Sunday, November 18, 2012

"Idiot Box" update

Found a track that played in this episode: "Joust" by Fredric Bayco.


  1. Allen, you've made a mistake in "The Good Krabby Name" breakdown - the version of "Twelfth Street Rag" wasn't composed by Bolger and Carr, as I don't hear any accordion in it.
    And, in "Spy Buddies", when SpongeBob gets out 25 cents to put in Patrick's Pants-a-Phone, an unknown guitar sting plays.

  2. Judging by the vibes (vibraphone) and style, I think the "The Algae's Always Greener" title card track and the track that plays in "Dying for Pie" when Squidward is driving to work might be tracks by George de Fretes, The Hawaiian Serenaders, Coy Pereira, or The Kilima Hawaiians.

    By the way, Allen, where did you find out about the arrangements of "Koleh Koleh" and "Goro Goro Ne" that were used in "Have You Seen This Snail?"


      Although I don't own this album myself, the track lengths listed for "Goro Goro Ne" and "Koleh Koleh" are the same as in this YouTube video, which seems to contain the same versions used in the show:

  3. Also, Allen, I need help finding these unknown tracks:

    - The track in the SpongeBob movie when Squidward says "I think I know what it is". I think this track might be in the Sonoton (SCD library code) library or it might be a Gregor F. Narholz track.

    - The track in "Rock-a-Bye Bivalve" when SpongeBob and Patrick are feeding the scallop. It might be a track by Dick Stephen Walter or just a track from the KPM library code.

    - The track in "Mermaid Man and Barnacle Boy VI" when Mermaid Man says "The rain in Spain stays mainly on the...".

    I hear a solo Spanish guitar using the Audacity "karaoke" method. One can try typing in things like "solo Spanish guitar" in the track description box on the APM website to try to get results.

    - The "TV show" track in "Karate Choppers".

  4. You missed "Captain Lenoe's" that plays after "The Tip Top Polka" in "Restraining SpongeBob".

  5. I asked Fabian Fernandez about the music he wrote for "License to Milkshake" through my Facebook account. Here's what he said:
    "I havn't seen the episode yet, but we did a cool version of "Dangerzone" from top gun in there somewhere (I did the guitars)". I think he wrote the "training montage" music, because it's similar to "Danger Zone" from "Top Gun" indeed.

  6. I think "Circus Maximus" by Jean-Pierre Fouquey plays in "The Clash of Triton" when Neptune says "Take hold of your trident and practice your smiting". It also plays in "The Story of King Neptune" short.