does any body know who is responsible for the music behind hanna barbera cartoons? especially the Chan and the Chan Clan stuff. Are there any records with this stuff on it? let me know if you got any info!Here's one of my fav's... wait till about 1:23.
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he composed a lot of music for HB
including all the Jonny Quest cues
Danger Island was essentially a live-action Jonny Quest, and the music here is quite similar
very m.o.r. tho isnt it?
definitely. those were french/japanese collaborations, written by jean chalopin (who also did Inspector Gadget, Mysterious Cities Of Gold and more recently, erm.. Spy Kids!) and animated in japan. Hence why Daft Punk tributed that whole look and feel in their cartoon movie of a couple of years ago.
edit - heres the score with the score
Most of the original soundtrack was composed by Denny Crockett and Ike Egan. 6 additional themes were composed by Shuki Levy and Haim Saban ("Pot pourri", "Final Glory", "Space Traffic", "Ulysse Meets Ulysse", "Mermaids", "Change of Time (Theme of Chronos)").
The Japanese version on the other hand, has a different soundtrack. The music was composed by Wakakusa Kei, who was responsible for the soundtrack in both the series and pilot that was produced in 1980. An official soundtrack was released in conjucture with the TV airing in 1988 by King Records, which also included a TV size version of the Japanese intro and outro songs.
i always thought go-go Gadget was overrated. Mysterious Cities of Gold, on the other hand is potentially a personal . a definite highlight of the primary school week