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February 04, 2006

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» Sun Ra and The Blues Project Do Batman and Robin! from Abject Learning
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Das WMFU Blog hat eine sehr rare Aufnahme, unter anderem von Sun Ra sowie Al Kooper's Blues Project aus den 60er Jahren ausgegraben. Diese wurde unter dem Namen "The Sensational Guitars of Dan and Dale" als Soundtrack zur Batman&Robin-Fernsehserie von ei [Read More]

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» Sun Ra and Blues Project Do Batman and Robin (MP3s) from Boing Boing
On WFMU's blog, Station Manager Ken says, In 1966, a toy company in Newark, New Jersey released a children's record called Batman and Robin to cash in on the popular Adam West TV series of the same name. The music on the LP was credited to "The Sensati... [Read More]

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Capitan Aguirre

Way cool! Great new refreshing job in all the songs! Sensational!
Capitan Aguirre

tre-uncool

hey guys i was just wondering does anyone know approx how much a 1966 batman and robin record is worth it has 3 stories on it when batman became a coward the fake boy wonder and the marriage of batman and batwoman

please email to scotty_2_hotty_rules@hotmail.com

edward the mad shirt grinder

jimson wonders if the vocalist on the Robin's theme is June Tyson. I've listened most of the Ra recordings ( well maybe only a 100), seen Ra in concert with June. I say the voice isn't husky or dark enough

Pete M. Anderson

Wow, I remember this from when I was a kid! Unbelievable! And has anyone mentioned that the backing track from the Riddler's Retreat is "She Loves You" by the Beatles? Wacky stuff.

peter

Batman robin are the best partners i have ever seen

Jason

You can buy it on amazon, it's freely and inexpensively available and has been for ages. This is not exactly a discovery! Similarly 'Unmask the Batman', which someone else asked about is available on the Sun Ra Saturn Singles CD from Evidence, also available on amazon & elsewhere. It is great! Get it!

jakob

How has NO ONE on this page mentioned that this includes a (great) covert cover of the Beatles!? :|

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