Author Topic: [ID Help] NFL Primetime Music production library song identification assistance  (Read 8769 times)

Retromatic

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US 47 (1997-2005) - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=634CtgvWsyg
Touch & Go - No production library listed (Only copyright owners: LatinAutorPerf)


This sounds like NonStop or Immediate Music to me. I don't know what these "LatinAutorPerf" and "Orchard" groups that's probably not the original track name. Does YouTube provide any further info?

Mvemjsunpx

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Thanks to a new AI vocal removal technology/site called X-Minus (https://x-minus.pro/), I've been able to use it to have YouTube ID 3 new Primetime songs, including the remaining 2 longest used tracks that weren't made by John Colby:

US 38 (1997)  - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HVKi7vfZKeY
Gut Wrencher - from the album Thrash [BRg Extreme Cuts]; Manhattan Production Music/BRG
https://manhattan.sourceaudio.com/#!details?id=324750

US 41 (1997-2005) - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p8Jv5l3b0lU
Old School Radio Bed - from the album High Definition [BRg Contemporary]; Manhattan Production Music/BRG
https://manhattan.sourceaudio.com/#!details?id=313506

US 47 (1997-2005) - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=634CtgvWsyg
Touch & Go - No production library listed (Only copyright owners: LatinAutorPerf)

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Also has previously stated, at least 4 1988 era songs are on Musikos Sports CDs. We have 3 & 4, but missing 1 and 2, where we think the others and possible more are.

US #09 (10-88) / US #09 (10-88) ? from Musikos Sports ?
US #11 (10-88) Spring Training from Musikos Sports 3
US #14 (10-88) ? from Musikos Sports ?
US #17 (06-88) (Pedal to the Metal?) from Musikos Sports ?


Very good finds!

Mvemjsunpx

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US 47 (1997-2005) - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=634CtgvWsyg
Touch & Go - No production library listed (Only copyright owners: LatinAutorPerf)


This sounds like NonStop or Immediate Music to me. I don't know what these "LatinAutorPerf" and "Orchard" groups that's probably not the original track name. Does YouTube provide any further info?

There's a YouTube account called "Latinautorperf", but it doesn't appear to have any connection to the song.

GodzFire

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i've also uploaded additional youtube samples using the X-Minus Pro AI vocal remover, so you can hear the song easier.

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US 47 (1997-2005) - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=634CtgvWsyg
Touch & Go - No production library listed (Only copyright owners: LatinAutorPerf)


This sounds like NonStop or Immediate Music to me. I don't know what these "LatinAutorPerf" and "Orchard" groups that's probably not the original track name. Does YouTube provide any further info?

Everything I had was included

GodzFire

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Thanks to CraigUK, we now know $47 is "Touch & Go" from Stock Music smi313 (PowerMax)
https://www.musicdirectorla.com/carrier/69762

He noted: "Not sure if it is worth noting for any future searches but as NFL Primetime has used both Pyramid and Stock Music, it could be possible that they used other TRF Music Libraries..."
« Last Edit: August 10, 2021, 12:12:57 AM by GodzFire »

Mvemjsunpx

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Unknown Songs #18, #19, and #20 have all been ID'd, again thanks to Craig-UK.  They all come from Sonoton LP SON 246 - Industrial Themes & Underscores, Vol. 5.  That particular LP was never made into a Sonoton CD, but some of the songs from it did eventually make it to CD.  The original version of "Forcefields" (US #20) has never been released digitally, however.  There is a remix of Forcefields on Sonoton Vanguards SCDV 510.

This also means that every NFL Primetime highlight track from 1989-90 (i.e., the Sonoton Era) has been identified, at least AFAIK.

https://www.primetimemusic.net/2021/09/unknown-songs-18-19-and-20-identified.html

Mvemjsunpx

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Unknown Songs #48, #49, and #50, also known as the "2001 Trilogy," have all been identified.  Their names are, in fact, the placeholder names associated with them previously:  Highlights, Pro, and Legends.

All three were written specifically for ESPN by Joel Beckerman & Lloyd Landesman (the composer of the CBS College Football theme).  Since they're ESPN internals, they likely don't exist on any sort of public music library.


https://www.primetimemusic.net/2021/10/2001-trilogy-identified.html