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  • Vinyl (10 May 1989)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Import
  • Label: Imports
  • ASIN: B000000GOQ
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Audio Cassette
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 1,402,508 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Snap, Crackle, Pop
2. I'm a Chiquita Banana
3. Choo Choo Charlie
4. If You Like Fluff, Fluff, Fluff
5. Sometimes You Feel Like a Nut
6. There's Nothing Like the Face
7. Do You Know Exactly How
8. Candy-Coated Popcorn, Peanuts, and a Prize
9. I'd Like to Buy the World a Coke
10. It's the Real Thing
11. Things Go Better With Coke
12. Come Alive
13. Be a Pepper
14. San Francisco Treat
15. Dog Kids Love to Bite
16. Fruit Juicy
17. I Love Bosco
18. N-E-S-T-L-E-S
19. It's Slinky
20. Meet the Swinger
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By G. ferguson on 21 Jun. 2014
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
this a great collection of television commercials. this takes me back to when t v was a big deal. you waited for the music from the commercials. good stuff played here.
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12 of 13 people found the following review helpful
Only in America...a capitalist's dream! 8 July 2003
By Anonymous - Published on
Format: Audio CD
This collection is impotant not just as nostalgia but as an example of what brilliant marketing and advertising can do to an entire's the American way! Short jingles that stay in your mind forever..and so do these products! Whether it's a Hershey bar or Cracker Jack ("candy-coated popcorn, peanuts and a prize!" - how many of us bought it just to get that darn prize?!) and how many of us followed the "instuctions' on how to "eat an Oreo?" And what of those beer commercials - didn't they bring our families closer together ("here's to good friends, tonight is kinda special...")? And only in America does a Coca Cola commercial jingle become an anthem for world peace ("I'd like to Teach the World to perfect harmony.") This compilation is a textbook for anyone who has ever wanted to sell anything.
6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
Come alive! Come alive! You're in the � Generation 10 May 2000
By A Customer - Published on
Format: Audio CD
It certainly takes me back - Remember Mr. Clean, Speedy Alka-Seltzer, Choo-Choo Charlie and the Marlboro man?
The quality is extremely spotty (which, as I recall, is an all-too-accurate accurate depiction of the commercials of the 50s and 60s). It has some very poor cuts along with good songs by Dinah Shore, Carmen Miranda, Edie Adams and the Kingston Trio. But they've taken care to make the quality as high as possible. Some of the cuts sound funny to me because the quality is too good - far better than our old black & White TV. The Old Spice and Marlboro cuts are pure instrumentals that sound excellent. But you don't buy it for sound; you buy it for the memories:
Stronger than Dirt. To the colonel, it's a regiment; to a smoker, it's a ... When you're out of ..., you're out of beer. ... the San Francisco treat. Because a kid'll eat the middle of an ... first, and save the chocolate cookie outside for last. The dogs kids love to bite. I'd like to teach the world to sing, in perfect harmony. See the USA in your .... You can trust your car to the man who wears the .... My dog's better than your dog. ... tastes good like a cigareete should. You can take ... out of the country, but, you can't take the country out of ... . ... makes the very best cho-o-o-ocolate. Hey big spender, spend a little dime with me. Why don't you pick one up and smoke it sometime? A little dab'll do ya. Take it off; take it all off. Everybody doesn't like something, but nobody doesn't like .... I'm [Carmen Miranda] and I'm here to say, Bananas have to ripen in a certain way. Sometimes you feel like a nut; sometimes you don't. There's nothin' like the face of a kid eating a .... Plop, plop, fizz, fizz, oh, what a relief it is.
If you need me to name the products, then this album probably isn't for you. But if there's a tune running through your head right now from reading the list, then this album might bring back some fun memories.
Why don't you pick one up and listen sometime?
6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
Fabulous! But...where's the beef? 2 Dec. 2001
By Makoto Igaue - Published on
Format: Audio CD
Listening those jingles maybe from late '40's to early '70's is a completely unique experience for people like me born after 1969. Often said that popular music is a three minutes artwork and I have no hesitation to call the jingles "one minute artworks." When I opened up the flyer inside to find the lyrics of the jingles, "WOW!" It really made me come alive. However it was the next moment made me feel like a nut. "Where's the linernotes?" Is it the Association singing for Oreo or is it Lou Rawls who is singing "Let it be Lowenbrau?" Who is the country singer singing for Armour Hot Dogs with the kids love to bite the sausages and did he finally made his own fame in the Music City? And where's the name like Barry Manilow or Melissa Manchester, who had been making their early days writing and performing jingles beneath the shadow of the Brill Building? I have a few other TV soundtrack CDs from the same company but they have linernotes well crafted and with a certain research.
Why didn't they do the same treatment for this? CDs like this is not only for nostalgia buffs, but also a very important reference for the studies of cultural history or sociology. That's why I don't rate this Five Stars and I entitled my review
from a famous hamburger commercial. @
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
Substandard by comparison to the rest of the series. . . 7 April 2000
By John A. Kuczma - Published on
Format: Audio CD
I must admit that this album was somewhat of a disappointment. There are a number of jingles here that brought back a smile, but some are slick remakes and others not the most memorable choice for the given product.
For those who own the rest of the series, or someone who really enjoys advertising jingles, this is a worthwhile investment. However, as a stand-alone or for someone who wants only originals, TeeVee Toons - The Commercials may leave a sour taste in your mouth.
6 of 7 people found the following review helpful
A Couch Potato's Walk Down Memory Lane 14 Jan. 2002
By B. T. Moore - Published on
Format: Audio CD
Being a child from the 1970's, my memories of these jingles are at about 40 or 50%. However, as TV Land began airing some of these ads in the past 6 years, my familiarity got clearer. I certainly enjoyed remembering the Almond Joy/Mounds, Hershey Bar, It's The Real Thing Coke, Dr. Pepper, Hawaiian Punch, and Lowenbrau ads that I experienced as a child. I originally bought this as a tape, and I distictly remember enjoying the first side more than the second side. However, as I am more grown up now and enjoy beer ads and just clever jingles as a whole, this collection is superb. My only complaint is that other things weren't included. Then again, what is stopping me from making my own collection???
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