MUTEL Library

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MUTEL Library

Postby Lerpiniere » Wed Jun 03, 2009 11:43 am

Does anyone here have a copy of the MUTEL library? I am looking for two cues with odd titles used during carnival scenes in 50s det adventure shows:

MFX-30 by Frank Standahl
Syn-F-272 by Fred Humbert

Any help or leads would be appreciated!


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Re: MUTEL Library

Postby Sam West » Wed Oct 05, 2011 12:58 am

While I can't give an answer to your question, I want to say that the MUTEL library surely is wonderful. Just heard a Barry Craig detective show that used some endearing MUTEL cues. I recognize the first cue from the first record. A saxophone featured piece. Other cues feature full orchestra. They were fragments of what could have been a symphony with marvelous romantic motifs.

Hope someone will join in this discussion. Thanks!

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Re: MUTEL Library

Postby ZUrlocker » Sun Nov 18, 2012 6:31 pm

I'm looking for the Your Truly Johnny Dollar themes, which I believe were MUTEL works. Any ideas where to find these?

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