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the 'TV Series with unforgettable music' Thread

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Wednesday, September 8, 2010 1:31 PM

CHRISISALL


I think we can all agree that Firefly had AMAZING music- the kind that drifts into your mind at random times, bringing that smile to your face despite yourself.

But other shows have had excellent musical scores as well.
What notes play in your head when you least expect them (I focus on series scores here 'cause in general, they have less time & money to produce them, making them all the more impressive when they ARE great IMO)?

I find these series' music dancing on my synapses quite often:

Star Trek TOS (usually the Constellation theme...)
The Prisoner (Main Title AND incidental- It's ALL good!!)
Dark Angel (love that end credit music)

And, once in a while...

Incredible Hulk
Secret Agent
CHUCK


You all make a list; I'll check it twice...








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Wednesday, September 8, 2010 1:36 PM

WHOZIT


I love the theme to "Cheers".....go ahead and laugh but I think it's great. Also, the music to "BONES" rocks!




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Wednesday, September 8, 2010 1:46 PM

MUTT999


Okay. Gonna show my age here. The Avengers had a great main title, and atmospheric incidental. Loved that show.



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Wednesday, September 8, 2010 1:49 PM

CHRISISALL


Quote:

Originally posted by whozit:
I love the theme to "Cheers".....go ahead and laugh but I think it's great.

There was a time "The Greatest American Hero" song flew 'twixt my ears on a regular basis...


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Wednesday, September 8, 2010 1:50 PM

CHRISISALL


Quote:

Originally posted by Mutt999:
Okay. Gonna show my age here. The Avengers had a great main title, and atmospheric incidental. Loved that show.



Man From U.N.C.L.E. (Jerry Goldsmith) was VERRRRY catchy as well.


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Wednesday, September 8, 2010 1:56 PM

MUTT999


Oh! One more. The U.F.O. main title just plain kicked butt!



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Wednesday, September 8, 2010 2:08 PM

CHRISISALL


Quote:

Originally posted by Mutt999:
Oh! One more. The U.F.O. main title just plain kicked butt!



1980!!! LOL!!! Yeah, that crossed my mind as well.


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Wednesday, September 8, 2010 2:47 PM

ECGORDON

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If your talking about theme songs then my list would have to include:

The Twilight Zone
Twin Peaks
The X-Files
True Blood

I re-watch Wonderfalls quite often, and it is a lot like Firefly, I cannot skip past the opening theme, I have to sing along every time.

Another that most people might think strange for someone of my age to mention, but I also love the theme to the Nickelodeon show The Adventures of Pete and Pete, performed by Polaris.

But for a show that was perfect in using music to set the theme and structure of all the episodes, none compares to Cowboy Bebop.


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Wednesday, September 8, 2010 2:54 PM

CHRISISALL


Quote:

Originally posted by ecgordon:
If your talking about theme songs

Not just, but including.
I can't tell you how much the incidental music from The Prisoner ep "The Girl Who Was Death" goes through my head.
If I ever go deaf, I'll STILL hear all of it!


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Wednesday, September 8, 2010 7:14 PM

THEHAPPYTRADER


I'll never forget that one episode of Castle (Think it was ep 7 or so season 1) where Nathan Fillion was told to stay in the police car while the cops checked the building, and he's going "Puh na na naaa na naaaa naaa naaaa Puh na na na naaaa na na!" and then the bad guy falls on the hood and Nathon's little song is orchestrated in the action music! Hy-Larious!

Found the first part of it on youtube. If I remember correctly the music starts about when this clip ends when he throws the door open.




Also the little whistling bit in the intro is kinda catchy and humorous.

Edit: oh cool, links are videos instead. I'll remember that.


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Wednesday, September 8, 2010 9:00 PM

NAVYSEILS


ATeam and Airwolf are two of mine. I'll never forget those theme tunes. Some of the best parts of a lazy weekend day watching tv as a kid.

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Wednesday, September 8, 2010 9:11 PM

DROCCULARI


For title music, do I even have to say it? Hawaii Five-O

For series score, Lalo Schifrin's music for Mannix


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Wednesday, September 8, 2010 9:55 PM

THESOMNAMBULIST


ECGordon wrote:

Quote:

But for a show that was perfect in using music to set the theme and structure of all the episodes, none compares to Cowboy Bebop.


Spot on! I would pick this as my absolute favourite.

The other show that had the theme that suited the show was Mark Snow's theme for X-Files. Now I was never a fan of the show but that introduction absolutely found the essence of the show. Absolutely brilliant piece of music.

Other good ones....
John Barry's theme for the Persuaders,
Nerf Herder for Buffy






Cartoons - http://cirqusartsandmusic.blogspot.com

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Thursday, September 9, 2010 12:58 AM

LWAVES


If we are sticking to TV shows then for main themes the most common is pobably Airwolf for me. That pops up into my head more often than others.
But I also get the themes from Cheers and MASH in there as well. I have tendancy to whistle The Twilight Zone theme whenever something weird happens.

If it's something sadder then it's either The Lonely Man theme from The Incredible Hulk, Close Your Eyes from Buffy or Laura Palmer's theme from Twin Peaks which I consider one of the most beautiful pieces ever composed. In fact all the Twin Peaks music suited the show perfectly.

And as we are talking scores here I have to mention the new Battlestar Galactica. Not so much for it's theme or other music (although it was good) but for the way Bear McReary took Hendrix's All Along The Watchtower, then disguised it and wove it into the show as the awakening theme for 4 of the final five. McReary then took the main sequence of notes which, when turned into the numbers on a toned keypad, gave them the coordinates to (our) Earth. A brilliant way of not just having music playing over the scene but have it become part of the scene itself and in an extremely important way.



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Thursday, September 9, 2010 1:11 AM

JONGSSTRAW


I like the opening song in Cleopatra 2525. It's what got me to watch this great, underrated series.









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Thursday, September 9, 2010 2:45 AM

IMNOTHERE


Quote:

Originally posted by chrisisall:
You all make a list; I'll check it twice...



Sorry, but there can be only one, and it was made in 1963 by cutting up bits of tape and splicing them together:



...the modern versions don't really cut the mustard.

However, I'd also second U.F.O (and add most of the Gerry Anderson shows to the list).



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Thursday, September 9, 2010 3:10 AM

GWEK


The A-Team
Mission: Impossible
Battlestar Galactica (the original)
Firefly (of course!)

On a lighter note:
Friends
Three's Company

www.stillflying.net: "Here's how it might have been..."

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Thursday, September 9, 2010 3:25 AM

ZEEK


Cheers (totally agree on that theme song)
Fresh Prince of Bel Air (if you can't sing that theme song right now you fail at life)
Looney Toons (can't really forget that music)

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Thursday, September 9, 2010 5:38 AM

CYBERSNARK


Ignoring main themes and out-of-show "source" music 'cause otherwise we'll be here all year:

There is a bagpipe arrangement of "MacBeth's Theme" in the Gargoyles series, but I can't find it on Youtube.
It's basically the last minute or so of this:


Where that "rolling" fanfare kicks in, just done in bagpipes instead of horns. It's one of the only tunes in existence that actually sounds good on the pipes.

Then there's the "Jaffa March," which still sends chills down my spine:



The Klingon Theme which has been with us since TMP:



It's not exactly reused in any series, but "Unicron's Theme" has become my go-to "Cosmic Horror" music.



There's also "Inca Rose" from El Cazadore de la Bruja



For the utterly sweet, there's Beast Player Erin's "lalalila."



Of course, Yoko Kanno's "original" music for Macross Frontier, which is just a pastiche of all of her favourite soundtracks. (Because she's the goddamn Yoko Kanno, that's why.)



Then there's "Dance of Curse" from Escaflowne, again by Kanno-sama.



And I have to give a shout-out to Wreck-55's "The Demon in Me" and "The Will to Love" from W.I.T.C.H. (both were written by Producer Greg Weissman especially for the show).


(Sorry, but there are no "clean" versions. Damn people talkin' over my music.)

An oldie: the "Thundertank" BGM from Thundercats:



The rock/jazz/gospel "impending beatdown music" from Bleach, that plays whenever Ichigo's about to deliver a truly Epic ass-whuppin':



And of course, the four words that can stop any monster, dispell any nightmare, bring down any evil empire, and save the world from total annihilation:
"I. Am. The. Doctor."



And a whole bunch of background music from Oban Star Racers that isn't on Youtube.

. . . Y'know, I'm gonna break my "no main themes" rule and add "The March of the High Guard" from Andromeda, because it's just so damn alien and cool:


Lyrics:
Heaven burns, the stars are falling,
As the enemy draws nigh.
Sound the call, fleet and Lancers,
"Commonwealth" our battle cry.
Face the foe, never waver,
Summon fire from the sky.
From a million sovereign planets,
Scattered through the endless night.
Bound by blood and High Guard honour,
Hold the line until the light.
Hold the line against the Night.

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Friday, September 10, 2010 9:40 AM

KANEMAN


Opening of "The adventures of Brisco county Jr."...way over the top. You would think it was going to be an epic western.....

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Friday, September 10, 2010 9:42 AM

CHRISISALL


Quote:

Originally posted by kaneman:
Opening of "The adventures of Brisco county Jr."...way over the top. You would think it was going to be an epic western.....


It WAS an epic western.


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Friday, September 10, 2010 10:32 AM

KANEMAN


Quote:

Originally posted by chrisisall:
Quote:

Originally posted by kaneman:
Opening of "The adventures of Brisco county Jr."...way over the top. You would think it was going to be an epic western.....


It WAS an epic western.


The laughing Chrisisall




LOL..I agree one of my alltime favs...got to admit opening tune a bit much for the laughter that comes next...





Now I have to go watch it again...thanks

Happyaboutitisall

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Tuesday, September 14, 2010 1:49 PM

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Tuesday, September 14, 2010 5:43 PM

JOURNEY


So I wasn't going to reply, but then I saw that my faves weren't on the list. 'Course that could be because they are a little off the wall, except the last ones. In no particular order, tv music/themes that have gotten stuck in my head:

Theme Songs
Witch Hunter Robin - Shell by Bana



Veronica Mars - We Used To Be Friends by The Dandy Warhols
Say what you want about the show, I'll probably even agree with you, but the opening song is just fun.



McLeod's Daughters
It got way too soapy, but I love the music.



Just orchestral would be:
Hogan's Heroes



Magnum
It's not musical, but the eyebrow wag at the end is my favorite.



Stargate SG-1
I think one reason this gets stuck on repeat in my brain's iPod is the absolute GENIUS timing of the clips with the music.



Well, that's my part for clogging up the boards with too many links.

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Wednesday, September 15, 2010 4:47 AM

ZEEK


Quote:

Originally posted by Journey:
Veronica Mars - We Used To Be Friends by The Dandy Warhols
Say what you want about the show, I'll probably even agree with you, but the opening song is just fun.


OK. Best show ever on CW. 3rd season suffered a bit, but the show should still be on the air today.

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Wednesday, September 15, 2010 11:31 AM

AURAPTOR

America loves a winner!


Northern Exposure.

That tune is my default ring for my phone.



"The modern definition of 'racist' is someone who is winning an argument with a liberal."


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Monday, September 20, 2010 3:44 PM

ANTHONYT

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Hello,

Crusade's episode music was memorably awful. To this day, I think it was one of the main contributing factors to the failure of the series. It was so grating that it was hard to wait through the bad starter eps hoping for better episodes later on. I learned later that the Bab 5 creator jettisoned the Bab 5 music guy when he did Crusade. Error.

As a child, the Gummi Bears theme song got stuck in my head. Don't get an aneurism laughing.

Besides the main theme, the Klingon music from TMP was practically the best thing in the movie. But that's a film, so I'm cheating there.

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Friday, March 26, 2021 6:42 AM

JAYNEZTOWN


The Evolution of Music in Video Games at WonderCon 2021
https://graphicpolicy.com/2021/03/26/composer-stories-the-evolution-of
-music-in-video-games-at-wondercon-2021
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I dont think tv scores are what the used to be




Firefly is still up there with some of the best music


The best stuff these days might be done by audio producers in video games and music makers might go to t he video game industry or other foreign films to make their money, the big soundtrack scores aint what they used to be.



Unforgettable ..... Unforgettable in every way. And forever more, that's how you'll stay. That's why, darling, it's incredible
That someone so unforgettable
Thinks that I am unforgettable tooo0000ooo....I would say the crazy unique stuff Game of Thrones, Sponge Bob Squarepants, Original Mission Impossible, Batman The Animated Series the main influence is Danny Elfman-ish but I think later toons might have used influences from pop rock songs or guys like Hans Zimmer in the Batman superhero toons. From that other studio comicbook company the Spider-Man toons were catchy. There is a lot of tv with unforgettable striking impressive music because that's their musical design.

Kids Saturday morning toons without doubt took some of the simplicity from tv and hollywood film scores and made them even more simple and catchy for 'GIJOE' the W.I.T.C.H. Intro totally spies, Totally Spies, Ben 10 hanna barber toy company type stuff almost like childrens songs repeating their theme again and again but a little more evolved with musical creativity. Sometimes when you hear these kids toons you feel like you've heard it before i guess they are designed in that familiar kinda way, the kids of course crying demanding the latest toys for birthday and Christmas presents. The 90s seems to have good stuff like Fresh Prince Of Bel Air Theme Song was a catchy hiphop rap pop song, Riverdale a more modern show had memorable pop stuff inside its show but its main theme i dunno it was probably crap ...if there was one in Riverdale was totally forgettable.
Friends was memorable all over the radio also, there is the pop stuff like the 90s sitcom series ' Friends' "I'll Be There for You" a song by the Rembrandts, guys who were hired to make a Shiny Happy People style Song.

The tv show Supernatural had a memorable tune but they just re-used an old song Carry on my Wayward Son by Kansas an American rock band that became popular in the 1970s. Oldies like Rawhide are memorable or The Lone Ranger which is a more simple version of the Rossini William Tell Overture. 'Get Smart' had that old parody movie tv feel - a bit of Woodstock, Hollwyood score and American Bandstand mix - The Monkeys was a tv show with their catchy pop song, Hill St Blues is classic tv, Clone High cartoon, The Simpsons animated cartoon series, Wonder Years. The 70s and 80s had their own style like 'Different Strokes Theme Song' things got darker in the 1990s with Twin Peaks theme. The toons still had cool stuff like Avatar airbender animation, I liked the classic The Six Million Dollar Man Theme, the Flintstones toon, The X Files the Millennium spin off Tv Title composed by Mark Snow, a thing of musical beauty but not as memorable as Xfiles spooky theme.

After 911 I feel tv's mood shifted it became very political or spy triller or more grim and less kid friendly more flesh and smut was on the sreen through guys like HBO, Netflix would come later you still had classic scifi feel of stuff with 'The 4400' this tv theme felt more pop and funky, the Stargate franchise and StarTreks both stayed on tv both Trek and SG-1 survived in the new melinium post 911 Afghan Iraq war age. A post-apocalyptic Walking Dead the zombie show is memorable for its strings rhythmical drive and uneasy darkness and creepy vibes, Archer might be there its a toon with a cool james bond austin powers japan anime style Intro in its Seasons ... I keep feeling there is something else out there that's cool like Twilight Zone or Outr Limits or The Jetsons, the Jetsons was probably good but I don't believe it had an actual catchy melody I dont remember it other than being disney jazzy classical and a high pitched voice 'meet george jetson' but I dont recall much except a lot of strings, crash bang symbols and crazy horns but I do not recall any melody. Farscape was another show that moved from the late 90s and had a theme that was memorable for its weirdness and complex layer of sound but I can not sing or hum any of it to you...other than 'My name is John Chriton, an astronaut' the actors would later start in Stargate, the series Babylon 5 for me was one of the first that produced that 'Orchestral' sound but no instruments, all samples, built in a way that everything can made at home on some dude's Laptop or Computer.
Mira Furlan btw died recently, Actress on ‘Lost’ and ‘Babylon 5,’ Dies at 65
https://www.nytimes.com/2021/01/22/arts/television/mira-furlan-dead.ht
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Jeff Conaway died, Jerry Doyle and Michael O'Hare also died...they are almost as rare as the old Trek cast.

Chernobyl I recall won an award over a year ago but its not really nice musical stuff, its a lot of fx, dissonant noises and weird, which is very suitable for such a tragic topic, its like the groans and horror steels and unique sounds coming from a Power Plant, the woman who wrote the stuff knew what she was doing she is also known as a singer and choral music arranger. There are sometimes good tv themes in Korean or Japanese shows but they are not always catchy enough to stay in my head, the weird German tv series 'Dark' is memorable. I dont always go by what critics say the Awards Ceremony also gave awards for 'Joker' I was left unimpressed by its score, the only thing that stood out for me is that they paid a known Pedophile 'Garry Glitter' the British pop star criminal was deported from Cambodia and was jailed in Vietnam. 'Downton Abbey' that's another British show I would remember its , I'm pretty sure it got an Oscar or Emmy Award-winning thing or Cannes or BAFTA or something. I almost forgot 'Law & Order' very memorable and there's a compilation out there somewhere on the web of Dog's howling and mourning whenever that theme tune comes on.

Matlock the crime comedy drama also had a memorable theme, better than the dallas one which I thought was kinda stupid, Rockford Files Theme was fun Pete Carpenter also did 'CHiPs' a show about two motorcycle officers on Highway Patrol.

'Cheers' has a nice theme I wouldnt laugh at anyone who likes it, Gary Portnoy is a real musician and a good song writer, it does its job as a theme, the audio is recorded well, honky piano suits it, the song is good its lyrical and its catchy, I'm pretty sure it got awards back in the day...and he's got a website and youtube channel, his 'Mr Belvedere' feels like something out of an old Charleston, Blues, Jive, Swing dance hall with a little bit of broadway mixed in
youtube.com/channel/UCYnP66zeAdvZl2y2porYFrA

https://www.garyportnoy.com/

Game of Thrones, the Monkeys or Wonder Years or Spongebob were catchy, the songs would be in my head as soon as I think of them

I'll have to put on some world music or jazz or classical now
otherwise some of these catchy themes they could be stuck in my head

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Friday, March 26, 2021 10:54 AM

ANONYMOUSE


The UFO title theme is one of my all-time faves. But why hasn't anyone mentioned Thunderbirds?! Now there was a rousing theme if ever there was one!

Does anyone remember The Martian Chronicles miniseries...or are you all trying to forget it? Some of the worst FX ever seen, but the theme music...oh, that is just beautiful, so haunting with its flutes and chimes.


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Saturday, March 27, 2021 10:12 AM

6IXSTRINGJACK


Denver the Last Dinosaur

It's been probably 30 years since I heard it but that theme song is an ear worm that Alzheimers isn't even going to remove.



First time I've heard it since I was a kid and it's exactly how my head remembered it.



And I couldn't tell you the plot line of a single episode or any character's names other than Denver.


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Saturday, March 27, 2021 1:48 PM

JEWELSTAITEFAN


Somehow I have not made a post in this thread.

Due South
Firefly
The Six Million Dollar Man
Rockford Files
Hawaii Five-0
Dukes of Hazzard
The Big Valley
Gunsmoke
Magnum, P.I.
Dark Angel
Rawhide
Star Trek TOS
Brady Bunch
Jeopardy
Law & Order
Beverly Hillbillies
Bonanza

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Wednesday, April 7, 2021 4:11 PM

JEWELSTAITEFAN


Quote:

Originally posted by JEWELSTAITEFAN:
Somehow I have not made a post in this thread.

Due South
Firefly
The Six Million Dollar Man
Rockford Files
Hawaii Five-0
Dukes of Hazzard
The Big Valley
Gunsmoke
Magnum, P.I.
Dark Angel
Rawhide
Star Trek TOS
Brady Bunch
Jeopardy
Law & Order
Beverly Hillbillies
Bonanza

Lately I've been stuck on SWAT, Emergency!, Dragnet, and Get Smart!
And Batman. The intellectual Adam West version. Was Batman or Columbo more like Sherlock Holmes?

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Saturday, April 10, 2021 6:38 PM

JAYNEZTOWN


Not quiet a Theme tune but part of a tv series 'Mana Mah-Nà - Muppets' Created by Jim Henson the melody originally was part of a Swede movie Svezia, inferno e paradiso

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Saturday, April 10, 2021 11:10 PM

6IXSTRINGJACK


TGIF songs were catchy as hell and the ones that I watched when I was a kid are still stuck in my head.

Right now I can think of Perfect Strangers and Step by Step.

Was Full House on TGIF too? Of course that one is still up in the craw.

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