Songs For Sale: Better Late Than Never

Published: April 17, 2008 18:12

Updated: May 02, 2008 01:45

Sometimes a commercial comes out with a great song, but it's not available for sale. This could be because the song was written for the commercial, or maybe it comes from a music production library. It also could mean the song is in the process of being released.

Here are a few recent examples of commercials where the songs were eventually released. Information and links to the songs are in each of the commercial detail pages.

GE - Ecomagination - Clouds

GE - Ecomagination - Clouds
JuJu Stulbach of the Mosquitos does a cover version of the CCR classic "Have You Ever Seen the Rain?"

Update: Easy come, easy go. By the end of April 2008, the song was taken down from iTunes.

Discovery HD Theater - February 2008

Discovery HD Theater - February 2008
"I Love The Way You Look At Me" is a production music song that was eventually released.

Old Navy - The Urban Explorer

Old Navy - The Urban Explorer
Lights made a deal to have several of her songs featured in Old Navy commercials, spanning several months, one released each month. When this first spot came out in February 2008, the songs weren't for sale yet.

Old Navy - Pattern Play

Old Navy - Pattern Play
Lights: Part II. It was March 2008 when the songs got released.

Old Navy - Road Trip

Old Navy - Road Trip
Lights: Part III. This spot came out in April 2008, so by this time the song was readily available.

Old Navy - Neon Nights

Old Navy - Neon Nights
Lights: Part IV. May 2008.

Pampers : 1 Pack = 1 Vaccine

Pampers : 1 Pack = 1 Vaccine
The commercial started airing April 7, 2008, and later in the month the song was released on iTunes.

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