TV TV Soundtrack Record Albums

Discussion in 'Movies & TV' started by KarlW, May 25, 2009.

  1. KarlW

    KarlW Registered Member

    Being one of the oldest members on this forum (heck, I am probably THE
    oldest member!), I can remember back in the pre-video/DVD era, there were a lot of TV soundtrack record albums released. (Some of you kids are probably asking, what's a record? That was the sound media that
    predates audio cassettes and CDs.) Back in the fifties and sixties (and
    early seventies), that was about as close as you could get to owning an episode(s) of a TV show. I still have a working turntable and several of those records in my collection. Some of these albums are original cast
    albums (as indicated below); the rest are soundtracks.

    The Andy Griffith Show (Andy Griffith)
    Battlestar Galactica (pilot episode)
    The Beverly Hillbillies (OC)
    Bonanza (OC)
    Davy Crockett (Fess Parker, Buddy Ebsen)
    The Flying Nun (Sally Field)
    Howdy Doody
    The Mickey Mouse Club
    The Munsters (OC)
    Walt Disney's Wonderful World of Color
    Zorro (Guy Williams, Henry Calvin, Jimmie Dodd)
    Magical Mystery Tour (The Beatles)
    The Monkees
    Tony Orlando & Dawn
    Elvis (1968 TV special)
    Leslie Uggams (Sing Along with Mitch)
    The Johnny Cash Show
    Hee Haw (OC)
    Get Smart
    All in the Family
    Hollywood Squares
    Bob Hope On the Road to VietNam
    Rowan & Martin's Laugh-In
    Kids Say the Darndest Things (Art Linkletter)
    Sanford & Son
    The Flip Wilson Show
    Rex Humbard
    The Alvin Show
    The Flintstones (2 eps)
    Huckleberry Hound
    The Jetsons (2 eps)
    Linus the Lionhearted (OC)
    Magilla Gorilla (OC)
    Quick Draw McGraw
    Rocky & His Friends (OC)
    Top Cat (2 eps)
    Yogi Bear

  2. greyham_G

    greyham_G Registered Member

    Its not a soundtrack, but i have the Bob & Doug McKenzie's Great White North album. its just them doing their normal stuff but for a record and its absolutely hilarious.
  3. ysabel

    ysabel /ˈɪzəˌbɛl/ pink 5

    I have vinyls but not of TV shows. I do have one TV OST that I still listen to these days and it's in casette form :lol:. It's the show Mad About You.

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