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This band is raring to go. Although Anti-Pasti sit proud among the list of bands who rode the wave of early Eighties punk, there have been qualities that always set them apart. A self-titled singles retrospective surfaced a year later, but the group split in following the departure of Roper. Web: www. Fey and Carlock had already written the monologue for Walter Bankston, the "eyewitness" who saw Kimmy and her friends emerge from the bunker, and let the group take it from there.
They were relieved not to have to spend hours scouring websites for news reports; having a fake one written for them made their job a lot more fun. Watch the original version , without the music, to see what they had to work with. The only cast members singing on it were Shirley Jones and David Cassidy, her real-life stepson. In fact, they were the only ones allowed to sing on any of the Partridge Family records, even though the whole group was nominated for a Grammy for Best New Artist in The Carpenters won.
Jones was already a star in her own right, but Cassidy became a superstar because of the series. He toured the world, selling out stadiums and being literally mobbed by fans wherever he went, then would come home and find women in his car and his home, often naked.
But once a week, even after he'd posed naked on the cover of Rolling Stone , he was clean, cute Keith Patridge, urging viewers to "c'mon get happy" and climb aboard the Mondrian-themed bus with the rest of the gang.
But I never walk out on projects, so I sort of forced myself to finish. Batman and Robin wouldn't break the law even to save their own lives, and Hefti took their commitment as seriously as they did, but without the technicolor outfit. And so he struggled for a long time, tearing up one attempt after another, until he finally came up with the song that would go on to be covered by everyone from Jan and Dean to The Jam.
Who doesn't remember the oh-so croon-y theme song to The Love Boat? It promised its weekly guests adventure, romance, and most of all, love, for everybody who boarded the Pacific Princess. Critics hated the show with a passion, but the ratings soared. Williams' first major acting role had been playing Virgil, an orangutan, in Battle for the Planet of the Apes. It ran for ten years. The theme they created together was sung by Jack Jones for all of The Love Boat 's seasons except its final one, when Dionne Warwick's version took over.
And despite its unambiguous depiction of love and romance on the high seas, Gavin MacLeod, who played Captain Merril Stubing, would later suggest that it could be reinterpreted to be a song praising Jesus.
It was flexible as well as memorable. Rawhide , a show about a group of cattle drivers in the s, premiered in , and ran for eight seasons. It popularized the term "hell bent for leather," and managed to have a life long after the show it was created for.
It's been covered by a diverse range of artists, including Liza Minelli, The Jackson 5, and Oingo Boingo, but it was its appearance in The Blues Brothers Movie and its accompanying soundtrack that put it back into the spotlight. In a movie full of great songs, it holds its own. The songwriters knew their stuff. Both had long careers and won a number of Oscars for their songs. Frankie Laine would later sing the theme to Mel Brooks' movie Blazing Saddles , a parody of classic westerns, complete with whipcracks.
He sang it with such sincerity and heart that Brooks was sure he didn't know the movie was a comedy, and when Brooks saw the tears in his eyes, he didn't have the heart to tell him. Back in the s, producer Alan Sacks was looking for a theme song for a new show called Kotter , starring Gabe Kaplan, about a guy who returned to his neighborhood in Brooklyn, New York, to teach the type of slacker high school kid that he once used to be.
The show would launch the career of John Travolta, and create a new set of high school archetypes for a generation of TV viewers. Sachs needed a theme song, and what he wanted was something that had a Lovin' Spoonful type of sound.
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