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|1. Putty Tat Trouble Part 6|
|2. Hillbilly Hare|
|3. Early WB Scores: The Depression Era|
|4. The Good Egg|
|5. Various Cues From Bugs Bunny Films|
|6. There They Go Go Go|
|7. Stalling Self-Parody: Music From Porky's Preview|
|8. Anxiety Montage|
|9. Stalling: The War Years|
|10. Medley: Dinner Music For A Pack Of Hungary Cannibals|
|11. Carl Stalling With Milt Franklyn In Session|
|12. Speedy Gonzalez/Meets Two Crows From Taco|
|13. Powerhouse And Other Cuts From The Early 50's|
|14. Porky In Wackyland/Dough For The Do Do|
|15. To Itch His Own|
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Willner sifted through hundreds of cartoons to choose about 40 with the most significant music.
Carl Stallings music has been listened to and enjoyed more than any other composer/musician in the history of the planet.
For those who remember the Loony Tunes / Bugs Bunny cartoons, this is a great stroll through memory lane.
Anyone who is a fan of the classic Warner Bros. cartoons will love this album. It is a best of Carl Stalling's compositions and the music is as hilarious as Bugs Bunny, Elmer Fudd,... Read morePublished 2 months ago by D.A. Bossert
Wild and crazy cartoon music. Fun!
Approximately the speed of a jet fighter.
Listening to this out of the context with the cartoons turns this collection of Carl Stalling's music into a 20th Century Avant-garde masterpiece. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Jeff Knorek
For anyone who remembers going to the movies and the obligatory cartoons and news reels. The cartoon music was half the fun. The audience would hum and sing out loud. Read morePublished 11 months ago by allen scott
I love this Album and when mine got too scratched up to listen to I bought another and it was as good as always.Published 13 months ago by Daniel Sylvester
This is wonderful, raucous, seminal music, central to American (and world) pop culture.
Also note that the cassette release has one more track than the CD release. Read more