Author Topic: Timbrewood Production Music (TPM)  (Read 153 times)

Mr

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Timbrewood Production Music (TPM)
« on: June 10, 2018, 07:55:49 PM »

US label under Dick Girvin Productions, published by Timbrewood Publishing (BMI) and Sharilda Publishing (ASCAP).

101/102 - The Tower (4400 Series) - Dick Girvin/Richard Manners
103/104 - The Tower (4400 Series) - Dick Girvin/Richard Manners/Mumm (????)
105/106 - Upbeat (2400 Series) - Ragland (????)
107/108 - Pedro's Fiesta (1600 Series) - William Loose
109/110 - The Island (4000 Series) - William Loose
111/112 - The Island (4000 Series) - William Loose
113/114 - Beach (2300 Series) - Richard Manners
115/116 - Ocean's Edge (2700 Series) - Allen (????)
117/118 - Ocean's Edge (2700 Series) - Allen (????)
119/120 - Route 101 (1900 Series)/Abilene (1770 Series) - Dick Girvin/Richard Manners/William Loose
121/122 - River Valley (4430 Series) - William Loose
123/124 - Land We Knew (1700 Series)/Urban Look (5000 Series) - William Loose/Allen (????)
125/126 - New Concepts (4200 Series) - Paul Ruhland
127/128 - Ski-Time (2500 Series) - Richard Manners/Dick Girvin/Schiff (????)
129/130 - Four Corners (4900 Series) - William Loose
131/132 - Gulliver's Travels (1020 Series)/Unlikely Zoo (1000 Series) - Dick Girvin/Bourgeois (????)/Mumm (????)
133/134 - Toy Regiment (1040 Series)/Backyard Safari (1040 Series) - Dick Girvin/Richard Manners
135/136 - The Twenties (2900 Series) - William Loose/William Castleman/Claiborne (????)
137/138 - Scott Joplin & Friends (2920 Series) - Joplin arr. William Loose/William Castleman

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Re: Timbrewood Production Music (TPM)
« Reply #1 on: July 08, 2018, 11:18:53 PM »
Over the years i've heard that there is supposedly a ton of these from the late 70's and the library lasted till 1979, including an album of material credited to Don Great around the end of the library. As rare as these things are, i'm not sure if this was all just some internet B.S. or if it's real.

Any Timbrewood i've ever seen turn up was always no later than early 70's. Nothing beyond that. Any idea?

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Re: Timbrewood Production Music (TPM)
« Reply #2 on: July 08, 2018, 11:42:14 PM »

"A ton" sounds like an overestimate - these are all I've ever seen, at least.
The "Series" listed on each refers to the section of numbered cues the material was fetched from (see image), perhaps suggesting there was a much larger library of over 5000 cues somewhere (tape, by-order-only?) - or this is simply how they organized the cues, thematically numbered or something like that. Note there's no "3xxx Series", for instance.
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Re: Timbrewood Production Music (TPM)
« Reply #3 on: July 09, 2018, 12:49:14 AM »
Is a rip of that "Land We Knew" album out there? Judging by the track titles, it seems rather interesting.

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Re: Timbrewood Production Music (TPM)
« Reply #4 on: July 09, 2018, 02:28:09 AM »

"A ton" sounds like an overestimate - these are all I've ever seen, at least.
The "Series" listed on each refers to the section of numbered cues the material was fetched from (see image), perhaps suggesting there was a much larger library of over 5000 cues somewhere (tape, by-order-only?) - or this is simply how they organized the cues, thematically numbered or something like that. Note there's no "3xxx Series", for instance.

Yea that's what I saw all this time too. I've looked for years in terms of "3000" series and there's no documentation anywhere. This is why I was wondering if it was some kind of internet BS. But never thought about the tape reel only possibility being a lot of the possible "other" stuff that no one can find, which a lot of these more obscure US libraries from the day were mostly dealing in.