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Topic: Striptease Music
Message: Posted by: Lou Hilario (Nov 20, 2008 04:10PM)
Can anyone please provide titles for some strip tease music? Preferably instrumental. Thanks!
Message: Posted by: x-treem (Nov 20, 2008 04:28PM)
Rhapsody in Blue

The Stripper by David Rose Orchestra (one of the best known ones)
Message: Posted by: Lyndel (Nov 20, 2008 05:23PM)
Girls, Girls, Girls...

I'm sure there's a Karaoke version...

Message: Posted by: sethb (Nov 20, 2008 06:07PM)
Lou, take a look at [url=http://www.amazon.com/Take-Off-Strip-Tease-Classics/dp/B0000033ZA/ref=sr_1_4?ie=UTF8&s=music&qid=1227225635&sr=1-4]this CD[/url], [url=http://www.amazon.com/Tease-Beat-Burlesque-Various-Artists/dp/B00096S3TA/ref=cm_lmf_tit_6_rsrsrs0]this CD[/url], and also [url=http://www.amazon.com/Revue-Music-Orleans-Burlesque-Shows/dp/B000079455/ref=pd_sim_m_3]this CD[/url], I think you will find what you need here.

I'm sure this music will be perfect for your Linking Rings routine. :) SETH
Message: Posted by: jlevey (Nov 20, 2008 06:57PM)
Yes, e-xtreem. Good call!

David Rose's classic, "The Stripper" was used as the background music to the Noxema comeerciasl whcih ran form the mid 60's into (I bleieve) the early 70's. The commercial featured port stars such as Carl Yestremski and Joe Namaath. As the sports personality started to shave with a hand razor, over his shaving cremed face, a blonde "bombshell" was shown and heard to say, "Take it off, Take it off, Take it all off...with Noxema".

Here's a link to one of the many such commercials. The music is there, however, I do not beleive that the guy shaving is a known persona. I am sure you can google Joe Namath Noxema commercial and find the ones I am talking about.


Good luck!

Message: Posted by: Stanyon (Nov 20, 2008 10:55PM)
Goldfinger (Goldfinger & Dove) has done the T&R Newspaper with the accompaniment of "The Stripper" in the past.

Message: Posted by: Oliver Ross (Nov 22, 2008 12:20PM)
Maybe too commercial, but should exisr in instrumental version :

Joe Cocker - "You can leave your hat on"

Message: Posted by: Bill Wilson (Nov 22, 2008 02:08PM)
Check out a CD called 'Spark to a Flame' the very best of Chris De Burgh. Track number nine is a tune called 'Patricia the Stripper'. Parts of song have vocals, other parts are intrumental only. With a little editing you might find it perfect.
Message: Posted by: magicnator (Nov 22, 2008 02:49PM)
I've got a CD called "Where There's Smoke" and I think it would be perfect for what you're wanting. It has plenty of good tracks. I always used it to "set the mood" if you know what I mean. LOL. PM me if you want more info on it.
Message: Posted by: Matt Watts (Dec 3, 2008 04:35PM)
I do not know if they have a Spencers gifts in your area but they have a Cd called "music to get your grove on".The only reason I know this is because a friend of mine was playing it in his car.It was mostly instrumental.