This is AWESOME. Only site I have found the jingle – COMPLETE & beautifully CLEAR. All others pale in comparison. Thank you Mr. Altobelli!
I can’t tell you how long I looked and looked for a clean, complete version of the jingle. Once I found it I knew I had to post it. Enjoy!
Takes me home…
This is fabulous – clear, clean and innocent. Is this a public domain item?
[...] in the northeastern burbs I grew up, the Mister Softee ice cream truck playing it’s familiar jingle. Now it seems just like everything else Mister Softee’s gone global…Mister Softee [...]
how do i download?
i click on the link but it just opens in a new page.
Just right click and “Save Link As.”
When I right click and save as, it only let’s me save it as an html file. Am I missing something? Can you please help me out? Thanks!
Nevermind…It was because I was using Safari. Mozilla worked fine. Thanks!
Hi. I also had issues with Safari but it was sooth sailing with Mozilla. Paul – thanks so much!!!!!
Clicking ‘download’ launches windows media player, saves it as a .wpl file. I want to save it as a .mps or other file type to imbed as background audio of a video I am authoirng…
Awesome. Thank you!
Thank you. I grew up listening to this jingle. Years ago when I was a little boy, I asked my jazz musician father, “who composed the song?” He said, “It’s an Irish Sea Chanty from the 1760s.” He studied ethnomusicology later on and his professors confirmed this.
Any singer/songwriters out there? Might make for a nice aria or Celtic folk.
NEVER thought I would find this version…..EVER!!!!
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