Author Topic: Rare Music from Real Wheels/Live Action Video for Kids - Dimension (1985-19??)  (Read 105 times)

musictheorist

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https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCPePHsBNIDZXXn4Pgir8Tvg

The music is from a defunct and obscure production music library once from Jupiter, Florida called Dimension.

It was released in 1985. Many 90s kids would remember hearing these tracks in a video series called Live Action Video for Kids/Real Wheels featuring Dave Hood.


Videos from 1994 until 2003 had tracks featured in videos such as "There Goes a Truck", "There Goes a Boat", "There Goes a Spaceship", and "There Goes a Race Car" to be example

Here is the PDF of the track list.
http://www.cieri.net/Documenti/Dischi/Dimension%20-%20Production%20Music%20Library%20(Holophonic%20-%20Zuccarelli)%20-%20Volumes%201%20thru%2010%20-%20CD%20and%20LP%20Index.pdf

https://www.discogs.com/label/947128-27th-Dimension-Inc (Also some LPs found on Discogs)

New videos would be posted daily from the channel "Real Wheeler" which I found while looking online.

The composers for these tracks are Roland St. John Hanneman, Steve Quinzi, and Gregg Drzewicki.

1985: The Gold Series is released on 10 CDs/LPs.

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To give an example of what is like, most of the tracks are heavily synthesized on the Yamaha DX7 (many of the patches are heard such as the brass), and drum machines, with some live sounds such as saxophones and the piano.

This track: Computer Energy, Exciting, Driving, Contemporary, Synthetic from Dimension CD/LP 4 (1985), Roland Hanneman