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Encyclopedia > Jimmy McShane

Baltimora, aka Jimmy McShane (19571995) was a singer from Northern Ireland known chiefly for his 1985 hit "Tarzan Boy." A remixed version of the song was used in the soundtrack for the third Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles movie.


McShane made two albums, Living In The Background (1985) and Key Key Karimba a few years later. While the former was supported by the hit "Tarzan Boy", the second was without any hits, selling resonably well in Italy, but with little attention in the U.S.


McShane died from AIDS in 1995.


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Nat' Academies Press, Biographical Memoirs V.80 (2001) (2583 words)
McShane was elected to the National Academy of Sciences in 1948 and served on the National Science Board from 1956 to 1968.
McShane’s 1983 volume Unified Integration develops in a similar vein a complete theory of integrals, together with a wealth of applications to physics, differential equations, and probability.
Edward James McShane will be remembered for his many important and often definitive contributions to mathematics, for his service to and leadership in the mathematical community and for his warmth and kindness to his students and colleagues.
Tarzan Boy - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (249 words)
"Tarzan Boy" was Singer Jimmy McShane's (aka Baltimora) greatest (and only) hit, hailing at number 13 on the U.S. Charts in 1986.
The person who was the 'front' of Baltimora was Jimmy McShane.
Tarzan Boy is now the unofficial theme song for the energy drink Gay Fuel, due largely to the YTMND Gay Fuel forum fad (It is also largely associated with homosexuality in YTMND thanks to the fad.).
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