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The Very Best TV Ad Songs

Preview by Jack Foley

ON April 22, 2013, Sony Music will release a spectacular new compilation featuring some of the most recognisable tracks from TV adverts. Entitled The Very Best of TV Ad Songs, the 2CD compilation features the tracks that are gripping the nation as part of the soundtrack to our lives.

Hit after hit featured on The Very Best of TV Ad Songs has taken on a new dimension, beyond its original success and often re-entered the UK single charts, like Fleetwood Mac’s Everywhere from Three Mobile’s current advert which shot back to No.15.

Notably four of the featured tracks were specially commissioned covers for John Lewis’ famed adverts. Paloma Faith’s Never Tear Us Apart, Fyfe Dangerfield’s She’s Always A Woman, Ellie Goulding’s 2012 hit version of Elton John’s Your Song and the beautifully unusual cover of The Smith’s Please, Please, Please, Let Me Get What I Want by Slow Moving Mille all had a major impact on the UK singles chart.

From Boston’s More Than A Feeling for Barclaycard and Baccara’s Yes Sir, I Can Boogie for British Airways to Primal Scream’s Movin’ On Up for Kellogg’s Cornflakes and Lana Del Rey’s cover of Blue Velvet for H&M, The Very Best of TV Ad Songs is a must have collection to finally answer that age old question: Where do I recognise that song from?

The Very Best of TV Ad Songs is released on April 22, 2013 through Sony Music.

Win The Very Best of TV Ad Songs

To celebrate the release of The Very Best of TV Ad Songs on Monday, April 22, 2013, IndieLondon is offering readers the chance to win 1 of 3 copies. Simply answer the following question…

Q. Which store commissioned covers of Never Tear Us Apart and Your Song for use in their adverts?

Simply send the answer to The Very Best of TV Ad Songs competition and include your name, address, telephone number and email

Track listing:

  1. Fleetwood Mac – Everywhere (Three)
  2. Rebecca Ferguson – Nothing’s Real But Love (Nescafe)
  3. Charlene Soraia – Wherever You Will Go (Twinings)
  4. Fyfe Dangerfield – She’s Always A Woman (John Lewis)
  5. Nina Simone v Groovefinder – Ain’t Got No – I Got Life (Remix) (Muller)
  6. Olly Murs – Busy (Marks & Spencer)
  7. Paloma Faith – Never Tear Us Apart (John Lewis)
  8. Will Young – Grace (NatWest)
  9. Lissie – Everywhere I Go (Twinings)
  10. Deacon Blue – Real Gone Kid (Boots)
  11. Haircut 100 – Fantastic Day (as covered in Halifax)
  12. LaBelle – Lady Marmalade (Marks & Spencer)
  13. Lenka – Everything At Once (Microsoft Windows 8)
  14. Baccara – Yes Sir, I Can Boogie (British Airways)
  15. Bonnie Tyler – Total Eclipse of the Heart (Cadbury)
  16. Boston – More Than A Feeling (Barclaycard)
  17. Billy Ocean – Suddenly (This Water)
  18. Europe – The Final Countdown (Virgin Trains)
  19. Frankie Goes To Hollywood – Relax (New York Mix) (Virgin Atlantic)
  20. The Bellamy Brothers – Let Your Love Flow (Barclaycard)

CD2:

  1. Ellie Goulding – Your Song (John Lewis)
  2. Lana Del Rey – Blue Velvet (H&M)
  3. Grace Jones – La Vie En Rose (Dior)
  4. Rachel K Collier – Hard Road To Travel (QualitySolicitors)
  5. Slow Moving Millie – Please, Please, Please, Let Me Get What I Want (John Lewis)
  6. Eliza Doolittle – Pack Up (Kinder Surprise)
  7. The X Factor Finalists 2011 feat. JLS & One Direction / RSVP Voices – Wishing On A Star (Marks and Spencer)
  8. Jim Reeves – Welcome To My World (Thomson)
  9. John Denver – Annie’s Song (Talk Talk)
  10. Johnny Cash – A Thing Called Love (NatWest)
  11. Andy Williams – The Impossible Dream (Honda)
  12. Tony Bennett – The Good Life (National Lottery)
  13. Doris Day – Oops (Tena Lights)
  14. Oh Land – White Nights (Littlewoods)
  15. Frida Amundsen – Closer (BHS)
  16. The Drums – Let’s Go Surfing (McDonalds)
  17. The Monkees – (Theme From) The Monkees (Sainsbury’s)
  18. REO Speedwagon – Can’t Fight This Feeling (Müller)
  19. Kiss – I Was Made For Lovin’ You ( as covered in Costa Coffee)
  20. Primal Scream – Movin’ On Up (Kellogg’s Cornflakes)