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Batmania (OST) Soundtrack

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  • Audio CD (5 Mar. 2010)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Soundtrack
  • Label: Varese Sarabande
  • ASIN: B00000151C
  • Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 460,424 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Batman Theme - Neal Hefti
2. The Story Of Batman - Adam West
3. The Capture - Burgess Meredith
4. Batman To The Rescue - LaVern Baker
5. Batman Theme - Al Hirt
6. Ratman And Bobin In The Clipper Caper - The Brothers Four
7. Batman A Go Go - Combo Kings
8. Miranda - Adam West
9. That Man - Peggy Lee
10. Batman Theme - Allan, Davie And The Arrows
11. The Joker Is Wild - Jan and Dean
12. The Riddler - Frank Gorshin
13. The Escape - Burgess Meredith
14. Batman And Robin - Adam West
15. Batman Theme - Joel McNeely;Royal Scottish National Orchestra And Chorus

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By Levy TOP 1000 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 16 Dec. 2006
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
15 tracks inspired by The Batman Legend, 4 of which are The Batman Theme, so Varese Saraband have been pretty mean considering there's so much stuff out there. It would have been nice for instance if they'd dropped one of the Batman Themes and included But Ward's Frank Zappa produced single. Adam West weighs in with 2 cuts, The Story Of Batman & the decidedly kinky Miranda. Frank Gorshin (The Riddler) sings The Riddler - a real guilty pleasure of this reviewer. Burgess Meredith (The Penguign) talks his way through both The Capture & The Escape. Other artists include Peggy Lee, Lavern Baker, Combo Knights & The Brothers Four. Davie Allen & His Arrows are one of those who knock out The Batman Theme. For Batman enthusiasts or TV nostalgics or novelty collectors, this is probably a must but methinks just 39 minutes long this is not value for money. What a pity that Ace didn't compile this.
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13 of 13 people found the following review helpful
I got mine autographed by Adam West and Frank Gorshin! 19 Sept. 2004
By Johnny Heering - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
This is a collection of 11 Batman novelty songs, plus four different versions of the "Batman Theme". There are novelty songs by three cast members from the Batman TV show; Adam "Batman" West, Burgess "Penguin" Meredith and Frank "Riddler" Gorshin. Unfortunately, Burt "Robin" Ward's song "Boy Wonder, I Love You" was unable to be included. The reason is that the song was produced by Frank Zappa, and Zappa's widow will not allow it to be rereleased. That's a real shame, because it really would have added a lot to this CD. Now, let me discuss what is on the CD:

1. "Batman Theme" by Neal Hefti is the version by the song's composer.

2. "The Story of Batman" by Adam West is a very silly song produced in England in the mid-70s.

3. "The Capture" by Burgess Meredith is a song sung in character as the Penguin.

4. "Batman to the Rescue" by LaVern Baker is a remake of her old hit "Jim Dandy", with Batman subbing for Mr. Dandy.

5. "Batman Theme" by Al Hirt is a jazzy version of the famous theme.

6. "Ratman and Bobin in the Clipper Caper" by the Brothers Four is a bizarre comedy sketch that appeared on the b-side of one of their singles.

7. "Batman a Go Go" by the Combo Kings is an R&B song by a group that sounds a bit like the Miracles.

8. "Miranda" by Adam West is a goofy novelty song that was released during the height of the show's popularity.

9. "That Man" by Peggy Lee is not a very good song, but it probably has the best singing of any song here.

10. "Batman Theme" by Davie Allan & the Arrows is a fuzz rock version of the theme.

11. "The Joker is Wild" by Jan & Dean is from their "Jan & Dean Meet Batman" album.

12. "The Riddler" by Frank Gorshin is an amusing novelty song written by Mel Torme.

13. "The Escape" by Burgess Meredith is the b-side of "The Capture".

14. "Batman and Robin" by Adam West is a short comedy sketch that was the b-side of "The Story of Batman".

15. "Batman Theme" by Joel McNeely and the Royal Scottish National Orchestra and Chorus is an orchestral version of the TV theme, which also features a bit of the movie theme for good measure.

This is a fun collection of mostly silly songs, some of which are admittedly not very good. But if you like this sort of thing, you should enjoy it.
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
What did the chick say to the other chick when the hen laid an orange instead of an egg? 18 Aug. 2005
By Toneman Goldfarb - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
This curiosity piece, released by the wonderful Varese Sarabande label in 1997 to coincide with the awful "Batman and Robin" movie and the reasonably good "The New Batman/Superman Adventures" TV series, compiled most of the novelty songs recorded around the time of the classically campy "Batman" series from the mid-to-late-sixties. This CD includes songs recorded by cast members during and after the run of the show, novelties and parodies recorded about Batman, and alternate versions of Neal Hefti's legendary theme. While most of the songs are admittedly not great at all, the best have a great level of enjoyable campiness, and curiously enough, the album proves to stand up after repeated listens, despite its seemingly "novelty" aspect. The best track is, of course, Adam West's "Miranda", which not only proves that West can sing better than William Shatner and Leonard Nimoy, but manages to be a great and hilarious song in and of itself (I wonder whom Boy Genius is?). This isn't the sort of release that merits a long review, but I can say, if you're a fan of the '60s TV show and the classic 1966 movie, and you find this CD used for cheap, pick it up. It's missing a few classics (most notably Burt Ward and Frank Zappa's "Boy Wonder, I Love You"), but for the Bat-fans (God, that sounds stupid), it is an essential release.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
Batmania 29 Sept. 2014
By Steve B. - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
Nostalgic fun for those of us who loved the old campy Batman series,
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