"LET HER DANCE" USED AS THEME MUSIC TO FRANKIE BOYLE’S "TRAMADOL NIGHTS"30 November 2010
Frankie Boyle has taken to the screens again with six-part series Tramadol Nights|. The show will see Boyle combine his fearsome brand of stand-up with hilarious sketches in which he offers his uniquely acerbic view of modern society. Perhaps unsurprisingly for a comic who has courted controversy throughout his career, Channel 4 has said that the show was "not for the faint-hearted. Expect brass neck and laughs in abundance."
The Kassner Music Group is delighted to announce that one of the songs it sub-publishes, the Bobby Fuller Four’s breakthrough success Let Her Dance LET HER DANCE by ROBERT FULLER|, has been chosen as the theme music to the show’s opening credits. The song was first made available in the United Kingdom in 1966 by President Records having been a Top 40 success in the US, and was the first of several Bobby Fuller Four releases by the label such as Another Sad and Lonely Night ANOTHER SAD AND LONELY NIGHT by ROBERT FULLER|, Never To Be Forgotten NEVER TO BE FORGOTTEN by ROBERT FULLER,RANDALL FULLER| and Only When I Dream ONLY WHEN I DREAM by ROBERT FULLER,MARY STONE|.
Let Her Dance and other Bobby Fuller Four hits can be obtained through iTunes|, Amazon.co.uk|, play.com| and other good music retailers. Tramadol Nights begins tonight and will be on Channel 4 weekly until the end of December.
Playlist | BOBBY FULLER FOUR