#080318RE1 - Holy Hole in a Donut!

Batman and Robin
Back cover album photo from Batman, Nelson Riddle Original TV Soundtrack Album
Back cover album photo from Nelson Riddle’s Original Television Soundtrack Album.

 
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From the recent live session at the Palace Billiards DJ Lounge, I remixed the original recording into two sets, which have a little better flow and unity. I’m not quite in the mood for the heart-break sounds that make up remix #2, so enjoy this more upbeat set for now.

Set List:


The Sensational Guitars of Dan & Dale
Penguin’s Umbrella
Batman and Robin
12″ LP Album (Tifton) 1966


The Super Dupers
March of Tarzan
The Super Record of Super Heros
12″ LP Album (Happy Time)


The Astronauts
Banzai Pipeline
Surfin’ with the Astronauts
12″ LP Album (RCA-Victor)


Joe Houston
Haleiwa
Surf Rockin’
12″ LP Album (Crown)


Lloyd Price
Jimmie Lee
Lloyd Price
His original recordings of Lawdy Miss Clawdy, Mailman Blues, Oh, Oh, Oh, Wish Your Picture Was You, plus ten others.
12″ LP Album (Specialty)


The T-Bones
Fever
No Matter What Shape (Your Stomach’s In)
12″ LP Album (Liberty)


Nelson Riddle, Conducting
Holy-Hole-in-the-Doughnut
(Robin, You’ve Done it Again)

BATMAN
Exclusive Original Television Soundtrack Album
Hear the Actual Television Voices of Batman and Robin plus Guest Villains: The Penguin, Zelda the Great, Mr. Freeze, The Riddler
12″ LP Album (20th Century Fox)

2 Responses to
“Z!080318RE1 – Holy Hole in a Donut!”

  1. collin
    collin Says:

    This takes me all the way back to Tuesday night. ahhh, memories

  2. Larry Here
    Larry Here Says:

    So, I was actually watching Batman, upstairs in my parents’ bedroom, on some really old (even then!) turquoise and white black and white TV on April 4th 1968 when the show was interrupted and the news that MLK had been shot came on. Thanks for the memories. I probably had my green velour bellbottoms on, and my wide black belt. I loved that belt. If only it has had some “utility.”

    The fact that Batman went on to become Mayor of Springfield has never stopped being amusing to me.

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