The Al Morton TakeOut Episode 19
The Takeout was written, performed and produced in Alicante, Spain by Al Morton. The solo classical guitar music is arranged and performed by Al Morton.
With thanks to Michael Britton for his help with material relating to Prince Harry’s book, Spare and also to my great friend Bill Dunham for the loan of his Francisco Bros Anniversario guitar used in the Guitar Lessons from Venus underscored music which sounds similar to – If I fell by John Lennon and Paul McCartney. The Boris is Back theme – Vals by Bartolomé Catalayud and the Acker Bilk reminiscence underscored music, which may sound very slightly like Stranger on the Sandy Shore but not in any intentional copyright-infringing way.
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Production Editor: Heather Margaret. Podcast artwork – Elliot Morton.
The Takeout Podcast guitar theme
Serenata Española by J. Malats arranged and performed by Al Morton.
Episode Intro music
Music by Aleksandr Karabanov – Muzaproduction
Johnson Party Gate Rave Music
The Devil’s Warehouse by Valerie Prettyness
Interval Music ‘You’ve Been Listening to’
Let’s go to the beach by Ivan Traveso
Twitter and Social Media Commentary
Salsa Music – no copyright – no attribution
GB News excerpt ‘Should Garry Linekar be Sacked’ Background Music
Russian traditional folk song – Kalinka by Muzaproduction
Johnson is Back – The Oompa Loompa Music
Jungle Sneak Tack Kelly James by Brolefilmer
The Social Media Marketing – Department Gringotts Music
Let the Mystery Unfold by Geoff Harvey
Acker Bilk story Pensford village fete section music
English Country Garden by Aaron Kenny via YouTube music library