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adamz689

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Re: Few mysteries from Polish TV
« Reply #30 on: July 18, 2019, 03:34:34 PM »
Next cue to recognize:
Second Channel (TVP2) pause loop used in 1992-1997 period
00:10-00:26

00:00-01:17

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Re: Few mysteries from Polish TV
« Reply #31 on: September 23, 2019, 11:34:25 AM »
06:13-08:12 Some Sonoton cue?

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Re: Few mysteries from Polish TV
« Reply #32 on: September 27, 2019, 08:07:37 PM »
I've got another mystery:
Opening of TVP Rzeszów's (then TV Rzeszów) regional news program "Aktualności" (0:02-0:10):

From what I know the cue was also used by SIC's "Jornal de Noite" in years 1992-1997. The mysterious track sounds like similar ones from Koka Media, but I haven't found it neither in any pre-October 1992 albums available on Universal Production Music's websites nor in the now-discontinued KOK 2021 and KOK 2023 CDs that have been uploaded in these forums.

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Re: Few mysteries from Polish TV
« Reply #33 on: November 22, 2019, 10:13:01 PM »
00:00-01:13 Track used as a background of clock in programme startup from 2002.
Hint: It was used on the First Channel for programme startups since mid 90s along with
Jean Yves D'Angelo - Sunset Drive [KOK 2073], Frédéric Masson - City Mag [KOK 2089]

Sorry for double post, but I've finally found that track. It's "Quiet Waves" by Thierry David and it curiously comes from the generally discontinued K-Vox library (Koka Media's sister label) I wrote "generally" since I found out that the label is strangely available on Nichion's (Universal Production Music's Japanese distributor) site: www,nslibrary,nichion,co,jp/albums/9528-K-VOX104

EDIT (24th November, 2019):

Just look at this guys :) (Clock)
I've managed to identify this track, too. It also comes from K-Vox library and it's "Direct Flight" by Thierry David [KVOX 104]. Also around the same time, "So Softly" from the same album was also used as one of BGMs during the clock on TVP1.
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Re: Few mysteries from Polish TV
« Reply #34 on: November 27, 2019, 02:16:40 AM »
00:00-01:13 Track used as a background of clock in programme startup from 2002.
Hint: It was used on the First Channel for programme startups since mid 90s along with
Jean Yves D'Angelo - Sunset Drive [KOK 2073], Frédéric Masson - City Mag [KOK 2089]

Sorry for double post, but I've finally found that track. It's "Quiet Waves" by Thierry David and it curiously comes from the generally discontinued K-Vox library (Koka Media's sister label) I wrote "generally" since I found out that the label is strangely available on Nichion's (Universal Production Music's Japanese distributor) site: www,nslibrary,nichion,co,jp/albums/9528-K-VOX104

EDIT (24th November, 2019):

Just look at this guys :) (Clock)
I've managed to identify this track, too. It also comes from K-Vox library and it's "Direct Flight" by Thierry David [KVOX 104]. Also around the same time, "So Softly" from the same album was also used as one of BGMs during the clock on TVP1.
You impressed me Moleoman. You're the Man!

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Re: Few mysteries from Polish TV
« Reply #35 on: December 13, 2019, 01:32:18 PM »
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Second Channel 14.02.1995, closedown sequence
00:05-01:59 romantic cue, perfect for Valentine's Day closedown in the background of programme schedule ;)
I just found that this romantic cue is : David Roach-Love Is ;)

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Re: Few mysteries from Polish TV
« Reply #36 on: January 02, 2020, 01:06:24 PM »

00:18-01:08
Anybody knows cue in the background?
First cue is Industrial Mag by Jean François Massoni [KOK2089]

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Re: Few mysteries from Polish TV
« Reply #37 on: January 12, 2020, 08:00:50 PM »
Next cue to recognize ;)