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Bernard Herrmann, Nathan Van Cleave, Fred Steiner, Jeff Alexander, Jerry Goldsmith - The Twilight Zone V (The Original Television Scores) MP3

Bernard Herrmann, Nathan Van Cleave, Fred Steiner, Jeff Alexander, Jerry Goldsmith - The Twilight Zone V (The Original Television Scores) MP3

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Performer: Bernard Herrmann, Nathan Van Cleave, Fred Steiner, Jeff Alexander, Jerry Goldsmith
Title: The Twilight Zone V (The Original Television Scores)
Country: Japan
Released: 01 Apr 1992
Style: Score, Soundtrack, Neo-Classical, Neo-Romantic, Ragtime
Category: Radio & TV
Rating: 4.0
Catalog #: SLCS-7084
Label: Soundtrack Listeners Communications Inc.

Tracklist

1I Sing The Body Electric
Composed By – Nathan Van Cleave
11:41
2The Passerby
Composed By – Fred Steiner
12:58
3Alternate Main Title #2
Composed By – Bernard Herrmann
0:29
4The Trouble With Templeton
Composed By – Jeff Alexander
11:46
5Alternate End Title #2
Composed By – Bernard Herrmann
1:07
6Dust
Composed By – Jerry Goldsmith
11:33


Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
STV 81205Various The Twilight Zone Volume Five ‎(LP, Album)Varèse SarabandeSTV 81205US1985


Credits

  • Liner NotesJohn A. Vonde, Hiro Wada
  • Mastered By [Digital Preparation]Joe Gastwirt
  • Photography By [Courtesy Of]The David Ichikawa Collection
  • Producer [For Varèse Sarabande Records], Edited By, Technician [Sequenced By]Risty
  • Technician [Prepared For Release In Japan By]Yasuhiro Wada


Notes

Soundtrack Listeners Communications Inc. 1992 CD reissue of the fifth volume in a series of LP releases by Varèse Sarabande with the same configuration (STV 81205), featuring the second alternate main and end titles by Bernard Herrmann, and selected episode scores by Nathan Van Cleave, Fred Steiner, Jeff Alexander, and Jerry Goldsmith, all performed by an unidentified studio orchestra. The packaging features a twelve-page foldout booklet with liner notes in English by John A. Vonde, and additional liner notes in Japanese by Yasuhiro Wada, as well as both a publicity photo of creator Rod Serling and photos from the selected episodes on the interior pages; and color front and back covers, the former featuring a reproduction of the original LP cover, and the latter featuring track information in both English and Japanese.

Special Thanks to Harry Heitzer, Robert Drasnin, and Don Ray .

The title of Track 3 is misspelled as "The Passerby" throughout the packaging (The correct spelling is "The Passersby"!), but hasn't been changed for the Tracklisting section as per [g1.7.3.]


Barcodes

  • Barcode: none
  • Matrix / Runout: SLCS-7084 1A1 C 23 48
  • Mastering SID Code: none
  • Mould SID Code: none
  • Rights Society: JASRAC
  • SPARS Code: ADD


Companies

  • Licensed To – Soundtrack Listeners Communications Inc.
  • Manufactured By – SLC Inc.
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Soundtrack Listeners Communications Inc.
  • Copyright (c) – CBS Entertainment


Album

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