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Popular song: Soundtrack of the century: Producer pop
Additional title: You lost that lovin' feelin
Additional title: (How much is) that doggie in the window?
Additional title: Mule train
Additional title: Come on'a my house
Additional title: Jezebel
Additional title: Tennessee waltz
Additional title: Cold, cold heart
Additional title: Your cheatin' heart
Additional title: Long Tall Sally
Additional title: Rock around the clock
Additional title: Alexander's ragtime band
Additional title: Stupid Cupid
Additional title: Oh! Carol
Additional title: Will you love me tomorrow?
Additional title: You don't own me
Additional title: Da doo run run
Additional title: He's a rebel
Additional title: Twenty-four hours from Tulsa
Additional title: Baby I need your loving
Additional title: Mitch Miller collection of audio and moving image
Additional title: Popular song: Soundtrack of the century (Television program)
Names
Jamieson, Peter
Poole, Michael
Lewens, Alan
Lovett, Lyle
Mann, Barry
Page, Patti
Boone, Pat
Sanjek, David
Miller, Mitch
Laine, Frankie, 1913-2007
Friedwald, Will, 1961-
Whitcomb, Ian, 1941-
Wexler, Jerry
Braudy, Leo
Sedaka, Neil
Kirshner, Don
Weil, Cynthia
King, Carole, 1942-
Love, Darlene
Gore, Lesley, 1946-
Greenwich, Ellie
Pitney, Gene
David, Hal, 1921-2012
Bacharach, Burt
Clooney, Rosemary
Williams, Hank, 1923-1953
Bennett, Tony, 1926-
Berry, Chuck
Haley, Bill, 1925-1981
Francis, Connie
Righteous Brothers
Comets (Musical group)
Shirelles (Musical group)
Crystals (Musical group)
Four Tops (Musical group)
BBC Bristol (Firm)
Ovation (TV network)
Collection

Mitch Miller collection of audio and moving image

Dates / Origin
Date Created: 2001
Library locations
Rodgers and Hammerstein Archives of Recorded Sound
Shelf locator: *LVH 2785
Topics
Miller, Mitch
Miller, Mitch
Aldon Music
Spector, Phil, 1939-
Popular music -- 1951-1960
Popular music -- 1961-1970
Rock music
Genres
Music
two-dimensional moving image
Documentary television programs
Notes
Title from videotape.
"BBC Pop Music Fifties: Mitch's segment"--From original videotape label.
"A BBC production in association with Bravo, the films and arts network; BBC Bristol; [c2001]"--From original videotape.
Creation/production credits: Peter Jamieson, director ; Michael Poole, executive producer ; Alan Lewens, series producer.
Performers: Barry Mann, Pattie Page, Pat Boone, David Sanjek, Mitch Miller, Frankie Laine, Will Friedwald, Ian Whitcomb, Jerry Wexler, Leo Braudy, Neil Sedaka, Don Kirshner, Cynthia Weil, Carole King, Darlene Love, Lesley Gore, Ellie Greenwich, Gene Pitney, Hal David and Burt Bacharach, commentators ; Lyle Lovett, narrator.
Venue: American air date of BBC Bristol video Ovation, the Arts Network, [New York, New York?] 2001 (?)
Forms part of: Mitch Miller collection of audio and moving image.
Physical Description
Extent: 1 streaming video file (58:22) : sound, color with black and white sequences
Description
In this episode "Producer pop", from the BBC Bristol television music documentary series "Popular song: Soundtrack of the century", popular music of the 1950s-early 1960's was transformed by record producers like Mitch Miller, Don Kirshner (Aldon Music) and Phil Spector. Various songwriters from Tin Pan Alley, the Brill Building, and "The Wall of Sound" helped reshape the sound of pop music with the growing influence of rock and roll. Many writers, songwriters, and producers of the era were featured on this program. This broadcast aired in America (New York?) on Ovation TV. Various commercials are included. Popular song excerpts: "You lost that lovin' feelin' (The Righteous Brothers) ; "(How much is) that doggie in the window?" (Patti Page) ; "Mule train" (Frankie Laine) ; "Come on'a my house" (Rosemary Clooney) ; "Jezebel" (Frankie Laine) ; "Tennessee waltz" (Patti Page) ; "Cold, cold heart" (performed by both Hank Williams & Tony Bennett) ; "Your cheatin' heart" (Tony Bennett) ; "Long Tall Sally" (Chuck Berry) ; "Rock around the clock" (Bill Haley and the Comets) ; "Alexander's ragtime band" (vocals and piano performed by Ian Whitcomb) ; "Stupid Cupid" (performed by both Neil Sedaka and Connie Francis) ; "Oh! Carol" (Neil Sedaka) ; "Will you love me tomorrow?" (The Shirelles) ; "You don't own me" (Lesley Gore) ; "Da doo run run" (The Crystals (and Darlene Love)) ; "He's a rebel" (performed by both Gene Pitney and The Crystals (and Darlene Love)) ; "Twenty-four hours from Tulsa" (Gene Pitney) ; "Baby I need your loving" (The Four Tops) ; "You lost that lovin' feelin' (Reprise) (The Righteous Brothers).
Type of Resource
Moving image
Identifiers
RLIN/OCLC: 893484044
NYPL catalog ID (B-number): b20317359
Universal Unique Identifier (UUID): da1e7c60-66a6-0132-4856-3c075448cc4b
Rights Statement
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Item timeline of events

  • 2001: Created
  • 2019: Found by you!
  • 2020

MLA Format

Rodgers and Hammerstein Archives of Recorded Sound, The New York Public Library. "Popular song: Soundtrack of the century" The New York Public Library Digital Collections. 2001. http://digitalcollections.nypl.org/items/db76d9c0-66a6-0132-e95c-3c075448cc4b

Chicago/Turabian Format

Rodgers and Hammerstein Archives of Recorded Sound, The New York Public Library. "Popular song: Soundtrack of the century" New York Public Library Digital Collections. Accessed June 17, 2019. http://digitalcollections.nypl.org/items/db76d9c0-66a6-0132-e95c-3c075448cc4b

APA Format

Rodgers and Hammerstein Archives of Recorded Sound, The New York Public Library. (2001). Popular song: Soundtrack of the century Retrieved from http://digitalcollections.nypl.org/items/db76d9c0-66a6-0132-e95c-3c075448cc4b

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Popular song: Soundtrack of the century