Thursday, July 1, 2010

Your Shoe's Untied / Squid's Day Off

Your Shoe's Untied:
- Grass Skirts Blowing - Jan Rap [TRF Music] (title card)
- Stars and Games - Alf Saro (SpongeBob watching TV)
- Steve's March - Sam Spence (sports channel)
- Hawaiian Hula - Terry Day [CPM] (Patrick's new shoes)
- Vibe Link (b) - Richard Myhill (SpongeBob forgets how to tie his shoes)
- Seaweed [original music by Steve Belfer] ("Now the lesson will officially begin.")
- Time for Bed [#35.01] - Mark Emney [CPM] (microscopic SpongeBob with shoes tied)
- On the Beach - Kapono Beamer (the next morning)
- Grand Orchestral Fanfare - Gregor Narholz ("Cause I'm ready!")
- Final Resolution - Gregor Narholz (SpongeBob sees Patrick)
- The Rake Hornpipe - Robert White ("Hey, SpongeBob, you're shorter.")
- The Land is Ours - Gregor Narholz ("Laces or no laces!")
- Revelation - Dick Walter ("Ta-da! A perfect patty.")
- Shock (e) - Dave Hewson; Shock - Cornelus Joh Bolten (SpongeBob's shoelaces choking him)
- Grass Skirt Chase [original music by Sage Guyton and Jeremy Wakefield] (SpongeBob trips on his shoelaces)
- Hawaiian Cocktail - Richard Myhill (SpongeBob crying)
- Spanish Ladies (b) - Robin James Jeffrey, Tim Laycock (Krabs doing a crossword puzzle)
- Furtive Footsteps - Paddy Kingsland (SpongeBob slowly emerges from the kitchen)
- Shock Horror (a) - Dick Walter ("I don't wear shoes.")
- Flight in Panic 1 - Gregor Narholz (SpongeBob asking everyone how to tie shoes)
- Malleus Mallificarum (a) - Dave Hewson (Flying Dutchman appears)
- In the Crypt - Dave Hewson ("So, you wanna tie knots, do ya?")
- Romeo & Juliet Overture - Peter Tchaikovsky, Fiachra Trench ("Hooray!")
- The Twin Sisters - Chelmsford Folk Band [CPM] (Dutchman tying knots)
- Shock (c) - Dave Hewson (Dutchman laughs and disappears)
- Island Romance - Jan Rap [TRF Music/Dennis Music] (SpongeBob crawling home)
- Nostalgic Hawaii - Jan Rap [TRF Music/Dennis Music] (Gary ties SpongeBob's shoes)
- Loop de Loop - Ween [original composition]

Squid's Day Off:
- Surfin Summer Girls [#28] - Ian Henry Marsh, Phil Pickett [CPM] (title card)
- Enchanted [#68.02] - Gregor Narholz (opening)
- Grass Skirt Chase [original music by Sage Guyton and Jeremy Wakefield] ("That sounds like me money dropping.")
- Shock (f) - Dave Hewson (dime falls down drain)
- Flight in Panic 1 - Gregor Narholz ("It's stuck!")
- Shock (u) - Dave Hewson ("Me arms!")
- Hawaiian Cocktail - Richard Myhill (Krabs puts Squidward in charge)
- Hilo Rag - Guy Fletcher (Squidward gives SpongeBob a promotion)
- Heavenly Voices (b) - David Farnon ("The cash register...")
- Orchestral Flourish 6 [#39.02] - Gregor Narholz ("I can't believe this is really happening.")
- The Drunken Sailor - Brian Peters [CPM] (played backwards during Squidward's daydream)
- Lovely Scenery C - Mladen Franko ("I forgot to tell him how to make change!")
- The Rake Hornpipe - Robert White (change for a dollar)
- Aloha - Dick Walter (Squidward sunbathing)
- On Fire - Gregor Narholz (Squidward imagines SpongeBob setting the Krusty Krab on fire)
- The Tip Top Polka/The Cliff Polka - Chelmsford Folk Band [CPM] ("May I help you, sir?")
- Hawaiian Link (a) - Richard Myhill (exterior of Squidward's house)
- Vibe Q Sting [original music by Nicolas Carr] ("I will destroy the Krusty Krab!")
- Tales from the Swamp (a) - Ron Goodwin (Squidward throws mirror against wall)
- El Dementia - The Surfdusters (Squidward running back and forth)
- Shock - Cornelus Joh Bolten (Squidward locking his front door)
- Dangerous A - Mladen Franko (Squidward hears SpongeBob laughing)
- Shock Horror (a) - Dick Walter ("Aha!")
- Death Trap - Gregor Narholz (SpongeBob swims down the drain)
- Twelfth Street Rag [arrangement by Sage Guyton and Jeremy Wakefield] (Squidward running to the Krusty Krab)
- Stack of Leis - Kapono Beamer (ending)


  1. I felt like listening to Surfin Summer Girls on APM, but track title pulled up no results. Getting worried they removed it and Mersey Mania (b) from the APM site.

    1. Just checked and yeah, I think they pulled that album from their site. I did find another site where you can listen to the album though:

    2. Received a message from user by the name of apmnut on librarymusicthemes. In it he stated the entire Carlin collection is missing from APM. I checked APM: Not a single Carlin track to be found.

      Horror Crash, March of the Aliens, Surfin Summer Girls, all of them...just gone.

      I have no idea what is going on at APM right now to cause this to happen.

    3. Just found this on APM's site:

    4. Wow...that's pretty disheartening.

      Wonder where they're gonna get music that's easy to license now, since Carlin tracks were the easiest to license.

    5. Asked Vincent Waller about the CPM thing on Twitter. He said they are working on some quote "work arounds".

      Minor note: Should Four and Three, Fashion Note, and Hawaiian Islands have the [TRF Music] label next to them? They were distributed by TRF so it would probably make sense to label them as such.

    6. Not sure. None of those tracks seem to be on the TRF website, but all three of them are on YouTube with the label "Bosworth Ensembles/RTV Music."

    7. Yes, the three tracks mentioned above originally came from Bosworth albums. But you shouldn't put the label next to the composers. Because tracks from Soho Archive also came from Bosworth, while Carlin Archive tracks came from Capitol Music library. They even had different names before they went to Carlin.

    8. I'm aware of that, but I plan to keep the labeling as is, for the simple reason that those tracks were owned by Carlin at the time of the episodes' production. I would only see it fit to include information on alternate track titles and/or owners if the usage of the tracks predated their acquisition by Carlin (as in the example here) or if I'm unsure as to where the music editor sourced it from (as is the case with Steve Sechi's "Retro Cool").

  2. In Your Shoe's Untied, after "Malleus Mallificarum (a)" is played, it can be heard "In the Crypt".

  3. I just rewatched "Your Shoe's Untied" and I thought I heard "Shock (C)" by Dave Hewson play when the Flying Dutchman leaves.