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Vintage Television Soundtrack Corner

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  1. JohnHopper

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    Oddly enough, the same year, the cues were also used for The Haunted (aka The Ghost of Sierra de Cobre) (1964).
     
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    The Invaders CD Soundtrack.

    I find myself listening to Disc 1 only a lot more due to the fact I just love the music by Dominic Frontiere. His music themes throughout all episodes he scored are haunting, menacing and very memorable, whereas those familiar 3 note and 2 note rifts are noticeably absent from the other composers on disc 2.
    Disc two does not make me feel I'm listening to the Invaders soundtrack, the music could be from anywhere and genre of that time period. Still a nice presentation to own though.

    Such a shame there was a disagreement and subsequent leaving of Dominic so early on in the series.
     
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    The electric harpsichord of Frontiere's scores never sound better and deadly threatening!
    (see The Mutation - "Light Up an Alien / Bumper")

    The cherry on top is the urgent action cues: see The Mutation - "Fire / Luv / Alien Radar",
    The Mutation - "The Escape", The Mutation - "Trust Me / Back to the Races / Life Means",
    The Mutation - "Pussy Foot / Whapp".

    I just love how Frontiere uses the brass.
     
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    Do you enter the tracks like that on Gracenote? Are you that guy?
     
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    No, it didn't work.
     
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    THE GOLDSMITH ODYSSEY

    Episode 23 - Thriller - Hay-Fork and Bill-Hook (1961)
    http://goldsmithodyssey.buzzsprout.com/159614/2372264-episode-23-thriller-hay-fork-and-bill-hook-1961

    Duration
    02:31:31

    SHOW NOTES
    An episode so nice we recorded it twice! This time, your humble hosts David, Yavar, and Clark, along with special guest Jeff Bond—graciously agreeing to return after technical snafus thwarted our initial recording with him—take a look at the Thriller episode “Hay-Fork and Bill-Hook.” In addition to spotlighting a memorably vivid Goldsmith score (offering lovely melodies, thrilling action music, and a good deal more), this episode also functions as a solid jumping-on point for those curious about the podcast. Grab your rustic deadly farm tool of choice and join us!


    Cues from the original, isolated score track

    0:46:19 - 1. Prologue
    0:50:26 - 2. Roll Call
    0:56:10 - 3. Title Screen
    1:00:33 - 4. Constable Evans
    1:05:36 - 5. Car Ride
    1:09:48 - 6. The House
    1:11:26 - 7. The Druid Circle
    1:15:47 - 8. Nothing To See
    1:18:02 - 9. Inn of the Dark Woods
    1:24:12 - 10. Black Dog
    1:25:26 - 11. Fearsome Weapon
    1:29:10 - 12. Town Hall
    1:35:24 - 13. Records
    1:37:28 - 14. Suspicions
    1:40:39 - 15. Spyglass
    1:42:23 - 16. Sleepless
    1:53:11 - 17. Abduction
    1:59:07 - 18. Fork and Hook Fight
    2:06:05 - 19. Finale

    Other sources
    0:00:03 - [Hay-fork…] The Druid Circle (Tadlow)
    0:07:10 - Sergeant and the Lady “Blue Jeans” Main Title
    0:07:20 - Man On The Beach - Main Title (from Jazz Theme 1)
    0:07:44 - Cain's Hundred - Main Title
    0:07:53 - Dr. Kildare - Main Title
    0:08:39 - Cain's Hundred - End Title [Series Version], The Heist, Early Appointment
    0:12:55 - Chinatown - Main Title-Love Theme (Film Version)
    0:13:13 - Star Trek: The Motion Picture - Main Title
    0:13:18 - Dr. Kildare - Pilot End Title
    0:13:22 - The Waltons - Main Title
    0:13:25 - Patton - Main Title
    0:20:13 - The List of Adrian Messenger - Main Title, Beagles And Fox, Cat And Louse, Quail Hunt
    0:21:32 - Poltergeist - The Light
    0:21:47 - The Omen - Beheaded
    0:21:59 - The Other - Talking With Mother
    0:22:26 - Yours Truly Jack The Ripper (suite excerpt)
    0:22:34 - Thriller - Hay-Fork and Bill-Hook - Inn of the Dark Woods (Tadlow)
    0:22:41 - Thriller - The Cheaters - Dirk Van Prinn
    0:23:18 - Thriller - Mr. George - End Credits
    0:24:07 - Twilight Zone - The Big, Tall Wish - Bolie Jackson
    0:24:52 - Thriller - The Cheaters - End Titles (Miriam’s Theme)
    0:26:45 - The Shadow - The Mirrors
    0:27:03 - Freud - Charcot's Show
    0:27:16 - The Twilight Zone - Nervous Man in a $4 Room - The Image
    0:27:35 - Planet of the Apes - Main Title
    0:27:38 - Logan’s Run - The Monument
    0:27:47/28:09 - The Edge - Stalking
    0:28:41 - The Shadow - The Hotel
    0:33:18 - Seconds - Nightmare, Main Title
    0:35:09 - Love Field - The Posters, Lost Luggage, The Motel
    0:43:54 - On Dangerous Ground - The Death Hunt (Bernard Herrmann)
    0:56:46 - The Swarm - Train Wreck/No Effect
    0:59:17 - The Twilight Zone - The Invaders - Counterattack
    1:00:12 - Danse macabre, Op. 40 - Leopold Stokowski (Camille Saint-Saëns)
    1:07:20 - The Devil and Daniel Webster - Devil's Concerto (Bernard Herrmann)
    1:08:43 - Capricorn One - Flare No. 1
    1:08:49 - Total Recall - The Dream
    1:12:39 - The Witches of Eastwick - The Dance Of The Witches/End Credits
    1:21:01 - The Twilight Zone - Nervous Man in a $4 Room - The Image
    1:21:20 - The Twilight Zone - Nervous Man in a $4 Room - The Knock
    1:07:10 - Thriller - Late Date - (excerpt from isolated score)
    1:21:42 - Total Recall - The Dream
    1:29:42 - Prisoner of Azkaban - A Window To The Past
    1:29:59 - Jane Eyre - To Thornfield
    1:30:32 - The Boys From Brazil - Frau Doring
    1:30:57 - Cassandra Crossing - New Bedside Manner
    1:31:14 - The Last Run - The Last Run
    1:32:31 - The Cassandra Crossing - Aftermath / The Passengers Escape
    1:31:14 - The Last Run - Claudie Says Yes
    1:46:07 - Alien - The Skeleton (Alternate Take)
    1:46:16 - Sleigh Ride - Leroy Anderson
    1:46:36 - Star Trek: The Motion Picture - Klingon Battle
    1:46:46 - Alien - The Skeleton
    1:46:55 - Planet of the Apes - Crash Landing
    1:47:03 - The Mephisto Waltz - Part Of The Bargain
    1:49:44 - Twilight Zone - Nervous Man in a Four Dollar Room - Dead Phone
    1:49:57 - 100 Rifles - Main Title
    2:00:56 - Psycho - The Rainstorm (Danny Elfman adapting Bernard Herrmann)
    2:07:44 - Captain From Castille - Cempaola (Alfred Newman)
    2:28:14 - Archer - The City
    2:30:14 - [Hay-fork…] Inn of the Dark Woods (Tadlow)


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    Find the television soundtrack output for 2019
    1. Archer (Jerry Goldsmith) (La-LaLand)
    2. Quinn Martin, vol. 1 (Various Artists) (La-La Land)
    3. The Baron (Edwin Astley) (Network)
    4. UFO (Barry Gray) (Silva Screen)
    5. Quinn Martin, vol. 2 - The Invaders (Dominic Frontiere et al.) (La-La Land)
     
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    _________________________________
    UFO soundtrack – pre-order now open

    Fanderson is delighted to announce that its latest soundtrack is now available to pre-order.

    The new 4-disc set of music from UFO is the most extensive from this series that the club has produced.

    To celebrate, our March offer of the month is 25% off the Ed Bishop: Identified audio archive disc, if you buy in the same transaction as the UFO soundtrack and use coupon code UFO50 at checkout. You can only use the coupon once, the offer is only valid whilst stocks last (we therefore reserve the right to end the offer before 31st March) and no substitutions/alternatives are available.

    We’re expecting deliveries of UFO by 1st April, and your Ed Bishop with be mailed together with the soundtrack.

    As with all Fanderson merchandise, the UFO soundtrack has been produced by fans, for fans. It’s a strictly limited edition.

    If you’re not already a club member, join up now to buy and enjoy some of Barry Gray’s finest.

    https://fanderson.org.uk/news/ufo-soundtrack-pre-order-now-open/


    __________
    Description


    DELIVERIES EXPECTED APRIL 2020.

    UK (£39.75)
    Europe (£43.50)
    Rest of World (£45.75)

    Composed and conducted by Barry Gray.

    Remastered and substantially expanded from the club’s long out-of-print 2003 (155 minutes) and 2010 (160 minutes) releases, this amazing 4-CD box set of soundtrack music from UFO contains the most comprehensive set of recordings from the series ever produced.

    Includes suites from every episode of UFO: “Identified”, “Exposed, “Survival”, “A Question Of Priorities”, “Conflict”, “Ordeal”, “The Square Triangle”, “Confetti Check A-OK, “ESP”, “Close Up”, “Court Martial”, “Kill Straker!”, “Sub-Smash”, “The Dalotek Affair”, “Flight Path”, “Computer Affair”, “The Responsibility Seat”, “The Cat With Ten lives”, “The Sound Of Silence”, “Destruction”, “The Man Who Came Back”, “The Psychobombs”, “Reflections In The Water”, “Mindbender”, “Timelash” and “The Long Sleep”.

    The album features music as presented in the episodes and, separately, music scored for individual episodes but was ultimately unused. It also contains numerous versions of the opening and closing titles, commercial break stings, library music tracks included in the 1980 compilation movie Invasion: UFO, as well as details of commercially-available recordings that couldn’t be included in this album.

    The boxset features a full-colour 40-page booklet packed with details of each track (cross-referencing music to appearances in other Anderson productions) and musicians.

    The entire set is packaged in a glossy slipcase.

    Approximate running time: 308 minutes. Stereo and mono.

    https://fanderson.org.uk/shop/ufo/


    ufo1. ufo2. ufo3.
     
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    26 The Long Sleep
    “It’s really up to you. You are her only link with the past.”

    Catherine Frazer awakes from a ten year coma with vital information about a close encounter in a derelict farmhouse. Straker struggles to unravel the mystery locked in Catherine’s memories and unearths a terrifying threat that has lain dormant for a decade.

    Written by David Tomblin

    Directed by Cyril Frankel

    Filming Schedule: Friday, 21st August – Thursday, 3rd September 1970

    Original UK Airdate: Thursday, 15th March 1973 (ATV)

    On Location:

    • Heatherden Hall and Gardens, Pinewood Studios, Pinewood Road, Iver Heath, Buckinghamshire
    • Studio Lot, Pinewood Studios, Pinewood Road, Iver Heath, Buckinghamshire
    • Billet Lane and Hollybush Lane, Iver Heath, Buckinghamshire
    • Langley Park, Billet Lane, Iver Heath, Buckinghamshire
    • The Coach House, Dromenagh Farm, Seven Hills Road, Iver Heath, Buckinghamshire
    • Wexham Park Hospital, Wexham Road, Stoke Green, Slough, Berkshire
    • Canal Bridge 189, Benbow Waye, Cowley, Greater London
    • Grand Union Canal Path, London Zoo, Regent’s Park, London NW1
    • Tower Bridge, London EC3
    • Piccadilly Circus, London NW1
    • Covent Garden Market and Station, London W2
    Additional Cast:
    • Catherine Frazer Tessa Wyatt
    • Tim Redman Christian Roberts
    • Bomb Disposal Expert Christopher Robbie
    • SHADO Operative Anouska Hempel
    • Van Driver John Garrie
    Footnotes:
    The previous soundtrack edition featured three tracks.


    “Recalling Tim” (1:58)
    “The Trip” (2:23)
    “The Long Sleep” (3:32)


    long_sleep.
     
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