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John Williams

Main Title (Theme From "jaws")

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Mr. Jaws is a novelty song by Dickie Goodman released on Cash Records in 1975. This record is a parody of the 1975 summer blockbuster film Jaws, with Goodman interviewing the shark (whom he calls “Mr. Jaws”), as well as the film’s main characters, Brody, Hooper, and Quint. Goodman makes full use of his practice of “break-in” music sampling, in which all the interview answers are lyrics from popular songs from that year. The single peaked at #4 on the Billboard Hot 100 in October 1975. On Cash Box magazine’s chart, it fared even better, reaching #1. Goodman would later make more parodies of Hollywood films, along with his political satire records. The B-side of this single was “Irv’s Theme”. The name of the song’s label, Cash Records, was another idea from Goodman... Read on...

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