Author Topic: Links to documentaries, films and television that used library music. HELP!  (Read 476 times)

microluv

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Library Family <3

Here is the story..

My name is Jared. I go as microluv when I perform music live.
I LOVE.. LOVE library music and have been actively collecting all the vinyl and digital copies that I can put my hands on.

I am currently preparing for a DJ/production show in March as part of a film festival in my home town of Ann Arbor, Michigan, and my set will be entirely about library music! YAY!!! I am so excited to share this amazing music. I bring up itís great untold story of music any chance I get.

I am working with a dear friend, a talented VJ, to add a video aspect to my set and am in search of any and all video links to the documentaries, films, television, etc. that highlights this great music!

If you could please share any links with me, we would greatly appreciate it!

Hereís the start to my list:

The actually video footage from racconti di mare(sonar shout out!!)
https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=M22yqj7W3ZI

The living dead at Manchester morgue
https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=P5zSq18RDUo

Fantastic planet
https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=SgCxCZNkQ9E

Questo sporco mondo meraviglioso
https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0197790/

Karate warriors 2
https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=7oIYaIfb2RE


The polish film series that used SONOTON library records??

Early KPM Monday night football..


Any who..
Anything helps!

Peace and love library family!!
-Jared
soundcloud.com/microluv



Retronic

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Crikey, there are hundreds.  The ID section here will have links to documentaries.  I could list loads of films that were entirely library music- mpstly 70's horrors.  Australian soaps and dramas of the 70's and 80's largely used library music throughout. UK crime shows sometimes too.

tuneboy

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The Spongebob Squarepants animation series uses loads of library music. Here is some info on that.
http://spongebob.wikia.com/wiki/List_of_associated_production_music

Mr

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There are tons! Night of the Living Dead is another famous one.
I have a small youtube channel with just clips of library cues featured in films/shows which might be of interest: Library in Context

Retronic

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Great channel, Mr.

roope

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WOW! Mr, I didn't know this channel existed! Sweeeeet! Will definitely dive deep in there!

stackjackson

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WOW! Mr, I didn't know this channel existed! Sweeeeet! Will definitely dive deep in there!

Yep, same here. Very cool.
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microluv

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There are tons! Night of the Living Dead is another famous one.
I have a small youtube channel with just clips of library cues featured in films/shows which might be of interest: Library in Context

This is exactly what I was looking for!!!

Thank you to everyone!!!

What show was this documentary??
Sorry found it in the bottom of your description!! And found a link to the whole documentary!! Want more like it still :)

https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=ZvvSWp5ajb8
I really want to find more stuff like this!
« Last Edit: January 14, 2019, 02:41:41 PM by microluv »

Mr

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Whilst not really library, I'll highly recommend the rest of Bruno Vailati's filmography too! He had underwater documentaries scores by Stefano Liberati, Daniele Patucchi, and Riz Ortolani, among others.

apmnut

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Monty Python's Flying Circus uses tons of library, mostly from De Wolfe.