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Television's Greatest Hits is a series of albums containing recordings of TV theme songs through the years. Each of the original 8 volumes contains 65 theme songs. The format of the original eight-volume series became widely imitated by other record labels. As of September , Oglio Records is re-issuing the tracks in a series of nine compilations. From the 50's and The 60's. The album featured theme songs from classic TV shows that became a respectable seller. The San Francisco Chronicle called the album "the most fun you can have with your pants on", and the New York Times highlighted it as one of 's most notable business ideas. The fourth volume in , The Commercials , included a number of jingles ad commercials from different eras.
Like its predecessor, Greatest Hits of the 60s, Vol. But it does contain more actual hits than volume one. Thirty-five of the 36 selections were Top 20 singles in the '60s, and the only exception is Aretha Franklin's "Bridge Over Troubled Water," which wasn't released until , when it hit the Top Ten. Thirty-one of the tracks made the Top Ten in the '60s, and 17 hit number one. The selection on the album is broader in one sense than that on volume one, narrower in another. The material on volume one was drawn exclusively from the catalog of Sony, but volume two, assembled by Warner Special Products, draws upon the Warner vaults and the resources of reissue specialist Rhino Records. Maybe the extensive licensing increased costs, because a deliberate effort has been made to exact more revenue: though it stretches to three discs, volume two has four fewer tracks and runs ten fewer minutes than the two-disc volume one.
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