Name of composer and song for a LG Digitally Yours commercial
Category: Arts and Entertainment > Television
Asked by: neko321-ga
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28 Mar 2003 21:06 PST
Expires: 27 Apr 2003 22:06 PDT
Question ID: 182667
I am looking for the artist and song name that was used as background for a LG television ad. The slogan was "Digitally Yours". The music was electronic somewhat. They have several ads and without seeing them, or links to them I can't be sure which is the correct one, however I recall the entire advertisement looked like drawings sort of, where each scene "flowed" into the next, they were not done via cuts or edits, but rather animated transitions, from flat panel LCD LG monitors to a person running and listening to some LG device. I'm precisely interested in the song's artist and title. I have not noticed this commercial on TV in the last two years I believe.
Re: Name of composer and song for a LG Digitally Yours commercial
Answered By: filian-ga on 07 Apr 2003 19:07 PDT
Hello neko321-ga! Many commercials have amazing music in them and sometimes it is hard to track down the name and artist. In this case, I went to the LG website and sent in an email to their customer service team. Here is the response I received: "Thank you for your interest on LG's TV commercial. The song is made for the LG's TV commercial. The composer is John Groves and the singer is Stephanie Gnadt. Thank you for your showing interest in LG. With kind regards, LG Electronics" I had pointed out which commercial it was and even gave them the URL of the page it was on, directing them to the exact one. I also found a website for John Groves which features samples and demos. He has done a lot of commercials! John Groves Website http://www.groves.de/ I hope this helps. Thank you very much, and take care! Filian SEARCH TERMS: John Groves LG commercial
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