Wednesday, June 30, 2010

Help Wanted / Reef Blower / Tea at the Treedome


Help Wanted:
- Hawaiian Train - Victor Cavini [removed from APM site] (title card)
- Aloha Oe - Hans Haider, Queen Lili'uokalani [removed from APM site] (opening)
- Honolulu March - Hans Haider [removed from APM site] ("Today's the big day, Gary.")
- The Land is Ours - Gregor Narholz; Grand Orchestral Fanfare - Gregor Narholz (SpongeBob lifting weights)
- Honolulu March - Hans Haider ("I'm ready, I'm ready, I'm ready...")
- Next Door Neighbour - Vyvyan Hope-Scott, Rick Cassman [CPM] ("The Krusty Krab, home of the Krabby Patty.")
- The Land is Ours - Gregor Narholz (Patrick encourages SpongeBob)
- Grand Orchestral Fanfare - Gregor Narholz ("Who's a big yellow cube with holes?")
- Honolulu March - Hans Haider (SpongeBob runs to the Krusty Krab)
- Oyster Girls - Robert White ("Permission to come aboard, captain!")
- The Rake Hornpipe - Robert White (Krabs gives SpongeBob a test)
- Bartmania (a) - Guy Moon ("That sounded like hatch doors.")
- Menace from the Deep - Robert Cornford ("That smell... a kind of smelly smell.")
- Bartmania (a) - Guy Moon (anchovies rush in)
- Death Trap - Gregor Narholz ("Batten down the hatches, Mr. Squidward!")
- Bossa Cubana - Gerhard Narholz (SpongeBob shopping)
- Battle at Sea - Johnny Pearson ("Climb, Mr. Squidward, climb!")
- Reach for the Stars - Richard Harvey (SpongeBob returns)
- The Main Event - Gregor Narholz (hydrodynamic spatula revealed)
- Living in the Sunlight, Loving in the Moonlight - Tiny Tim (montage of SpongeBob making Krabby Patties)


Reef Blower:
- Heat [original music by The Blue Hawaiians] (first half)
- War Blowers [original music by The Blue Hawaiians] (second half)


Tea at the Treedome:
- Moloka'i Nui (a) - Kapono Beamer (title card)
- SpongeBob Closing Theme - Steve Belfer, Nicolas Carr (opening)
- On Fire - Gregor Narholz (Sandy fighting a clam)
- Death Trap - Gregor Narholz (clam attacks Sandy)
- Charge ("Hold on, little squirrel.")
- The Adventure Begins - Jonathan Neal ("You have fought well, giant clam.")
- Wild Panic 30 - Gregor Narholz ("Your shell is mine!")
- Return of the Surfin' Headhunters - The Mel-Tones ("Hold on there, little square dude.")
- Moloka'i Nui (a) - Kapono Beamer (Sandy introduces herself)
- Heroes Win 60 - Gregor Narholz ("Oh, yeah? Watch this!")
- Twelfth Street Rag [arrangement by Sage Guyton and Jeremy Wakefield] (Sandy invites SpongeBob over)
- Cocktail Lounge - Dick Walter ("That's just fancy talk.")
- Armed Attack 1 - Mladen Franko (SpongeBob banging on Sandy's door)
- Merlins Hill - Jennifer Jones [CPM] (harp music)
- Aloha - Dick Walter ("Course there's no water.")
- Hawaiian Cocktail - Richard Myhill (Sandy giving SpongeBob a tour)
- Hippo's in my Bath - Richard Myhill ("Pinky, pinky!")
- Dead March 2 - Frederic Chopin, Alfred Kluten [APM website incorrectly lists Gabriel Faure] ("I brought you some flowers.")
- Encirclement - Jean Clero ("I gotta get out of here!")
- Merlins Hill - Jennifer Jones [CPM] ("I like you, SpongeBob.")
- Encirclement - Jean Clero (SpongeBob struggling to open door)
- Cocktail Lounge - Dick Walter ("When in doubt, pinky out.")
- Tribute to the King - Gregor Narholz ("I don't need water! Water's for quitters!")
- Action Cut (a) - Gregor Narholz ("I don't need it... I don't need it...")
- Kung Fu Saturdays - The Mel-Tones ("I NEED IT!")
- Dramatic Cue (h) - Ronald Hanmer (SpongeBob and Patrick dried up)
- You're Nice [original music by Sage Guyton and Jeremy Wakefield] (ending)

5 comments:

  1. I can't for the life of me find "Hawaiian Train" on the APM website. Did they seriously remove it?

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    1. Yes, they did. More info here:
      http://spongebobmusic.blogspot.com/2015/07/lost-in-bikini-bottom-tutor-sauce_17.html?showComment=1443281420164#c3208406742594401833

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    2. And thus (YouTube notwithstanding) it falls into the unavailability category, much like The Gunfighter, Chief Taravana, and more before it.

      It's always the best tracks that suffer.

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  2. Went looking back at this list. Is there any reason there's no composer listed for Charge?

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    1. I usually don't list composers for traditional Americana/public domain folk tunes unless the arrangement used is from APM.

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