Where can you find TV show theme songs?
AnswerI have purchased a few cd's of TV show theme songs from music stores and internet music sites. They are all out there!
AnswerThere is a website called televisiontunes.com
They have TV Themes from all decades and they are available for download as .mp3
Not all of them do, but it probably seems that way. Psychological research has shown that people often have an easier time remember songs than remembering spoken facts. That is why on radio as far back as the late 1920s/early 1930s, some advertisers began using music in their commercials. Radio shows also had theme songs, and this helped people to recall which show they had been listening to, when they were contacted by ratings companies…
Wrong! There is indeed a very fun "dog lovers magazine" syndicated TV show called "Dog Tales". I believe it has been aired since 2012. See dogtalestv.com. If you look at the credits at the end of the show, it doesn't say who sings the various songs they use. But it does list "songs by" and has the names of five men. So I would guess they are the writers and the singers of those songs.
The striking theme song from the original TV series Hawaii Five-O was composed by Morton Stevens, a popular composer of movie and television themes of that era. Stevens also composed numerous Five-O episode scores which were then used as incidental music throughout the 12 seasons the show was broadcast. The theme, which was covered in a guitar oriented version by The Ventures, is still particularly popular with college and high school marching bands, especially at…