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Vintage Television Soundtrack Corner

Discussion in 'TV on DVD and Blu-ray' started by JohnHopper, Nov 25, 2018.

  1. JohnHopper

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    ANTHOLOGIES
    The Twilight Zone (the complete recordings: 1959-1964)
    Thriller (the complete recordings: 1960-1962)
    The Outer Limits (the complete season 2 recordings: 1964)
    Rod Serling's Night Gallery (the complete recordings: 1969-1972)
    Ghost Story (the complete recordings: 1972)
    The Sixth Sense (the complete recordings: 1972)
    Orson Welles’ Great Mysteries (the complete recordings: 1973)
     
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    UNSOLD PILOTS
    Skyfighters (Dominic Frontiere, 1961)
    Mr. Kingston (Dominic Frontiere, 1963)
    Stryker aka Fanfare for a Death Scene (Dominic Frontiere, 1964)
    The Haunted aka The Ghost of Sierra de Cobre (Dominic Frontiere, 1964)
    Hunter (Lalo Schifrin, 1973)
    The Questor Tapes (Gil Mellé, 1974)

    TELEFILMS
    Dark Intruder (Lalo Schifrin, 1965)
    The Aquarians (Lalo Schifrin, 1970)
    The Love War (Dominic Frontiere, 1970)
    Sweet, Sweet Rachel (The Sixth Sense pilot) (Laurence Rosenthal, 1971)
    Ellery Queen: Don't Look Behind You (Jerry Fielding, 1971)
    A Cold Night's Death (Gil Mellé, 1973)
    Savage (Gil Mellé, 1973)
    The President's Plane is Missing (Gil Mellé, 1973)
    The Alpha Caper (Oliver Nelson, 1973)
    Money to Burn (Oliver Nelson, 1973)
    The Marcus-Nelson Murders (Kojak pilot) (Billy Goldenberg, 1973)
    Fer-de-Lance (Dominic Frontiere, 1974)
     
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    1950’s SERIES
    Gunsmoke (various artists, 1955-1975)
    Have Gun - Will Travel (various artists, 1957-1963)
    Naked City (various artists, 1958-1963)
    Rawhide (various artists, 1959-1965)
    Staccato (Elmer Bernstein, 1959)
    The Untouchables (various artists, 1959-1963)
     
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    1960’s SERIES
    The New Breed (Dominic Frontiere, 1961)
    The Avengers (Johnny Dankworth, 1961-1964)
    Stoney Burke (Dominic Frontiere, 1964)
    Combat! (Leonard Rosenman/George Bassman, 1962-1967)
    12 O’Clock High (Dominic Frontiere/Fred Steiner, 1964-1966)
    The Avengers (Laurie Johnson, 1964-1967)
    Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea (various artists, 1964-1968)
    The Time Tunnel (John Williams and various artists, 1966-1967)
    Ironside (Quincy Jones and various artists, 1966-1975)
    The C.A.T. (Lalo Schifrin, 1966)
    The Blue Light (Lalo Schifrin, 1966)
    Mannix (Lalo Schifrin and various artists, 1967-1975)
    Cimarron Strip (Morton Stevens and various artists, 1967-1968)
    Garrison’s Gorillas (Leonard Rosenman, 1967)
    The Invaders (Dominic Frontiere and various artists, 1967)
    It Takes a Thief (Dave Grusin and various artists, 1968-1970)
    The Name of the Game (Dave Grusin and various artists, 1968-1971)
    Hawaii Five-O (Morton Stevens and various artists, 1968-1980)
     
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    1970’s SERIES
    The Immortal (Dominic Frontiere, 1970)
    The Silent Force (Dominic Frontiere, 1970)
    Dan August (Dave Grusin, 1970)
    The Persuaders (John Barry/Ken Thorne, 1971)
    The Psychiatrist (Gil Mellé, 1971)
    Columbo (Billy Goldenberg and various artists, 1971-1978)
    McMillan&Wife (Jerry Fielding, 1971-1977)
    Longstreet (Oliver Nelson, 1971)
    The Adventurer (John Barry, 1972)
    Probe/Search (Dominic Frontiere, 1972)
    Banacek (Billy Goldenberg, 1972)
    The Streets of San Francisco (Pat Williams and various artists, 1972-1977)
    Kolchak: The Night Stalker (Gil Mellé and various artists, 1974-1975)
    The Six Million Dollar Man (Oliver Nelson and various artists, 1974-1978)
    Starsky & Hutch (Lalo Schifrin and various artists, 1975-1979)
    Hunter (Richard Shores, 1977)
    The Man from Atlantis (Fred Karlin, 1977)
     
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    I'd like to see a collection of George Aliceson Tipton's scores/cues of Soap, Benson, and The Golden Girls. The Golden Girls especially just to have a clear crisp version of the opening episode music, you know the music that plays over the shot of their house.

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    You do mean the music that plays while the creative credits are shown, in other words?
     
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    YES
     
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    Current top of my wish list:

    Dominic Frontiere's 12 O'Clock High
    Nelson Riddle's Emergency
     
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    I've greatly enjoyed The Rat Patrol. I found that Frontiere reused some cues from 12 O'Clock High in it. I would really enjoy a full release of 12 O'Clock High.
     
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    The music editor on The Rat Patrol also re-uses cues from Stoney Burke, especially during the early season 1 episodes.
     
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    I have the ONE STEP BEYOND CD, a re-issue of a late 50s Decca album by Harry Lubin!!!
     
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    One that I haven't listened to all the way through yet, but still is a favorite to me: the 1959 RCA Victor soundtrack of M Squad (CD as presented in the original version of Timeless Media's all-in-one of that 1957-60 NBC police/detective series w/the late Lee Marvin as Lt. Frank Ballinger of the titular fictional squad of the Chicago Police)...

    msquadsoundtrack.
     
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    This discussion made me think about the terrific incidental music from The Brady Bunch. I noticed that other CBS properties are being released. It seems that these are all or mostly drama type shows. I would think that this would be a popular item and probably would sell well. I wonder what the chances of The Brady Bunch soundtrack ever seeing the light of day? I would buy it!
     
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    Stoney Burke is owned by United Artists/MGM and 12 O'Clock High is owned by Fox.
     
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    The Brady Bunch is another one of ABC's classics of the 70s, and I agree its soundtrack is worth having.
     
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    I was looking around for Christmas Music and Stumbled onto a Gomer Pyle USMC Soundtrack on iTunes .. I have not yet had a chance to Download or Sample it yet
     
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    The "It's A Sunshine Day" collection had the theme song in stereo. Who knows what else survived in Paramount's vaults. Couldn't hurt to look, and the show turns 50 next year.
     
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