Theme from Jonny Quest, Hoyt Curtin composer (1964)Opening & closing themes to Hanna and Barbara’s Jonny Quest Saturday morning cartoon show that aired in 1965. According to Curtin, the opening theme took about an hour to produce.
Cankton Two Step, Leeman Prejean (1988) From an obituary: A native of Carencro and a resident of Lafayette for most of his life, Leeman Prejean retired from the Lafayette Parish School Board after thirty-two years of service as a custodian. He had a passion for music and was an active musician for thirty-nine years with “Leeman Prejean and the Happy Playboys of Scott“.
Don’t Look Back, The Temptations (1967)
The Classic Five – Otis Williams, Melvin Franklin, David Ruffin, Eddie Kendricks and Paul Williams performing live on the Ed Sullivan Show 19 November 1967. The Temptations were THE Motown Sound (thanks in part to Smokey Robinson).
Farmer Brown (No. 2), Officer Roseland (2006) “Hailing from the outskirts of Philadelphia, Officer Roseland has been protecting and serving rock music since 2000. Comprised of Dan Daidone (bass/vocals), Brian Jones (keyboards/guitar), Harry Grannis (bass/guitar) and John Ilisco Jr (drums/percussion).” Officer Roseland provided soundtracks for several Billy Blob animations.
Running Around, Maurice Williams & The Zodiacs (1961) Williams & The Zodiacs were best known for their classic 1960 hit Stay, the shortest recorded number one hit in the history of the Billboard Hot 100 chart (US).
You Can’t Make Me Doubt My Baby, Bunker Hill (1963) In the late 1950s David Walker joined a traditional gospel group, the Sensational Wonders, who would later become The Mighty Clouds of Joy. Walker used the pseudonym Bunker Hill to avoid conflict of interest trouble but they found out anyway and Walker was booted. As Bunker Hill, Walker also recorded with Link Wray (with brother and manager Vernon Wray).