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    Bill Mecca

      I can only see two recent purchases in Purchase history. When I try to go to my older purchases I get the background and this [purchase_history] I am trying to re-download mp3 and lead sheets that I bought a number of years ago, I can’t see to find them on the pc (its changed in the past few years.)

      I used the email link, about a week or so ago, but no response.



        Hi Bill, i get the same thang, and, that is for some time now with my older downloads..
        VIZ Checkout / Purchase History / For Older Downloads which are not listed here “click this link” / [purchase_history]

        Thinkin’ Johnny out gigging or in the studio lately, unable to access or reply to Emails just at the mo.
        Hang in there bro.

        Probs with the older downloads on site may be due to recent site changes and we’ll have to ask John to get the Tech to investigate and look into it, if he’d be so kind.
        The reward of patience is more patience, say.

        Personally i’m just replacing the links i lost, that is using Premium Membership (4 airs per month and access to heapsa tutorials on that page – as well as other goodies). Seems lots of them have been rewritten on bigger ledgar paper or the complete song mix is now included and not just a backing track anywayz.

        Are you a Premium Member still? Thoroughly recommended. Keep on rockin’.


        SONG REP ~

        A Day In The Life
        And I Love Her
        A Marshmallow World
        A Whiter Shade Of Pale
        Ain’t No Sunshine
        All I Want For Christmas Is You
        All My Loving
        All Shook Up
        Amazing Grace
        Are You Lonesome Tonight
        At Last
        Auld Lang Syne

        Baker Street
        BĂ©same Mucho
        Bill Bailey
        Blueberry Hill
        Blue Christmas
        Brown Eyed Girl
        Boppin’ At The Hop
        Born To Run
        Bridge Over Troubled Water…coming soon
        Bring it on home
        Brown Sugar

        Can’t Help Falling In Love
        Can’t Take my Eyes Off You
        Careless Whisper
        Chain of fools
        Christmas (Baby Please Come Home)
        Cissy Strut
        Cleo’s Mood
        Cold Shot

        Dock Of The Bay
        Don’t Worry Baby
        Dream a Little Dream Of Me
        Drift Away

        Eight Days a Week
        Every Breathe You Take
        Everybody’s Talkin’…coming soon
        Evil Ways

        Feel Like Makin’ Love
        Feliz Navidad
        Fly Me To The Moon
        Fire And Rain
        For Once In My Life
        Frosty The Snowman

        Ghost Riders In The Sky
        Gimme Shelter
        Girl From Ipanema
        Going Down
        Goodbye Yellow Brick Road
        Good Golly Miss Molly
        Good Rockin’ at Midnight
        Grazing in the Grass
        Green Onions

        Happy Xmas
        Have You Ever Seen The Rain
        Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas
        Hawaii Five-O
        Harlem Nocturne
        Heartbreak Hotel
        Hello Dolly
        Help Me Make It Through The Night
        Hey Jude
        Hit The Road Jack
        Holly Jolly Christmas
        Honky Tonk
        Hoochie Coochie Man
        Hot Cha
        Hot Rod Special
        House Of The Rising Sun
        How Can You Mend a Brocken Heart
        How Great Thou Art
        How Sweet It Is

        I Can’t Help Myself
        I Can’t Stop Loving You
        I Feel Fine
        I Feel Good
        I Got a Woman
        I Heard It Through The Grapevine
        I’ll be Home For Christmas
        I’m Gonna Make You Love Me
        In My Room
        In The Mood
        Into the Mystic
        I Only Have Eyes For You
        I Still Haven’t Found What I’m Looking For
        I Wish
        It’s Beginning To Look a Lot Like Christmas
        It’s Not Unusual
        It’s Now Or Never
        It’s The Most Wonderful Time Of The Year
        I Want To Know What Love Is
        I Was Made To Lover Her

        Jailhouse Rock
        Jingle Bells
        Jingle Bell Rock
        Johnny B Goode
        Jumping Jack Flash
        Just a Gigolo
        Just the Two of Us
        Just The Way You Are

        Kansas City
        Killing Me Softly
        Knock On Wood…coming soon

        La Bamba
        Last Date
        Lean On Me
        Let It Be
        Let It Snow
        Let’s get It On
        Let’s Stay Together
        Light my Fire
        Lily Was Here
        Little Drummer Boy
        Little Sister
        Long as I Can See The Light

        Mack The knife
        Maria Elena
        Me and Mrs Jones
        Mercy Mercy Mercy
        Merry Christmas Baby
        Mister Magic
        Money (That’s What I Want)
        Moon River
        Music To Watch Girls By
        My Girl
        My Love
        My Way

        Never Can Tell
        Night Train

        Oh Girl
        O Holy Night
        Ooo Baby Baby
        Over The Rainbow
        One Mint Julep

        Peter Gunn
        Pick Up The Pieces
        Pink Panther
        Please Come Home For Christmas
        Pretty Woman
        Proud Mary

        Rag Doll
        Red River Rock
        Rock And Roll
        Rock And Roll Music
        Rock Around The Clock
        Rockin’ Around The Christmas Tree
        Rudolph The Red-Nosed Reindeer
        Runaround Sue
        Run Rudolph Run

        Samba Pa Ti
        Save the Last Dance For Me
        Santa Clause is Back in Town
        Santa Clause Is Coming To Town
        Sea Cruise
        Secret Agent Man
        Sharp Dressed Man
        Silent Night
        Silver Bells
        Slow Walk Rock
        Smooth Operator
        Spooky…coming soon

        Sleigh Ride
        Soul Serenade
        Sound Of Silence
        Soulful Strut
        Soul Twist
        Stand By Me
        Surfer Girl

        Take Five
        Tell It Like It Is
        The Chicken Shack
        The Christmas Song
        The Honeydripper
        The Letter
        The Weight
        The Stripper
        The Stumble
        The Wanderer
        Tic Toc
        Time is tight
        To Love Somebody
        To Sir With Love
        Twist and Shout
        Twisting Medley
        Twistin’ the Night Away

        Unchained Melody
        Use Me
        Us And Them

        Walk Don’t Run
        Walkin’ With Mr Lee
        Watermelon Man
        When a Man Loves a Woman
        When The Saints
        What Does It Take
        What’d I Say
        White Christmas
        Who’ll Stop The Rain
        Wicked Game
        Wild Weekend
        Winter Wonderland
        Without You
        Wonderful Tonight
        Wonderful World (Louis Armstrong)
        Wonderful World (Sam Cooke)

        Yakety Sax
        You Are The Sunshine Of My Life
        You Are So Beautiful
        You Belong To Me
        You Don’t Know Me…coming soon
        You’ve Lost That Loving Feeling
        Your Song
        You’ve Got a Friend


          thanks for sharing the list of songs!

          Bill Mecca

            Thanks Mark,

            I did hear from Johnny, it’s as suspected, the new software only goes back so far. I am searching my external drives, but I think they may be on a drive in my old PC, I have to crack the case (figuratively and literally) to pop that drive in the current pc and see what’s what.


              Yay, Bill, Ram it in man! Jolly good show hey what! You’ol son of a gun you!

              Spiffing. Beauty mate. All the best with your detective work ya!

              Says Wikipedia, What is the Peter Gunn theme called?
              “Peter Gunn” is the theme music composed by Henry Mancini for the television show of the same name. The song was the opening track on the original soundtrack album, The Music from Peter Gunn, released in 1959. Mancini won an Emmy Award and two Grammys for Album of the Year and Best Arrangement.

              Peter Gunn is an American private eye television series, starring Craig Stevens as Peter Gunn with Lola Albright as his girlfriend, Edie Hart. The series aired on NBC from September 22, 1958,[2] to 1960 and on ABC in 1960–1961.[3] The series was created by Blake Edwards, who, on occasion, was also writer (for 39 episodes) and director (for nine episodes).[4][5][6]

              Peter Gunn is notable for being the first televised detective program whose character was created for television, instead of adapted from other media.[3]

              The series is probably best remembered today for its music, including the iconic “Peter Gunn Theme”, which was nominated for an Emmy Award[7] and two Grammys for Henry Mancini. Subsequently it was performed and recorded by many jazz, rock and blues musicians. The progressive rock band Emerson, Lake & Palmer recorded the song adding synthesizers. The series was number 17 in the Nielsen ratings for the 1958–1959 TV season and number 29 for the 1960-61 TV season.[8][9]

              Peter Gunn is a suave, well-dressed private investigator whose hair is always in place and who loves cool jazz. Whereas other gumshoes are often coarse and vulgar, Gunn is a sophisticate with expensive tastes. A contemporary article in Life noted that Edwards “deliberately tailored the part after the famous movie smoothie Cary Grant”.[10]


              Says John, this Peter Gunn saxophone backing track is available for download with the tenor and alto saxophone sheet music included. Check it out now along with the other saxophone music and play along sax tracks we have.

              Probably the coolest TV theme of all time — especially if you’re a sax fan! This version got it’s inspiration from the one recorded by 50′s rock & roll guitarist Duane Eddy with Steve Douglas on tenor sax. This is how a rock & roll sax is supposed to sound like, dirty and growly.

              Answers to some FAQ:
              I’m playing a vintage (early 60’s) Selmer tenor saxophone.
              Mouthpiece is a Guardala Michael Brecker (original model)
              Reed is a Vandoren Java (green box) #3


                yes the entire rep list link is near the top of the music page.
                You don’t need to be a premuim member to access older purchases but yes, we can only go back a few years to the last software change
                maybe around 3-5 years ago now.

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