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In this CD, you are considered childhood friends with the character, however you're older than him and are called "Nee-chan" throughout.
The sound when your Dad plays his Chet Atkins Albums.
Millions of kids across the country must have been vaguely disappointed when they figured out that these low-budget arrangements of their favorite TV themes were decidedly not the original songs by the original artists.
The song that lingers in everyone’s mind is “Whipped Cream,” by Herb Alpert and the Tijuana Brass.
If you really must know, check out this portion of the Wiki entry on “The Dating Game.” Suffice it to say there was more to “The Dating Game” than one tune.
Who wouldn't have been at least slightly let down to discover that they'd just purchased a version of the Six Million Dollar Man theme that skips over the entire spoken-word introduction?
I have learned that there's usually a gem in every box of junk, and the prize on this one is probably the Hawaii Five-O theme, a tune which the "Pop Singers and Orchestra" take right over the top and back.
Proudly, an unorthodox music powerhouse that pound for pound packs a punch that leaves the competition on the ropes begging for mercy.