Release the 1972-1983 music cue material for The Price Is Right and other Mark Goodson-Bill Todman Productions game shows to a limited edition stereo compact disc box set.

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Who is with me that someone needs to start a petition on Change.org or someplace, or flood Fremantle Media, Mark Goodson Productions and Score Productions, Inc. with letters, calls, e-mails stating that a deluxe limited edition stereo compact disc box set should be put out of all of the classic music cue material for The Price Is Right that dates from 1972 to 1983 (and I mean every cue recorded in that time frame), plus a few cues from 1994 I would cite as gems, including what was used as the primary music cue for the retired pricing game Fortune Hunter, with the deluxe limited edition stereo compact disc box set simply being titled Music From The Price Is Right?  The twelve year time frame I mentioned, if you count 1972, without question, was the very best of Score Productions, Inc.'s production output for the game show. Tight musicianship, no kidding! Wowie!  

Other cues in the box set would include the ones used from the syndicated 1973-1978 Concentration, including and especially the bonus win music that has long been used on TPIR as an exciting car cue, and what was used as the cue for the pricing game of Grocery Game from that music package in the pricing game's early days. In the area of bonus tracks in this expansive or is it extensive box set, the 1976-1985 theme of Family Feud would fit right in, being it was from the 1976 music package for TPIR composed by Walt Levinsky. What else would be included would be the opening/faceoff/commercial cues, as well as the 1973-1982 theme of Match Game, its ticket plug music variations, the 1977 full version theme for the predecessor to Press Your Luck (Score Productions Inc. also had involvement with that theme music also, by the way, through composer Lee Ringuette.) titled Second Chance, which was also the theme for the 1975 incarnation of I've Got A Secret, or was it What's My Line? Also does anybody know if the 1974 and 1976 music packages for TPIR were recorded in London, England like the 1972 package happened to be?  I know the 1983 package was recorded in New York City.

Some other ideas for bonus tracks in the box set would be the entire music package for the 1973-1978 syndicated Concentration, the 1977 theme for The Better Sex, the 1984 theme and ticket plug music cues for the Tom Kennedy-hosted Body Language, the 1985 All-Star Blitz theme and any cues associated with it, the 1980 and 1969 To Tell The Truth themes, the 1979 and 1984 Password Plus and Super Password theme music pieces (The 1979 one would have been a great TPIR car cue in my opinion!), the 1979 Mindreaders theme, the theme for Celebrity Charades, the 1974 syndicated What's My Line? theme, the 1975 theme and cues for Showoffs, the theme music for The Money Maze, the 1971 Password theme and its music cue package, the 1974 and 1982 theme music pieces of Tattle Tales. Even the 1980-1981 theme of what was Mark Goodson-Bill Todman Productions' answer to Real People; That's My Line! should be included.

Wish somehow I could get the performance rights from the pertinent parties to play the music cues live in concert with my own band, complete with a horn section, reed winds, bell kit player, string section, the works. After playing back the recordings of the music cues for the other musicians, I would issue the challenge to them saying from behind one of my two Ludwig drum kits as the drummer in the band; "Let's try to make it sound like that." In those days, if Score Productions Inc. had been a recording artist band/group, they would have been a consistent hitmaker in my opinion, with the music cue pieces being released on albums, and also storming up the instrumentals chart/jazz instrumentals charts or whatever chart applies here. Please feel free to respond to my comments with yours and any questions, also copy and paste this post in your communications to Fremantle Media, Mark Goodson Productions and Score Productions, Inc., suggesting to all of those parties that a limited edition stereo compact disc box set should be put out. Were the master tapes of all the cues in stereo? I'm curious. I don't know what the website address is for Fremantle Media, but I do know of the one for Score Productions Inc.; http://www.scoreproductions.com , and sure, there may be a low audience for such a compact disc box set, but a loyal audience though.  Just the theme music for The Price Is Right alone is not enough for the enthusiasts, including and especially the die-hard ones, of its 1972-1983 and 1994 music cue packages. There are those, I am sure, who would love to be able to have the music on compact disc anywhere there is a compact disc player when they can't be at a computer to listen to it, to be able to play those discs whenever they want to.  Ideas of mine for the record label it should be out on include Atlantic, that label I particularly like because of the roster of artists that have been on it, and also because of liking the design and color scheme that they have had on their vinyl record albums for years; green in the top half and orange-red for the bottom half, separated by a horizontal white line, the left side of that line usually having the word Stereo and the right side indicating the side of the album; One, Two. (Three, Four also in the case of double albums.)  The top half had the Atlantic rectangle logo, a record label logo I really like.

Why this petition should be supported is because the music cue material I mentioned is too good for the respective parties who hold them as intellectual properties to keep buried in the vaults, they have been overprotective of the material for too long.  The music cue material only being available on the website of the Television Production Music Museum; http://www.tvpmm.com, is really unfair to those enthusiasts of the music like myself, including and especially the die-hard ones who might like to have them in their compact disc collections and such for their personal enjoyment and those who don't have computers with Internet access at all. The website to contact Fremantle Media on Facebook is https://www.facebook.com/FremantleMediaGroup?fref=ts

The bonus tracks, if not to be included in this deluxe limited edition stereo compact disc box set, they ought to be in a companion deluxe limited edition stereo compact disc box set of all the music from the 1960s to the 1990s that Score Productions, Inc. did for other Mark Goodson-Bill Todman Productions game shows besides this one that would be titled More Music From Mark Goodson-Bill Todman Productions/Score Productions, Inc.  Or the two deluxe limited edition stereo compact disc box sets could be released together under the umbrella title of The Mark Goodson-Bill Todman Productions/Score Productions, Inc. Connection.  Fremantle Media and Score Productions, Inc. might have to collaborate with the Television Production Music Museum on this one.



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