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Performer: Mark Ayres
Genre: Electronic / Stage & Screen
Album: Doctor Who - The Greatest Show In The Galaxy
Released: 1992
Style: Soundtrack, Modern Classical, Score, Experimental
MP3 version ZIP size: 1355 mb
FLAC version RAR size: 1872 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1581 mb
Rating: 4.3
Votes: 227
Other Formats: AHX DXD ADX MIDI MP2 MP4 MP1


Tracklist

1 Introduction: 'Doctor Who' 1:35
2 The Psychic Rap 0:49
3 Invitation To Segonax 3:55
4 Bellboy And Flowerchild 1:43
5 A Warning 0:50
6 Fellow Explorers 1:51
7 The Robot Attacks 1:06
8 Something Sinister 2:47
9 'Welcome One And All!' 1:16
10 The Circus Ring 2:17
11 Deadbeat 0:38
12 Eavesdropping 4:06
13 'Let Me Entertain You' / Stone Archway 4:12
14 The Well 4:23
15 Powers On The Move 2:42
16 Sifting Dreams 3:14
17 Survival Of The Fittest 2:01
18 Bellboy's Sacrifice 2:59
19 Plans 2:11
20 The Werewolf / 'Request Stop' 5:50
21 The Gods Of Ragnarok 3:42
22 Playing For Time 10:21
23 Entry Of The Psychic Clowns 3:28
24 Liberty Who 2:25
25 Psychic Carnival 2:03
26 Coda: Kingpin's New Circus 0:36
27 Epilogue: 'Doctor Who' 2:56

Companies, etc.

  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – BBC Enterprises Ltd.
  • Copyright (c) – Silva Screen Records Ltd.

Credits

  • Arranged By, Performer, Producer, Engineer – Mark Ayres
  • Composed By – Mark Ayres (tracks: 2 to 26), Ron Grainer (tracks: 1, 27)
  • Cover [Cover Composition] – Alistair Pearson, David Stoner, Mark Ayres
  • Executive-Producer – Reynold da Silva
  • Illustration [Cover Illustration] – Alistair Pearson
  • Layout, Design, Typography – Stephen Moore

Notes

Original television soundtrack. Originally recorded between July and October 1988. Originally transmitted in 4 episodes between Wednesday 14 December 1988 and Wednesday 4 January 1989.
Tracks 1 and 27 are new arrangements of the Doctor Who theme not used on the original episodes.
Track 2 is the backing track for the Ringmaster's 'rap' introductions, used in several places in the original episodes.
Tracks 3 to 22, 26 are the incidental score, presented in story order (with consecutive cues combined into longer tracks). Individual cues are identified with index points.
Tracks 23 to 25 are circus background tracks used in various scenes as background music.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 5 014929 011424