70s TV Themes sounds, quotes, and clips. Amuse and entertain your friends!
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70s TV Theme sounds from all your favorite classic shows! Let the good times roll!
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Awesome theme songs and opening credits music from
Six Million Dollar Man
Dukes of Hazzard
The Love Boat
Little House on the Prairie
Sanford and son
the addams family
all in the family
wkrp in cincinnati
monty pythons flying circus
i dream of jeannie
welcome back kotter
laverne and shirley
and more great hits!
Leave it to the folks at Time Life Music to assemble a collection of television themes to bring you back to those places in the 1970s where all was sweetness and light -- or at least you thought it was because you were too young to know differently; you were blasted out of your gourd; and/or you were a teen and your folks were occupied by the tube while you were doing more "meaningful" things. No matter how you slice it, the music from the TV themes to the big shows of the 1970s was either creative, corny, fun, or some combo of all three. Where else could you find a former rockabilly prince (in this case none other than Sonny Curtis) writing and singing the theme song to The Mary Tyler Moore Show? That's right, the guy who wrote "Rockin' Around with Ollie Vee" and "I Fought the Law" wrote "Love Is All Around," the show's theme. Quincy Jones was kickin' it with "The Streetbeater," the theme for Sanford & Son, as were John Sebastian of the Lovin' Spoonful with the Welcome Back Kotter theme, Henry Mancini with the song of note for Charlie's Angels, Mike Post with The Rockford Files, the Brady Bunch with, well, The Brady Bunch theme, and, of course, the Banana Splits with "The Tra-La-La Song." Michael Parks' reading of "Long, Lonesome Highway" was the theme for Then Came Bronson, too! In other words, this is one crazy, kooky, and utterly fine album of TV themes for any collector -- or strange person who wants to relive television in the 1970s for any reason.
70's and 80's is the 3rd volume of the Television's Greatest Hits series of compilation albums by TVT Records. It was recorded at Studio 900 and mastered at Bernie Grundman Studio.
The album catalog was later acquired by The Bicycle Music Company. In September 2011, Los Angeles-based Oglio Records announced they were releasing the Television's Greatest Hits song catalog after entering into an arrangement The Bicycle Music Company. A series of 9 initial "6-packs" including some of the songs from the album has been announced for 2011.
Thanks to channels like MeTV and DejaView in Canada, we can watch (or re-watch for some of us) these old TV shows from the 70s.
There are a lot to choose from, but among my faves are the Harvey Korman/Tim Conway ad-libbed comedy skits from The Carol Burnett Show. I also like the fact that a show such as The Family Guy has an alternative version to the Maude theme song.
Even the spin-offs were successful in their own right. Rhoda, Phyllis and Lou Grant all came from The Mary Tyler Moore Show. The Jeffersons was a spin-off from Maude, which originated from All in the Family.
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