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  1. Jeff Flugel

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    I hope this is a sign that Network might eventually put out this series on remastered Blu-Ray, like they have with several other ITC series recently. The Baron esp. needs some TLC handling, as both the Region 1 and Region 2 releases have faded, yellow-tinged color.
     
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    My deepest wish is that Network release my favorite ITC series on Blu-ray with English subtitles:
    the long format Danger Man (1964-1966).
     
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    THE QUINN MARTIN COLLECTION – VOLUME 1: COP AND DETECTIVE SERIES – LIMITED EDITION (2-CD SET)


    Price: $24.98
    Item Number: LLLCD1499
    Limited Edition: 2000 Units
    Shipping Status: Starts Shipping April 29



    DESCRIPTION
    Music by Jerry Goldsmith, Bruce Broughton, Dave Grusin, Lalo Schifrin, John Parker, Duane Tatro, Nelson Riddle, Patrick Williams and David Shire.

    La-La Land Records, The Film Music Society and CBS proudly announce the world-premiere release of The Quinn Martin Collection – Volume 1: Cop And Detective Series, a limited edition 2-CD set, showcasing original score tracks from 70s era cop/detective series produced by legendary TV producer Quinn Martin, featuring music from Barnaby Jones, Most Wanted, Cannon, Dan August and more!

    Remastered from original Quinn Martin Productions elements, this dynamic compilation showcases some of the finest television music of the 70s, from legendary composers at the top of their game. These exhilarating action/drama/mystery score tracks demonstrate the musical genius of such talents as Jerry Goldsmith, Bruce Broughton, Dave Grusin, Lalo Schifrin, John Parker, Duane Tatro, Nelson Riddle, Patrick Williams and David Shire. With a group of maestros like that, you know you’re in for a timeless treat! Produced for La-La Land Records by Jon Burlingame and transferred and mastered by Doug Schwartz, this 2-CD set is limited to 2000 units and will thrill classic TV and score fans of all ages. The exclusive, in-depth liner notes are by producer Burlingame, and the sharp art direction is by Dan Goldwasser.


    https://lalalandrecords.com/the-quinn-martin-collection-volume-1-cop-and-detective-series-limited-edition-2-cd-set/


    TRACK LISTING

    DISC ONE

    BARNABY JONES (1973–80, CBS)
    “REQUIEM FOR A SON”
    Composed by Jerry Goldsmith. Aired 1/28/73.
    1. Main Title #1 0:45
    2. The Bag Man 2:26
    3. Killing 1:36
    4. The Office / Condolences 1:32
    5. Garage Attack 2:21
    6. Ballistics Report / The Ransom / The Client 1:18
    7. Bumper 0:04
    8. Barnaby Visits McCormick / The Drive-In / Take a Shower / Bad Manners 1:28
    9. The Dark Room / The Tail 1:46
    10. The Meeting Place 2:43
    11. Drop It / The Best in the Business 1:46
    12. End Credits 0:30
    13. Barnaby #2, 3, 4, 5 2:44
    14. Main Title #2 0:49

    “THE PICTURE PIRATES”
    Composed by Bruce Broughton. Aired 12/21/78.
    15. At Emery Studios / Ken Gets It 2:09
    16. Jimmy Finds Rita / Bring Me Red Galaxy 0:56
    17. Rita Confesses 2:23
    18. To Western & Gower 1:44
    19. Rita Is Saved / The Old Beard Gag 4:20
    20. Main Title #3 (JERRY GOLDSMITH) 0:53

    DAN AUGUST (1970–71, ABC)
    “THE KING IS DEAD”
    Composed by Dave Grusin. Aired 10/14/70.
    21. Main Title 1:11
    22. Act One / And Stay Out 1:30
    23. Pleasance / Tears From a Loving Daughter / Pavane Pour un Millionaire 2:59
    24. Colonial Inn / Homespun 1:57
    25. Canzionne 3:28
    26. Act III / Follow Thru / Pool Scene / Venable Bldg. / Stash 2:07
    27. Closing In / Stage Wait / Grand Chase 2:45
    28. Heavy 0:36

    “WHEN THE SHOUTING DIES”
    Composed by Dave Grusin. Aired 11/25/70.
    29. Apartment / Three-Point Landing 1:59
    30. Letters / Li’l Drunkee 1:39
    31. Last Job / False Arrest / More Letters / J.D. 1:47
    32. Carla 3:03
    33. Badenhaus Blauen / Alibi / Flight of the Gimp 1:46
    34. Dextrose / New Ball Game / Finko Hobbs 2:19
    35. Little Boy / Let It Ring 1:45
    36. Goodbye Carla, Hello Dan 2:09
    37. Nobody Remembers 2:27
    38. New Franchise / Life Isn’t a Fountain? 1:13
    39. End Title 0:39

    DISC TWO

    MOST WANTED (1976–77, ABC)
    “THE SKY KILLER”
    Composed by Lalo Schifrin. Aired 10/16/76.
    1. Main Title 1:02
    2. Prelude 3:08
    3. Airport Landing Strip 2:07
    4. Link’s Arrival / Act Out 1:09
    5. Link’s Idea 3:10
    6. Celli 2:07
    7. Billy Lee / Death Penalty 1:52
    8. Ominous Trial / Regulations 2:04
    9. Skyjacking 2:11
    10. Like a Wounded Animal 3:58
    11. Bumper 0:06
    12. Losing Altitude / Good Brakes / Gaining Altitude / Andrews 2:53
    13. Hot Money / Officer George / Drop It 2:29
    14. All the Way to the Ground / Epilogue 1:58
    15. End Credits 0:35

    CANNON (1971–76, CBS)
    “CANNON” (PILOT MOVIE)
    Composed by John Parker. Aired 3/26/71.
    16. Main Title 1:06
    17. Cannon / Off to New Mexico 2:21
    18. Suit Yourself / Mister Dirty 1:40
    19. Train #99 1:20
    20. Antacid / Redfield 1:36
    21. Shell Game / The Set-Up 1:16
    22. Christy’s Transistor 1:24
    23. Warren Springs / Hay Truck 2:14
    24. Burglar Alarms / Rape? 2:26
    25. Virgil / Hideout / Shut Up, Laverne 2:05
    26. Virgil’s Hooked / Under Arrest / Pay the $15 2:29
    27. End Credits 1:02

    “THE SALINAS JACKPOT”
    Composed by John Parker. Aired 9/14/71.
    28. Main Title (FIRST SEASON) 0:44
    29. Act I Play-On / Clowns! 1:37
    30. Green Light / Yes Ma’am / Wristwatch 1:31
    31. Lobo Canyon Road 1:28
    32. After the Fall 3:05
    33. Trouble Goes Away / Sodom in the Suburbs 3:04
    34. Gimme a Big Hug 2:46
    35. Gimme a Small Hug 1:19
    36. End Credits (FIRST SEASON) 0:32

    OTHER QUINN MARTIN COP, DETECTIVE AND MYSTERY THEMES
    THE MANHUNTER (1974–75, CBS)
    37. Main Title (DUANE TATRO) 0:54

    CARIBE (1975, ABC)
    38. Main Title (NELSON RIDDLE) 1:16

    BERT D’ANGELO / SUPERSTAR (1976, ABC)
    39. Main Title (PATRICK WILLIAMS) 1:12

    TALES OF THE UNEXPECTED (1977, NBC)
    40. Main Title (DAVID SHIRE) 1:03
    41. End Credits (DAVID SHIRE) 0:32

    TOTAL ALBUM TIME: 2:35:29


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  4. Message #104 of 189 Apr 23, 2019
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    CLASSIC TV SALE!
    We are celebrating the release of our first Quinn Martin Collection Volume 1
    with great prices on these classic TV score titles!

    MISSION: IMPOSSIBLE THE TELEVISION SCORES (6-CD BOX SET) only $75 EACH (only 60 units remain)
    STAR TREK THE ORIGINAL SERIES SOUNDTRACK COLLECTION (15-CD BOX SET) only $180 EACH
    WONDER WOMAN (3-CD SET) only $30 EACH
    THE RAT PATROL VOL. 2 only $5 EACH

    GOING OUT PRINT!
    THE WILD WILD WEST (4-CD SET) Less than 75 units remain!


    https://lalalandrecords.com/
     
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    To make a good double for a playlist, I recommend pairing two Goldsmith tv titles: Archer and Barnaby Jones.

    ARCHER/WARNING SHOT

    Price: $19.98
    Item Number: LLLCD1490
    Limited Edition: 1500 Units

    La-La Land Records and Paramount Television presents the world premiere release of Jerry Goldsmith’s original score from the 1975 Paramount TV series ARCHER, starring Brian Keith, along with a remastered reissue of Goldsmith’s original motion picture score to the Paramount Pictures 1968 feature film thriller WARNING SHOT, starring David Janssen, Ed Begley and Keenan Wynn, and directed by Buzz Kulik. This CD marks the first time Goldsmith’s thrilling, original ARCHER score cues have ever been released on any format – and the maestro’s musical genius is plainly evident in his exciting mix of electronics and orchestra. Bonus tracks include bumpers and stereo main/end titles. Likewise, the composer’s riveting film score WARNING SHOT returns into print, featuring a master sourced from newly discovered music elements. The result is a longer, better sounding presentation of Goldsmith’s film score, compared to our original release. Bonus tracks include demo cues utilizing the composer’s theme as songs. Produced by Lukas Kendall, with audio restoration by Chris Malone and mastering by Doug Schwartz, this special, limited edition CD release of 1500 units features exclusive, in-depth liner notes by renowned film music journalist Jon Burlingame, who also consulted on this release. Art direction is by Dan Goldwasser.


    https://lalalandrecords.com/archer-warning-shot-limited-edition/


    archer.
     
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    Episode 18 - Thriller - The Cheaters (1960)

    MAY 02, 2019 | SEASON 2 | EPISODE 7

    Duration
    02:07:48

    http://goldsmithodyssey.buzzsprout.com/

    Phase 2 of the Goldsmith Odyssey Podcast Universe has begun! Jens has relinquished his regular hosting/editing duties (he'll remain involved in a variety of other ways), passing the baton to friend of the show W. David Lichty. David joins Yavar and Clark for an exploration of the Thriller episode “The Cheaters,” an anthology show within an anthology show centering around a pair of spectacles imbued with mysterious power. The whole thing is held together by an intelligent, suspenseful Goldsmith score that also makes room for a surprisingly lovely character theme. Your humble hosts explore the way Goldsmith’s thematic ideas work and examine the effectiveness of the episode's approach to horror. Put on your reading* glasses** and join us for the start of a new era!

    *listening
    **headphones or something? I dunno

    Very Unofficial Cue Titles (descriptions, really):
    • 0:19:45 - 01. (Dirk Van Prinn)
    • 0:25:49 - 02. (Van Prinn’s Test)
    • 0:31:32 - 03. (Intro & Players [includes Rugulo theme])
    • 0:34:39 - 06. (Joe Finds the Glasses & Returns Home)
    • 0:36:37 - 07. (Joe Sees Through)
    • 0:44:13 - 08. (Joe Acts and So Goes Joe)
    • 0:48:03 - 09. (Miriam’s Worries)
    • 0:55:18 - 10. (Miriam’s Excursion pt. 1) - Opening track
    • 0:59:57 - 11. (Miriam’s Excursion pt. 2)
    • 1:02:25 - 12. (Miriam Finds the Glasses & Returns Home)
    • 1:05:43 - 13. (Miriam Sees Through)
    • 1:08:46 - 14. (Miriam Acts)
    • 1:12:53 - 15. (And So Goes Miriam)
    • 1:15:24 - 17. (Source Music for Edward_s Party)
    • 1:18:06 - 19. (Edward Sees Through pt. 2)
    • 1:20:02 - 20. (So Goes Edward)
    • 1:22:36 - 23. (Sebastian Arrives at the House)
    • 1:24:38 - 24. (Sebastian’s Test)
    • 1:26:22 - 25. (So Goes Sebastian, So Go the Cheaters)
    • 1:57:44 - 05. (Joe Arrives at the House) - Closing Cue
    • 1:58:25 - 04. (Title Screen)
    • 2:05:23 - 16. (Now Back to Tonight’s Show!)
    • 2:06:00 - 26. (End Titles [Miriam’s Theme - an edit of Miriam’s Worries]) - Other Closing Cue
    • 2:07:06 - 21. (Sebastian has the Glasses)
    • 2:07:13 - 18. (Edward Sees Through)

    Other Sources:
    • Jerry Goldsmith interviewed by Jon Burlingame for the Archive of American Television Part 3 of 4 (May 8th, 2002) used throughout
    • “The Cheaters” full audio used occasionally
    • 0:15:59 - Rachmaninov Symphony No. 1 Normandy/Philadelphia
    • 0:33:40 - Pete Rugolo’s Thriller Theme
    • 0:43:03 - Night Crossing
    • 0:50:47 - A Patch of Blue
    • 1:01:10 - To Kill a Mockingbird - “The Search for Boo”
    • 1:05:04 - Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home - “Transition”
    • 1:16:20 - The Prize - “Craig’s Proposition”

    Please send your correspondence to [email protected].
     
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    Hi friends,

    I just received my set and listened to it during my workout and boy, this is a bomb!
    Highly recommended!
     
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    THE GOLDSMITH ODYSSEY
    Episode 19 - The Twilight Zone - Dust (1961)


    MAY 30, 2019 | SEASON 2 | EPISODE 8

    DURATION
    01:35:28

    THE TZ TALKS START AT
    00:19:38

    https://www.buzzsprout.com/159614/1210706#

    SHOW NOTES
    Who's this new guest on the Goldsmith Odyssey, summoning up thoughtful commentary on the brilliance of Jerry Goldsmith? There are some who call him… Tim (Greiving, a film music journalist who has written pieces for NPR, Variety, the New York Times, and many other publications). After telling your humble hosts David, Yavar, and Clark about his career and his relationship to Jerry's music, Tim joins us on a journey out west for an examination of the Twilight Zone episode “Dust.” We dissect the atypical dramatic approach Goldsmith takes with his spare, downbeat music, and also engage in a bit of debate on the degree to which magic plays a role in this mostly-realistic episode. Check it out, and be sure to join us next time for a return appearance from our esteemed guest.

    Cues from "Dust":
    • 0:00:02 - 06. March to the Gallows
    • 0:27:51 - 01. Fate
    • 0:36:17 - 02. The Funeral
    • 0:43:47 - 03. The Rock
    • 0:47:18 - 04. The Magic Dust
    • 0:49:57 - 05. Forecast
    • 0:51:41 - 06. March to the Gallows
    • 0:55:38 - 07. Last Hope
    • 1:00:06 - 08. Broken Rope
    • 1:03:29 - 09. The Hanging
    • 1:33:07 - 07. Last Hope

    Other Sources:

     
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    THE GOLDSMITH ODYSSEY
    Episode 20 - The Twilight Zone - Back There

    https://goldsmithodyssey.buzzsprout.com/159614/1305991-episode-20-the-twilight-zone-back-there-1961

    Show Notes
    Suppose, just suppose, that a man living in the year 1961 were able to travel all the way back to the year 1865, arriving mere hours before President Lincoln's assassination. Would he be able to do anything to stop that tragic event? That's an intriguing question posted by "Back There," a second-season episode of The Twilight Zone.

    Now suppose, just suppose, that four men (your humble hosts David, Yavar, and Clark, plus returning special guest Tim Greiving) living in the year 2019 were able to take a detailed look at that episode, paying particular attention to its creative, suspenseful Jerry Goldsmith score. Would they make any compelling discoveries? Would their opinions of the episode and its music differ significantly? Most importantly, would you enjoy listening to it? These are the intriguing questions presented by this installment of The Goldsmith Odyssey. To find the answers, press play.

    Duration
    01:20:42

    Cues from "Back There":
    • 0:12:50 - 01 - The Club
    • 0:17:28 - 02 - The Discussion
    • 0:18:34 - 03 - Table Talk
    • 0:24:53 - 04 - Return to the Past (Blended tracks)
    • 0:31:29 - 05 - Ford’s Theatre (Blended film source) (Blended tracks)
    • 0:34:08 - 06 - Police Station
    • 0:36:50 - 07 - Mr. Wellington
    • 0:39:44 - 08 - The Wine
    • 0:42:29 - 09 - The Prediction
    • 0:48:55 - 10 - The Assassination
    • 0:53:42 - 11 - The Homecoming
    • 0:56:15 - 12 - Old William
    • 1:19:06 - 10 - The Assassination

    Other Sources:
    • 0:06:13 - Thriller: The Cheaters cue 1. (Dirk Van Prinn)
    • 0:06:24 - Thriller: The Poisoner - Suite (Reconstruction)
    • 0:08:21 - Columbo: Ransom For A Dead Man (Billy Goldenberg)
    • 0:38:15 - Star Trek: The Motion Picture: V’Ger Flyover
     
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    Jeff, don't wait for too long to get this CD set.
    I'm currently listening to it: on my car, at the gym.
     
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    The "Back There" cues were used a lot on ABC's THE FUGITIVE.
     
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    Thanks, John! I plan to get it soon. I wish I had seen your "less than 75 units left" notice about The Wild Wild West set from April, above, when you first posted it. Must've missed it when you updated the thread back then. You did your due diligence, though, so thanks in hindsight for that.
     
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    I advise you to get with it Goldsmith's Archer (a 1975 detective series) that blend with the QM set perfectly.

     
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    Silva Screen will release a UFO CD in September.
    http://www.screenarchives.com/title_detail.cfm/ID/38698/UFO-ORIGINAL-TV-SOUNDTRACK/

    Tracklisting
    1. UFO Main Titles
    2. S.H.A.D.O.
    3. E.S.P. from “E.S.P.”
    4. Flashback from “Confetti Check A-O.K.”
    5. The Choice from “Confetti Check A-O.K.”
    6. Space Junk from “Conflict”
    7. Straker and the General from “Conflict”
    8. A Rose for Sylvia from “Ordeal”
    9. Harlington Straker from “Identified”
    10. Alien from “Identified”
    11. Travelling Home from “Ordeal”
    12. The Trip from "The Long Sleep"
    13. Taken from "Ordeal"
    14. Crash Landing / Dreambox from "Ordeal"
    15. The Leisure Sphere from "Survival"
    16. Enemy my Friend from "Survival"
    17. The Affair from "The Square Triangle"
    18. A Day at the Studio from "A Question of Priorities"
    19. Who Are You? / John’s Death from "A Question of Priorities"
    20. UFO End Titles
    21. Bonus Track: Trampoline from “Ordeal” - The Spencer Davis Group


    At last, the party cue from “Ordeal” gets a release.
    At the clinic, Colonel Foster has a flash of memory from last night’s party and we hear the instrumental party cue.
    Listen to the cue at 10:26.


    It’s called "Trampoline" (1966) by The Spencer Davis Group.



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    UFO was one of those soundtracks that I felt benefits from a highlights album like this. Obviously everyone has different tastes, but Barry Gray's UFO scores are hit or miss with me. The action licks and weird stuff are great, but he really leaned hard on the organ. Also really goofy porno sleaze music in the pilot...granted the first minutes after the cold open are pretty "60's sex comedy" with Alec Freeman ogling woman's backsides, so he worked with what he had.

    It's just amazing so many of these scores are seeing the light of day through Silva Screen and Fanderson.
     
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    Since Warner Bros never released true soundtrack albums of their 50s/60s TV series (they were all re-recordings and with new inferior arrangements) I wish some company could get into the Warner vaults and release the real soundtracks from these shows especially 77 Sunset Strip, Hawaiian Eye, Surfside 6, Bourbon Street Beat, The Roaring 20s, Maverick, Cheyenne, etc.
     
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    I agree that it would nice to have the soundtracks from these Warner Brothers shows , but wouldn't it be bizarre if we got the music from these shows , but couldn't get the shows themselves due to music clearance issues!
     
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    :laugh::laugh::laugh:

    Excellent point, Lou.
     
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    Hard Frame aka Hunters Are For Killing (1970/TVM)
    Music by Jerry Fielding


    Matt Helm Pilot (1975/Series)
    Music by Jerry Fielding


    Both have the same main theme music by Jerry Fielding.
     
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    THE GOLDSMITH ODYSSEY

    Episode 21 - The Twilight Zone - The Invaders (1961)

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    SHOW NOTES
    Our journey through Jerry Goldsmith’s contributions to The Twilight Zone (the TV series, anyway – give us a few* years and we'll get to the movie) concludes in epic fashion with a plus-sized installment featuring TWO special guests. This time, we’re taking a look at the iconic episode “The Invaders,” a nearly dialogue-free affair that proves an exceptional canvas for Goldsmith’s suspenseful music. The first portion of our program features a conversation with Oscar-nominated composer David Newman and esteemed film music producer/liner note writer Jeff Bond, who discuss the virtues of this classic episode, David’s memories of conducting Goldsmith’s music for “The Invaders” live to picture, what makes Goldsmith such a remarkable composer, the musical storytelling techniques that set great composers apart, and much more. Afterwards, Jeff joins your humble hosts David, Yavar, and Clark for our usual track-by-track examination of the score. It's a long episode, yes, but both of our guests have an abundance of compelling insights that you won’t want to miss. Enjoy!

    *5-35 years, give or take

    DURATION
    02:46:44

    THE TZ TALKS START AT
    00:53:35


    Cues from “The Invaders”:
    • 00:02 - 6 - The Knife
    • 1:16:13 - 1 - The Old Woman
    • 1:30:28 - 2 - Space Ship
    • 1:34:32 - 3 - The Gadget
    • 1:37:56 - 4 - The Wound
    • 1:43:48 - 5 - The Hunter
    • 1:49:16 - 6 - The Knife
    • 1:53:42 - 7 - Counterattack (combined pts. 1 & 2)
    • 2:10:53 - 8 - The Victor
    • 2:47:47 - 1 - The Old Woman
    Other Goldsmith:
    • 2 Days in the Valley
    • Alien (David Newman conducting the American Youth Symphony)
    • The Artist Who Did Not Want to Paint (Prologue for The Agony and the Ecstasy)
    • Contract on Cherry Street
    • Escape from the Planet of the Apes
    • Gremlins
    • Gremlins 2: The New Batch
    • Gunsmoke - The Wake
    • Hollow Man
    • Logan’s Run
    • Lonely are the Brave
    • The Loner
    • Magic
    • Malice
    • The Mephisto Waltz
    • The Man From U.N.C.L.E. - “The Deadly Games Affair”
    • Omen III: The Final Conflict
    • A Patch of Blue
    • Patton
    • Planet of the Apes
    • Poltergeist
    • Rambo: First Blood Part II
    • The Sand Pebbles
    • The Satan Bug
    • The Secret of NIMH
    • Star Trek: The Motion Picture
    • The Swarm
    • Thriller - "The Poisoner"
    • Total Recall
    • The Twilight Zone - “The Big Tall Wish”
    • The Twilight Zone - “Dust”
    • Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea - “Jonah and the Whale”
    Other Non-Goldsmith:
    • Anastasia (David Newman)
    • Born Free (John Barry)
    • Colt 45 TV Theme Song (written by Mack David and Jerry Livingston, performed by Hal Hopper)
    • The Greatest Story Ever Told (Alfred Newman)
    • L’Histoire du Soldat (Igor Stravinsky)
    • Lost in Space (John Williams)
    • “Mas que nada” (Sergio Mendes & Brasil 66)
    • Music for Strings, Percussion and Celesta (Béla Bartók)
    • Sorry Wrong Number (10-20-1957 radio performance)
    • The Towering Inferno (John Williams)
    Please send your correspondence to [email protected].
     
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