dale
   Sp. escapes doom  7:51  "Panic Patrol" - K. Graham
   surface surprise  8:47  "Rat Trap" - S. Dale
             ending  9:00  S1ET


Season 2 Episode 8 - PHANTOM FROM THE DEPTHS OF TIME

              intro  0:00  "Stop, Look, and Listen" - D. Lindup
   hills walk again  0:51  "The Petrified Forest" - P. Gerard
        mass kidnap  1:44  S1ET
       slave labour  3:00  "Los Bandidos" - P. Gerard
             mayday  3:26  S1ET
         test pilot  3:37  S1ET
     revolt crushed  4:15  "The Big Creep" - P. Gerard
       space-flight  5:02  S1ET
 beetles are robots  5:46  [?]  organ music*
           smash-up  6:57  S1ET
           wreckage  8:03  S1ET
                     8:52  [?]  organ music (one chord)
         swinging 1  8:56  S1ET
     transformation  9:33  S1ET

         rock rhino  0:00  "Rat Race" - K. Graham
   villain plotting  1:35  "Los Bandidos" - P. Gerard
         swinging 2  1:52  "Big Deal" - K. Graham
           villains  2:24  "The Big Creep" - P. Gerard
         swinging 3  2:32  "Street Beat" - K. Graham
     gargoyle birds  3:01  "Highway Hullabaloo" - K. Graham
    friends in moat  3:35  "Los Bandidos" - P. Gerard
          alligator  3:46  "Looks Like Trouble C" - S. Dale
  Sp's deadly stick  4:03  "The Washington Affair" - S. Dale
      villain gloat  4:20  S1ET
         swinging 4  4:53  "Panic Patrol" - K. Graham
         swinging 5  5:23  "Street Beat" - K. Graham
                     6:04  [?] organ music (one chord)
   mountain monster  6:09  S1ET    
           kamikaze  6:49  S1ET
     Sp. parachutes  7:51  S1ET
    get to my plane  8:27  "Panic Patrol" - K. Graham
       journey home  8:49  S1ET

Episode plot, art, dialogue taken from Rocket Robin Hood "From Menace to Menace".
* - Organ music also used in _Dark Shadows_ series?


Season 2 Episode 9 - THE EVIL SORCERER

              intro  0:00  "Colt 45" - H. Blake
         wizard war  0:47  "War" - E. Michael
        Susan again  1:50  "Melodic Beat" - Loose & Cadkin
          classroom  2:22  "Prowl Car" - K. Graham
       you're fired  3:19  S1ET
          cafeteria  4:01  "Grooving Along" - Loose & Cadkin
      revival spell  4:21  "Kraken" - H. Blake
        Kotep alive  5:00  "Terror" - E. Michael
    Sp. vs. Kotep 1  6:07  S1ET
    Sp. vs. Kotep 2  8:13  S1ET
         hospital 1  9:01  S1ET

        dimension x  0:00  [?] - H. Blake?
summoned demon army  0:33  "The Hell Raisers" - S. Dale
         hospital 2  1:52  "Quite Contrary" - S. Dale
            transit  2:39  "The Eyelash"  - J. Hawksworth
       web wormhole  3:27  "Rat Race" - K. Graham
         not heaven  4:48  S1ET
        dragon-bats  5:11  "Panic Patrol" - K. Graham
             castle  6:04  "Slipstream B" - S. Dale
    Sp. vs. Kotep 3  6:56  "They! Are Coming!" - H. Blake
             return  7:58  "Rat Race" - K. Graham
      no more magic  8:50  "Quite Contrary" - S. Dale


Season 2 Episode 10 - VINE

              intro  0:00  "Prowl Car" - K. Graham
      mansion attic  0:32  S1ET
      birth of Vine  2:01  [?]
       time machine  3:20  "Kraken" - H. Blake
   three million BC  4:09  "Big Deal" - K. Graham
       Sp. vs. frog  5:00  "Highway Hullabaloo" - K. Graham
          Blue Apes  5:52  "Rat Trap" - S. Dale
     Prof. Smithers  6:36  "The Big Creep" - P. Gerard
   radium & history  7:19  [?]
     back in N.Y.C.  8:38  "Panic Patrol" - K. Graham
        caterpillar  9:12  "They! Are Coming!" - H. Blake 

 monster over cliff  0:00  "Sudden Scuffle" - S. Dale
    swinging escape  0:23  "Staccato Curtain" - S. Dale
     alert the city  0:29  S1ET
           swinging  0:44  "Street Beat" - K. Graham              
        Master Vine  1:06  "The Petrified Forest" - P. Gerard
          city gate  2:04  "The Waiting Game" - S. Dale
 fight / Sp. downed  2:49  "Rat Race" - K. Graham
         concussion  4:01  S1ET
       N.Y.C. havoc  4:18  "Panic E" - D. Banks
       villain rant  4:32  "Breaking Point" - S. Dale
 Sp. vs. arena worm  5:03  S1ET
 radium cold-turkey  5:57  S1ET
    back to present  6:41  S1ET
      death of Vine  8:01  [?]
     new adventure?  8:33  "We're on Top of the World" (inst.) - Martin & Coulter

TRIVIA: Spider-Man had three concussions in this episode (hit by giant frog, clubbed on head by Blue Ape, 

fallen from Great Idol) - the same number that Capt. Kirk suffered in "The Omega Glory".


Season 2 Episode 11 - PARDO PRESENTS

             intro   0:00  "That's Life" - S. Dale
         cat prowl   0:07  [?]
     villain gloat   1:20  [?]  MSH?
   Peter and Polly   2:34  "Melodic Beat" - Loose & Cadkin
     greed and gas   3:27  [?]
          hypnosis   4:18  "Rescue Squad" - S. Dale
  captive audience   5:26  "The Stalking Game" - S. Dale
     Sp. paralyzed   5:55  [?]
  Sp. vs. henchmen   7:00  "Breakout" - S. Dale
    beam / stunned   7:39  [?]
  launch the sacks   9:06  "Fright D" - D. Banks
          showdown   8:36  [?]

 Sp. in water tower  0:00  S1ET
Sp hides underwater  0:19  S1ET
     police & army   1:31  "Alarm Call" - S. Dale
         artillery   2:43  S1ET
 water tower blast   3:48  S1ET
       Sp. Vs. cat   4:14  S1ET
           chase 1   5:15  S1ET
           chase 2   5:29  S1ET
     bridge battle   7:10  S1ET
       Pardo dead?   8:21  S1ET


Season 2 Episode 12 - CLOUD CITY OF GOLD

   intro / airplane  0:00  "Panic C" - D. Banks
            storm 1  0:08  no background music
            storm 2  0:38  OK-516 - LCC
     engine failure  2:02  OK-519 - LCC
      savage jungle  2:55  OK-566 - LCC
       Sp. on scene  3:33  S1ET
      river rafting  3:53  OK-564 - LCC
          whirlpool  4:51  OK-520 - LCC
      golden spikes  5:58  OK-563 - LCC
               bats  6:35  OK-552 - LCC
      sonic whistle  7:27  OK-563 - LCC
lost city / warbird  8:36  "Chain Reaction" - S. Dale

     diving at prey  0:00  [?] MSH
       frozen wings  1:33  [?]
      bird shatters  1:57  [?]
     mountain peaks  2:12  [?] *
   Vargas's volcano  2:37  [?]
           altitude  3:26  [?] *
       villain rant  3:44  [?]
   crossbow snipers  4:10  [?] same as 2:13 *
     inside volcano  4:36  [?]
     Sp. vs. spider  5:04  [?] **
        cannon fire  6:13  [?]
   volcano eruption  6:29  [?] MSH?
        destruction  7:29  [?] MSH?
 escape doomed city  7:49  [?] ***
      Peter returns  8:21  "Walk and Talk" - S. Dale

This episode features longer, action based tracks, used heavily in later episodes (esp. "Blotto").
pt2 0:00 track often associated with airplanes and/or flying
* - Used in "Blotto"
** - Used in "Neptune's Nose Cone"
*** - Used in "Pardo Presents"


Season 2 Episode 13 - NEPTUNE'S NOSE CONE

              intro  0:00  [?]
      rocket launch  0:18  no background music
          Jameson 1  0:42  S1ET
flight to Antarctic  2:17  no background music
 spider-sense radar  2:54  OK-516 - LCC
      crash landing  3:53  OK-519 - LCC
   Sp. tracks Penny  4:57  [?]
  prepare sacrifice  5:29  [?]
           shaman 1  5:37  "The Stalking Game" - S. Dale
       consequences  6:12  no background music
       flying snake  6:21  OK-563 - LCC
          interlude  7:30  [?] **
  carnivorous plant  7:45  S1ET
   Sp escapes plant  8:11  [?] MSH
    native drumming  8:46  MUZAK #4: TRIBAL CHANT
  finding nose cone  8:57  [?] **
      more drumming  9:11  [?]
  Sp pinned at door  9:18  [?] **

    Sp. vs. natives  0:00  [?]  MSH?
        inside cave  1:08  "Sudden Scuffle" - S. Dale
       spider-sense  1:29  "Fright A" - D. Banks
    cave monster #1  1:53  "Blast Off 1" - S. Dale
      endless caves  2:48  [?] ***
    cave monster #2  3:16  OK-519 - LCC    
  light running out  4:40  "Fright B" - D. Banks
    Sp vs. creature  4:45  [?]
        fallen idol  4:49  [?] **
   escape from cave  5:41  same as pt 1 9:18 **
           shaman 2  6:04  "Outcome" - S. Dale
      a Penny saved  6:21  OK-515 - LCC
  nose cone liftoff  7:40  no background music
  Peter / plane fix  8:02  [?] *
   Jameson 2 / gift  8:47  S1ET

* - Used in "To Cage a Spider"
** - Used in "Blotto"
*** - Used in "cloud city"

The cave monsters were: a black light-absorbing wraith with yellow eyes, and a hairy yellow dinosaur with a     

dog-like head and insectoid red eyes.


Season 2 Episode 14 - HOME

intro / hippie band  0:00  [?]
  Peter meets Carol  1:33  [?]
  a date with Carol  2:57  [?] *
  Carol the burglar  3:37  S1ET
      hippie band 2  4:55  "Mods and Rockers" - Martin & Coulter
            no-show  5:56  [?]
    morose swinging  6:15  [?] **
 Carol drops device  7:08  "Rat Race" - K. Graham
    more spider-men  8:21  "Street Beat" - K. Graham
  Sp webbed to bldg  9:46  [?]

  Sp webbed to bldg  0:05  [?] same as part 1, 9:46
           breakout  0:08  [?]
   Sp chases sphere  0:13  "Rescue Squad" - S. Dale
     giant spider 1  1:31  "Fright D" - D. Banks
        cave depths  2:05  "Sudden Scuffle" - S. Dale
       alien colony  2:22  "Fright B" - D. Banks
    Sp.-Carol-Elder  3:00  [?] ***
      proton danger  4:44  [?]
  Sp. leaves colony  5:53  "Struggle Free" - S. Dale
     giant spider 2  6:03  "Blast Off 2" - S. Dale
    Elder to rescue  6:34  [?]
     rush / beam-up  7:05  [?] heroic fanfare ****
       happy ending  8:36  [?] same as part 1, intro

* - Used in "The Big Brainwasher" intro
** - This sounds like a cross between the 1966 _Batman_ theme and Cher's "Dark Lady" (1973)
*** - Used in "Blotto" intro
**** - Used in _Monty Python_ S3E3, "Lost World of Rourirama" sketch


Season 2 Episode 15 - BLOTTO

              intro  0:00  "Fright D" - D. Banks
   Blotto on screen  0:24  [?]
villainous plotting  0:40  [?]
       Blotto alive  1:47  "Panic E" - D. Banks
    failure avenged  2:14  no background music   
Blotto eats mailbox  2:23  [?]
 Peter & movie star  2:50  "Popster Party" - Loose & Cadkin
out of gas / Blotto  3:58  OK-564 - LCC
         web rescue  4:44  "Panic E" - D. Banks
 Firemen vs. Blotto  5:08  OK-520 - LCC
     Sp. surrounded  6:11  no background music
 sewer ambush/chase  6:21  OK-519 - LCC
    abandoned plant  7:24  [?]
 Blotto eats bldgs.  7:44  [?]
    mayor & general  8:00  OK-567 - LCC
        Sp's parlor  ?:??  OK-516 - LCC

            reprise  0:00  [?]
  hands of a madman  0:21  [?] MSH track?
 electrified Blotto  0:58  [?]
     power shortage  1:40  [?]
unleash the bombers  1:51  OK-563 - LCC
    no more schemes  3:09  no background music
   Clive/Sp./target  3:18  S1ET
   Blotto on E.S.B.  4:29  [?]
   Clive zaps Colin  4:38  OK-566 - LCC
    Sp. kicks Clive  5:10  "Struggle Free" - S. Dale
    Sp. surrenders?  5:21  [?] MSH
  Sp. immune to ray  6:15  OK-551 - LCC
  Blotto breaks out  6:45  OK-515 - LCC
    Sp. zaps Blotto  8:10  [?]
aftermath / rebuild  9:08  S1ET

The ultimate monster episode


Season 2 Episode 16 - THUNDER RUMBLE

              intro  0:00  S1ET
 Boomer blasts bank  1:18  [?] MSH track?
   cosmic lightning  2:36  no background music
     Mars and Wotan  2:46  [?]
      Target: Earth  4:05  S1ET
      Wotan's greed  4:46  S1ET
     Wotan to comet  5:02  [?]
       thunderstorm  5:23 "Blast Off 2" - S. Dale
     Sp. vs. Boomer  6:02  S1ET
   Boomer gets away  6:28  S1ET
            chase 1  6:51  S1ET
            chase 2  7:37  [?] MSH?
    park / car trap  8:30   S1ET
      Wotan arrives  9:02  [?]

    tree/blast/fall  0:00  [?] 
   unreliable crook  0:28  "Danger Stealth" - Loose & Cadkin
  Sp's teen helpers  0:55  "Operation Zone" - Loose & Cadkin
    webbed-up Wotan  1:31  [?]
 Boomer frees Wotan  2:49  S1ET
 forked thunderbolt  4:08  S1ET
    Sp. space-bound  4:27  "Power Drive" - J. Pearson
     quest for gold  5:23  S1ET
     Wotan vs. USAF  6:00  "The Aggressor" - S. Dale
     seeming defeat  7:10  "That's Life" - S. Dale
 Sp. escapes t-bolt  7:27  [?]
  Wotan steals gold  7:43  S1ET
 who can stop them?  8:01  S1ET
       final battle  8:14  S1ET
     you looped him  9:11  S1ET


Season 2 Episode 17 - SPIDERMAN MEETS SKYBOY

              intro  0:00  "News Views" - S. Dale
      science award  0:31  no background music
 kidnap by teleport  1:11  [?]
    Susan/Peter/Jan  1:25  [?]
       astro-helmet  2:15  [?]
       enter Skyboy  3:27  [?]  creeper
Skyboy takes to air  3:47  [?]  MSH
   Sp. meets Skyboy  4:14  [?]  Same as "Evil Sorcerer" pt 2 0:00
 aerial fight/scoop  5:18  [?]  MSH
            Jameson  6:37  S1ET
    Peter's dilemma  7:15  [?]
            Dr. Zap  7:27  "Kraken" - H. Blake
Caldwell imprisoned  8:18  [?]
      interrogation  8:40  [?] 

 Zap reveals Skyboy  0:00  [?]
     Zap phones Jan  1:25  [?]
          grim duty  1:58  no background music
   Skyboy's mission  2:11  "Street Beat" - K. Graham
         Sp. patrol  2:36  "Big Deal" - K. Graham
     Sp. in pursuit  2:49  [?]
            chase 1  3:15  "Panic Patrol" - K. Graham
            chase 2  3:54  [?]  MSH
 Lightning Mountain  4:20  [?]
Sp. talks to skyboy  4:45  [?] 
  fighting / zapped  5:11  "Highway Hullabaloo" - K. Graham
       tractor beam  5:58  [?]
Zap captures heroes  6:19  [?]  creeper
villain rant / trap  6:39  [?]
   flashbulb weapon  7:52  [?]  MSH
      heroes escape  9:01  "Sudden Scuffle" - S. Dale
             ending  9:16  S1ET



Season 2 Episode 18 - COLD STORAGE

    intro / robbery  0:00  S1ET
  diabolic Dr. Cool  1:06  "Veiled Threat A" - D. Lindup
     Sp. in freezer  2:47  [?]   Used in "Pardo Presents"
     nuclear freeze  4:00  "Sixth Sense" - D. Lindup
     state of decay  4:48  "The Waiting Game" - S. Dale
cavemen & dinosaurs  6:22  "Ready for Action" - S. Dale
    Sp. vs. cavemen  7:25  [?]   MSH
        bolo battle  8:20  "Rescue Squad" - S. Dale
  mammoth grabs Sp.  9:12  [?]

 trunk constriction  0:00  "Panic E" - D. Banks
Sp. escapes mammoth  0:36  [?]
  Sp. trips mammoth  1:19  [?]
       spear attack  1:28  [?]  creeper
      purple T. Rex  2:00  [?]
   Sp. kills T. Rex  2:54  blotto comes alive
Sp. vs. pterodactyl  3:04  [?]  MSH flight
 hallucination ends  4:36  "Rat Race" - K. Graham
  the iceman cometh  4:51  [?]
Sp. talks to iceman  5:33  no background music
       lucky rescue  5:54  [?]
Sp. awaits Dr. Cool  6:44  [?]
   Sp.-Cool rematch  7:50  OK-519 - LCC
    police / ending  9:11  S1ET


Season 2 Episode 19 - TO CAGE A SPIDER

    intro / robbery  0:00  "Swing In" - S. Dale
            getaway  0:44  [?] MSH? *
        Sp. musings  1:26  no background music
    Sp. vs. robbers  1:43  [?] MSH
          Sp. falls  2:58  "The Washington Affair" - S. Dale
     after the fall  3:17  [?]
 Sp. / mob / police  4:25  [?]  creeper
   prison ambulance  4:40  [?] 
 protective custody  5:58  [?]  Used in "Neptune" part 2 8:02
 awakening / crooks  7:08  [?]  
Capt. Stacy hostage  8:06  [?]
Sp. approaches cons  8:40  S1ET

    Sp. fights cons  0:00  S1ET
   Sp. "joins" cons  0:53  S1ET
    breakout begins  1:32  [?]
           swinging  3:11  [?] MSH?
 Sp. to main office  3:35  S1ET
 "I'm on your side"  4:19  [?]
           blackout  4:37  [?]
            reprise  5:14  S1ET
     Sp. traps cons  6:07  OK-580 - LCC
    lights restored  8:00  [?]
  Sp. rescues Stacy  8:29  [?] creeper
        Sp. escapes  9:03  S1ET

* They should have used P. Gerard's "Crime Car" here.

 

June 2, 2016 11:40 am  #6


Re: Spider-Man cues

OK, now I can post my new leads. Have to start with a long prelude first:

Thanks to Mr, I was alerted to a site called sabam.be (Belgan Society of Authors, Composers and Publishers), and their repertoire database. There are some movies/TV episodes in the database which have lists of cues that are included - both original and stock. Unfortunately, these lists are not complete and may have inaccuracies, but they could be helpful. They even have durations that seem to correspond to the length of the music cue as used within the film/episode (but sadly, no way to sort in order of appearance in the work).

This database is available in English, though their main site isn't - you'll either see it in Dutch, or French. On their main page, scroll down and click on "VIND WERK!" (if you're seeing the site in Dutch) or "CHERCHER UNE OUEVRE!" (if you're seeing the site in French). It will take you to the search engine, then you can click on "EN" to switch it to English. (It may be glitchy and not switch all text to English, if that happens click "EN" a second time.)

And worse yet, it's very difficult to search for movies/TV episodes containing tracks. Some of them will not show up in search results, usually it requires exact match minus articles, but I've seen non-exact matches return, and I've seen a title I was looking for that was an exact match not show up. I found the Spidey episodes by searching for the title of a cue I knew (Big Creep), and one of the titles under "Composite - Is Part Of" was "SPIDEY BATTLES MOLEMEN". I clicked on the magnifying glass next to that title, and it opened up a separate page with a list of cues. They list title, composer, duration and some other stuff - if you click the magnifying glass next to each one, it opens up that cue's details (which shows full list of composers and publishers).

Even though all the music in Molemen appears to be identified, I will give what SABAM lists for it. Some of the info is on the cue list for the episode, other has to be obtained by viewing the music clue's detail page itself. [C] stands for "composer", [EO] stands for "éditeur original" (original publisher). I will just use last name and abbreviate the publisher after first use. I will also give notes about inaccuracies and other stuff. This is sorted by duration, ascending:

BIG CREEP - [C] Gerard, Paul - [EO] Berry Music Co Ltd - 0:23
DREAD AND DANGER (A-C) - [C] Dale, Syd - [EO] K P M Recorded Music Library - 0:24
NEWS VIEWS - [C] Dale - [EO] KPM - 0:24
STREET BEAT - [C] Graham, Kenny - [EO] KPM - 0:26
WE'RE ON TOP OF THE WORL - [C] Martin, Bill || Coulter, Philip Michael - [EO] - KPM - 0:30
TWITCH - [C] Gerard - [EO] Berry - 0:32
FLYING COLUMN - [C] Gerard - [EO] Berry - 0:34
STREET RIOT - [C] Gerard - [EO] Berry - 0:34
SPY ROCK - [C] Loose || Cadkin, Bruce Alan - [EO] Grh Music Company - 0:40
PANIC PATROL - [C] Graham - [EO] KPM - 0:43
RAVER - [C] Hawkshaw - [EO] KPM - 0:43
SQUARE SQUAD - [C] Graham - [EO] KPM - 0:43
PETRIFIED FOREST - [C] Gerard - [EO] Berry - 0:48
MAIN TITLE SPIDEY BATTLES MOLEMEN - [C] Webster, Allan || Harris, Adrianne M - [EO] Hillcrest-Music Corp. || Webster Music Corp. - 1:00
LOS BANDIDOS - [C] Gerard - [EO] Berry - 1:02
CRIME CAR - [C] Gerard - [EO] Berry - 1:04
RHYTHM'N BEAT - [C] Hawkworth - [EO] KPM - 1:05
HIGHWAY HULLABALOO - [C] Graham - [EO] KPM - 1:15
SPIDEY BATTLES MOLEMEN - [C] Ellis, Ray - [EO] Hillcrest - 1:24
BIG BASS GUITAR - [C] Martin || Coulter - [EO] KPM - 1:31

Notes:

The 0:23 duration for "The Big Creep" seems to be combined duration of both appearances of the cue. Also, for those who do not know, Berry Music was the parent company of Conroy.

Did "Dread and Danger" actually show up in the episode? This could refer to the use of "Looks Like Trouble (c)", that seems to run for 24-25 seconds in the episode. If so, would it have been a mistake on whatever cue sheet document SABAM sourced this info from?

"News Views" doesn't show up in this episode, does it? It's shown up in other episodes, but not this one

The "Street Beat" listing seems accurate, though the listed duration is a few seconds longer than the actual excerpt in this episode, which looks to time to about 21-22 seconds

"We're on Top of the World" is not in this episode, though two other Martin/Coulter tracks are

"Twitch" is not in this episode, but other Gerard tracks are - did the source cue list just misidentify tracks from the same composer?

"Flying Column" actually looks to match up with our list, though this time their duration is too short - the actual sample in the episode runs just about 40 seconds

"Street Riot" is in the episode, and the length is close, but in the actual episode it's ~0:42, not 0:34. I'd wonder if they were using a PAL video tape as reference, if not for "Street Beat" being listed with a longer duration on their list...

"Spy Rock" is the original title of what Carlin retitled "Freak Out Party"; the duration listed by SABAM is basically dead-on to the length of the excerpt in the episode.
As to the title, the original Capitol PMS record calls it "Spy Rock", and I'm sure it kept that title when it was transferred to UMS (Emil Ascher) a couple years later - and I believe it was already with UMS when it was on Spidey, judging by all the other Ascher connections, and the fact that the Loose-Cadkin/Ascher distribution deal was announced in trades at the end of '67.
GRH Music was the publisher of the Loose-Cadkin OK/PMS stuff that was subsequently licensed to Ascher and taken out of the Capitol library (which, FYI, is why there is a Hi-Q D-91/92 with Loose/Cadkin tracks used in Spidey, and another D-91/92 with completely different Don Kirsten tracks).
Also, some of SABAM's listings for music compositions have the correct last name for a composer, but the wrong full name/performing rights entry. In this case, "Bruce Alan Cadkin" should actually be Emil Cadkin. Though in this case, looking up Bruce Alan Cadkin on ASCAP, the titles - including some "CUES" listings for 70s TV movies - don't rule out the possibility of this being a pseudonym of Emil Cadkin. I still think it's most likely that the source document just said "Cadkin" and someone along the line matched it to the wrong person...

"Square Squad" isn't in this episode, based on our list

The IDs for Webster and Harris are totally wrong here, it's supposed to be Paul Webster and Robert Harris.

"Rhythm 'N Beat" isn't in this episode, based on our list; was this an inaccurate reference to "Latin Gear"?

The Ray Ellis score from S1 looks to have all been combined into one duration?

I am really confused about the tracks listed that aren't actually in the episode. Were they just mistakes? Could they have only been heard in the French dubs? (There are "subtitles" listed for each episode, which are the French titles.)

More notes to come later, more lists to come later. Jimmy or anyone else, feel free to weigh in!

Last edited by TServo2049 (June 2, 2016 7:58 pm)

     Thread Starter
 

June 2, 2016 12:19 pm  #7


Re: Spider-Man cues

Great job from you both, and everyone who has pitched in over the years. Hopefully we'll have a complete list one day!

 

June 2, 2016 12:48 pm  #8


Re: Spider-Man cues

Well, what I'm going to post from SABAM won't be answers, so much as clues. There are going to be some cues we don't have access to, so we won't be able to match up which titles go with which unidentified portions, unless we someday do obtain them.

     Thread Starter
 

June 5, 2016 12:00 pm  #9


Re: Spider-Man cues

Here is what SABAM lists for "Vine". Again, not in order of appearance in the episode, this time it's in alphabetical order by title:

BIG DEAL - [C] Graham - [EO] KPM - 1:02
BIG DEAL - [C] Graham - [EO] KPM - 1:07
CRIME CAR - [C] Gerard - [EO] Berry - 0:28
FIGHTER - [C] Daum, Gerhard - [EO] Sonoton-Musikverlag-Und Musikproduktion Gerha[rd Narholz?] - 0:25
JUST FOR FUN - [C] Pearson, Johnny - [EO] KPM - 0:24
MYSTERIOUS CAVE - [C] Daum - [EO] Josef Weinberger - 1:04
PANIC PATROL - [C] Graham - [EO] KPM - 0:33
PETRIFIED FOREST - [C] Gerard - [EO] Berry - 1:01
RAT RACE - [C] Graham - [EO] KPM - 1:00
RAT TRAP - [C] Dale - [EO] KPM - 0:39
SPIDERMAN - [C] Ellis - 4:22
SQUARE SQUAD - [C] Graham - [EO] KPM - 0:30
STREET BEAT - [C] Graham - [EO] KPM - 0:20
SUDDEN SCUFFLE - [C] Dale - [EO] KPM - 0:23
THEME FROM SPIDERMAN - [C] Harris [A] Webster - 0:42
THEY ARE COMING - [C] Blake - [EO] JW - 0:35
WAITING GAME - [C] Dale - [EO] KPM - 0:36
WE'RE ON TOP OF THE WORL[D] - [C] Martin || Coulter - [EO] KPM - 1:05

Notes:

"Big Deal" is listed twice, but our list only shows it appearing in the episode once. Both of SABAM's entries seem to have a longer duration than the excerpt in the episode itself. I have no idea whether the source document confused it for another cue, or what.

"Crime Car" is not in this episode; maybe it's actually referring to the use of "The Big Creep", also by Gerard, but that runs longer than 28 seconds. Maybe if whoever wrote the document stopped timing before the coda of that track, since it does seem at first to end earlier...but I'm beginning to doubt whether the listed durations are precise/accurate anyways; some seem to be, but there are also a few specific lengths that seem to show up a lot.

"Fighter" by Gerhard Daum is a 90s Sonoton CNS (Commercials Non Stop) track - it's on CNS 009, which was released in 1992. I have no idea what it's doing here; I can only assume this is a severe error on the part of SABAM, or whoever transcribed/interpreted whatever source documents these cue lists came from. My best guess is that this is actually referring to a JW track called "Fight and Death", by Hubert Daum (more on that below), and judging by the duration, perhaps it's the cue that plays during the death of Vine?

"Just for Fun" (from KPM LP 36) does not appear in this episode, and I have no idea what it could actually be referring to. There is only one unidentified track that has a duration this short, and it absolutely is not "Just for Fun." The other two are longer, it can't be them either. And unlike with other incorrect references I've found, there isn't even any other cue on the same album that it could be referring to. 

"Mysterious Cave" is a JW track, from JW 383 (it's listed on Discogs). The composer is listed on the record itself as simply "H. Daum", but the ASCAP registration gives his name as "Hubert Daum". The duration given by SABAM is 1:04, but the duration listed on the record itself is 0:53, so it can't be the birth of Vine, which goes on for longer. My guess is that it's the unidentified track behind Prof. Smithers' story; that music also runs for about 53 seconds, and sounds to my ear to be a complete cue with a beginning and end. Also, the title "Mysterious Cave" fits much more with the mood of this cue, than with whatever accompanies the "birth of Vine" scene.
JW 383 also contains a track called "Fight and Death", also by Hubert Daum, which I previously theorized could be the true identity of what SABAM lists as "Fighter" by Gerhard Daum, and could possibly be the music in the "death of Vine" scene.

Again, all the Ray Ellis S1 BGM seems to have been combined into one duration.

For the second time, "Square Squad" is listed on SABAM for an episode where our list doesn't have it. Even stranger, this and "Molemen" are the only Spidey episodes whose SABAM cue lists contain this track - neither episode actually uses it.

I was actually starting to ponder my previous "alternate tracks on the French dub" theory, but I compared the only French dub I can find - from a torrent of episodes taken from 2000s reruns on Radio-Canada [the French-language version of CBC] - against the English, and the music sounds identical. I'm translating the French Wikipedia article and other sites, and can find no evidence of multiple French dubs; in fact, the France-centric Wikipedia entry specifically says the dub was done in Quebec. The audio quality of the dialogue on these SRC reruns doesn't sound 'modern' to my ears, so I'd believe this was the same dub that would be on whatever versions SABAM has listed - the French titles are the same as the French titles on these dubs, too. So my "different music on the French dub" theory now appears to have be disproven, and I no longer have any clue as to why these lists are inaccurate...

As I said, these aren't answers so much as clues. The presence of cues that aren't in the episode and absence of other cues that actually are in the episode both raise questions, but I do think that we do now have potential leads on two of the three unidentified cues in "Vine". Still not sure about the "birth of Vine" track...

Last edited by TServo2049 (June 5, 2016 7:35 pm)

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June 6, 2016 12:32 am  #10


Re: Spider-Man cues

TServo2049 wrote:

"Just for Fun" (from KPM LP 36) does not appear in this episode, and I have no idea what it could actually be referring to. There is only one unidentified track that has a duration this short, and it absolutely is not "Just for Fun." The other two are longer, it can't be them either. And unlike with other incorrect references I've found, there isn't even any other cue on the same album that it could be referring to.

This may be "Breaking Point" by Syd Dale, from KPM LP 38, 0:36 long.

"Mysterious Cave" is a JW track, from JW 383 (it's listed on Discogs). The composer is listed on the record itself as simply "H. Daum", but the ASCAP registration gives his name as "Hubert Daum". The duration given by SABAM is 1:04, but the duration listed on the record itself is 0:53, so it can't be the birth of Vine, which goes on for longer. My guess is that it's the unidentified track behind Prof. Smithers' story; that music also runs for about 53 seconds, and sounds to my ear to be a complete cue with a beginning and end. Also, the title "Mysterious Cave" fits much more with the mood of this cue, than with whatever accompanies the "birth of Vine" scene. JW 383 also contains a track called "Fight and Death", also by Hubert Daum, which I previously theorized could be the true identity of what SABAM lists as "Fighter" by Gerhard Daum, and could possibly be the music in the "death of Vine" scene.

My gut feeling is that H. Daum's "Fight and Death" and "Mysterious Cave" are what we are looking for.....

For the second time, "Square Squad" is listed on SABAM for an episode where our list doesn't have it. Even stranger, this and "Molemen" are the only Spidey episodes whose SABAM cue lists contain this track - neither episode actually uses it.

But "Prowl Car" by Kenny Graham is in "Vine" and "Evil Sorcerer".

As I said, these aren't answers so much as clues. The presence of cues that aren't in the episode and absence of other cues that actually are in the episode both raise questions, but I do think that we do now have potential leads on two of the three unidentified cues in "Vine". Still not sure about the "birth of Vine" track...

Thank you, for at least finding where to look Whoever find a copy of JW 383 will solve this. I suspect the hard-to-find JW 380-400 range will have a few Spideys.

- JR
 

 

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