Can't download the plug in. Do you have any other links?
Waldek, there are plenty of people here who are knowledgeable and I am sure who can answer your question. But few of us want to jump through the hoops of downloading and plowing through the commercial sites that your links lead to.
When asking for help on an issue like this it's best if the leg work is done on your end. I see that you are new to the forum, so please have a look at some of the other threads to see how posters make it easy for readers to hear music.
Thanks and welcome to the forum.
[quote=hup_d_dup;569314]Waldek, there are plenty of people here who are knowledgeable and I am sure who can answer your question. But few of us want to jump through the hoops of downloading and plowing through the commercial sites that your links lead to.
I've reuploaded the tunes on youtube
[ame=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9qEQFnkC8fw]YouTube - ‪two unknown jazz tunes‬‏[/ame]
Thanks for the Youtube Link - that made it a lot easier to listen to the tunes. I don't know the names but based on the style, my guess is that they are studio compositions for use in these types of cartoons rather than commercial releases. Just my guess.
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Selmer Invicta London ('56)
Olds Recording ('58, '59, '60)
Olds Super ('51, '63, '66, '67, '68, '69)
Olds Standard ('46)
Olds SuperStar ('71, '72)
Olds Studio ('55, '59, '70)
Olds Special ('51, '56, '58, '60, '62,'68,'73)
Olds Ambassador (a few: '49-'79)
Olds Flugelhorn ('70)
(+Eastman, Besson 609 , Conn Director, King Cleveland, Holton Collegiate, Blessing Accord,
Conn Severinsen, York, Yamaha, Getzen, Amati, Revelle, Bundy, Alcazar)
Totally have no idea the names of these tunes, but what a shame to have such noise playing over such great songs.
I can identify this one though (a bit off track, but this cartoon jazz lick is just to cool not to post on this thread).
[ame=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C5oHi7TYKqw]YouTube - ‪Hey Arnold theme song‬‏[/ame]
Yes Waldek, thanks for the youtube link. I'm with Comeback Kid in saying that it was especially recorded for the animation, hence the sound effects playing over it.
gmon, Hey Arnold was one my favorites, but I never paid attention to the jazz at the beginning until watching some reruns recently
[quote=lakerjazz;570081]Yes Waldek, thanks for the youtube link. I'm with Comeback Kid in saying that it was especially recorded for the animation, hence the sound effects playing over it.
Hi lakerjazz, thanks a lot for the answer, but I really don’t think that it was especially recorded for the animation. These two samples I was taken from the Soviet Russian old animation ‘Nu pogodi” (episodes 3 and 5), which were created in 1971-1972
[ame=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iELSoCuZrsI]YouTube - ‪?? ??????! (?????? 3)‬‏[/ame]
[ame=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X-PV9lqdmj8]YouTube - ‪?? ??????! (?????? 5)‬‏[/ame]
As you know, in that time no one paid attention to copyright in USSR. They used American and West European music everywhere - on TV shows, movies, theatre, etc. without any permissions. On the end credits they never showed the list of the used music.
By the way, on the same episode 3 was used “My Little Suede Shoes” by Charlie Parker (watch from 7:36). Special thanks to flugeler for this sample's ID. Unfortunately, I failing to know who is the performer of this version.
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