12/13/2017 9:40:38 PM
Throughout the first season, when both Radio Tokyo and records were played throughout the camp, there's a particular romantic/jazzy piece that's played a few times that sounds awfully familiar, but I can't place my finger on it. . . .
There's three specific occasions I can think of off the top of my head when it plays: "I Hate a Mystery," while Henry and Leslie have a romantic interlude in his tent; "Dear Dad," when Mulcahy helps Radar and another corpsman try to get the Christmas tree into the Mess Tent; "Sometimes You Hear the Bullet," where Margaret and Frank dance in her tent and he ends up throwing his back out.
12/14/2017 11:36:45 PM
That's a good question, Big Daddy! I had to look that one up, and I STILL don't have an answer.
There is a decent playlist of songs on YouTube that are songs used in the show, albeit almost always different (more popular) versions. Many of the videos have been deleted from YT, but I did a quick run through all of them last night and didn't see any that I thought were right.
I might try to shazam it, but my guess is I won't get a result--most of the instrumental music from the show doesn't get a result, either because it's obscure, or because of the other audio playing over it, or some combination.
12/15/2017 1:37:31 PM
The only song that comes to mind is
"My Blue Heaven"
12/30/2017 7:51:08 AM
“I’m in the Mood for Love”?
12/31/2017 7:33:00 PM
Do you have a particular version you think it sounds similar to, Mike? I'm coming up with several different tempos and styles, but none of them sound quite right to me (not yet, anyway).