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September 9, 2017 6:49 pm  #31


Re: Just heard a library track being used....

"America's Funniest Home Videos" uses a bit of APM/CPM here and there, mostly KPM light tracks, but I've heard "Goodwood Gallop" by Montague Ewing (originally titled "Speed" in the Bosworth library), "Robot March" by Harry Bluestone and Emil Cadkin, "Smile for Me" by John Scott (originally titled "Bustling Ways" in the Southern library), and "The Shower 60" by Gregor Narholz there, too.


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September 9, 2017 8:46 pm  #32


Re: Just heard a library track being used....

apmnut wrote:

"America's Funniest Home Videos" uses a bit of APM/CPM here and there, mostly KPM light tracks, but I've heard "Goodwood Gallop" by Montague Ewing (originally titled "Speed" in the Bosworth library), "Robot March" by Harry Bluestone and Emil Cadkin, "Smile for Me" by John Scott (originally titled "Bustling Ways" in the Southern library), and "The Shower 60" by Gregor Narholz there, too.

This fact is true, I recall they once had a montage of pranks with Approaching Evil by Christopher Payne and Paul Rogers [CAR 181] playing.

 

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