Hawaii Five-O is an instrumental album by the Ventures. It is named for the popular 1968 television series, and featured the theme song from the series as its title track. It was released in 1969 on Liberty Records LST-8061 and reached on the Billboard Top LP chart, staying for 24 weeks. The album was certified gold by RIAA on July 21, 1971. The popularity of the album was propelled by the hit title track, which reached on the Billboard Pop Singles chart. Hawaii Five-O" (Morton Stevens) – 1:59.
Band Name The Ventures. Album Name Hawaii Five-O. 版公司 United Artists Records Liberty Records Sundazed Music. 5. Don't Give in to Him. 6. Theme From A Summer Place. 7. Medley: Spooky, Traces, Stormy.
The Ventures - Hawaii Five-o - LIBERTY-LST-8061. Cover is in VG condition record plays VG condition. 45 record 7"- the ventures - hawaii five-o. Never Opened, Album Should Be In Mint Condition. Let The Sunshine In (The Flesh Failures). THE VENTURES - Walk-Don't Run 1964, Hawaii Five-O 7" SURF ROCK. ARTIST/TITLE: THE VENTURES - Walk-Don't Run 1964, Hawaii Five-O. VINYL: VG to VG. THE VENTURES Hawaii Five-O, Soul Breeze original 45 from 1968. This is an original 45 by THE VENTURES with the songs HAWAII FIVE-O and SOUL BREEZE from 1968
Hawaii FiveO The Ventures. This album has an average beat per minute of 135 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 99/194 BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page. Tracklist Hawaii FiveO. Album starts at 163BPM, ends at 111BPM (-52), with tempos within the -BPM range. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing). Recent albums by The Ventures.
Tracklist: 1. Hawaii Five-O, 2. Lovin’ Things, 3. Galveston, 4. The Letter, 5. Don’t Give In To Him, 6. Theme From A Summer Place, 7. Medley: Spooky, 8. Medley: Traces, 9. Medley: Stormy, 10. Medley: Aquarius, 11. Medley: Let The Sunshine In (The Flesh Failures), 12. Games People Play, 13. I Can Hear Music, 14. Dizzy. Don’t Give In To Him.
Album: Hawaii Five-O (1969). Charted: 4. Get the Sheet Music License This Song. songfacts ®. The Ventures recorded the instrumental theme for the long-running police procedural drama (1968-1980) about detectives Steve McGarrett (Jack Lord) and Dan Williams (James MacArthur) who worked the Hawaiian islands beat. It was composed by Morton Stevens, who started out as an arranger/conductor for Sammy Davis Jr. and became director of music for CBS on the West Coast. Aside from Hawaii Five-O, he also composed music for popular dramas like Police Woman and Gunsmoke. The series and its theme song were.