Thursday, July 1, 2010

3 songs from Country Time Lemonade commercials (c.1993)












preview Golden Smiles by Robert Bowker here

zipped files here

13 comments:

Coleen Sanders said...

THANK YOU FOR THESE SONGS!!!! They are hard to find and I always loved the songs from their commercials. Amazing.

Anonymous said...

thank you

Anonymous said...

YES!!!! Thank you sooo much for these, especially Bill Eaton's "Memories". So soothing and easy feeling. I've loved that song a long time.

Anonymous said...

Oh thank you so much for these songs! I'm 54 and wanted to hear these songs once again.
Pam S

Unknown said...

Thanks so much. It's funny to see how many people love these songs as much as I do. I've been thinking about "I Keep Your Picture" forever and am grateful to have found it thanks to you. Muah!

Anonymous said...

Amazing!!! Thank you so much for your post!!

lindajbeck said...

I've been trying to find the Eaton song for years! Thank you!

Anonymous said...

I sent away for the country time lemonade tape many years ago and never received the cassette. Thank you so much for sharing these songs it brings back such sweet memories for me.
Ann

Anonymous said...

Hard to convey how much I appreciate you posting these. You've ended what amounts to years of searching. Thank you!

dotsyjmaher said...

Thank you so much like the others I've been searching for years for the Bill Eaton song

Dotsy

Anonymous said...

Wow! Thank you very much! Been looking for that Bill Eaton countrytime lemonade song off and on for like 8 yrs.

Anonymous said...

Thank you. I've loved these songs since the Country Time ads started. Started saving the can labels to get the cassette from the company and by the time I had them saved, the offer expired. Bummed till just now.

Anonymous said...

Thank you so much for posting these songs. They really are amazing. The Robert Bowker "Golden Smiles" reminds a lot of the "One more kiss dear song" from the original Blade Runner soundtrack. That version was recorded by the New American orchestra. I wonder if that was Mr. Bowker too? In any case, thanks again for the great nostalgia.