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 Author: balkins3
Posted: Jun 29 2013 - 10:09 PM
Subject: instrumental tune late 60's or early 70's
This instrumental tune was used as the theme for the World's 1st worlds strongest man competition in 1977 at universal studios. It sounds like there is a lot of brass, similar to a Herb Alpert Piece. I think it was introduced in the late 60's or early 70's and I used to here it on an LP. I can't remember the name but want to add it to my iTunes. I just found it on an old broadcast posted on You Tube.
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