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9 thoughts on “ Máh Ná Máh Ná - Sweden, Heaven & Hell - Máh-Ná-Máh-Ná / You Tried To Warn Me (Vinyl) ”

  1. 38 Special - Strength In Numbers: Somebody Like You, Like No Other Night, Last Time, Once iN A Lifetime, Just A Little Love, Has There Ever Been A Go>.
  2. One of the greatest soundtracks ever from the mighty Piero Umiliani – and a record that's probably best known for the worldwide hit "Mah Na Mah Na" – later made famous by Sesame Street, The Dave Pell Singers, and many others! The whole thing's wonderful, though – a sublime mix of erotic elements, playful funky numbers, and warm jazzy tunes – all supposedly.
  3. Oct 05,  · A muppet song performed by the infamously hobo-esque Mahna Mahna, that has been re-created with no Snowths (those were the weird, pink, cow-like singers in the original Mahna Mahna sketch), and instead with two muppet-females with rather long hair. What many people don't actually know is that the song is apparently taken from a Swiss porno, which leaves many to wonder, just what .
  4. Shop 57 records for sale for album Mah na mah na by Piero Umiliani on CDandLP in Vinyl and CD format.
  5. Mah-ná-mah-ná / You Tried to Warn Me [from "Sweden Heaven and Hell"], a Single by Piero Umiliani. Released in on CBS (catalog no. ; Vinyl 7").3/5(1).
  6. Aug 29,  · Published on Aug 29, Fun novelty from this Italian composer of films scores such as spaghetti westerns and soft sex films. Originally released in and later used in the film Sweden, Heaven.
  7. from the "SWEDEN HEAVEN AND HELL" Italian mondo movie directed by Luigi Scattini. This is the VERY RARE British first press inside birth-sleeve. An iconic theme adopted so .
  8. The BIG three for me are Piero Piccioni, Piero Umiliani and Ennio Morricone. I just got my paws on a copy of Morricone's album Musica Sul Velluto (lovely little Charidee Shoppe find in Dalkeith!) which is about as far from Spaghetti Westerns as you can imagine, wordless vocal flights, jazz guitars, lush orchestration, sparse piano pieces.
  9. Piero Umiliani (born July 17, in Florence, Italy –- died February 14, in Rome) was an Italian film music composer, most famous for his song Mah Nà Mah Nà –- originally used for the Swedish mondo documentary Svezia, Inferno e Paradiso ("Sweden, Heaven or Hell"), in it became world-famous when performed on The Muppet Show. It is also a trademark song of the Benny Hill show.

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