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Vibraphone Music Backing Fan Art

Postby redearsau on Tue Mar 16, 2010 2:28 pm

Ok, I give in, theres vibraphone music that sounds like it came from the 60s or 70s, and probably featured on 'The Goodies' somewhere.. but I cant figure out what the name of the tune is. Its as sticky as 'Weekend Magazine' in the windmills of my mind. Any hints please?
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Found it - Vibraphone Music Backing Fan Art

Postby redearsau on Tue Mar 16, 2010 2:42 pm

Hey , you know how it is.. you ask a question after searching a while, and then in a couple of minutes, the answer pops up. Goodies = BBC the Tune is apparently 'Left Bank Two ' written by alias 'Wayne Hill' and recorded by session musicians as Noveltones. Used in Vision One to back younger viewers fan art submitted to the show. Now it makes scents.
(more details at wiki)

http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/7837849.stm
http://abmp3.com/download/3273310-left-bank-2-1963.html
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Re: Vibraphone Music Backing Fan Art

Postby Alan Foreman on Tue Mar 16, 2010 6:43 pm

AKA: The gallery music.
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Re: Vibraphone Music Backing Fan Art

Postby Bruce Bergman on Sun Apr 11, 2010 9:42 am

And from a quick search it appears Herbert Chapell hit the curse of the "One Hit Wonder" and promptly faded away, unless you can find info to show the opposite...

You want to make it in that business, you have to have at least a full album's worth of excellent music (preferably original not covers) all ready to go before you start shopping around for a record deal. Or your one really spectacular piece makes it big on the Singles chart for a few weeks and they ask "What else have you got?", and get "..." as the answer. Wrong answer.

You might be able to come up with the material in a few months - but by then you've long missed the bus. And that one's a Special, it doesn't come around often.

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