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8 thoughts on “ Mike Post, Pete Carpenter - The A-Team (CD) ”

  1. Music. Carpenter's collaboration with the much younger composer Mike Post began in and lasted until Carpenter's death nearly two decades later. The two saw some success when they wrote the theme for producer Stephen J. Cannell's first show, the police detective drama Toma in But their big breakthrough was the top 10 Billboard hit and Grammy Award-winning .
  2. Mike Post (born Leland Michael Postil, September 29, , in Berkeley, California) is a multi- Grammy and Emmy Award winning composer best known for his television theme music for such primetime series as Law& Order, NYPD Blue]], The Rockford Files, L.A. Law, Quantum Leap, Magnum, P.I., Hunter, and Hill Street Blues. Post's first credited work in music was cutting .
  3. This CD is a compilation of much of the background music that plays during "A-Team" episodes. Family members have complained that some of it sounds the same; however, it is important to note that this is a television score, and that repeated themes are common (and important) in TV music/5(23).
  4. Jan 28,  · 50+ videos Play all Mix - Mike Post & Pete Carpenter - The stevsurcecoghulolaxnazoremether.coinfo YouTube; Theme From Renegade - Duration: Mike Post - Topic 16, views.
  5. Sep 24,  · Provided to YouTube by Sony Music Entertainment The A-Team · Mike Post Encore: It's Post Time ℗ BMG Music Released on: Composer, Lyricist: Pete Carpenter Auto-generated by YouTube.
  6. Mike Post And Pete Carpenter: Mike Post And Pete Carpenter - The A-Team™ (Die Hit-TV-Serie Aus RTL PLUS) ‎ (LP) Silva Screen, Silva Screen: SIL , FILMLP UK & Europe: Sell This Version.
  7. Track: Artist: Title: Composer: Producer: Rating: A: Mike Post: The A Team: Mike Post, Pete Carpenter: Mike Post: Rate: B: Mike Post: 6 Splash Mike Post, Pete.
  8. The credits to the tracks on this album provide an immediate insight to the prolific Mike Post and Pete Carpenter television scoring team -- which was more a TV score factory catering to many of the s/s action shows. Several other names are credited along with Post and Carpenter (their full names, alas, are nowhere to be seen); these were apprentices and journeymen, .

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