Miami Vice Theme (Instrumental)

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  1. The theme song to the wildly popular and influential TV series Miami Vice, this song reached #1 in America a little over a year after the series debuted. It was the last instrumental song to reach #1 on the US Hot ; the only TV theme song to hit the top spot since is "How Do You Talk To An Angel" from the show The Heights, which reached the peak in
  2. Jan 23,  · Here is my new Miami Vice video. I have used some other clips in certain places and in higher quality. I hope you will like it!
  3. Jun 06,  · Join us on Facebook: Jan Hammer - Crockett's Theme (Miami Vice) [Widescreen x].
  4. Jan 23,  · A video I made of the huge 80's TV show Miami Vice with the soundtrack of Crockett's Theme by Jan Hammer. Enjoy!
  5. 12 rows · No. Title Performer/Composer Length; 1. "The Original Miami Vice Theme (Instrumental)": Genre: AOR, pop rock, synthpop.
  6. Miami Vice is noted for its innovative use of stereo broadcast music, particularly countless pop and rock hits of the s and the distinctive, synthesized instrumental music of Jan other television shows used made-for-TV music, Miami Vice would spend $10, or more per episode to buy the rights to original recordings. Getting a song played on Miami Vice was a boost to record.
  7. "Miami Vice Theme" is a musical piece composed and performed by Jan Hammer as the theme to the television series Miami Vice. It was first presented as part of the television broadcast of the show in September , was released as a single in , and peaked at the number one spot on the Billboard Hot It was the last instrumental to top the Hot until , when "Harlem Shake" by Baauer .
  8. The "Miami Vice Theme" was one of four singles released from the album Miami Vice -- the others being " Own the Night " by Chaka Khan, " You Belong to the City " by Glenn Frey, and " Vice " by Grandmaster Melle Mel. All four songs were written specifically for the TV series.

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