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Married...With Children Music

Postby ThePunisher2099 » Thu Oct 21, 2004 9:35 pm

First of all a big ''HELLO'' because I am new to this forum. :)

And here is my big question:
Can someone list all of the songs which were used in the complete series?
I searched through the whole world wide web but couldn't find them listed. :(
Some songs I do already know:

Frank Sinatra - Love and marriage
George Thorogood & The Destroyers - Bad to the bone
George Thorogood & The Destroyers - Born to be bad
Right Said Fred - I'm too sexy
Donna Summer - She works hard for the money
ZZ Top - Sharp dressed man
Chuck Berry - No particular place to go
Vangelis - Chariots of fire


May someone please help me find some other?

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Postby Daniel » Fri Oct 22, 2004 8:07 am

Andreas Carl has already listed all songs.

Here is the list:

The Gutter Cats (performing) (0414) - Anthony Smedile, Bobby Lycon, Jonny Black and Josh Blake
B.B. King (performing a blues variation) (0513)
Anthrax (performing In My World) (0619) - Joey Belladonna, Frank Bello, Charlie Benante, Scott Ian and Danny Spitz.
Spencer Davis of The Spencer Davis Group (0709)
Ritchie Havens (0709)
Robby Krieger of The Doors (0709)
Mark Lindsay of Paul Revere and the Raiders (0709)
Peter Noone of Hermans's Hermits (0709)
John Sebastian of The Loving Spoonful (0709)
The Village People (performing YMCA) (0807) - Alexander Briley (Sailor), David Hodo (Construction Worker), Glenn M. Hughes (Leather Man), G. Jeffrey Olson (Cowboy), Felipe Rose (Indian) and Raymond Simpson (Policeman)
Rick Dees (0822)
Tammy Wynette (1942 - 1998) (1108)

0102 Honey by Peg [Bobby Goldsboro (performer) & Bobby Russell (words & music); US #1 in April and May, 1968, for five weeks]
0102 I Am Woman by Peg [Helen Reddy (performer, words & music) and Ray Burton (words & music); US #1 in December, 1972, for one week]
0102 Dominique by Peg [The Singing Nun; US #1 in December, 1963, for four weeks]
0102 I'm in the Mood for Love by Peg
0104 Amazing Grace by the people at the funeral
0105 Born to be Wild by Al & Steve [Steppenwolf]
0107 By the Time I Get to Phoenix by Al [Jimmy Webb (words & music)]
0107 Three Times a Lady by Luke [The Commodores]
0109 Ten Cents A Dance by Peg [Ruth Etting (performer), Lorenz Hart (words) & Richard Rodgers (music)]
0109 Star Spangled Banner by Peg
0110 An der schönen blauen Donau by Al, Norris & his friends [Johann Strauss]
0112 Da Ya Think I'm Sexy by Steve [Rod Stewart]
0202 Row, Row, Row Your Boat by Al
0204 Rio de Janeiro by Peggy
0207 I Got Spurs That Jingle, Jangle, Jingle by Peggy [Tex Ritter, father of John Ritter who plays with Katey Sagal on "8 Simple Rules..."]
0213 We Wish You a Merry Christmas by Steve & Marcy
0214 Gilligan's Island theme song by Bud
0214 The Addams Family theme song by Bud
0217 My Funny Valentine by Marcy
0221 I Heard It Through the Grapewine by Al [Marvin Gaye (performer) Norman Whitfield & Barrett Strong (words & music); US #1 in December, 1968, and January, 1969, for seven weeks]
0221 Proud Mary by Al [Creedence Clearwater Revival]
0222 You Are My Sunshine by Peg, Kel, Bud, the Wanker Triplets, Uncle Otto & Uncle Erwin [Jimmie Davis and Charles Mitchell]
0301 Dueling Banjos by Al & Steve [also performed in Ed O'Neill's first movie Deliverance]
0301 Marcy recites from Every Breath I Take by The Police
0303 Heartbreak Hotel by Peg [Elvis, Mae B. Axton and Tommy Durden; US #1 in April, May and June, 1956, for eight weeks]
0305 The Flintstones theme song by Peg and the kids
0309 New York, New York by Al
0309 Hey Paula by Al & Peg [Paul & Paula; US # in February, 1963, for three weeks]
0309 I Got You Babe by Al & Peg [Sonny (Bono) and Cher(ilyn Sarkisian); US #1 in August, 1965, for three weeks]
0311 Variation of Banana Boat Song by Peg, Bud & Kel [Harry Belafonte]
0311 Moonriver by Peggy
0312 Nobody Knows The Trouble I've Seen by Peggy, Kelly & Bud
0317 Shotgun by The Why?
0318 This Guy's in Love with You by The Why?
0319 Variation of the Mr. Ed theme song by Bud
0322 The Jeffersons theme song by Bud & Kelly
0322 Sittin' on the Dock of the Bay by Al
0401 Star Spangled Banner by Peg
0402 A Wandering Ministrel, I by Steve [from the operetta The Mikado]
0402 For He's Gone and Married Yum Yum by Steve [from the operetta The Mikado]
0402 Bend Me Shape Me recited by Peggy
0403 Ghost Riders in the Sky by Steve
0403 Greensleeves by Steve
0411 My Girl by Peggy
0413 Winter Wonderland by Al
0413 Jingle Bells by Peggy
0414 The Decoy Woman by The Gutter Cats
0410 Born Free theme by Al
0417 New York, New York by Peg [Frank Sinatra]
0417 Personality by Peg & Marcy
0502 Cow Kicked Nelly by the Bundys
0503 North to Alaska by Al [music & lyrics by Lionel Newman; title song of the movie "North to Alaska" aka "Go North" with John Wayne (1960)]
0504 Daddy by Al
0504 Daddy by Peg & the kids
0507 Variation of Banana Boat Song by Al [Harry Belafonte]
0508 Variation of the Bonanza theme song by Al
0508 Variation of Old McDonald by Al
0509 Do That to Me One More Time - by Al [The Captain and Tennille; US #1 in February, 1980, for one week]
0510 Hush, Little Baby by Peg
0512 Blow the Man Down or Roll out the Barrel, respectively, by Peggy on her accordion
0518 Variation of The Patty Duke Show theme song by Charlie Verducci
0519 Mack the Knife by Al [from the Threepenny Opera by Bertolt Brecht (original German lyrics) and Kurt Weill (music); Original Title "Mecky Messer"; Enlish lyrics by Marc Blitzstein; US #1 in October, November and December, 1959, for 9 weeks, performed by Bobby Darin]
0521 The Way We Were by Al, Peg, Jeff & Marcy [Barbara Streisand (performer), Marvin Hamlisch, Alan Bergman 0and Marilyn Bergman (words & music); US #1 in February, 1974, for two weeks]
0522 Variation of 99 Bottles of Pop by the Bundys
0522 Variation of the Mr. Ed theme song by the prospector
0607 Theme Song from Facts of Life by Al
0609 Duke of Earl recital by Al [Gene Chandler; US #1 in February and March, 1962, for three weeks]
0610 Blow the Man Down or Roll out the Barrel, respectively, by Joanie and the Hep Cats on concertinas
0616 Marcy recites from Foxy Lady by Jimi Hendrix
0624 Nobody Knows The Trouble I've Seen by "nearby dogs"
0701 Babyface by Bud & Kelly
0702 Hush, Little Baby by Peg
0705 Moonriver by Al
0710 O Sole Mio by Al
0710 Happy Trails by Al
0712 Variation of Twelve Days of Christmas by Peg, Kel & Bud
0712 Variation of Frosty the Snowman by Marcy
0715 Diamonds Are A Girl's Best Friend by Peg & Al
0717 Variation of I Wanna Be Loved by You by Peg
0718 I Am the Pirate King by Rubio the Cruel ('Steve'), dancing an Irish jig [from The Pirates of Penzance]
0718 I Am the Very Model of A Modern Major-General by Rubio the Cruel ('Steve') [from The Pirates of Penzance]
0718 The Trolley Song by Rubio the Cruel ('Steve') [Harold Arlen]
0719 Star Spangled Banner by a senior cheerleader choir
0723 Variation of Banana Boat Song by Al [Harry Belafonte]
0801 Star Spangled Banner by Kelly
0801 There It Is by Kelly
0801 There It Is by Al
0806 Variation of Amazing Grace by Al
0806 Buffalo Gals by Al
0807 Variation of the Barney theme song by Al
0807 Macho Man by Peggy, Kelly and Bud
0810 The Jeffersons theme song by Kelly, Bud, Peggy & Marcy
0811 Swing Low, Sweet Chariot performed by a harmonica-playing dog
0811 Theme from Lassie whistled by Peg, Kel & Bud
0814 Happy Birthday by Jefferson
0825 I'm In the Money by Al
0902 Hoch auf dem gelben Wagen by Bud & Heidi [Translation: Up on the Yellow Coach]
0902 Get a Job by Al [The Silhouettes]
0907 I Love You Truly by Kelly
0908 Blow the Man Down by Peggy on a concertina
0910 Amazing Grace by Al, Jeff and some Polk High schoolmates
0916 Charge signal of the U.S. Army by Al
0916 I'm In the Money by Al
0922 The Jeffersons theme song by Al
1004 Variation of This Is a Man's World by Jeff & Sticky [James Brown]
1007 This Is a Man's World by the NO MA'AMers [James Brown]
1010 Daniel Boone Theme by Al & Bud
1011 On Top of Old Smokey by Al & Jefferson
1012 Deck the Halls by Jefferson, Bob Rooney, Ike and Officer Dan
1013 Kumbaya by the people at the marriage retreat park
1017 In the Still of the Night by Al & Griff [The Five Satins]
1018 Variation of 99 Bottles of Beer by Bud, Marcy & some boys
1019 Hot Stuff by Marcy [Donna Summer]
1020 Fame by Marcy & Jeff (Karaoke)
1020 I'm So Excited by Jeff (Karaoke) [Pointer Sisters]
1020 Do You Really Want to Hurt Me by Jeff (Karaoke) [Culture Club]
1020 I Think I Love You by Jeff (Karaoke) [Partridge Family; US #1 in November and December, 1970, for three weeks]
1022 Wild Thing by Al
1026 Wedding March from A Midsummer Night's Dreasm by the NO MA'AMers [Felix Mendelssohn]
1106 Bad Boys by Al [Inner Circle]
1109 Amazing Grace by Ike with bagpipes
1109 Workin' on the Railroad by Peg
1111 He's Got the Whole World in His Hands by a choir
1113 Jingle Bells by Al & Griff
1116 Words of I Will Survive by Peggy [Gloria Gaynor]
1122 Variation of the Patty Duke Show theme by Marcy
1123 Variation of Old McDonald by Al

Hope that is enough for you,

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Postby Sizzler » Sun Aug 06, 2006 11:15 am

And what about the "Deck the halls" they play in Marcys bank in "Its a bundyful life" part 1? Who made that version? :)
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Postby Glenn » Sat Aug 12, 2006 5:55 pm

I think it was Jonathan Wolff who created or changed existing songs for MWC
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Postby Dr. Shoe » Wed Feb 27, 2008 3:35 am

Does anybody know that song that is played on the cruise ship in season 9 where all the babes and doing the limbo n' stuff? I've heard it somewhere before. I thought I'd download it for my next get together.

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Postby Panek » Wed Feb 27, 2008 11:54 pm

Does anybody know a song that uses the blues variation BB King played on the show? I think I've heard it in a song of his (or another blues performer).

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Postby Daniel » Thu Feb 28, 2008 1:25 pm

Panek wrote:Does anybody know a song that uses the blues variation BB King played on the show? I think I've heard it in a song of his (or another blues performer).

As far as I know has this song no name and was never published. It was "created" just for MWC. Or in other words, he just played anything what came into his mind.
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Postby Dr. Shoe » Thu Feb 28, 2008 1:42 pm

That's Blues Music for you. I've heard that guy play what is supposedly the same song at different times. They just change the words willy nilly.

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Postby Glenn » Thu Feb 28, 2008 2:13 pm

i think that's not a song that is out there to purchase. It's probably a Jonathan Wolff composition.
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Postby Panek » Thu Feb 28, 2008 8:13 pm

I know that BB's song on MwC was never recorded for an album, it's just that I've definitely heard a blues piece like this but with different words. I just love the guitar riffs in this one.

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Re: Married...With Children Music

Postby danny » Thu Dec 11, 2008 2:42 pm

what is the name of the song mm mm him?

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Re: Married...With Children Music

Postby Glenn » Thu Dec 11, 2008 3:17 pm

That song is "Anna (Go to Him)" by Arthur Alexander
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Re: Married...With Children Music

Postby Dr. Shoe » Thu Dec 11, 2008 5:21 pm

Its "Anna (Go To Him)" by Arthur Alexander.

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Re: Married...With Children Music

Postby Glenn » Thu Dec 11, 2008 5:48 pm

whoops ^^
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Re: Married...With Children Music

Postby Dr. Shoe » Thu Dec 11, 2008 10:49 pm

That's why I'm Grandmaster B and you are a mere Verminator.


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