Wednesday, January 30, 2019

New Info Updates

I've updated a few previously posted songs with some newly obtained info.  Thanks to Craig-UK for all of this.


- Wheels in Motion is contained on a production-music album, after all.  It's on MPM001 from Manhattan music, which was released in 1987. I left the youtube link for those that find it more convenient, however.

- The Far Turn & Fast Man, in addition to being on two separate Valentino compilation albums, were originally on the same Valentino Album (V-CD 13 - Sports Themes). This album isn't online that I can find, but the previously posted compilation albums still are.  However, the Valentino library apparently isn't hosted on Universal anymore so I had to change the links to their BMG source instead.

- The Right Stuff was originally contained on EA 2015 (Broadcast) from the Emil Ascher library.  This library isn't online, AFAIK, but this info at least provides a release date for this song (1984).  I'm not sure if the alt mix is on this album, however (*EDIT* - the alt mix isn't on the EA album, but the regular version is virtually identical—thanks to Craig-UK again).

Friday, January 18, 2019

Unknown Song #49 (Pro?)

Song - Unknown Song #49
Primetime Usage - 2001-05
Featured Highlight - Cardinals @ Lions, 2003


Among the three mid-2001 additions, Unknown Song #49 is probably the weakest.  It's still better than most of the tracks that didn't last, though.  It also—unlike US #48 or the one I'll be posting next during Super Bowl week—doesn't appear to have been used in 2002 for some reason.  Anyway…  accompanying US #49 is the Cardinals/Lions season opener from 2003 where Anquan Boldin set the rookie debut receiving record.  Enjoy!

Oh, as an aside, it sounds like Chris Berman & Tom Jackson will be returning to host NFL Primetime for the conference-title games this weekend.  That's pretty cool…

*EDIT* - This song was used a couple times in 2002 (thanks to Robert Enriquez on youtube for the info).



Monday, January 7, 2019

Ads

I've added some Adsense ads onto this site.  I don't think they're too much of an eyesore.