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Mel Torme - Secret Agent Man (STEREO)
 
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Columbia 1966...and now for something completely different...The Velvet Fog always as cool as it gets...can imagine this one ending up on an "Archer" soundtrack one of these days
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Mel Torme - Secret Agent Man
 
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Secret Agent Man Mel Torme
 
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For My Dads Fathers Day Present
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1st RECORDING OF: Secret Agent Man - Challengers (1965)
 
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This track was among the movie/TV themes and recent pop hits found on the L.A. surf-rock band’s album “The Man From U.N.C.L.E.” For the Johnny Rivers hit from the following year, listen here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QKNDRndc2bs The original LP track was issued on GNP Crescendo 2018 - Secret Agent Man (Steve Barri-P.F. Sloan) by The Challengers, arranged by Gene Page, produced by Richard Delvy For hundreds of other ‘originals,’ please visit the MusicProf78 channel’s fascinating playlist “FIRST RECORDING OF THE SONG…” (click here: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLTFzQlK7fWk9cuGqCM_byNMgSkKyDuRV9 ) Check out the daily music posts on my Facebook group: 1950s HITS--EVERY DAY! https://www.facebook.com/groups/824194430969202/
Views: 1526 MusicProf78
30 Secret Agent Man-Mel Torme
 
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The Sam & Dave Orchestra - Secret Agent Man (1967)
 
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Consulte también el canal "Gato Nando"(https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCFfIqlOZE0aGgpYWR9tgf2g) NOTE: No attempt to violate copyright.Copyrights belong to their original owners. video nonprofit.Musical videos posted on this channel are for entertainment purposes only.
Views: 1010 Buena Música
Mel Tormé - Dominique's Discotheque
 
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Dominque's Discotheque - Mel Tormé
Views: 1084 Baueresque
HAVANA WHISPER - Secret Agent Man (TV show pt2)
 
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As the support for HAVANA WHISPER's debut album FLAMMABLE their label PGP-RTS put out a TV show dedicated to the band. This is 2nd part and it features first music clip of the show - SECRET AGENT MAN. The song was written by Steve Barri and P. F. Sloan in the early 1960's. The most famous recording was made in 1966 by Johnny Rivers for the opening titles of the American broadcast of the British spy series Danger Man. Since then many artists covered the tune including Devo (sung by guitarist Bob Mothersbaugh), Mel Tormé, Bruce Willis, Cinecyde, Blotto, Alvin and the Chipmunks, Toasters, Agent Orange, Cirith Ungol, The Pagans, Polysics and Secret Agent (with Higashiyama Noriyuki, Nishikido Ryo, and other Johnny's Juniors) from Japan, Plugz and Psychotic Aztecs from Mexico covered it as Hombre Secreto and others. Havana Whisper's unique arrangement also features music theme from Hawaii Five-O written by Morton Stevens. Nikola Dragovic - vocals Drazen Skaric - guitar, arrangement Djordje Stijepovic - upright bass, arrangement Bojan Ivkovic - drums Vladimir Mandic - trumpet Nikola Demonja - saxophone Mihajlo Bogosavljevic - trombone
Views: 8651 atomicsunsettv
Secret Agent Man by P F Sloan & Steve Barri, Johnny Rivers version - Cover - The Vocal Chords (half)
 
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Official Site - http://www.vocalchords.ca Official Mirror - https://sites.google.com/site/vocalchordsmusic/ The Vocal Chords http://www.vocalchords.ca Visit http://www.vocalchords.ca for all of your buying options. Downloads are available on each albums’ page on our site http://www.vocalchords.ca The Vocal Chords CD's are available at Amazon http://amzn.to/2xgn2KS The Cud Chewing Cows CD's are available at Amazon http://amzn.to/2wj4IyQ The Cud Chewing Cows are also available at iTunes, Google Play, Amazon Music, Spotify and other online stores. Visit http://www.cudchewingcows.com for all of your buying options. Composers: P. F. Sloan and Steve Barri Inspired by the Johnny Rivers "Secret Agent Man" is a song written by P. F. Sloan and Steve Barri. The most famous recording of the song was made by Johnny Rivers for the opening titles of the American broadcast of the British spy series Danger Man, which aired in the U.S. as Secret Agent from 1964 to 1966. Cover versions Devo, Mel Torme, The Ventures, The Plugz, Agent Orange, Bruce Willis, The Toasters, Noriyuki Higashiyama, Ryo Nishikido, Johnny's Juniors, Cirith Ungol, Rachael MacFarlane, The Pagans, Psychotic Aztecs and others. Source: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Secret_Agent_Man_(song) “The Vocal Chords” are performing in this version. “The Vocal Chords” are emulating some of the artists we love. We hope you will enjoy the music and share it with your friends, family and Playlists! The Cud Chewing Cows are featured on these Vocal Chords recordings. Visit their site at: http://www.CudChewingCows.com Please share the video on your Twitter, and other Social Media accounts; comment here if you like and please visit our site where you can see what we are working on and more! Visit: http://www.VocalChords.ca More cool Films, Music and Designs at Space Viz: http://www.spaceviz.com Stay Tuned!
Views: 230 Vocal Chords
Johnny Rivers - Secret Agent Man  [HD]
 
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Johnny Rivers sings 'Secret Agent Man' from his 1966 Imperial album '...And I Know You Wanna Dance'. This song written by P. F. Sloan and Steve Barri was used on the CBS Show "Secret Agent" and a big hit for Rivers. Mel Tormé and the Ventures also had versions of the song in 1966. The song lyrics are below with some notes on the song. [Vinyl/37-Images/WAV] Secret Agent Man (Singer-Johnny Rivers) There's a man who leads a life of danger To everyone he meets, he stays a stranger With every move he makes Another chance he takes Odds are he won't live to see tomorrow Secret agent man, secret agent man They've given you a number And taken 'way your name Beware of pretty faces that you find A pretty face can hide an evil mind Be careful what you say Or you'll give yourself away Odds are you won't live to see tomorrow Secret agent man, secret agent man They've given you a number And taken 'way your name Secret agent man, secret agent man They've given you a number And taken 'way your name Swinging on the Riviera one day Then laying in the Bombay alley next day I know you let the wrong word slip While kissing persuasive lips The odds are you won't live to see tomorrow Secret agent man, secret agent man They've given you a number And taken 'way your name Secret agent man Songwriters: P. F. Sloan, Steve Barri © Universal Music Publishing Group [Lyrics from LyricFind] Wikipedia states: "Secret Agent Man" is a song written by P. F. Sloan and Steve Barri. The most famous recording of the song was made by Johnny Rivers for the opening titles of the American broadcast of the British spy series Danger Man, which aired in the U.S. as Secret Agent from 1964 to 1966. The song itself peaked at No. 3 on the Billboard Hot 100. Rivers' original recording was merely the show theme, with one verse and one chorus. Later, after the song gained in popularity, Rivers recorded it live, with two more verses, and the chorus repeated twice more. The live version was recorded in 1966 at the Whisky a Go Go, but not released until after a few studio production touchups were done by Adler shortly after. The song evokes secret agents both musically (making use of a memorable guitar riff) and through its lyrics (which describe the dangerous life of a secret agent). The lyric; "they've given you a number and taken away your name" referred to the numerical code names given to secret agents, as in "007" for James Bond, although it also acts as the (unintentional) setup to the "continuation" of Danger Man, the cult classic The Prisoner.
Views: 447 Gary Larson
El Ray - Secret Agent Man (Johnny Rivers Cover)
 
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Buy the album here: http://elray.bandcamp.com/album/shoot-from-the-hip From '' Shoot From The Hip '' Label: Alter -- 1702-2 Released: 2002 Tracklist 01. Spacecar 2001 02. The Plan 03. Secret Agent Man 04. Primex 05. Circus Monkey 06. The Agent Vs The Mexican 07. Tornado 08. The Spider 09. Stalkin' The Stalker 10. Casbah 11. Sniper Driver 12. The Cashier 13. Poseidon El Fuerte - drums, El Doc'torro - bass, El Firetone - guitar, El Twang - guitar. ------------------------ "Secret Agent Man" is a song written by Steve Barri and P. F. Sloan. The most famous recording of the song was made by Johnny Rivers for the opening titles of the American broadcast of the British spy series Danger Man, which aired in the U.S. as "Secret Agent" from 1964 to 1966. Cover versions Mel Tormé had a minor contemporary hit with a cover in 1966. In 1974, the song was recorded by Devo and again in 1979 on the Duty Now for the Future album with a jerky, heavily modified arrangement and significantly altered lyrics (sung by guitarist Bob Mothersbaugh). The song was a favorite of Devo fans, entering the setlist in 1977 and remaining until 1980 (and returned to the band's setlist in 2006). This Devo cover was in turn covered by the Japanese band Polysics in the 2000s. A Spanish version, "Hombre Secreto", recorded by The Plugz, features on the soundtrack to the film Repo Man. "Secret Agent Man" was also covered by Bruce Willis on his album The Return of Bruno. The original Johnny Rivers version of the song was used in the film Austin Powers: International Man of Mystery as a nod to Danger Man. In 1978, Detroit MI-area punk-styled band Cinecyde recorded an aggressive but authentic cover version for their Black Vinyl Threat EP on Tremor Records, a recording later collected on their CD You Live A Lie You're Gonna Die. The band Blotto recorded a live version of the song in the mid-1980s, which was eventually released on their Then More Than Ever album in 1999. Alvin and the Chipmunks covered the song for the episode "The Chipmunk Who Bugged Me" from their TV series. The song was illegally used as the ending credits song on a NES pirate game in 1991. In 1995, this song was played by Blues Traveler in Ace Ventura: When Nature Calls, in a version which was faster than the original. In 2000, an updated version, recorded by Supreme Beings of Leisure, was used for the opening credits of the UPN series Secret Agent Man. This led to some media coverage erroneously calling the series a remake of Danger Man/Secret Agent. This is one of the few songs that has been used for the opening credits of more than one unrelated series. Performance artist Laurie Anderson quoted the opening lines of the song in the title track of her 1982 album Big Science. In fact, she misquoted them, altering 'There's a man...' to 'Here's a man...' and 'To everyone he meets he stays a stranger' to 'Everywhere he goes he stays a stranger'. The 1987 Exidy game "CrackShot" features the original version's opening riff (actual digitized sound) as background music for the "Police Alley" minigames. This song was also covered by The Toasters and included on the 1996 album Hard Band for Dead. The theme song to the cartoon Teen Titans, performed by Puffy AmiYumi, features the melody of "Secret Agent Man" -- minus the chorus—with different lyrics appropriate to the Teen Titans. The song was played at the end of Bowfinger, in the film-within-a-film where Bobby Bowfinger (Steve Martin) plays a secret agent/action hero much like John Drake or James Bond, with Jiff Ramsey (Eddie Murphy) playing his partner. When they are attacked by a group of ninjas, the songs segues into a cover version of "Kung Fu Fighting". In 2000, the song was featured on the soundtrack to the film The Adventures of Rocky and Bullwinkle. A new edition of the sheet music for the song featured a cover showing the characters from the film. The soundtrack for the film was composed by Mark Mothersbaugh of Devo, which famously covered the song. It has also been covered by surf punk pioneers, Agent Orange in 1984 on the When You Least Expect It EP. Heavy metal band Cirith Ungol covered the song on their Servants of Chaos compilation. The Pagans, a punk band from Cleveland, covered the song live and it appears as the B-side of the "Dead End America" 7" as well as on the "Live Road Kill" compilation. The theme song for TUFF Puppy and Special Agent Oso are parodies version of this song. The song has been adapted by Walmart for use in a previous TV commercial with the lyrics changed to "He's the rollback man." In Phineas and Ferb, Perry the Platypus has his own version of this song. On February 23, 2000, a Japanese cover by Secret Agent (including members such as Higashiyama Noriyuki, Nishikido Ryo, and other Johnny's Juniors) was released. Mexican band Psychotic Aztecs recorded a Spanish cover as "Agente Secreto" on their album Santa Sangre. The song itself peaked at #3 on the Billboard Hot 100.
Views: 27566 CoverHeaven
Bluekilla - Secret Agent Man
 
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Secret Agent Man by Bluekilla from the album Ska Is Our Business Released 2008-05-16 on Pork Pie Download on iTunes: https://geo.itunes.apple.com/album/id277902602?uo=6&app=itunes&at=10ldAw&ct=YTAT718750563422 Download on Google Play: https://play.google.com/store/search?q=Bluekilla+Ska+Is+Our+Business&c=music&PAffiliateID=100l3VM Following the 2 albums, various contributions to compilations and countless mega concerts, Bluekilla can surely be regarded as one of the most important German ska bands. SKA IS OUR BUSINESS, the title of the new album is well chosen, as these lads from Munich certainly master their handicraft. Every track emphasises that they know what style means. No matter whether 2-Tone, rocksteady or skinhead reggae, this band skilfully blends the original ingredients with a unique, distinct sound of their own. © Vielklang 1999 ℗
Views: 227 finetunes Reggae
David Hasselhof - Secret Agent Man
 
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Another memorable addition to The Hof's body of work. The man's a legend
Views: 41914 Robin Parker
Secret Agent Man (2000): Where Are They Now?
 
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find out what ever happen to the 2000 TV show, Secret Agent Man.
Views: 671 I have bad grammar
MONTEPULCIANO - SECRET AGENT MAN
 
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http://thezuzuclub.blogspot.com/
Views: 1173 Vasilis Karanikas
P F Sloan - Danger Man - Secret Agent Man
 
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The TV program was called Danger Man in England but the American TV Network wanted a new theme and here is the demo version
Views: 1798 haulofrecords
Secret Agent Man
 
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Views: 520 Franstine Lastson
BLUE CATS - Secret Agent Man
 
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Best Dawn Yet
Views: 878 Hankabillyculttv
04 Secret Agent Man.wmv
 
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Views: 41 sofoklis32
Pre Monty Python: Secret Agent Man
 
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From "At Last the 1948 Show" Coincidently John Cleese would eventually become "Q" in the James Bond movies.
Views: 23845 Kenny Teeology
Science Fiction - Secret Agent Man (Johnny Rivers Cover)
 
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From '' Secret Agent Man / Breathless '' Label: no label / self released Format: Vinyl, 7'' Released: 1981 Tracklist A Secret Agent Man B Breathless ------------------------ "Secret Agent Man" is a song written by Steve Barri and P. F. Sloan. The most famous recording of the song was made by Johnny Rivers for the opening titles of the American broadcast of the British spy series Danger Man, which aired in the U.S. as "Secret Agent" from 1964 to 1966. Cover versions Mel Tormé had a minor contemporary hit with a cover in 1966. In 1974, the song was recorded by Devo and again in 1979 on the Duty Now for the Future album with a jerky, heavily modified arrangement and significantly altered lyrics (sung by guitarist Bob Mothersbaugh). The song was a favorite of Devo fans, entering the setlist in 1977 and remaining until 1980 (and returned to the band's setlist in 2006). This Devo cover was in turn covered by the Japanese band Polysics in the 2000s. A Spanish version, "Hombre Secreto", recorded by The Plugz, features on the soundtrack to the film Repo Man. "Secret Agent Man" was also covered by Bruce Willis on his album The Return of Bruno. The original Johnny Rivers version of the song was used in the film Austin Powers: International Man of Mystery as a nod to Danger Man. In 1978, Detroit MI-area punk-styled band Cinecyde recorded an aggressive but authentic cover version for their Black Vinyl Threat EP on Tremor Records, a recording later collected on their CD You Live A Lie You're Gonna Die. The band Blotto recorded a live version of the song in the mid-1980s, which was eventually released on their Then More Than Ever album in 1999. Alvin and the Chipmunks covered the song for the episode "The Chipmunk Who Bugged Me" from their TV series. The song was illegally used as the ending credits song on a NES pirate game in 1991. In 1995, this song was played by Blues Traveler in Ace Ventura: When Nature Calls, in a version which was faster than the original. In 2000, an updated version, recorded by Supreme Beings of Leisure, was used for the opening credits of the UPN series Secret Agent Man. This led to some media coverage erroneously calling the series a remake of Danger Man/Secret Agent. This is one of the few songs that has been used for the opening credits of more than one unrelated series. Performance artist Laurie Anderson quoted the opening lines of the song in the title track of her 1982 album Big Science. In fact, she misquoted them, altering 'There's a man...' to 'Here's a man...' and 'To everyone he meets he stays a stranger' to 'Everywhere he goes he stays a stranger'. The 1987 Exidy game "CrackShot" features the original version's opening riff (actual digitized sound) as background music for the "Police Alley" minigames. This song was also covered by The Toasters and included on the 1996 album Hard Band for Dead. The theme song to the cartoon Teen Titans, performed by Puffy AmiYumi, features the melody of "Secret Agent Man" -- minus the chorus—with different lyrics appropriate to the Teen Titans. The song was played at the end of Bowfinger, in the film-within-a-film where Bobby Bowfinger (Steve Martin) plays a secret agent/action hero much like John Drake or James Bond, with Jiff Ramsey (Eddie Murphy) playing his partner. When they are attacked by a group of ninjas, the songs segues into a cover version of "Kung Fu Fighting". In 2000, the song was featured on the soundtrack to the film The Adventures of Rocky and Bullwinkle. A new edition of the sheet music for the song featured a cover showing the characters from the film. The soundtrack for the film was composed by Mark Mothersbaugh of Devo, which famously covered the song. It has also been covered by surf punk pioneers, Agent Orange in 1984 on the When You Least Expect It EP. Heavy metal band Cirith Ungol covered the song on their Servants of Chaos compilation. The Pagans, a punk band from Cleveland, covered the song live and it appears as the B-side of the "Dead End America" 7" as well as on the "Live Road Kill" compilation. The theme song for TUFF Puppy and Special Agent Oso are parodies version of this song. The song has been adapted by Walmart for use in a previous TV commercial with the lyrics changed to "He's the rollback man." In Phineas and Ferb, Perry the Platypus has his own version of this song. On February 23, 2000, a Japanese cover by Secret Agent (including members such as Higashiyama Noriyuki, Nishikido Ryo, and other Johnny's Juniors) was released. Mexican band Psychotic Aztecs recorded a Spanish cover as "Agente Secreto" on their album Santa Sangre. The song itself peaked at #3 on the Billboard Hot 100.
Views: 4175 CoverHeaven
Old Chevy - 007 theme / Secret Agent Man (cover)
 
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Show da banda Old Chevy New York Pub - Poços de Caldas/MG 02/08/2014 www.newyorkpub.com.br www.facebook.com/NewYorkPub1997
Views: 5777 New York Pub
Alien Fucker - Secret Agent Man (  P. F. Sloan and Steve Barri COVER )
 
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Secret Agent Man Instrumental Johnny Rivers cover by Alien Fucker Artwork and the cover song : Alien Fucker © 2014 original song : Johnny Rivers © facebook band page : https://www.facebook.com/pages/Alien-Fucker/209732572555907
Views: 6460 Alien Fucker
SECRET AGENT MAN - The Man from U.N.C.L.E. x Kingsman: The Golden Circle
 
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Шпионы как смысл жизни) *** Фильмы: Агенты А.Н.К.Л. (2015), Кингсман: Золотое кольцо (2017). Музыка: Secret Agent Man - Mel Torme.
Views: 21 Fairy Xavier
The Tin Cans - Secret Agent Man
 
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The Tin Cans - Secret Agent Man - The Tin Cans are a Rockabilly Trio from Germany. This track is from their third album " Listen up!" "Secret Agent Man" is a song written by Steve Barri and P. F. Sloan. The most famous recording of the song was made by Johnny Rivers for the opening titles of the American broadcast of the British spy series Danger Man, which aired in the US as Secret Agent from 1964 to 1966. The song itself peaked at #3 on the Billboard Hot 100. There is another nice Rockabilly cover of this song by the Swedish band "The Go Getters"
Views: 12800 batmobilly01
LipSync - Secret Agent Man - Bruce Willis - 1/22/1988
 
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I found these videos of high school drama kids doing lipsyncs on a Beta tape that came with a betamax player I bought on eBay. Other tapes in the collection were TV broadcasts in Seattle ... so these might be from the same area? If you know these people, send them the link.
Views: 3624 Joe Lippeatt
Sandy Nelson - Secret Agent Man.
 
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For ((STEREO)) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eh4SlvHzemY&fmt=18 Sandy Nelson was the biggest — and one of the few — star drummers in the late 1950s and early 1960s era in which instrumental rock was at its peak.
Views: 33845 stevits51
Bone Thugs - Secret Agent Man
 
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I love the "Body Rott" choruses.
Views: 903 Tha Bone Zone
Secret Agent Man---Cirith Ungol
 
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The Godfathers of Doom having fun.
Views: 709 Hisdroogness
Secret Agent Man (cover)
 
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My cover of Johnny Rivers' "Secret Agent Man" with lyrics. Enjoy!
Views: 1737 FASChrisCaze
Mel Tormé - Midnight Swinger
 
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Track 18 from Ultra-Lounge, Vol.15: Wild, Cool & Swingin' Too!
Views: 7026 LittleMissLounge
Secret Agent Man
 
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Some of my favorite secret agents, to “Secret Agent Man” by Johnny Rivers. "Secret Agent Man" is a song written by P. F. Sloan and Steve Barri. The most famous recording of the song was made by Johnny Rivers for the opening titles of the American broadcast of the British spy series Danger Man, which aired in the U.S. as Secret Agent from 1964 to 1966. The song itself peaked at No. 3 on the Billboard Hot 100. According to composer P.F. Sloan, the American television network that licensed Danger Man, CBS, solicited publishers to contribute a 15-second piece of music for the opening of the U.S. show to replace the British theme, an instrumental titled "High Wire". Sloan wrote the guitar lick and the first few lines of the song, with Barri (Sloan's songwriting partner) contributing to the chorus. This fragment was recorded as a demo by Sloan and Barri, submitted to CBS, and, to Sloan's surprise, picked as the show theme, which led to Sloan and Barri writing a full-length version of the song. The original demo of the song used the "Danger Man" title, as shown by the surviving demo of the song, which Sloan sang. When the show's title was changed, the lyrics were also changed. Ultimately, "High Wire" was also retained by CBS, as it played over the episode credits following the "Secret Agent" titles. Sloan and Barri's publisher/producer, Lou Adler, also produced and managed Johnny Rivers, so Rivers was chosen to add the vocals for the TV show. Rivers' original recording was merely the show theme, with one verse and one chorus. Later, after the song gained in popularity, Rivers recorded it live, with two more verses, and the chorus repeated twice more. The live version was recorded in 1966 at the Whisky a Go Go, but not released until after a few studio production touchups were done by Adler shortly after. The song evokes secret agents both musically (making use of a memorable guitar riff) and through its lyrics (which describe the dangerous life of a secret agent). The lyric "They've given you a number and taken away your name" referred to the numerical code names given to secret agents, as in "007" for James Bond, although it also acts as the setup to the "continuation" of Danger Man, the cult classic The Prisoner. In 1974, the song was recorded by Devo and again in 1979 on the Duty Now for the Future album with a jerky, heavily modified arrangement and significantly altered lyrics (sung by guitarist Bob Mothersbaugh). The 1974 recording was featured as a music video in Devo's independent short film, In The Beginning Was The End: The Truth About De-Evolution. Mel Tormé had a minor contemporary hit with a cover in 1966, the same year Rivers released the song. Also in 1966, the Ventures had a hit (#54) with an instrumental version taken from their 1966 album, Go with the Ventures. In 1978, Detroit-area punk-styled band Cinecyde recorded an aggressive but authentic cover version for their Black Vinyl Threat EP on Tremor Records, a recording later collected on their CD You Live a Lie You're Gonna Die.
Views: 15124 Kew Gardens Station
Bluekilla - Secret Agent Man
 
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from their demo tape, later re-released on Ska is Our Business
Views: 842 none of the nones
Mel Torme - Red Rubber Ball
 
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Mel rocks out from his 1966 album "Right Now!".
Views: 9629 13jalopy
Secret Agent Man by P F Sloan & Steve Barri, Johnny Rivers version - Cover - The Vocal Chords (half)
 
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Official Site - http://www.vocalchords.ca Official Mirror - https://sites.google.com/site/vocalchordsmusic/ The Vocal Chords http://www.vocalchords.ca Visit http://www.vocalchords.ca for all of your buying options. Downloads are available on each albums’ page on our site http://www.vocalchords.ca The Vocal Chords CD's are available at Amazon http://amzn.to/2xgn2KS The Cud Chewing Cows CD's are available at Amazon http://amzn.to/2wj4IyQ The Cud Chewing Cows are also available at iTunes, Google Play, Amazon Music, Spotify and other online stores. Visit http://www.cudchewingcows.com for all of your buying options. Composers: P. F. Sloan and Steve Barri Inspired by the Johnny Rivers "Secret Agent Man" is a song written by P. F. Sloan and Steve Barri. The most famous recording of the song was made by Johnny Rivers for the opening titles of the American broadcast of the British spy series Danger Man, which aired in the U.S. as Secret Agent from 1964 to 1966. Cover versions Devo, Mel Torme, The Ventures, The Plugz, Agent Orange, Bruce Willis, The Toasters, Noriyuki Higashiyama, Ryo Nishikido, Johnny's Juniors, Cirith Ungol, Rachael MacFarlane, The Pagans, Psychotic Aztecs and others. Source: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Secret_Agent_Man_(song) “The Vocal Chords” are performing in this version. “The Vocal Chords” are emulating some of the artists we love. We hope you will enjoy the music and share it with your friends, family and Playlists! The Cud Chewing Cows are featured on these Vocal Chords recordings. Visit their site at: http://www.CudChewingCows.com Please share the video on your Twitter, and other Social Media accounts; comment here if you like and please visit our site where you can see what we are working on and more! Visit: http://www.VocalChords.ca More cool Films, Music and Designs at Space Viz: http://www.spaceviz.com Stay Tuned!
Views: 258 Vocal Chords
Secret Agent Man - Invisible Inc. Gameplay 1
 
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Now you see me, now you don't! Subscribe to the channel! - http://bit.ly/MichaelKingSub Check out my livestreams on Twitch! - https://www.twitch.tv/michaelkingtv Follow me on Twitter for updates! - https://twitter.com/MichaelKingGame Check out and like my Facebook page! - https://www.facebook.com/MichaelKingGaming/ Don't forget to like and comment what you'd like to see! Check out Invisible Inc. on Steam! - https://store.steampowered.com/app/243970/Invisible_Inc/ Music provided by NoCopyrightSounds and Youtube Audio Library Outro Track: Different Heaven - Nekozilla [NCS Release] Watch: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6FNHe3kf8_s Free Download / Stream: http://ncs.io/nekozilla #gaming #invisibleinc
Views: 2106 Michael King Games
Secret Agent Man (Cover) Bucket List
 
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Special thanks to Collen Rintoul Photography for all the great Band photos. Originally recorded by Johnny Rivers for the hit Television show entitled Secret Agent Man and starring Patrick McGoohan. From 1960 - 1962 the show was called "Danger Man" then it ran again from 1964 - 1968 where, in the U.S. it was entitled "Secret Agent Man". You'll probably notice our "Bondian" interpretation of this great tune.... Please enjoy!
Views: 255 John Staley
Mel Tormé - Sunshine Superman
 
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Track 02 from Ultra-Lounge: Rock 'n' Roll Hits On The Rocks, Part 1.
Views: 61235 LittleMissLounge
Cruis O Matic Secret Agent Man
 
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Cruis-O-Matic, Live at the Variety Playhouse September 12, 2009, Members: Edward Tanner, Bob Cunningham, Greg Crawford, Steve Bryant
Views: 730 Cruis-O-Matic Bongo
Devo- Secret Agent Man (Video Version)
 
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Uploaded with https://www.tunestotube.com/ Picture is from the film. -Video Upload powered by https://www.TunesToTube.com
Views: 397 KidFlersh
Secret Agent Man cover Howard Teschner
 
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Johnny Rivers Secret Agent Man cover Howard Teschner
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Secret Agent Man
 
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A project by me and a friend to create a short movie inspired from American detective shows during the 70s. I made graphics, filmed and co-writer for the script. However, after the production was done we realized the story was WEAK, and way to hard to follow. But hey, we had a crazy amount of fun!
Views: 482 Mikael Cedergren