Question: When did The Dating Game stop using the opening theme?

The song, along with some of the shows other cues, was featured on the 1973 album Themes from TV Game Shows, produced by Chuck Barris. The show continued to use the 1966 opening theme until 1974; during the 1978-80 version, the show used a rearranged version of it.

What was the theme from the dating game?

Spanish Flea Spanish Flea featured Alperts trumpet over a Latin rhythm backing. In the United States, the song is closely associated with the long-running game show The Dating Game, for which it served as the Bachelors Theme.

Who wrote the theme to the dating game?

Herb Alpert The Dating Game/Music composed by

When did match game end?

1982 The CBS series, referred to on-air as Match Game 73 to start and updated every new year, ran until 1979 on CBS, at which point it moved to first-run syndication (without the year attached to the title, as Match Game) and ran for three more seasons, ending in 1982.

Who did a taste of honey?

Both the original and a later recording by Herb Alpert in 1965 earned the song four Grammy Awards .A Taste of Honey (song)A Taste of HoneyLabelA&MSongwriter(s)Bobby Scott, Ric MarlowProducer(s)Herb Alpert, Jerry MossHerb Alperts Tijuana Brass singles chronology10 more rows

What show used A Taste of Honey?

Barbra Streisand performed the song as part of her cabaret act during 1962, and recorded it in January 1963 for her debut album The Barbra Streisand Album on Columbia, which won a Grammy for Album of the Year (1963).

What year did A Taste of Honey come out?

1965 A Taste of Honey/Released

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