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7 Replies to “ The Saint - Various - The A To Z Of British TV Themes From The Sixties And Seventies (CD) ”

  1. Ron Grainer, Laurie Johnson, Tony Hatch, Cyril Stapleton Chorus and Orchestra, Barry Gray, The Les Reed Brass, Sam Fonteyn, Bob Leaper, Bud Flanagan, Eric Winstone and his Orchestra - The A to Z of British TV Themes from the Sixties and Seventies - tireaseloseraswacycpillfrowegca.coinfo Music.
  2. The A to Z of British TV Themes from the 60's and 70's Various Artists. out of 5 stars 5. Audio CD. £ The Greatest TV Themes Of The 50s & 60s [Double CD] Various Artists. out of 5 stars Audio CD. £ All-Time Top TV Themes.
  3. the adventures of nicholas nickelby, ask the family auf wiedersehen pet, bbc wimbledon, big deal, the big match, bird of prey, campion, crimewatch uk, did you see?, folly foot (the lightning tree), grandstand, holiday, jamaica inn, kinsey, maigret (new version), mastermind, on the buses, people in london, porterhouse blue, quatermass ii, randall & hopkirk deceased, resort to murder, shadow of.
  4. Varese CD Sale. Books. Publications. Gift Certificates. Merchandise. RSS: Essential SSL: Our Price: $ Label: Number: OOPPLAY THE A TO Z OF BRITISH TV THEMES - VOL 3 (CD) Composed by: Various. NEAR MINT - UNSEALED - ONLY ONE AVAILABLE: We also recommend: A NIGHTMARE ON ELM STREET (8 CD BOX SET / EDITION) ORIGINAL TV.
  5. The Saint - Various - The A To Z Of British TV Themes From The Sixties And Seventies Einmal möchte ich ein Böser sein (Original) - Erste Allgemeine Verunsicherung* - Einmal Möcht Ich E Raydiant Fader - astrobrite - Boombox Supernova (File, Album).
  6. The A To Z Of British Tv s &70s Laurie Johnson, The Barry Gray Orchestra, Tony Hatch, Bob Leaper, Slan Tew, The Eagles, The Derek Scott Music, John Keating, The Les Reed Brass, Sam Fonteyn, Cyril Stapleton, The Flee-Rekkers, Eric Winstone, Bud Flanagan, Peter Knight, Ron Grainer (Artist) Format: Audio CD5/5(2).
  7. A bumper 2 CD set of 54 tracks that spans over half-a-century of classic British TV themes from the pirate accordion of Captain Pugwash through to Barrington Pheloung's distinctive music for Lewis. Music from an era when British TV promised quality productions, star names and instantly recognisable themes/5(33).

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