Marketts, The

Marketts

Also known as Mar-Kets, The, Mar-Ketts, The, Mar-Keys, The, Mark-Kets, The, Markets, The, Markettes, The, Marketts, New Marketts, The
Members of Marketts, The: Gene Pello, Ray Pohlman
This performer (group) in the Internet: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Michael_Z._Gordon, http://www.imdb.com/name/nm2144366/, http://www.imdb.com/name/nm1140093/, http://www.tvrage.com/person/id-106136/Michael+Z.+Gordon, http://youtu.be/6crLr6t0S0w, http://www.ovguide.com/michael-z.-gordon-9202a8c04000641f8000000000ee4289#

Discography of Marketts, The:

# Release title Total tracks Type of release is Imprint date Label
1 Woody Wagon / Cobra 2 Audio 1975 Warner Bros. Records
2 Out Of Limits 12 Audio 1964 Warner Bros. Records
3 Out Of Limits / Batman Theme 2 Audio 1968 Warner Bros. Records
4 The Surfing Scene 12 Audio 1975 EMI Music Belgium
5 The Batman Theme Played By The Marketts 12 Audio 2005 Collectables
6 Surfer's Stomp / Start 2 Audio 1962 Liberty
7 Mary Hartman, Mary Hartman (You Have Never Been In Love) / Piñada 2 Audio 1977 Calliope (3)
8 Theme From M*A*S*H 2 Audio 1978 Satril
9 The Batman Theme Played By The Marketts 12 Audio Not On Label
10 Song From M*A*S*H / The Whustle 2 Audio 1976 Farr
11 Song From M*A*S*H 2 Audio 1976 Seminole
12 The Surfing Scene 12 Audio 1963 Liberty
13 Stirrin' Up Some Soul 2 Audio 1967 Warner Bros. Records
14 Surfin' With... 13 Audio 2001 Get Back
15 Theme From M*A*S*H 2 Audio 1978 Satril
16 Song From M*A*S*H 2 Audio 1976 Farr
17 Theme From M.A.S.H. 2 Audio 1978 Jupiter Records
18 Balboa Blue / Surfer's Stomp 2 Audio Liberty
19 Sun Power 12 Audio 1967
20 Surfer's Stomp / Start 2 Audio 1962 Liberty
21 Out Of Limits / Bella Dalena 2 Audio 1963 Warner Bros. Records
22 The Surfing Scene 12 Audio 1975 Liberty
23 Out Of Limits 2 Audio 1963 Warner Bros. Records
24 Surfing With The Beach Boys 13 Audio 1977 Gateway Records
25 Surfer's Stomp 4 Audio 1963 Liberty
26 Theme From M.A.S.H. / The Whistle 2 Audio 1978 Satril
27 Mary Hartman, Mary Hartman (You Have Never Been In Love) / Piñada 2 Audio 1977 Festival (8)
28 Batman Theme / Richie's Theme 2 Audio 1966 Warner Bros. Records
29 A Touch Of Velvet - A Sting Of Brass / Theme From "The Avengers" 2 Audio 1966 Warner Bros. Records
30 Mary Hartman, Mary Hartman 2 Audio 1977 Calliope (3)
31 Balboa Blue / Stompede 2 Audio 1962 Liberty
32 Balboa Blue / Stompede 2 Audio 1962 Liberty
33 Surfing With The Beach Boys, Marketts And Frogmen 13 Audio 1981 Cinevox
34 Out Of Limits / Bella Dalena 2 Audio Warner Bros. Records
35 Out Of Limits 2 Audio Warner Bros. Records
36 Vanishing Point / Borealis 2 Audio 1964-02-00 Warner Bros. Records
37 Surfin' 13 Audio 2001 Get Back
38 Surfer's Stomp / Start 2 Audio 1962 Liberty
39 Tarzan (Tarzan's March) 2 Audio 1967 Warner Bros. Records
40 Vanishing Point / Borealis 2 Audio 1964 Warner Bros. Records
41 City Nights 2 Audio 1977 Calliope (3)
42 Out Of Limits / Bella Dalena 2 Audio Warner Bros. Records
43 Balboa Blue / Stompede 2 Audio Union Records (8)
44 The Surfing Scene 12 Audio 1981 Liberty
45 Outer Limits / Bella Dalena 2 Audio 1963 Warner Bros. Records
46 California Summer / Groovin' Time 2 Audio 1968 World Pacific
47 Balboa Blue / Stompede 2 Audio 1962 Liberty
48 Beach Bum 2 Audio 1962 Arvee
49 Take To Wheels 12 Audio 2010 Tartare
50 Out Of Limits 12 Audio 1964 Warner Bros. Records


American instrumental pop group, formed in Hollywood, California. They are best known for their 1963 million seller, "Out of Limits" which was composed by their founder, [a=Michael Z. Gordon].

Gordon formed his first rock band, the Marketts in 1961.[5] Recognizing the start of a new musical “surfing craze,” Gordon wrote and co-produced the band’s first hit song, “Surfer’s Stomp,” shortly after the group was formed. In 1963 the band signed with co-producer [a=Joe Saraceno] under the Warner Bros. label.[6]

Gordon wrote the Markett's first release on the Warner Bros. label, “Outer Limits” (later changed to “Out of Limits” for legal reasons[7]). The song sold over a million copies, topped the charts on stations nationwide[8], and earned Gordon a BMI award.[9] “Out of Limits” is a popular choice for TV and film soundtracks; it can be heard in Pulp Fiction (1994), Slayground (1983)[10], The Outsiders (1983) and Mafioso: The Father, the Son, (2004).[11] The Marketts’ music is also credited on "Saturday Night Live," The Name of the Game is Kill (1968)[12], A Killing on Brighton Beach (2009)[13], and Dirty Little Trick (2011)[14], among others.[15]


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