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In later years, the cable television station Speedvision which in became the Speed Channel , aired re-runs from approximately to The ending of the show does pay homage to the original ending, showing the original host Bud Lindemann's goodbye quote. The quotes varied among episodes but usually stated, "..

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That was fast, thanks. Hi BTK88, great thread!! I love library music! Other notable projects on his credits include the documentary show 'Zoo Time', which used Prokofiev's 'Peter and the Wolf', the long-running 'World in Action' documentary series which ran from the early sixties until the end of the nineties and used a theme tune credited to Jonathan Weston but composed and improvised by guitarist Shawn Phillips and organist Mick Weaver , which Peter commissioned.

Other notable programmes on his list of credits include 'Under Fire', which included 'Rodeo Ballet' by A. Copeland, and 'Searchlight' which included a symphony by Shostakovich. Peter is still involved in all matters musical to this day. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Probably the most famous piece he commissioned was called 'Lancashire Blues' by Eric Spear for a new soap opera with the working title of 'Florizel Street'.

The story goes that a tea lady named Agnes remarked that 'Florizel' sounded like a brand of disinfectant, so the name of the soap opera was changed. Since it first aired in , the 'Lancashire Blues' chosen by Peter has become one of the Twentieth Century's most iconic theme tunes to what we now know as Coronation Street. At Granada, Peter worked alongside music directors Peter Knight and Derek Hilton, with whom he planned many musical strategies including Mr.

Though released shortly before Paul McCartney recorded a song by the same name for the eponymous James Bond film, a court case was instigated by the publishers of the McCartney song and an injunction slammed on the Twemlow record.

Twemlow's defence was that it was simply an innocent example of two songs bearing the same title, unfortunately a "James Bond" style pose on the picture sleeve threw doubt on this, and the court found in favour of McCartney's people. Unfortunately such problems within the music industry, combined with bad business deals, legal hassles and a divorce from childhood sweetheart Georgina Curly meant Twemlow's music success was short lived and he was eventually declared bankrupt.

In the mids Twemlow took a variety of odd jobs, including a delivery driver for Lomas and Baynes, a company that specialised in supplying equipment for offices, he also worked for a time as a ferryman on the Manchester Ship Canal in Irlam.

He was married to Judith, who worked as a secretary for a Manchester firm of solicitors and they lived in Whitefield on the north side of the Manchester area.

In the early s he wrote his autobiography The Tuxedo Warrior , which documented his career in the music industry and as a bouncer. In the book's final chapter Twemlow is hospitalised after a fight in a nightclub leaves him with a fractured skull and his family ask him to retire or seek an alternative lifestyle. He refuses and returns to being a Tuxedo Warrior, the book closes with the statement "it is far better to be a resident on the brink of hell, than spend a lifetime in a relentless pursuit of a mythical heaven".

Tuxedo Warrior was turned into a film in , however the film chooses to ignore all aspects of Cliff's life and instead merely uses him as a character in a fictional narrative.

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All the pros do. One or more new-car road tests per episode were also featured. The racing library was not limited to automobiles, they even filmed snowmobile racing. The series used stock music cues, most of them also used by NFL Films, for its varied features, such as in coverage of the Daytona , which used the Jack Trombey track "Military Attache," a cue that opened NFL Films' Pittsburgh Steelers season review film.