Saturday, November 30, 2019

Doctor Who original television soundtrack..series one and by Murray Gold

Murray Gold, The BBC National Orchestra Of Wales Conducted By Ben Foster ‎– Doctor Who (Original Television Soundtrack)
Genre: Electronic, Rock, Stage and Screen
Style: Soundtrack, Modern Classical, Score, Pop Rock
Year: 2006

Doctor Who Theme (TV Version) 0:41
Westminster Bridge 2:08
The Doctor's Theme 1:18
Cassandra's Waltz 3:08
Slitheen 1:22
Father's Day 1:55
Rose In Peril 1:40
Boom Town Suite 3:02
I'm Coming To Get You 1:12
Hologram 2:15
Rose Defeats The Daleks 2:31
Clockwork TARDIS 1:18
Harriet Jones, Prime Minister 2:13
Rose's Theme 2:14
Song For Ten 3:29
The Face Of Boe 1:16
UNIT 1:44
Seeking The Doctor 0:44
Madame De Pompadour 3:44
Tooth And Claw 3:50
The Lone Dalek 4:59
New Adventures 2:19
Finding Jackie 0:54
Monster Bossa 1:37
The Daleks 3:01
The Cybermen 4:32
Doomsday 5:09
The Impossible Planet 3:11
Sycorax Encounter 1:13
Love Don't Roam 3:57
Doctor Who Theme (Album Version) 2:36

Thursday, November 14, 2019

The Good, The Bad and The Ugly...original motion picture by Ennio Morricone

One of the all-time great Western scores, restored to its original length-that means an additional 10 tracks! A spaghetti-flavored treat for soundtrack collectors!

The concluding chapter of director Sergio Leone's epochal Man With No Name trilogy ushered film scorer Ennio Morricone into the pop mainstream courtesy of a hit cover of its main title by American Hugo Montenegro. More importantly, it both showcased the composer's spectacularly inventive range and set him up for even greater triumphs to come with Leone and others. But aficionados of il Maestro Morricone's G,B&U soundtrack knew its original editions contained but the main thematic/musical elements of the spaghetti western epic -- until now. 

The addition of ten previously unissued cues on this newly remastered edition render the landmark score in its full glory, nearly doubling its running time in the bargain. While some of these new elements are but spare, haunting reworkings of familiar motifs (including Allessandro Allessandroni's trademark guitar riffs and the chilling vocal shrieks the composer used to evoke the howling of coyotes) that help expand its emotional dynamic, others like "Sentenza," "La Missione San Antonio" (a haunting instrumental version of "A Soldier's Story" that effectively presages his elegiac Once Upon A Time in The West and "Il Bandito Monco" significantly add to its expansive scope, firmly restating its claim as Morricone's first true classic. -- Jerry McCulley (

Tuesday, November 5, 2019

2012...original motion picture by Harald Kloser and Thomas Wander

Original soundtrack to the 2009 blockbuster. Features a score by Harold Kloser and Thomas Wander plus tracks from Adam Lambert ('Time For Miracles') and Filter ('Fades Like A Photograph'). 2012 is the Roland Emmerich-directed film about the end of the world, Starring John Cusack, Amanda Peet and Woody Harrelson, amongst others.

Kloser creates a great story with the music, and is a good mix of touching themes and pounding excitement. His style is consistent, and in the same vein as The Day after tomorrow, but totally different in the treatment of this really awesome movie. The visual and auditory components of this movie go very well together.

This music fits each and every change of situation perfectly. The music definitely added suspense, depth and imagination quality to the film.