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1960's Spider-Man cartoon score music unleashed!

1960's Spider-Man cartoon score music unleashed!

About the show

Playing tracks by

Syd dale, Bill Martin & Phil Coulter, Johnny Pearson, Bob Harris & Paul Francis Webster, David Lindup and more.

NOTE: online show features 25 minutes of added content not in original broadcast!
Wallopin' Websnappers! It's the music from the 1960's Spider-Man animated series. Hear the many familiar instrumental underscore tracks sourced from the UK based KPM library of stock music and utilized in the second & third season of the 60's Spider-Man series and discover the men behind the music.

Comments

Mark Glover Masterson

So fek'n! sweet...late to the party however considering this air date. Can I download by any chance. Options? A fan of the red leotard spidey man!

mbobyn
mbobyn

Fabulous and funky! thanks so much for this!!

Jay Bez
Jay Bez

Did they ever find any more tracks from season 1?

The Sixties

If they have, they've not been released. My theory is that they do exist in some form. After all-Disney was able to use the instrumental Spider-man theme in the making of the DVD box set about 10 years ago(it's heard in the menu). I've also heard(and have) the theme in French-which is strange enough to hear.

The South Park Posse & Kenny

yayy excellnent !

The Sixties

Glad you enjoyed the program. I'm so amazed how popular this one show has become. Something I did on a whim. A self indulgent thing on my part because I always loved the music and searched for it for decades. Never thought Anyone else would really care for it. I was so excited when I finally located it all, I had to share it-and the story behind it. Little did I know so many others would have an interest in it.

The South Park Posse & Kenny

well , you might check my latest mix and bring some of that same excirtement with you , you gonna love it & i am not cynical yayy

The South Park Posse & Kenny

beside that i prefer not to talk in between the music but under the mixes

Vinyl Miners

Amazing!!!!!!

DJ A-UP
DJ A-UP

This is the best podcast I have listened to in a long time! Thank you for the education!

The Sixties

Thank you. Pleased you enjoyed It. It was really a self indulgent feature for myself to do, I had no idea that it would become so popular. It took me decades to find the source of the music. Once I did I just had to share it.

Erik Von Erik

I have been waiting for this for 37 years! but where are the rest of the tracks? there are about 5 favorites of mine that are not accounted for here.

The Sixties

Hi Erik-Glad you enjoyed the show. I waited about that long myself(It took me that long to find the tracks! As for the five-not everything is avaialbe. Nothing from Ray Ellis's first season underscores are available. I still believe that SOMEONE has those scores-since when Disney released the "Spiderman 67" DVD box set-we actually got the instrumental backing track to the Theme song used on the DVD menus. As for the KPM library, not all of that is available at the moment. One of my favorite tracks that I didn't get to was from a gent named Kenny Graham called "Panic Patrol". It along with Graham's "Shopping Jaunt" were 2 tracks I simply couldn't find in time for the program. "Panic Patrol" is absolutley key - since I've heard that track used in modern cartoons like "Ren & Stinmpy" and "Spongebob Squarepants". It literally took me searching through the KPM library track by track and listening until I found it. You won't find "Shopping Jaunt" but if you search Kenny Graham and "Panic Patrol" on youtube, it's on there. I'd like to know it this is one of the 5 of yours I missed. Thanks for Tunin'

djslatemoney

You are the man! I've been looking for who did this music for over 30 years. Thank you so much! You allowed me to relive my child hood for a moment.

The Sixties

djslatemoney: you're very welcome. I, like you-searched for these tracks for decades. My first clue, as I mentioned in the show, was that Molson Golden beer ad from around 1974. Hearing that confirmed that the Spider-man underscore music HAD to exist elsewhere. As time went on, I started to hear it other places-in other TV shows and commercials but couldn't locate the source. It was a few months before I did the show that I tracked it all down and researched all the musicians involved. Having gone through the KPM library extensively it is quite amazing how much music in there that we hear every day in TV, Sports shows & commercials that all were sourced from that library. So glad you enjoyed the flashback in time. For me, it's just fun hearing those tracks clean & clear without dialogue. Most stand up really well on their own as great pieces of music.

Jay Bez
Jay Bez

Fantastic! Thank you for putting this together.