Things Go Better With Coke. Things Go Better With Coke. With their own versions of the melody. The jingle tag line was published in 1963 but the recordings date to later. The Petula Clark version is from 1965. The Supremes' version (likely from 1965 or 1966) is based on "Baby Love," which was released 1964. Matrix, Runout (A): COCA COLA // 1 VOLUM 1. Matrix, Runout (B): COCA COLA // 2 VOLUM 1. Recommendations.
The Coca-Cola Company, which is headquartered in Atlanta, Georgia, but incorporated in Wilmington, Delaware, is an American multinational beverage corporation, and manufacturer, retailer, and marketer of nonalcoholic beverage concentrates and syrups. The company is best known for its flagship product Coca-Cola, invented in 1886 by pharmacist John Stith Pemberton in Columbus, Georgia. The Coca-Cola formula and brand were bought in 1889 by Asa Griggs Candler (December 30, 1851 – March 12, 1929), who incorporated The Coca-Cola Company in 1892
Coca-Cola radio jingles. If you collect Coca-Cola jingles and commercials, I REALLY would love to hear from you. Maybe we can trade. I have hundreds and hundreds of original Coke jingles, so far. Coca-Cola radio jingles. July 6 ·. Here are some of the most important Coca-Cola radio jingles of all time. April 29, 2017 ·. AT-254-8 The Chi-Lites - It's The Real Thing - 60 seconds - Clyp.
Tracks: 14 category: media rights: personal views: 166,470. Media Commercials Jingles Coca-Cola Jingle Songs. Can you still remember the advertisements of Coca Cola? All these years their jingles has always been fun to sing along with. Here are some of them. When the Holidays Come Along, There's Always Coca-Cola. 1970 Coca Cola It's The Real Thing. Have a Coke and a Smile 1981.
There’s obviously no way for Coke fans to know a jingle has been written for them when they grab a Coca-Cola with their name on it, so word is spreading almost exclusively via social media.
1995 - Always and Only Coca-Cola (test marketed, secondary radio jingle). 1998 - Coca-Cola always the real thing! (UK). also used in the UK). 2001 - Life tastes good. 2003 - Real. 2005 - Make It Real. 1963 - Todo va mejor con Coca-Cola (Things Go Better With Coke). 1970 - La chispa de la vida (It's The Real Thing). 1976 - Coca-Cola da más vida (Coke Adds Life). 1982 - Coca-Cola es asi (Coke Is It). 1987 - Sensación de vivir (You Can't Beat the Feeling). 1993 - Siempre Coca-Cola (Always Coca-Cola). 2000 - Vívela (Live It). 2001 - La vida sabe bien (Life Tastes Good). 2003 - Coca-Cola, de verdad (Coca-Cola, Truly).
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The ads feature the catchy jingle Only Coke will do when you’re thirstiest, Coca‑Cola refreshes you best! Can Opener – 1965 This ad uses the iconic 1960s slogan "Things go better with Coke" accompanied by the familiar hiss of a Coca‑Cola can being opened. The type of opener used in this ad was nicknamed a 'churchkey'. New Ring Pull – 1968 Just a few years later, it was out with the 'churchkey' and in with the new!
Coca-Cola teamed with music company Music Dealers to find the independent artists Scott Fritz, Jeremy Bircher and Josh Jones, who helped craft the tune, which was then further developed with Swedish DJ/Producer Avicii, a long-time collaborator with the brand. Sometimes people cringe at the word 'jingle,' which much of the time are funny, quirky songs, but a jingle is just a song with a brand message," said Coca-Cola Head of Global Music Joe Belliotti . Mr. Belliotti said the jingle approach was inspired by Coca-Cola's storied musical history. I went back to what Coke had done in the '60s and '70s and found things like 'Things Go Better With Coke' and 'Can't Beat the Real Thing,' songs that were performed by artists like Ray Charles, Aretha Franklin and The Supremes.
Tracklist Hide Credits
|A1||–Petula Clark||Things Go Better With Coke|
|A2||–The Supremes||Things Go Better With Coke|
|B||–The Sound -67 Group||Things Go Better With Coke
Leader – Marcus Österdahl
- Copyright (c) – The Coca-Cola Company
NotesWith their own versions of the melody.
The jingle tag line was published in 1963 but the recordings date to later.
The Petula Clark version is from 1965.
The Supremes' version (likely from 1965 or 1966) is based on "Baby Love," which was released 1964.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (A): COCA COLA // 1 VOLUM 1
- Matrix / Runout (B): COCA COLA // 2 VOLUM 1
Title: The Coca-Cola Jingle A Go-Go Vol.1
Date of release: 1967
Size MP3: 1490 mb
Size FLAC: 1813 mb
Rating: 4.6 / 5
Other Formats: ASF VOX AIFF MPC AAC MOD APE