Marketts - The Markets Interpret The Batman Show

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Sealed 1966 Stereo Original. Tiny Brass Promo Rivet In Upper Left Corner. "The Marketts Are Sometimes Classified As A Surf Group Because Of Their Hit Instrumental "Out Of Limits," One Of The Last Big Surf Singles, Which Made #3 In Early 1964. In Reality, They Were Something Of An All-Purpose Contemporary Instrumental Group With Elements Of Surf, Rock, Pop, And Even Easy Listening. And They Were Not Really A Group, But A Fluid Collection Of Los Angeles Session Musicians, Working Under The Direction Of Producer Joe Saraceno. Saraceno Was The Principal Man Behind The Concept Of The Marketts, Although He Himself Did Not Play Or Arrange Anything On Their Records, Or Even Write All Of The Material. He Was Sharp Enough To Latch Onto The Surf Craze In 1962 For One Of The Earliest Instrumental Surf Hits, "Surfer's Stomp," Which Made The Top Forty On Liberty In 1962. While Working At Liberty, He Also Produced The Ventures For A Time, And The Influence Of The Ventures' Cleanly-Picked Guitar Lines Is Very Evident On "Out Of Limits" And Some Other Marketts Tracks. After "Out Of Limits," The Marketts Would Enter The Top Twenty One More Time With The "Batman Theme" In Early 1966, And Release Records As Late As 1977. Saraceno, In Addition To His Work With The Marketts And The Ventures, Would Also Produce Bobby Vee, The Sunshine Company, Martin Denny, And Many Other Acts.” – Richie Unterberger, All Music Guide

Artist: Marketts Title: The Markets Interpret The Batman Show Genre: Pop Type: New - LP Label: Warner Catalog ID: WS 1642 Country: USA Our ID: 64867
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