Who Wrote the Theme for Top Gear?

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Jessica is the theme song for Top Gear that was written by Dickey Betts (guitarist of The Allman Brothers Band), and Les Dudek, who played with them right after Duane Allman's death. This rock instrumental was first released in 1973 from the album Brothers and Sisters by the band.
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Top Gear has always used an adaptation of The Allman Brothers Band's instrumental
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Top Gear has used an adaptation of The Allman Brothers Band's instrumental hit "Jessica" as its theme song since the original series started in 1977. The show used part
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The Top Gear theme tune is adapted from a song called 'Jessica' by the Allman Brothers(America).
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The Allman Brothers' song 'Jessica' is the theme tune for the BBC series 'Top Gear'. Current theme tune is a significantly reworked electronic version.
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