Ten years ago I was doing a podcast of old radio and TV commercials ("mini-tunes") and in one I recreated the Clark's Teaberry Shuffle commercial using the LP version of the Mexican Shuffle. Recently I upgraded this with a better-sounding 60-second spot and I also re-recreated a 60 second commercial. Now I had always assumed they took parts of the recorded version, added marimbas and flutes, boosted some things (like drums) and that was that. But in trying to find the pieces needed, I got to thinking that maybe they actually re-recorded a new 60-second track. When you see the deal with Clark described in print, sometimes they do say "re-record" but that could mean anything. Any thoughts?