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La La Land Records will release on November 27, 2018, a 4-CD set of Land of the Giants.
Find the official announcement:

https://lalalandrecords.com

LAND OF THE GIANTS – 50th ANNIVERSARY SOUNDTRACK COLLECTION: LIMITED EDITION (4-CD SET) LLLCD 1486

Music by John Williams, Alexander Courage, Leith Stevens, Harry Geller, Artie Kane, Joseph Mullendore, Richard LaSalle, Robert Prince, Irving Gertz and Paul Sawtell

Limited Edition Of 1000 Units
Retail Price: $59.98

La-La Land Records, Synthesis Entertainment, 20th Century Fox, Fox Music and Legendary Pictures proudly present LAND OF THE GIANTS – 50TH ANNIVERSARY SOUNDTRACK COLLECTION: LIMITED EDITION, a deluxe 4-CD box set of original music from the classic Irwin Allen 60’s sci-fi/fantasy television series!

The original scores from this cherished series, a re-imagining of influences from Jonathan Swift and Gulliver’s Travels, in the format of Allen’s LOST IN SPACE, sparkle like never before in this anniversary presentation, restored and mastered from original scoring elements. Fans will delight, as much of the music in this collection has been unreleased for 50 years, making its world premiere with this release! Even John Williams’s score to “The Crash,” is released for the first time in its entirety. Score selections from episodes such as “Framed,” “The Flight Plan,” “Target: Earth,” “Shell Game,” “Home Sweet Home,” “Panic” are just a fraction of what’s here!

The music of LAND OF THE GIANTS teams with the thrills, drama, fun and heart – a trademark of the series, and this 4-CD collection proves to be a wondrous and timeless example of classic 60’s television scoring at its finest. Featuring music by John Williams, Alexander Courage, Leith Stevens, Harry Geller, Artie Kane, Joseph Mullendore, Richard LaSalle, Robert Prince, Irving Gertz and Paul Sawtell, this deluxe set, limited to 1000 units, is produced for 20th Century Fox by Nick Redman, executive produced by Kevin Burns, produced by Jeff Bond and Neil Bulk, and mastered by James Nelson. The exclusive, in-depth liner notes are by co-album producer Bond and the fantastical art design is by Mark Banning. Finally, the music of LAND OF THE GIANTS is here, for all to relive or to discover!

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  1. THE WILD WILD WEST: LIMITED EDITION (4-CD SET) LLLCD1425
    Retail Price: $59.98
    Limited Edition Of 1000 Units

    La-La Land Records and CBS proudly announce the world-premiere release of THE WILD WILD WEST, a limited edition 4-CD box set, showcasing the original music scores from the classic 1965-1969 television series THE WILD WILD WEST, starring Robert Conrad and Ross Martin.

    Restored and remastered from studio elements, this deluxe limited edition release features some of the finest television music ever recorded. Never-before-released, the exhilarating scores presented here propelled the adventures of Special Agent Jim West and Artemus Gordon week after week and were composed by such renowned musical legends as Richard Markowitz, Robert Drasnin, Dave Grusin, Richard Shores, Harry Geller, Walter Scharf, Jack Pleis, Fred Steiner, and Dimitri Tiomkin (who wrote an original, unused theme!). Album producer Jon Burlingame takes you on a rip-roaring ride through this amazing compilation with his comprehensive liner notes – featured within a knockout 40-Page booklet.

    This 4-CD set was produced for La-La Land Records by Jon Burlingame and mastered by Doug Schwartz from ½’’ and ¼’’ tape vault elements. Dave Grusin’s, Walter Scharf’s, and two of Richard Shores’ scores were restored from CBS stem elements by audio expert, Chris Malone. The pistol-packing art design is by Jim Titus. This very special release of music from TV’s most WILD western is limited to 1000 units, so report to President Grant immediately and get yours now!

    https://lalalandrecords.com/wild-wild-west-the-limited-edition-4-cd-set/

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  2. MISSION: IMPOSSIBLE – THE TELEVISION SCORES: LIMITED EDITION (6-CD BOX SET) LLLCD1359
    Was: $99.98
    Now: $75.00
    Limited Edition of 1500 Units

    La-La Land Records and CBS proudly announce the release of MISSION: IMPOSSIBLE – THE TELEVISION SCORES, a limited edition 6-CD box set, showcasing the restored and remastered original music scores from the classic 1966-1973 television series MISSION: IMPOSSIBLE, starring Peter Graves, Barbara Bain, Greg Morris and Martin Landau.

    Restored and remastered from mono studio elements, this deluxe limited edition release of 1500 Units features some of the best television music ever recorded, much of it never-before-released, from such renowned composers as Lalo Schifrin, (who wrote the iconic theme), Gerald Fried, Jerry Fielding, Don Ellis, Richard Hazard, Robert Drasnin and more! Album producer Jon Burlingame takes you on a thrilling mission through this deluxe compilation and its amazing scores with his comprehensive liner notes – delivered via three informative, photo-packed booklets. The 6-Disc set is housed in an attractive hard-cover slipcase.

    This deluxe set was produced for La-La Land Records by Jon Burlingame with music restored by Chris Malone and mastered by Doug Schwartz. Art direction is by Joe Sikoryak.

    https://lalalandrecords.com/mission-impossible-the-television-scores-6-cd-box-set-limited-edition/

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  3. I am waiting for LAND OF THE GIANTS to street so I can order all three at once (assuming there won't be another announcement). Should I wait beyond tomorrow to order these in the event another jewel is announced?

  4. I need that WILD WILD WEST set!

    Here's a heads-up on a previous La-La Land Records release, from a couple of years ago, that is still available from them. I own it, and it is truly outstanding–

    JONNY QUEST: LIMITED EDITION (2-CD SET) LLLCD1400
    Retail Price: $24.98
    Limited Edition of 3000 Units

    La-La Land Records and Warner Bros. present the world premiere release of the original television score to the 1964-65 classic animated Hanna-Barbera adventure series JONNY QUEST, with music by William Hanna, Joseph Barbera and Hoyt Curtin and musical direction by Hoyt Curtin and Ted Nichols. Requested by fans for decades, the thrilling and groundbreaking original music from one of the most beloved 60’s animated shows of all time finally makes its official debut with this deluxe, knockout 2-CD presentation. The musical genius of Hoyt Curtin (THE FLINTSTONES, TOP CAT, SCOOBY DOO) is on full display here – thrilling, jazz-infused action scoring, brimming with excitement and drama! Produced by Lukas Kendall, Taylor White and Nik Ranieri, and mastered by Doug Schwartz, this 2-CD limited release of 3000 units includes bonus tracks and features fascinating, in depth liner notes by film music journalist Jon Burlingame and writer Jeff Bond. Adventurous art design by Joe Sikoryak compliments this celebratory release that will thrill fans of all ages!

    https://lalalandrecords.com/jonny-quest-limited-edition-2-cd-set/

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  5. Carabimero

    I am waiting for LAND OF THE GIANTS to street so I can order all three at once (assuming there won't be another announcement). Should I wait beyond tomorrow to order these in the event another jewel is announced?

    The other sets showcased here were previously released. La-la land is done announcing for the year (their Black Friday announcements, which this year included the Land of the Giants set, plus a Harry Potter/John Williams Collection, expanded Dracula and Schindler’s List, are how they close out the year). I love LLL Records with a passion!

  6. JohnHopper

    MISSION: IMPOSSIBLE – THE TELEVISION SCORES: LIMITED EDITION (6-CD BOX SET) LLLCD1359
    Was: $99.98
    Now: $75.00
    Limited Edition of 1500 Units

    La-La Land Records and CBS proudly announce the release of MISSION: IMPOSSIBLE – THE TELEVISION SCORES, a limited edition 6-CD box set, showcasing the restored and remastered original music scores from the classic 1966-1973 television series MISSION: IMPOSSIBLE, starring Peter Graves, Barbara Bain, Greg Morris and Martin Landau.

    Restored and remastered from mono studio elements, this deluxe limited edition release of 1500 Units features some of the best television music ever recorded, much of it never-before-released, from such renowned composers as Lalo Schifrin, (who wrote the iconic theme), Gerald Fried, Jerry Fielding, Don Ellis, Richard Hazard, Robert Drasnin and more! Album producer Jon Burlingame takes you on a thrilling mission through this deluxe compilation and its amazing scores with his comprehensive liner notes – delivered via three informative, photo-packed booklets. The 6-Disc set is housed in an attractive hard-cover slipcase.

    This deluxe set was produced for La-La Land Records by Jon Burlingame with music restored by Chris Malone and mastered by Doug Schwartz. Art direction is by Joe Sikoryak.

    https://lalalandrecords.com/mission-impossible-the-television-scores-6-cd-box-set-limited-edition/

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    I bet that'll be plenty of great listening from the history of that O-R CBS M:I!

  7. Neil Middlemiss

    The other sets showcased here were previously released. La-la land is done announcing for the year (their Black Friday announcements, which this year included the Land of the Giants set, plus a Harry Potter/John Williams Collection, expanded Dracula and Schindler’s List, are how they close out the year). I love LLL Records with a passion!

    Thanks. Me too. I actually stick money away throughout the year so when great sets like these are announced, I can just get them without angst.

    I'm glad this thread got posted. I had no idea. Now I can't wait.

  8. Find one of my favorite playlists that I created from the MISSION set.

    MISSION FIELDING
    THE COUNCIL: Cleft/Tailpipe Him/Cracks Safe 3:30
    THE COUNCIL: Ultra Violet/Takes Picture/Leave It Alone 2:54
    THE COUNCIL: Elevator Race/Finale 2:25
    THE EXECUTION: Garbage/Vic Gets Caught 3:56
    THE EXECUTION: It's A Gas 2:22
    THE CARDINAL: The Smoking Monk/Cardinal Gets Bagged 2:13
    THE CARDINAL: The Smoking Nun/Rollin Becomes Cardinal/Assure Myself 3:15
    THE EXCHANGE: Big Edifice/They'll Kill Her/Bang Bang 2:42
    THE CONTROLLERS: We Begin To Institute/Mission: Impossible Theme 2:35
    THE CONTROLLERS: The Plot 3:55
    THE CONTROLLERS: Loads Stiff/To Be Continued 2:18
    THE CONTROLLERS: Meredyth/Water Tower/Part II Finale 2:12

    Total Time: 35 minutes

  9. I put MI and WWW in my cart yesterday and thought I would simply order all three once LOTG went live. Problem is, they took MI off sale in the interim, so I only got WWW and LOTG. Hopefully they will put MI back on sale before all the units are sold. But I have learned my lesson. Next time I won't bother with bundle ordering. I would have paid $99 for MI to start with if I hadn't woken up this morning with every reason to believe I'd be paying $79.

    All that said, I am excited about the two sets I have coming. And agree with Harry about Time Tunnel.

  10. To all vintage soundtracks aficionados,

    La La Land and Universal plan to release some major television series music from 2019 and it will include:
    The Munsters
    The Six Million Dollar Man (1974-1978)
    Kolchak: The Night Stalker (1974-1975)

    Get ready to support these releases when time come.

  11. Find one of my favorite playlists that I created from the WEST set.

    W3 SHORES BEST
    ECCENTRICS: Gargoyle / Nothing Except Die / Small Wager 2:53
    ECCENTRICS: Mighty Titan / The Crown 2:45
    ECCENTRICS: Central Hall / Hangin' Around 3:36
    ECCENTRICS: Juarez's Place / Your Servant 1:56
    FIREBRAND: Run, West, Run/O'Reilly's Plan 2:50
    FIREBRAND: The Trip/Pressure Point 5:01
    FIREBRAND: Explosion 2:10
    FIREBRAND: O'Reilley's Dream 2:34

    Total Time: 24 minutes

  12. JohnHopper

    To all vintage soundtracks aficionados,

    La la Land and Universal plan to release some major television series music from 2019 and it will include:
    The Munsters
    The Six Million Dollar Man (1974-1978)
    Kolchak: The Night Stalker (1974-1975)

    Get ready to support these releases when time come.

    I'll be all over that Kolchak: The Night Stalker release, at the very least! Thanks for the heads-up, John!

  13. JohnHopper

    Find one of my favorite playlists that I created from the WEST set.

    W3 SHORES BEST
    ECCENTRICS: Gargoyle / Nothing Except Die / Small Wager 2:53
    ECCENTRICS: Mighty Titan / The Crown 2:45
    ECCENTRICS: Central Hall / Hangin' Around 3:36
    ECCENTRICS: Juarez's Place / Your Servant 1:56
    FIREBRAND: Run, West, Run/O'Reilly's Plan 2:50
    FIREBRAND: The Trip/Pressure Point 5:01
    FIREBRAND: Explosion 2:10
    FIREBRAND: O'Reilley's Dream 2:34

    Total Time: 24 minutes

    Would absolutely LOVE to get my hands on a Richard Shores (and Morton Stevens and Bruce Broughton and Don B. Ray) collection of HAWAII FIVE-O scores someday, but I believe there may be some kind of legal wrangle with the Leonard Freeman estate and CBS on this.

  14. JohnHopper

    Find one of my favorite playlists that I created from the WEST set.

    W3 SHORES BEST
    ECCENTRICS: Gargoyle / Nothing Except Die / Small Wager 2:53
    ECCENTRICS: Mighty Titan / The Crown 2:45
    ECCENTRICS: Central Hall / Hangin' Around 3:36
    ECCENTRICS: Juarez's Place / Your Servant 1:56
    FIREBRAND: Run, West, Run/O'Reilly's Plan 2:50
    FIREBRAND: The Trip/Pressure Point 5:01
    FIREBRAND: Explosion 2:10
    FIREBRAND: O'Reilley's Dream 2:34

    Total Time: 24 minutes

    Richard Shores’ score for “The Night of the Eccentrics” was so good that its action-packed cue entitled “Mighty Titan” was tracked down to season 3 (see “The Night of the Legion of Death”) and even used for the official CBS season 2 promo trailer.

    The CBS Season 2 Promo
    Notice the veiled refence to the main titles from Gunsmoke during the showdown between Jim and Artie!

  15. Lord Dalek

    Twilight Zone remains my holy grail, however comments from LaLaLand suggest it's probably not going to happen for some arcane reason (the master tapes being locked up at UCLA is my guess).

    Joel,

    if you're referring to the '59-'64 series, the original soundtrack collection was released on CD about 20 years ago.
    I have it and its great listening.

  16. Sky King

    Joel,

    if you're referring to the '59-'64 series, the original soundtrack collection was released on CD about 20 years ago.
    I have it and its great listening.

    I own it too but it's not complete despite the fact it's a 4-CD set from Silva.
    There are a lot of missing Herrmann ("Eye of the Beholder", "Little Girl Lost", "Living Doll", "Ninety Years Without Slumbering"), Goldsmith ("The Four of Us Are Dying", "Nightmare as a Child") and Steiner ("Mute", "Miniature", "I Dream of Genie", "The Bard") and many others.

  17. JohnHopper

    I own it too but it's not complete despite the fact it's a 4-CD set from Silva.
    There are a lot of missing Herrmann ("Eye of the Beholder", "Little Girl Lost", "Living Doll", "Ninety Years Without Slumbering"), Goldsmith ("The Four of Us Are Dying", "Nightmare as a Child") and Steiner ("Mute", "Miniature", "I Dream of Genie", "The Bard") and many others.

    I wish that one had it all! I'm sure, however, that you've been enjoying what is on there.

  18. Yeah that Silva set (which is long OOP and incredibly hard to find these days) was just the old suites from the 80s Varese lps in one spot. It's far from complete and the Varese assemblies are out of order and omit certain tracks. Desperately needs a new release but as CBS donated their music library to UCLA in the Decade since those transfers were made, it seems like a longshot.

  19. JohnHopper

    The problem with vintage television soundtracks is it's very rare so if you don't grab them when it's freshly released,
    it's gone or it becomes an expensive merchandise for speculators.

    Kind of like Disney threatening to put certain of their classics back in the vault unless they're snapped up within a very limited time?

  20. Harry-N

    Used a turntable and recorded them onto a blank CD-R. Then ripped those CD-Rs into the computer for further editing and then re-writing them individually out to new CD-Rs.

    That's what I wanted to know– hope you continue to enjoy 'em!

  21. This is a great thread,..especially as I'm a collector of vintage (I prefer to call it 'Classic'), TV soundtrack music and even library production music.
    This thread should be made a Sticky and put into the Music section of HTF.

  22. Composer Dominic Frontiere-wise, we had in the past the following titles:
    The Unknown
    The Outer Limits
    (3-CD Set)
    The Rat Patrol
    The Rat Patrol (volume 2)

    PS: I wish LLL could release Frontiere's Stoney Burke and 12 O’Clock High.

    Stoney Burke as music is the companion piece to The Outer Limits.

  23. Colony Three, an absolute gem of an episode, among many. That last scene really sticks with you when a plaintive Drake asks Hobbs if something could be done for the "girl"…the forlorn young British woman duped into going deep behind the Iron Curtain to the 'Potemkin Village' of Colony Three…of course, she will simply be another casualty of the 'Cold War'…Danger Man is the absolute best and most authentic Cold War TV drama. Love that Astley music, very evocative.

  24. I'm a big fan of TV soundtracks. My collection includes original soundtracks to…

    The Rifleman
    The Fantasy Worlds Of Irwin Allen (LIS, Time Tunnel, VTTBOTS and Land Of The Giants)
    The Outer Limits ('63-'65)
    Twilight Zone 40th Anniversary
    Star Trek TOS
    The Adventures of Superman (52-'58)
    The Carl Stalling Project (Warner Bros. cartoon cues)

    *Always looking for more. Would love to have the soundtrack/cues to Leave It To Beaver and Timmy and Lassie.

  25. JohnHopper

    Composer Dominic Frontiere-wise, we had in the past the following titles:
    The Unknown
    The Outer Limits
    (3-CD Set)
    The Rat Patrol
    The Rat Patrol (volume 2)

    PS: I wish LLL could release Frontiere's Stoney Burke and 12 O’Clock High.

    Stoney Burke as music is the companion piece to The Outer Limits.

    I, too, wish Stoney Burke soundtrack would come out. I believe there is an episode of Stoney Burke that has the original music that was used for "The Guest,"

    James

  26. Harry-N

    Years ago I bought these five vinyl albums:

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    Later on I found two CD volumes that combined the "best" of these into longer discs.

    Since then, I've needledropped these LPs onto CD for ease of access.

    The 5 LP's were released as 5 CD's in Japan.

  27. ESPIONAGE SOUNDTRACKS-WISE, WE HAVE MANY GOOD TITLES
    Danger Man (two sets from Network)
    The Man from UNCLE (four volumes from Film Score Monthly)
    Jericho (Film Score Monthly)
    I Spy (2 CD’s from Film Score Monthly)
    The Wild Wild West (4-CD set from La La Land)
    Mission: Impossible (GNP Crescendo)(6-CD set from La La Land)
    The Prisoner (3-CD and 6-CD sets from Network)
    The Avengers (from 50 Years of The Music of Laurie Johnson Vol. 1, Demon Edsel)
    The Avengers, Tara King Year (2-CD set from Silva Screen)
    The New Avengers (from 50 Years of The Music of Laurie Johnson Vol. 3, Demon Edsel)
    Assignment: Vienna (from TV Omnibus: Volume One, Film Score Monthly)

  28. I bet it's about as much of a long shot as getting the actual series released on DVD/Blu (my #1 remaining "grail" show), but I'd love a CD of Lalo Schifrin's music from T.H.E. Cat (1966-67).

    At least this YouTuber extracted some score from the worn old TV prints making the rounds–

  29. JohnHopper

    What's your vintage television soundtracks wish list, including anthologies, series, telefilms, unsold pilots?

    1950's
    1960's
    1970's

    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)

  30. JohnHopper

    What's your vintage television soundtracks wish list, including anthologies, series, telefilms, unsold pilots?

    1950's
    1960's
    1970's

    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)

  31. JohnHopper

    What's your vintage television soundtracks wish list, including anthologies, series, telefilms, unsold pilots?

    1950's
    1960's
    1970's

    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)

  32. JohnHopper

    What's your vintage television soundtracks wish list, including anthologies, series, telefilms, unsold pilots?

    1950's
    1960's
    1970's

    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)
    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 (Richard Shores/Morton Stevens, 1967)
    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)

  33. JohnHopper

    What's your vintage television soundtracks wish list, including anthologies, series, telefilms, unsold pilots?

    1950's
    1960's
    1970's

    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)

  34. 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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  35. darkrock17

    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?

  36. JohnHopper

    Composer Dominic Frontiere-wise, we had in the past the following titles:

    The Rat Patrol

    The Rat Patrol (volume 2)

    PS: I wish LLL could release Frontiere's Stoney Burke and 12 O’Clock High.

    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.

  37. Brett Lovett

    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.

    The music editor on The Rat Patrol also re-uses cues from Stoney Burke.

  38. 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)…

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  39. 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!

  40. JohnHopper

    Composer Dominic Frontiere-wise, we had in the past the following titles:
    The Unknown
    The Outer Limits
    (3-CD Set)
    The Rat Patrol
    The Rat Patrol (volume 2)

    PS: I wish LLL could release Frontiere's Stoney Burke and 12 O’Clock High.

    Stoney Burke as music is the companion piece to The Outer Limits.

    Stoney Burke is owned by United Artists/MGM and 12 O'Clock High is owned by Fox.

  41. rcbrad

    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!

    The Brady Bunch is another one of ABC's classics of the 70s, and I agree its soundtrack is worth having.

  42. rcbrad

    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!

    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.

  43. I got the WILD WILD WEST soundtrack today for Christmas. Man the first disc, particularly the opening title, sounds terrific. I've never heard it sound this good. I'm so grateful to have this set. I have wanted this music for so many years.

    Merry Christmas!

  44. Carabimero

    I got the WILD WILD WEST soundtrack today for Christmas. Man the first disc, particularly the opening title, sounds terrific. I've never heard it sound this good. I'm so grateful to have this set. I have wanted this music for so many years.

    Merry Christmas!

    I concur. It's a masterpiece set all the way.
    Don't miss the excellent “The Night of the Firebrand” by Richard Shores.

  45. JohnHopper

    I concur. It's a masterpiece set all the way.
    Don't miss the excellent “The Night of the Firebrand” by Richard Shores.

    An excellent example of why that Wild Wild West soundtrack is well worth the money– Alan got a present that's right on the money with the high quality of television music then!

  46. I also got the LAND OF THE GIANTS set, but I already had the previous smaller release, so it's not quite as spectacular, but still very nice to have. I'm waiting for (hopefully) a sale on the MISSION IMPOSSIBLE set and I'll get that one. But just having WWW is a dream come true.

  47. rcbrad

    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!

    I agree about The Brady Bunch. The music in the first season was more Broadway sounding than in later seasons, when it switched to a 70s soft pop sound. And there were at least four versions of the theme song.

    I also think it would be fun to have a Screen Gems set, comprised of the iconic score cues from Bewitched, Jeannie, Flying Nun, Hazel, Gidget, Partridge Family (score cues not songs). (Speaking of The Partridge Family, there were quite a few songs sung in the TV show than ever appeared on any albums. That would be interesting to have, too.)

  48. For fans of horror television music.

    Episode 17 – Thriller – The Poisoner (1961)
    http://goldsmithodyssey.buzzsprout.com/159614/944720-episode-17-thriller-the-poisoner-1961

    The Goldsmith Odyssey will be spending quite a bit of time with the classic anthology TV show Thriller in 2019, and we’ve got the perfect special guest to kick off our examination of the series: Leigh Phillips, an award-winning composer, orchestrator, and conductor best-known for reconstructing classic film scores like Exodus, The Salamander, King of Kings, and many more. Phillips is also responsible for two wonderful volumes featuring new recordings of Goldsmith’s Thriller music, including selections from the episode we’re spotlighting this time around: “The Poisoner.” Inspired by a true story about an infamous English murderer, the tale gives Goldsmith an opportunity to serve up a rich, harpsichord-driven gothic horror score built around a deceptively attractive main theme. In addition to examining the episode and its score, we chat with Leigh about his relationship with Goldsmith’s music and his career in general.​

    Music in this Episode
    0:02 – "Even the Cat?"
    6:50 – "The Final Conflict" from Omen III: The Final Conflict (Reconstruction)
    10:18 – "The Fight for Peace" from Exodus (Ernest Gold, Reconstruction)
    16:16 – "The Dress Waltz" from Legend
    21:09 – "The Car Chase" from The Salamander (Reconstruction)
    27:22 – "End Titles" from Thriller: "The Grim Reaper"
    51:39 – "Prologue" (Reconstruction)
    56:02 – "To the Past" (Reconstruction)
    59:20 – "The Cast" (also the "End Titles") (Reconstruction)
    1:02:14 – "My Perfect Bride"
    1:04:18 – "Preparing the Ring"
    1:08:58 – "Good Riddance" (Reconstruction)
    1:11:34 – "Roxy Loses" from Basic Instinct
    1:13:14 – "Business to Discuss" (Reconstruction)
    1:15:06 – "Kaeti Has a Plan" from The Blue Max (Reconstruction)
    1:18:12 – "George Chokes"
    1:19:21 – "Doctor's Orders"
    1:24:03 – "Take Your Medicine"
    1:29:06 – "Even the Cat?"
    1:31:04 – "Off to Jail"
    1:34:40 – "Griffith Released"
    1:48:12 – "Unbearable Agony Infinitely Prolonged"
    1:52:48 – "A Poetic Death"
    1:55:39 – "Perfect Wife" (Reconstruction)

    In Depth
    Jerry Goldsmith interviewed by Jon Burlingame for the Archive of American Television Part 3 of 4 (May 8th, 2002)

  49. JohnHopper

    Jerry Goldsmith interviewed by Jon Burlingame for the Archive of American Television Part 3 of 4 (May 8th, 2002)

    I don't understand why Jerry Goldsmith seems embarrassed about having composed the theme to Barnaby Jones. I've always liked that theme.

  50. rjd0309

    I don't understand why Jerry Goldsmith seems embarrassed about having composed the theme to Barnaby Jones. I've always liked that theme.

    Right? The theme and Lee Meriwether are the best part of the series.

  51. THE BARON: ORIGINAL SOUNDTRACK (CD)

    £13.43

    Release Date: 24 May 2019
    Number of Discs: 1
    Label: Network

    Product Description
    Previously unreleased on CD and compiled from the original analogue master tapes, this release comprises the theme and existing incidental scores for The Baron containing around 70 pieces of music which were especially composed for the series. Edwin Astley's dynamic score captures the international adventures experienced by John Mannering alias the Baron an antiques dealer whose global exploits lead him headlong into theft, revenge and murder! Includes liner notes by archive television historian Andrew Pixley.

    Track Listing
    1-29 Diplomatic Immunity
    30-43 Portrait of Louisa
    44-69 Portrait of Louisa session library cues
    70 The High Terrace
    71-74 Alternate Takes
    75 End Titles

    https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B07PXRG…olid=1FXCPDWFWYGRP&psc=0&ref_=lv_ov_lig_dp_it

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  52. rjd0309

    I don't understand why Jerry Goldsmith seems embarrassed about having composed the theme to Barnaby Jones. I've always liked that theme.

    I guess if you put it that way, then maybe VEI's all-in-one might be worth the money, despite all the flaws!

  53. bmasters9

    I guess if you put it that way, then maybe VEI's all-in-one might be worth the money, despite all the flaws!

    Despite my love for the series, I just can't stomach the idea of buying edited episodes. I'll just have to make do with CBS' (unedited) release of season one.

  54. rjd0309

    I don't understand why Jerry Goldsmith seems embarrassed about having composed the theme to Barnaby Jones. I've always liked that theme.

    Jerry Goldsmith was one of the most brilliant and accomplished film composers in history. He provided amazing music for some of Hollywood's most horrible films. In fact, the awful films he scored far outweigh the good. Why was he embarrassed about Barnaby Jones? It's far from the crummiest project he was attached to.

  55. ScottRE

    Jerry Goldsmith was one of the most brilliant and accomplished film composers in history. He provided amazing music for some of Hollywood's most horrible films. In fact, the awful films he scored far outweigh the good. Why was he embarrassed about Barnaby Jones? It's far from the crummiest project he was attached to.

    Where's the source on this? Another one I heard is the reason there's no official complete release of SUGARLAND EXPRESS is because Williams is embarrassed by it.

    Again, if there's a source, I'd like to see it.

  56. ScottRE

    Jerry Goldsmith was one of the most brilliant and accomplished film composers in history. He provided amazing music for some of Hollywood's most horrible films. In fact, the awful films he scored far outweigh the good. Why was he embarrassed about Barnaby Jones? It's far from the crummiest project he was attached to.

    Right? As I've heard film and TV scores over the years, it has become easy to identify some composers. Sudden snare-drum-and-trumpet sting? Hey, that's Nelson Riddle's number 7 Beef & Cheese. Endlessly repetitive violins? Bernard Herrmann, without a doubt.

    But Jerry Goldsmith is so good, that he doesn't have an identifiable style. (Not to my ears, anyway.) He shifts from one style to another, depending upon the project. Sad that he is not with us anymore.

  57. rjd0309

    Right? As I've heard film and TV scores over the years, it has become easy to identify some composers. Sudden snare-drum-and-trumpet sting? Hey, that's Nelson Riddle's number 7 Beef & Cheese. Endlessly repetitive violins? Bernard Herrmann, without a doubt.

    But Jerry Goldsmith is so good, that he doesn't have an identifiable style. (Not to my ears, anyway.) He shifts from one style to another, depending upon the project. Sad that he is not with us anymore.

    The Sudden snare-drum and trumpet sting isn't that Batman villain The Riddler's theme? Bernard and his strings will always be easily recognizable because of a certain shower scene.

    Jerry's Stark Trek scores are quite identifiable I would say especially to Trekies and some film composer enthusiasts as well.

  58. ScottRE

    Oh, Jerry had a very identifiable style…it was just not "the same thing every score." Unlike Leonard Rosenmann, for example, he grew and experimented. He was a true genius.

    Keep in mind that Goldsmith started from the mid-50's as an obscure composer for live tv so his style tended to change to fit in the specific decade and moreover he has different sides to different genres:
    his gloomy New Vienna School leaning
    his jazzistic tropism
    his melancholic/intimistic touch
    his martial orientation
    his light 60's mod style
    his western style
    to name but a few.
    When he first worked in the 50's, he was under the influence of Newman and Herrmann.
    You have to wait for the 60's to see his signature blossomed.

  59. He's one of the few composers whose work I love in any era. His earliest film work (City of Fear, The Spiral Road, Studs Lonigan – Johnny Williams on piano) are exceptionally strong. Then his 60's TV scores were very inventive: Thriller, The Man from Uncle, Jericho, his brief work on Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea, to name a few.

    He exploded in the 70's thanks to The Omen, Alien and Star Trek. After that, he was the action composer of choice. Any film, no matter how low budget, seemed to make room for him. Sadly, he kept getting jobs in the shadow of John Williams, who was getting high profile films while Jerry was getting the knock-offs: Supergirl, King Solomon's Mines, Leviathan, U.S. Marshals, etc,. However, when he got films like the Rambo franchise and Total Recall…good lord! Air Force One is also one of my favorite of his latter scores, with even Joel McNeely assisting seamlessly. The River Wild is also exceptional.

  60. JohnHopper

    THE BARON: ORIGINAL SOUNDTRACK (CD)

    £13.43

    Release Date: 24 May 2019
    Number of Discs: 1
    Label: Network

    Product Description
    Previously unreleased on CD and compiled from the original analogue master tapes, this release comprises the theme and existing incidental scores for The Baron containing around 70 pieces of music which were especially composed for the series. Edwin Astley's dynamic score captures the international adventures experienced by John Mannering alias the Baron an antiques dealer whose global exploits lead him headlong into theft, revenge and murder! Includes liner notes by archive television historian Andrew Pixley.

    Track Listing
    1-29 Diplomatic Immunity
    30-43 Portrait of Louisa
    44-69 Portrait of Louisa session library cues
    70 The High Terrace
    71-74 Alternate Takes
    75 End Titles

    https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B07PXRG…olid=1FXCPDWFWYGRP&psc=0&ref_=lv_ov_lig_dp_it

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    Baron (The): Original Soundtrack
    £8.33

    PRE-ORDER DEAL: 20% OFF £12.50 NETWORKONAIR PRICE IF ORDERED BEFORE RELEASE DATE OF 20 MAY 2019.
    LIMITED EDITION DIGIPAK PACKAGING – WHILE STOCKS LAST!!!

    https://networkonair.com/exclusives/2856-baron-the-original-soundtrack

  61. JohnHopper

    Baron (The): Original Soundtrack
    £8.33

    PRE-ORDER DEAL: 20% OFF £12.50 NETWORKONAIR PRICE IF ORDERED BEFORE RELEASE DATE OF 20 MAY 2019.
    LIMITED EDITION DIGIPAK PACKAGING – WHILE STOCKS LAST!!!

    https://networkonair.com/exclusives/2856-baron-the-original-soundtrack

    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.

  62. Jeff Flugel

    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.

    My deepest wish is that Network release my favorite ITC series on Blu-ray with English subtitles:
    the long format Danger Man (1964-1966).

  63. 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-qui…nd-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

    View attachment 57772

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  65. 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/

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  66. 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].

  67. JohnHopper

    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-qui…nd-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

    View attachment 57772

    Hi friends,

    I just received my set and listened to it during my workout and boy, this is a bomb!
    Highly recommended!

  68. THE GOLDSMITH ODYSSEY
    Episode 19 – The Twilight Zone – Dust (1961)

    MAY 30, 2019 | SEASON 2 | EPISODE 8

    DURATION
    01:35:28

    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:

  69. 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
  70. JohnHopper

    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

    Jeff, don't wait for too long to get this CD set.
    I'm currently listening to it: on my car, at the gym.

  71. JohnHopper

    Jeff, don't wait for too long to get this CD set.
    I'm currently listening to it: on my car, at the gym.

    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.

  72. Jeff Flugel

    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.

    I advise you to get with it Goldsmith's Archer (a 1975 detective series) that blend with the QM set perfectly.

  73. 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.

    View attachment 61319

  74. 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.

  75. 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.

  76. Gary16

    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.

    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!

  77. LouA

    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!

    :laugh::laugh::laugh:

    Excellent point, Lou.

  78. THE GOLDSMITH ODYSSEY

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

    https://goldsmithodyssey.buzzsprout…pisode-21-the-twilight-zone-the-invaders-1961

    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].

  79. TZ S2 E15: The Invaders

    REVIEW
    It’s a crude and repetitive ‘survival’ segment that plays like a silent film in which music, sound effects and grunts punctuate the drama. It shows how a lonely farm woman reacts to the intrusion of science and here in the confrontation to a spaceship and an alien invasion: you witness a sociological viewpoint expressed with broad strokes and it tends to describe the woman as a wild mute cave female. I wonder if this takes place in the XIXth century which would make it as a western narrative so in that case it would be the companion piece to “Execution” in terms of human contrast. It’s considered as a fine segment by many people but it doesn’t work for me because the main drawback of the tale is the childish tin can toys that are supposed to be astronauts and ruins the realism of the situation. Picture if you will, the ludicrous situation of an old woman crushing kids toys! But on the second thoughts, I find it experimental and radical, especially the twist ending that reveals the origin of the spaceship: US Air Force, Space Probe N° 1. It still remains an over-rated segment that is laborious. Even writer Richard Matheson didn’t like how his script was shot.

    Find another season 2 drama (see “Eye of the Beholder”, “The Lateness of the Hour”) centered around a woman fearing the unknown and the first alien contact entry but from a reversed perspective. It’s literally a one-woman show and a horror fable. It’s the second script by Richard Matheson after “Nick of Time” during season 2. The high point is the tense strings/piano/bells-filled score a la Hermann’s Psycho by Jerry Goldsmith that can be linked to his corpus on the horror anthology Thriller (1960-1962). The score was so good that it was tracked on The Fugitive to a greater effect. The alien spaceship is recycled from Forbidden Planet: see the season 1 “Third from the Sun” (also written by Richard Matheson) and “The Monsters are Due on Maple Street” and in both we witness again a civilisation contrast.

  80. The complete soundtrack CD of The New Avengers is problematic
    because of the master tapes. There used to be an incomplete music release
    (The Music of Laurie Johnson Vol. 3 : The New Avengers) as part of a 3-CD set of Laurie Johnson's body of work.

    Disc 1

    Original Recording
    1. The Midas Touch – complete episode score – 14 cues
    2. To Catch A Rat – complete episode score – 23 cues
    3. House Of Cards – complete episode score – 19 cues
    4. The Last Of The Cybernauts…? – 1 cue

    Re-Recording
    5. Tale Of The Big Why
    6. Obsession
    7. Cat Amongst The Pigeons
    8. A Flavour Of The New Avengers
    9. The New Avengers – End Titles

    View attachment 62148

    Suite from “The Midas Touch”

    1. Freddie Sees The Midas Guards
    2. Main Title
    3. Search Continues By Midas Guards
    4. The Airport Chase
    5. Professor Turner And Obsession With Gold
    6. Turner Purdey And Gambit Give Chase
    7. Walk Away
    8. Red Mask Party Music *
    9. Contamination
    10. Freddy's Death Driving Over Cliff
    11. Purdey At Pilton Down
    12. Purdey, A Prisoner
    13. Three To The Rescue
    14. End Titles

    *: groovy funky music heard during a masked ball party in a mansion.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uWWb0Koeb7s

    View attachment 62149

  81. JohnHopper

    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.

    View attachment 61319

    Latest update
    release date: 23 Oct. – Thu, 28 Nov.

  82. THE QUINN MARTIN COLLECTION – VOLUME 2: THE INVADERS – LIMITED EDITION (2-CD SET)

    Limited Edition: 2000 Units
    Release Date: October 17, 2019

    DESCRIPTION
    Music by Dominic Frontiere, Duane Tatro, Richard Markowitz, Irving Gertz, Sydney Cutner.

    From Jon Burlingame:
    "None of this would have been possible without The Film Music Society, which supplied all of the original INVADERS tapes it inherited from the Quinn Martin music library."

    "Disc 1 is all Dominic Frontiere, drawn from his three original INVADERS scores. Disc 2 contains excerpts from the other 11 original scores done for the series (five of them by the underrated Duane Tatro)."

    WARNING
    Be prepared because there is a risk of sell-out!

    View attachment 63746

  83. JohnHopper

    THE QUINN MARTIN COLLECTION – VOLUME 2: THE INVADERS – LIMITED EDITION (2-CD SET)

    Limited Edition: 2000 Units
    Release Date: October 17, 2019

    DESCRIPTION
    Music by Dominic Frontiere, Duane Tatro, Richard Markowitz, Irving Gertz, Sydney Cutner.

    From Jon Burlingame:
    "None of this would have been possible without The Film Music Society, which supplied all of the original INVADERS tapes it inherited from the Quinn Martin music library."

    "Disc 1 is all Dominic Frontiere, drawn from his three original INVADERS scores. Disc 2 contains excerpts from the other 11 original scores done for the series (five of them by the underrated Duane Tatro)."

    WARNING
    Be prepared because there is a risk of sell-out!

    View attachment 63746

    Where is your source please for this information?? Is this a La La Land release?? I've Googled and not had any luck finding anything on this release.

    EDIT: Yep, it's a LaLa Land release. Just found out via the FSM forums and it's on their Facebook page. I already have volume One so look forward to volume 2.

  84. JohnHopper

    THE QUINN MARTIN COLLECTION – VOLUME 2: THE INVADERS – LIMITED EDITION (2-CD SET)

    Limited Edition: 2000 Units
    Release Date: October 17, 2019

    DESCRIPTION
    Music by Dominic Frontiere, Duane Tatro, Richard Markowitz, Irving Gertz, Sydney Cutner.

    From Jon Burlingame:
    "None of this would have been possible without The Film Music Society, which supplied all of the original INVADERS tapes it inherited from the Quinn Martin music library."

    "Disc 1 is all Dominic Frontiere, drawn from his three original INVADERS scores. Disc 2 contains excerpts from the other 11 original scores done for the series (five of them by the underrated Duane Tatro)."

    WARNING
    Be prepared because there is a risk of sell-out!

    View attachment 63746

    Countdown: minus 10 days before the landing of The Invaders at La La Land Records. Get ready!

  85. With only 2000 copies this is going to be sold out within days I reckon. I live in the UK which means I have to stay up until midnight for new releases to go 'Live', on LLL website but I'll be there on the dot for this one.

  86. JoeDoakes

    What’s the statusnof potential releases for Kolchak and The Munsters? I would have thought they’d be out by now

    According to LLL sound engineer Mike Matessino, no more vintage television releases in 2019. Meaning, wait for 2020.

  87. JoeDoakes

    What’s the statusnof potential releases for Kolchak and The Munsters? I would have thought they’d be out by now

    The Munsters? I didn't hear anything about the Munsters in the works, besides that rerelease that Real Gone Music is doing.

    –James

  88. JohnHopper

    According to LLL sound engineer Mike Matessino, no more vintage television releases in 2019. Meaning, wait for 2020.

    Sir, that can't be true. Black Friday is coming, and my hopes are huge for classic tv soundtracks being released.
    James

  89. JohnHopper

    To all vintage soundtracks aficionados,

    La La Land and Universal plan to release some major television series music from 2019 and it will include:
    The Munsters
    The Six Million Dollar Man (1974-1978)
    Kolchak: The Night Stalker (1974-1975)

    Get ready to support these releases when time come.

    This post from a year ago is why I asked the question.

  90. JoeDoakes

    This post from a year ago is why I asked the question.

    It was officially announced in 2018 by LLL as part of the Universal Heritage program.

    From La La Land Records
    "TV – yes at some point, with Night Stalker, Munsters, 6 Million Dollar Man at the top of the list."

  91. We're lucky to get an Invaders release because the estate of Dominic Frontiere has no Invaders master tapes.

    Let's wait and see for the 2020 LLL releases … I'm sure we will witness some good vintage television releases.

    Fingers crossed for Kolchak and Steve Austin.

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