Here are a few of our favorite tunes from each decade.
Once these examples have whetted your appetite, we invite you
to gorge yourself on the deluxe three volume compilation!
Nearly 70 astonishing, beautiful, befuddling songs,
expertly restored and ready to motivate and entertain!
Weekly Bonus Track!
Here’s a deep cut you won’t find in our iTunes compilations or in our permanent collection below. Check back soon — a new bonus track every week!
In October 1964, Radio City Music Hall was the setting for “The New Wide World of Ford,” the first Ford Tractor Worldwide Dealer Conference, and what a big-bucks blowout it was. 5,300 Ford Tractor personnel from around the world thrilled to Wilson Stone’s songs that assured them that they, along with Ford’s tractors, were the linchpins of civilization.
“I’ve Got a Wide Range of Features”
by John McGee
1956 GE appliance show “It’s a Great New Line!”
“Once in a Lifetime”
1958 Edsel dealer announcement show “Once in a Lifetime”
by Sheldon Harnick and Jerry Bock
1959 Ford Tractor show “Ford-i-fy Your Future”
“Don’t Let a Be-Back Get Away”
by Luther Henderson with vocal by Florence Henderson
1959 Oldsmobile show “Good News About Olds”
by Sonny Kippe, Joe Lapidos, and Glenn Moore
1969 Monroe Calculator show “It’s a Brand New Ball Game”
by Wilson Stone
1961 Coca-Cola bottlers show “The Grip of Leadership”
“He’s a Penney Man”
by Michael Brown
1966 JC Penney show “Spirit of 66″
“We Were There”
by Hank Beebe and Bill Heyer
1966 Detroit Diesel show “Diesel Dazzle”
“PDM (Power Distribution Management) Can Do”
by John Kander, Fred Ebb, and Walter Marks
1966 General Electric show “Go Fly a Kite”
by Sid Siegel
1969 American-Standard show “The Bathrooms Are Coming”
The 1970s and Beyond
“Three Days in Eight Minutes”
by Kevin Gavin and Ken Peters
1979 Westinghouse ASD show “’79 Fever”
1972 York air conditioner show “All in the York Family”
“Tires to Sell”
by Elliott Delman, James Tullio, David Kravitz, and Joan Beugen
1979 B.F. Goodrich show “The Great Life”
“An Exxon Dealer’s Wife”
by Ted Simons and John Allen
1979 Exxon show “Put Yourself in Their Shoes”