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Glen Soulis | Great TV Themes  The Golden Years vol.1

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Great TV Themes The Golden Years vol.1

by Glen Soulis

Novelty TV Themes
Genre: Pop: 50's Pop
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  Song Share Time Download
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1. This Could be the Start of Something Big (Stave Allen)
2:18 album only
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2. Bubbles in the Wine (Lawrence Welk)
2:23 album only
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3. I Love Lucy
1:09 album only
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4. Robin Hood
1:36 album only
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5. Real McCoys
1:08 album only
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6. Bonanza
1:08 album only
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7. Happy Trails (Roy Rogers)
1:44 album only
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8. Casper
0:29 album only
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9. Felix the Wonderful Cat
1:19 album only
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10. Huckleberry Hound
1:16 album only
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11. Mickey Mouse
1:42 album only
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12. Woody Woodpecker
1:47 album only
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13. Popeye the Sailor
1:01 album only
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14. Hawaiian Eye
2:07 album only
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15. 77 Sunset Strip
1:21 album only
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16. Perry Mason
1:55 album only
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17. Seems Like Old Times (Arthur Godfrey)
1:47 album only
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18. Toy Parade (Leave it to Beaver)
1:11 album only
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19. Funeral March of a Marionette (Hichcock Theme)
1:31 album only
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20. Early One Morning (Friendly Giant)
1:23 album only
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21. William Tell Overture (Lone Ranger)
2:51 album only
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22. Danny Boy (Danny Thomas)
2:45 album only
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23. When You Wish Upon a Star (Walt Disney)
3:00 album only
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24. Put Your Dreams Away (Frank Sinatra)
1:51 album only

ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Glen Soulis biographical note

Inspired by Jascha Heifetz, Glen took up the violin when he was nine years old. When he got to high school, there was no string program, so he opted for the lightest instrument – flute, which eventually supplanted the violin.
His first professional engagement was at St. Andrew’s Church, in Kitchener, where he continues to perform regularly. When Raffi Armenian came to conduct the KW Symphony, Glen joined as a flute player. Next, came the opportunity to tour with the Stratford Theatre, doubling on chromatic- harmonica and flute. Playing the same short musical ‘cues’ night after night proved too rigid for Glen, and, taking up the violin again, he started a career accompanying guitarist/singers.
He continued to develop as a musician, adding recorders, penny-whistles, saxophones and an assortment of unusual instruments to his skill set. He’s done studio work as composer and performer for the CBC, Vision TV and several independent artists, including the Good Brothers. Since 1979 he’s been one half of the popular and versatile Waterloo region duo, The Beirdo Brothers. A recent concert with the young guitar virtuoso, Kevin Ramessar, was a musical highlight.
Inspired by his friend, pan-piper Fernan Enriques, Glen decided to produce a series of recordings featuring the penny-whistle, in order to demonstrate the versatility of the instruments, and, ultimately to develop an instructional method. To ensure the quality of the endeavor, the best area musicians were called in to provide accompaniment. The results speak for themselves.
On a personal note, Glen lives with his wife, Helen Basson, an accomplished singer and aspiring guitarist in Waterloo, Ontario. Two adult children, twins Harold (recently married to Julie) and Nicky live nearby.

glensoulis@sympatico.ca

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