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Old 05-16-2006, 06:15 PM   #1
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Default Music from What's Happening

I would *love* to find out where I can get a copy of the music that plays during various What's Happening episodes (you know, that same song that rerun always plays when he dances, the music the "rockets" dance to, the music from "disco dollar disaster", etc.). Does anyone know where/how I can get a copy of it?
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Aren't they supposed to list the music in the closing credits?
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Henry Mancini did the music for the opening theme. That much I know.
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I want to know what the song is from the ep in season 3 everytime the window slammed down or the door was slammed the record player came one and that same song was on that rerun danced to
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Old 05-18-2006, 12:38 PM   #5
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I like the interlude music from the episode where Raj writes a script for Central Avenue in season 1.
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Old 05-23-2006, 03:08 AM   #6
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The song from the episode where the window was coming down is " Get Up Get Down Get Funky Get Loose" by Teddy Pendergrass.
I'm sure you could download it.
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Music I have Teddy P's Greatest Hits/Anthology CD set...

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The song from the episode where the window was coming down is " Get Up Get Down Get Funky Get Loose" by Teddy Pendergrass.
I'm sure you could download it.
Oh yeah, this is true as well...
I have Teddy's Greatest Hits Anthology set on CD's, and this is one of the songs that is on it. I didn't think about it or quite match it to Rerun's dance theme song, but hell yeah it certainly IS!!

Good find and point made, CW!! Thanx much!!

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I dont like the theme to whats happinin.. kind of corney to me.
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I agree in the fact that the overall THEME song could've been put to something else, other than that Henry Mancini composition...
The theme for WH could've been a little more upbeat and indicative of the time period in which it was popular (i.e.: themed to a disco-style or even with an R&B touch, or other).

Anyway, it's all good, no matter what...
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I like the theme music.
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It was probably just some canned music they used..generic type..
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Default motown music on whats happenning like it was heard on cooley high

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motown music on whats happenning

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like the movie cooley high wouldn't would have been cool to hear the motown music on what happenning it would have been hot too hear the songs at robs place but we all no these records lables asking for allot of money just a suggestion
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I like the interlude music from the episode where Raj writes a script for Central Avenue in season 1.
Isn't that the same music they used when the boys went to visit Raj's mother's boss, while they were playing poker?

If so, that was weird, cheap music.
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I like the theme music.
i did too e even heard the theme song in musizak when i was out shopping one day that was something i wont be forgetting anytime soon
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Henry Mancini did the music for the opening theme. That much I know.
Did he really? Wow, that's cool! I haven't seen WH in AGES so I looked it up on Youtube. God, that theme music brings back memories. I used to really like that show!

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