Tuesday, September 27, 2011


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Track 1 - Main Theme / Bob Harris & Paul Francis Webster
Track 2 - I'm Scaling This Wall As Easily As I Can Walk / Dialogue
Track 3 - Big Bass Guitar / Bill Martin & Phil Coulter
Track 4 - Looks Like Trouble / Syd Dale
Track 5 - The Hellraisers / Syd Dale
Track 6 - Trap Door / David Lindup
Track 7 - Sixth Sense / David Lindup
Track 8 - Don't Worry Mr.Mayor / Dialogue
Track 9 - Dream Fantasy / Syd Dale
Track 10 - Walk & Talk / Syd Dale
Track 11 - Escaped? Well You Wont This Time / Dialogue
Track 12 - Slipstream / Syd Dale
Track 13 - Men Of Action / David Lindup
Track 14 - Stand By / David Lindup
Track 15 - There's Some Sort Of Danger Here / Dialogue
Track 16 - Action Stations / David Lindup
Track 17 - Thwip / SFX
Track 18 - Zero Hour / David Lindup
Track 19 - Grand Prix / Johnny Pearson
Track 20 - Quite Contrary / Syd Dale
Track 21 - The Whole Zoo Is Breaking Loose / Dialogue
Track 22 - Maelstrom / Syd Dale
Track 23 - Meet The Family / Alan Hawkshaw
Track 24 - Mods And Rockers / Bill Martin & Phil Coulter
Track 25 - LSD / Bill Martin & Phil Coulter
Track 26 - Discotek / Bill Martin & Phil Coulter
Track 27 - Juggernaut / David Lindup
Track 28 - Forewarning A / Syd Dale
Track 29 - They're Afraid Of The Vultureman / Dialogue
Track 30 - Walk In A Nightmare / Syd Dale
Track 31 - Raver / Alan Hawkshaw
Track 32 - The Washington Affair / Syd Dale
Track 33 - Forewarnign C / Syd Dale
Track 34 - Veiled Threat A / David Lindup
Track 35 - How Do You Like Being Tied Up For A Change? / Dialogue
Track 36 - Veiled Threat B / David Lindup
Track 37 - Not So Private Eye / Syd Dale
Track 38 - Dread And Danger / Syd Dale
Track 39 - Let's Get This Show On The Road Gang / Dialogue
Track 40 - Drive On / Alan Hawkshaw
Track 41 - News Views / Syd Dale
Track 42 - Stop Look and Listen / David Lindup
Track 43 - We're On Top Of The World / Bill Martin & Phil Coulter
Track 44 - Harriet & Harry / Dialogue
Track 45 - Into The Sunset / Harris & Webster
Track 46 - Main Theme (French Version) / Various

Here is a special treat for you all, a truly comprehensive and utterly fab collection of KPM tracks that were used in the Spider-Man t.v series. Syd Dale and David Lindup are featured heavily with familiar names such as Hawkshaw and Pearson also being included, the musical styles range from tense strings and jazzy go-go grooves to bombastic big band numbers. Interspersed throughout are little snippets of humorous dialogue from the show which adds even more joy. The Syd Dale tracks hold the compilation together, "Quite Contrary", "The Hellraisers", "The Washington Affair" and "Not So Private Eye" are all exceptional but there is plenty more gold to be found elsewhere. I spent months trying to find a copy of this record before it was finally donated to me by one of the Funky Frolic family. Don't let this opportunity slip, it is one of the most desirable library music collections imaginable!


bark said...

Your posts have been world class the last week. Thanks!

Holly said...

Thank you!

DonHo57 said...

Only at the Frolic house could we find this treasure...thanks!

Anonymous said...

Can't wait to listen to this... thank you

Budd said...

I can't wait to listen to this!! I am catching up on your posts - Great stuff!
I love the Spiderman theme - my favourite being Geoff Love's instrumental cover
Frayker Breaks did a great comp of the 70s tv show a while back
But my all time great spiderman grooves have to be performed by Johnny Douglas on 'Spiderman and his Amazing Friends'! About a year ago I emailed Dulcima Records and asked them to release a compilation of his incidental music from the show but didn't get a reply (not surprising I guess)
Thanks again!

Mr. Craig said...

Thanks for all the comments folks!!

@Budd - I don't think I have that Frayker comp but I do have the awesome "Amazing Spiderman OST" which I'll post sometime.

112nortwest said...

Just discovered your amazing blog and I am really exited about the few posts I have seen on your first page already...will be catching up and back of course. Thanks so much for all your hard work...

Budd said...

This is great! I love KPM tunes!!
I think the ost you are talking about may be the one I was thinking of.. Is it a fantastic wah wah fest?? If so that's it! If you find the Johnny Douglas tracks please let me know!

Mr. Craig said...

Yep, lots of wah wah with a really strong porn groove vibe. Spidey got real sexy there for a while! I'll try to post it sooner rather than later and will keep an eye out for the Richard Douglas stuff. Cheers.

Mr. Craig said...

Sorry, Johnny Douglas!

viggaz said...

thanks for this one! i've come across many collections of old Spidey music and this one is quite thorough. tho i must say, without fail all of the collections are always missing many of the "key" themes that were used time and again. i'm sure they were library tracks, but from where ... who knows?

milton. said...

thanks for this! i was just watching the cartoon tonight, and i was commenting on how jazzy and beatnik-ish the music is. awesome. thanks a million.

Diego M Naccarelli said...

Thank you!!
I've also been looking (for years!) the Johnny Douglas score for Spiderman and his Amazing Friends.

Anonymous said...

good look

Anonymous said...

Groovy lookin' sound. Thanks for sharing it with us! (and for all the other stuff here at the blog too! )

dw declare said...

right on, brother. a million thanks!!

SpideyBoi said...

This is a *recompressed* version of the original MP3 captures. Unfortunate. It sounds like ass.

Mr. Craig said...

This rip was kindly donated to me and I was very grateful. A better quality version can be found by purchasing the CD.

Anonymous said...

Any chance of posting this again for download? The link seems dead.

Mr. Craig said...

I'll try to find time on the weekend to do that for you.

Anonymous said...

mediafire doesn't work anymore apparently

ChapterPlays said...

Any luck on a re-up for this. Much appreciated.

Ronn Roxx said...

Yes, please re up this one... Thanks ;-)