Season 5: Watching The Baby (Limo Song)
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    Default Season 5: Watching The Baby (Limo Song)




    I have a question about the song that played when Malcolm and Reese were in the limo with the girls

    I think it has "la la la you're so bizarre" as the lyrics (if you actually listen to the song, really closely) but I looked it up on Google and found nothing.

    Can someone help?

    Thanks.



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    I've just created an archive copy of the most complete list of Malcolm music, which isn't online in original form anymore. Sadly the Limo music is not identified. https://www.malcolminthemiddle.co.uk...in-the-middle/.
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    Quote Originally Posted by tjpeople View Post
    I've just created an archive copy of the most complete list of Malcolm music, which isn't online in original form anymore. Sadly the Limo music is not identified. https://www.malcolminthemiddle.co.uk...in-the-middle/.
    Thank you for the list! Hopefully it will be identified soon

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    Sometimes the Shazam or SoundHound apps can work wonders, unless there's too much background noise and the music is buried in the mix.

    You also have to remember Charles Sydnor wrote a lot of incidental music for the series, and he's a very versatile composer, capable of writing funny cartoon tunes, pop, folk, jazz, you name it, but also proper classical music.

    https://soundcloud.com/charles_sydnor/sets

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    Quote Originally Posted by tjpeople View Post
    I've just created an archive copy of the most complete list of Malcolm music, which isn't online in original form anymore. Sadly the Limo music is not identified. https://www.malcolminthemiddle.co.uk...in-the-middle/.
    Thanks a lot for that! I also saved Joe G.'s page some time ago.

    Rich
    All the people are so happy now, their heads are caving in.
    I'm glad they are a snowman with protective rubber skin.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Richiepiep View Post
    Sometimes the Shazam or SoundHound apps can work wonders, unless there's too much background noise and the music is buried in the mix.

    You also have to remember Charles Sydnor wrote a lot of incidental music for the series, and he's a very versatile composer, capable of writing funny cartoon tunes, pop, folk, jazz, you name it, but also proper classical music.

    https://soundcloud.com/charles_sydnor/sets

    Rich
    I have tried using Shazam but as you said it was buried in the mix. About the song, I'm pretty sure it's a band with a female singer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sweet_Pie View Post
    I have tried using Shazam but as you said it was buried in the mix. About the song, I'm pretty sure it's a band with a female singer.
    Yes, I believe you're right. From what I can hear of it, I really like the song!

    If you're on Facebook, you could ask Julie Glaze Houlihan, who was music supervisor for most of the MITM episodes, including this one. She is credited with identifying 12 of the songs on Joe G (aka BigFitz79)'s page, so it looks like she is quite willing to help!

    My biggest thanks to Julie Glaze Houlihan for helping me identify about 12 of the trickiest ones. She rocks!
    https://www.facebook.com/julieglaze.houlihan

    Best,

    Rich
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    I'm glad they are a snowman with protective rubber skin.


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