The Ventures have released over two hundred albums beginning with Walk Don't Run (1960), and over 60 singles. The original US albums and singles are indicated by their catalog numbers and Billboard (BB) and Cashbox (CB) chart peak positions (Note: There were separate Cashbox charts for stereo and mono albums until 1965. (1965) The Ventures in Japan. 1965) The Ventures in Japan, Vol. 2. (June 1965) The Ventures On Stage (BB CB - Dolton BLP 8035/BST 8035. 1966) All About the Ventures.
The Ventures recorded a lot of instrumental versions of TV themes in the 1960s and 1970s, whether it was actually used as the theme (as with their hit "Hawaii Five-O") or, as was usually the case, was just a cover. More in keeping with the classic lean Ventures sound are the 1960s cuts, which include versions of "Batman," "Secret Agent Man," "The Twilight Zone," and (maybe best of all) "The Man From . Most of this really isn't too imaginative; only fan club members, for either the Ventures or the TV shows in question, should feel compelled.
The ultimate instrumental rock band, boasting a dual-guitar lineup and tight rhythms that earned them several big hits throughout the '60s.
The Ventures album Tele-Ventures. Listen to the songs from album Tele-Ventures.
Album by. The Ventures. Tele-Ventures: The Ventures Perform the Great TV Themes1996.
Tele Ventures The Ventures. Listen on Apple Music. Bobby Vee Meets the Ventures. The Best of the Ventures. Their Very Best (Re-Recorded Versions) - EP. 2008.