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apmnut

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Looking for info on these tracks
« on: January 23, 2019, 10:44:02 PM »
Below is a list of various tracks and track names I've found mostly on various databases and production music websites that have intrigued me and that I'd really like to know the origin of. I've looked on Discogs for info for any of these tracks and have found nothing. Any info regarding any of these tracks is greatly appreciated.

A La Francaise- James Moody, Tommy Reilly (under a pseudonym?)
Advance of the Jeeps- Jack Shaindlin
Background Blues- Otto Sieben
Betsy- Joe Brook
Bond Street Poodle- Rolf Cardello
Bossa Cubana- Gerhard Narholz
Bull Frog Ballet- Jack Shaindlin
Chug a Lug- Van Phillips
Comic Oriental- Van Phillips
Comical Street Scene- Leslie Bridgewater
Domestic Bliss- George Melachrino
Eighteen Harmonica Stings- James Moody, Tommy Reilly
Electronic Organ Stings- Wolf Droysen
Elephant's Gavotte- Steve Race
Fallen Hero- Jack Shaindlin
Festival for Strings- George Potella
Fiddle for Fun- Jack Shaindlin
Five Mysteriosos- James Moody, Tommy Reilly
Flivver Chase- Phil Green
Flute Man- Jack Shaindlin
Following Up- Gert Wilden
Four Harmonic Stings- James Moody, Tommy Reilly
Ghost Party- Sam Fonteyn
Ghostly- Leslie Bridgewater
Gondola Scene- Ronald Binge
Groovy Baby- Ib Glindemann
Guaracha Senorita- Heide Pehofer
Happy Harp- Horst Ramthor
Happy Violin- Jan Loren
Haunted Castle- George Melachrino
Idle Jack- Van Phillips
Italian Vagabond- James Moody, Tommy Reilly (likely under a pseudonym)
Jimmy O'Goblin- Van Phillips
Joy of Living- Siegfried Ulbrich
Keystone Kops- Phil Green
Kiddie Pool- Phil Green
Last Chance Saloon- Phil Green
Light Machines- Wolf Droysen
Little Bears- Rolf Wilhelm
Little Strings- Rolf Wilhelm
Longing for Linda- Van Phillips
Marching Ghosts- Eugen Illin
Me for You- George Callert
Murder in Mind- Ronald Hanmer
My Trumpet- Derrick Mallot
Ominous Warfare- Leslie Bridgewater
Pacific Blue- Tony Osborne
Penguin Promenade- Jack Shaindlin
Penthouse Mood- Jack Shaindlin
Place Bleu- Werner van Overheidt
Quick- Joe Brook
Quickly Happy- Erwin Lehn
RB 10- Ronald Binge (this has to be a cat. number [definitely for Impress], but for what track?)
Roger the Lodger- Van Phillips
Romance in Paris- Ib Glindemann
Saddle Days- Steve Race
Sao Paulo- Krys Moram
Satin Slipper- Raymond Beaver
Sentimental Spinster- James Stevens
Shy Kid- Bruce Campbell
Seven Space Stings- James Moody, Tommy Reilly
Speaking Guitar- Gerhard Narholz
The Dignified Drunk- Van Phillips
The Jerk- Phil Green
The Young Lady- Boris Schoska
Tokyo Joe- Archibald Alexander
Unable Seaman- Cedric Palmer
VP 12, 29, 38, 39 41, 42- Van Phillips (catalogue numbers, likely, actually from Impress. Which tracks though?)
Woodwind Capers- Clarence Wheeler
Your Appeal- Rolf Wilhelm
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Re: Looking for info on these tracks
« Reply #1 on: January 27, 2019, 08:56:55 PM »
Bumping this just in case anyone has any info on these tracks.

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Re: Looking for info on these tracks
« Reply #2 on: February 09, 2019, 03:51:11 PM »
Removed "Santa Cantarina" from the list as it's on a SABA LP with Brilliant Musik material entitled "On the Rocks".