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M.B.4. - Ewok Celebration & Star Wars Album


Tracklist


1Ewok Celebration & Star Wars
Written-By – B. Burtt, John Williams
3:53
2Do, Do, Phone Me
Written-By – C. Conti, M. Boncaldo
4:00

Versions


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
06 1186417M.B.4. Ewok Celebration & Star Wars ‎(7")EMI06 1186417Italy1983
06 1186417M.B.4. Ewok Celebration & Star Wars ‎(12")EMI06 1186417Italy1983
ART 1022M.B.4. Ewok Celebration & Star Wars ‎(12")Il Discotto ProductionsART 1022Italy1983
POP-616Mario Boncaldo Celebracion Ewok ‎(12", Single)EMIPOP-616Mexico1984
1A K052-1186426M.B.4. Ewok Celebration & Star Wars ‎(12")EMI1A K052-1186426Netherlands1983

Credits


  • ProducerM. Marati, M. Boncaldo

Barcodes


  • Rights Society: STEMRA

Companies


  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – EMI ITALIANA S.p.A.

Info


Star Wars: Return Of The Jedi The Complete Score John Williams 2008 N23: Ewok Celebration 1983. Ewok Celebration and Starwars - . Star Wars A New Hope Watch Party Star Wars Theory 737 зрителей. Ewok Celebration. Meco - Ewok Celebration 1983. To favorites 2 Download album. Listen album. Electronic Synthpop. Meco - Themes From Star Wars. Meco - Nights Are Forever Twilight Zone The Movie. Star Wars: Never Forget, 'Ewok Celebration' Was An Inescapable Radio Hit. In 1983, Ewok Celebration could be heard at the end of Star Wars: Return of the Jedi - AND on your radio complete with rap interlude. by Dustin Pinney. Dec 25, 2019. After destroying the second Death Star in 1983's Star Wars: Return of the Jedi, key members of the Rebel Alliance joined with their newfound furry allies on Endor's Forest Moon to rejoice in the fall of the Galactic Empire. There was laughter, fireworks and an undeniably catchy song, known or Yub Nub, or Ewok Celebration. released it on the single Ewok Celebration & Star Wars in 1983. It was covered by The Trotter Trio, , Meco, The New World Orchestra and other Ewok Celebration, commonly known as Yub Nub, is the title of a 1983 song featured in Star Wars: Episode VI Return of the Jedi. It was published by Bantha Music and is administered by Warner-Tamerlane Publishing Corporation. The song appears in the final scene of the film during the celebration in the Ewok village. The Star Wars Celebration is a fan gathering to celebrate the Star Wars franchise. It began in 1999, when Lucasfilm held the Star Wars Celebration in Denver, Colorado to celebrate the upcoming release of Star Wars: Episode I The Phantom Menace. Subsequent events have taken place to welcome forthcoming movies, as well as honoring the 30th and 40th anniversaries of the release of the original film. There seems to be a problem serving the request at this time. It looks like an official Star Wars release, but this album was a four track flight through the soundtrack of Empire overseen by funkmeister Boris Midney. Bongos, violins, drums, bountiful amounts of high hat, horns, funky bass - its all here, designed to get you stepping out onto the dance floor and doing the robot. It runs through the theme from 2001, four Star Wars tracks two from Empire, two from Star Wars, and another John Williams compositions in the form of Close Encounters. Ewok Celebration Club Version Ewok Celebration Dub Version. Return Of The Jedi by Charles Gerhardt and the National Philharmonic Orchestra

Video


M.B.4. - Ewok Celebration & Star Wars Album
Performer: M.B.4.
Genre: Electronic
Title: Ewok Celebration & Star Wars
Country: Netherlands
Released: 1983
Style: Italo-Disco
MP3 album: 2542 mb
FLAC album: 2848 mb
Rating: 4.1
Votes: 999
Source: Vinyl, 7", 45 RPM, Single
№ Cat: 1A 006-1186417
Label: EMI