And the difference would be a movie

And the final question from the theme week. A sitter, I think. [ late night question, excuse the grammar]

Composer A made a very popular tune B to remember the fact that his nation’s troops defended against the warring forces.

composer

composer

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Band, C , released a monstrous song D, which is a tribute of sorts to B, because of its name, and a section of the guitaring being similar to B.

band

band

Oh, I’ve started, so I’ll finish.
There is the audio as well. Help yourselves. [reduce the volume a few notches]
B
[blip.tv ?posts_id=2576404&dest=-1]
D
[blip.tv ?posts_id=2576414&dest=-1]

A?B?C?D?

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Jungle Boogie

A random movie was X, whose cover is shown in its Technicolor glory.

For those well-versed in African languages, X is a word meaning danger/risk, and has Arabic roots.

movie

movie

The only reason this movie would be known is for this particularly joyous n jazzy theme song Y, which should hopefully play if you click on it.

[blip.tv ?posts_id=2535544&dest=-1]

The tune became very popular, covered and copied by zillions of artists.

The composer of the tune was Mr.Z, who’s a celebrity in the music world for composing another tune, which should be apparent if you listen to Y.

composer

composer

Id X, Y, and Z.

[ Note : Boogie usually means the blues, and Jungle Boogie was a funk song. Consider it as a desperate pulp fiction reference, and NOT as a clue. much thanks ]

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@Chandrakant – cool.

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Tooty Fruity

All of these tracks are associated with ________. Songs 2 and 3 are even tributed to ________.

Id the tracks, and connect.

[ Blank1 = Blank2. same to same 😛 ]

[blip.tv ?posts_id=2422446&dest=-1]
[blip.tv ?posts_id=2422453&dest=-1]
[blip.tv ?posts_id=2422455&dest=-1]

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