Space Ghost: Coast to Coast Stock Music List

Classic Speedy

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After a long while, I've identified a new track: "Happy Jack" by Arch Bacon, which plays during the "Coming Soon" bumpers.
 

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Found another one: "Races of Mullingar" by Sean Keane, which played in the "ebay auction" ending of Snatch.
 

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It seems that I've answered my question. After some searching, I've found out that the JW tracks are distributed in the US by Current Music Library, and you can go on their site to listen to their tracks.
 
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Oh, and do you know the name of the Latin-sounding track used in the title sequence for Cartoon Planet?
(NVM. I found it. It's "Dia de Plaza" by William Allan Bookheim from the AirCraft Music Library.)
 
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I was wondering what is the jazz music that plays in "Punch" and "Sharrock" when Space Ghost flies in the jet and talks to Zorak in it. It's been bothering me where to find it.
 
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Found another one: "Nostalgia" by Judson Maher (from the Non Stop Music library), which plays in "Joshua" when Zorak and Moltar are recording lines.
 

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After a long while, I found a new one: "Shade Tree" by Eve Dowdle, which plays in "Snatch" as the more commonly-seen ending.
 

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Found another track: "Whistle and March" by Martin Smith and Dominick Glynn, which plays in "Intense Patriotism".
 

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Found two more, both from "A Space Ghost Christmas": "Deck the Halls" by Alain James Leroux, which is the "Gabba Gabba Hey" number, and "Jingle Bells 3" by Frances Ruffino, which plays during the ending.
 

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Found another one: "Declamation" by Chris Payne, which plays in "Girlie Show".

EDIT: Found another from the same episode: "Soap Link" by Alain James Leroux.
 
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"Jeunesse" is actually from De Wolfe Music. It's on their albums "Movie Archives: Light Activity" and "Mood Mediterranean".
 

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"Jeunesse" is actually from De Wolfe Music. It's on their albums "Movie Archives: Light Activity" and "Mood Mediterranean".
Thanks, I mis-typed. That's fixed.

While I'm replying, "Maui Luau" by Grant Geissman and Rick Rhodes, heard in Cartoon Planet, also plays in the episode "Surprise".
 

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