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The Definitive Movie Themes Collection

The Definitive Movie Themes Collection
The Definitive Movie Themes Collection

1 Dark Fate (From “Terminator: Dark Fate”) 4:20
2 Come Back to Us (From”1917″) 5:45
3 Bathroom Dance (From “Joker”) 2:12
4 Captain Marvel (From “Captain Marvel”) 2:13
5 Motorball (From “Alita: Battle Angel”) 5:13
6 String Quartet in G Minor (From “Knives Out”) 1:47
7 What I Love About Charlie (From “Marriage Story”) 3:54
8 Kingdom of Atlantis (From “Aquaman”) 3:28
9 Supermarine (From “Dunkirk”) 8:10
10 Life Must Have It’s Mysteries (From “Inferno”) 3:57
11 We Own This Sky (From “Chappie”) 4:21
12 Fate and Destiny (From “Brave”) 4:23
13 Snow White (From “Snow White and the Huntsman”) 3:36
14 Ted (End Titles) [From “Ted”] 5:07
15 I Drive (From “Drive”) 2:02
16 Sky Fight / End Credits (From “Immortals”) 2:17
17 Super 8 Suite (From “Super 8”) 6:10
18 Alice’s Theme (From “Alice In Wonderland”) 5:05
19 I Want To Go Home (From “The Karate Kid”) 5:00
20 Main Theme (From “The Expendables”) 3:18
21 Clock Tick (From “A Single Man”) 1:54
22 End Credits (From “Changeling”) 6:57
23 Linda Looks for Love (From “Burn After Reading”) 2:53
24 Return of the Lion / Arrival at Aslan’s How (From “The Chronicles of Narnia: Prince Caspian”) 6:23
25 25 Dollars Worth (From “Michael Clayton”) 6:43
26 Caskets (From “American Gangster”) 2:37
27 Open Spaces (From “There Will Be Blood”) 3:56
28 H.R.H. (From “The Queen”) 3:54
29 The People’s Princess (From “The Queen”) 4:11
30 Prologue (From “Birth”) 4:08
31 Eternal Sunshine Of The Spotless Mind 2:16
32 Lujon (From “The Big Lebowski”) 2:42
33 Broken Arrow – Theme (From “Broken Arrow”) 3:50
34 Dragon’s Heartbeat (From “Dragon: The Bruce Lee Story”) 5:09
35 Somewhere In My Memory [Instrumental] (From “Home Alone”) 3:24
36 Once Upon a Time…Storybook Love (From “Princess Bride”) 4:03
37 Through The Window (From “Cocoon”) 3:02
38 El Bimbo (From “Police Academy”) aka The Blue Oyster Club Theme 1:50
39 Paris, Texas (From “Paris, Texas”) 2:52
40 The Whammer Strikes Out (From “The Natural”) 1:58
41 The Chase (From “Midnight Express”) 6:29
42 Gonna Fly Now (From “Rocky”) 2:47
43 Enter The Dragon (Main Theme) [From “Enter The Dragon”] 2:25
44 South American Getaway (From “Butch Cassidy and The Sundance Kid”) 5:21
45 Getta Bloomin’ Move On (From “The Italian Job”) 3:22
46 It’s Caper Time (From “The Italian Job”) 3:17
47 Bullitt Main Title Theme (From “Bullitt”) 2:10
48 Baby Elephant Walk (From “Hatari”) 2:40
49 Dance of the Cuckoos (From “Laurel and Hardy”) 3:02


Music by Barry Gray

In September 1965 a dramatic countdown, 5-4-3-2-1, echoed on television sets across the United Kingdom. The steely voice of Jeff Tracy showcased a remarkable collection of spacecraft and an equally remarkable set of brothers. Thunderbirds were go!

Producers Gerry and Sylvia Anderson had launched a programme that has now become part of the British psyche, embedded for all time in our culture. The leap from 30 minute episodes of previous productions Supercar, Fireball XL5 and Stingray into an hour long slot enabled their marionette puppetry to enter into a new miniature world packed with fully developed characters, a wide array of vehicles on the ground, air and sea plus a stunning repertoire of special effects.

A major beneficiary to these new extended adventures was accomplished regular, Anderson composer, Barry Gray, who now had the canvas to work his magic across a wider spectrum of drama, thrills and themes. From the cascading strings which dance around the melody of the main theme’s title march, to the brooding and foreboding brass which effortlessly added drama to many tense unfolding rescues, Barry Gray’s distinctive score composed for Thunderbirds is as much of a character in the series as one of the Tracy brothers.

This third release follows the success of the UFO and Supercar soundtracks issued in conjunction with Fanderson and brings together music from series one and two. Delving deep into the Barry Gray music archives, this collection of 37 tracks features a wide range of material from the composer’s original source tapes.

1. Thunderbirds Main Titles
2. The Hood and London Airport – Trapped in the Sky
3. Tracy Island and Thunderbirds Are Go!
4. Fireflash Landing – Trapped in the Sky
5. Tracy Lounge Piano – Trapped in the Sky
6. Penny in Paris – The Perils of Penelope
7. International Rescue to the Rescue – The Perils of Penelope
8. Monorail Drama – The Perils of Penelope
9. Espionage on the French Riviera – The Man from MI5
10. Sidewinder – Pit of Peril
11. The Pit – Pit of Peril
12. Recovery – Pit of Peril
13. A Night in Spoke City – 30 Minutes After Noon
14. Expedition – Desperate Intruder
15. The Hood vs International Rescue – Desperate Intruder
16. Evil Plan – Edge of Impact
17. Tower of Terror – Edge of Impact
18. Avalanche – End of the Road
19. Eddie on Tracy Island – End of the Road
20. The Rescue – End of the Road
21. Christmas with the Tracy Family – Give or Take a Million
22. San Miguel Bridge – Move and You’re Dead
23. Finding the Fireflash- Operation Crash Dive
24. KLA Collision – Ricochet
25. The Launch – Sun Probe
26. Heading for the Sun – Sun Probe
27. The Cass Carnaby Set – The Cham-Cham
28. Dangerous Game – The Cham-Cham
29. Jeremiah – The Impostors
30. The Pyramid of Khamandides – The Uninvited
31. The Vault – Vault of Death
32. Light-Fingered Fred – Vault of Death
33. San Martino – Path of Destruction
34. World Exclusive Foiled – Terror in New York City
35. Ned Cook in Trouble – Terror in New York City
36. Thunderbird 4 – Terror in New York City
37. Thunderbirds End Titles

The Symphonic Sound of Motown

The Symphonic Sound Of Motown

The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra perform the Classic Hits of Motown

“This is one of the most exquisite albums I’ve listened to in years” – Lamont Dozier

One of the world’s greatest music ensembles, The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, together with a 50 piece choir go on a unique journey to bring a totally new approach to some of the greatest pop music ever written.

Prime Motown hits are given exhilarating new arrangements that deliver powerful, almost cinematic versions of these essential songs, all with a subtle twist.

I Hear A Symphony acts as an overture on an unique journey through hits that include I Heard It Through The Grapevine, Three Times A Lady and What Becomes Of The Broken Hearted.

This classic cocktail of symphonic melodies is shaken, stirred and poured liberally over 14 songs that re-imagine the music that defined a generation and continues to do so.

The album was recorded at Britain’s legendary recording studio, Abbey Road, home of The Beatles, Pink Floyd, Kate Bush and many more.

1. I Hear A Symphony (Overture)
2. Dancing In The Street
3. I Heard It Through The Grapevine
4. Get Ready
5. My Girl
6. Three Times A Lady
7. Papa Was A Rollin’ Stone
8. Just My Imagination (Running Away With Me)
9. For Once In My Life
10. Touch Me In The Morning
11. What’s Going On
12. What Becomes Of The Brokenhearted
13. Someday We’ll Be Together
14. I Hear A Symphony (Finale)

Doctor Who: The Visitation

The Visitation

Music by Paddy Kingsland and the BBC Radiophonic Workshop

“The Visitation was the fourth adventure in the nineteenth season of Doctor Who, and in late 1981 I went over to Shepherds Bush for a meeting with the director Peter Moffatt to view the edited tape of episode one. My Radiophonic Workshop colleague Dick Mills, who was providing electronic sound effects, was also present. We would decide whether each sequence would be better served by an emphasis on effects or music. It is easy to reach a state of affairs where the music and effects fight each other; by simplifying one or other at the outset saves later difficulties.

The score is quite sombre although there are elements of ‘yea verily’ type music to set some scenes, which have a lighter texture. I played all the parts, using the synthesisers of the day, Oberheim, Roland and ARP, adding bass guitar plus drums and cymbals… not to mention my trusty Fender Mustang guitar.

It is curious listening to the music nearly 40 years later; it brings back so many memories of my times at the BBC and I feel privileged to have been allowed to contribute something to a programme that has been enjoyed by so many people down the years.”

– Paddy Kingsland

1. Doctor Who 1980 (Opening Titles)
2. Have you Seen the Sky?
3. Heathrow, 1666
4. Richard Mace & The Miller
5. A Fascinating Wall
6. An Incredible Illusion
7. Death in the Cellar
8. Activation
9. Grim
10. The Poacher and his Friends
11. Looking for the Miller / Not Again!
12. Trouble at the Mill
13. Laying a Trap
14. More Trouble at the Mill
15. Oh for a Proper Key
16. The End for us All
17. A Final Visitation
18. Almost Your Old Self
19. Eureka!
20. The Sonic Booster
21. Almost as if we were Expected
22. The Great Fire
23. Doctor Who Closing Title Theme
24. Activation (Unused Version 1)
25. Not Again! (Unused Version 1)

Doctor Who: The Sun Makers

The Sun Makers

Music by Dudley Simpson

Composer Dudley Simpson’s first contribution to Doctor Who was his music for Planet of Giants (starring William Hartnell as the first Doctor) in 1964. By the end of the 1960s he was the programme’s ‘go to’ composer, scoring a total of 294 episodes up until his last, The Horns of Nimon, in 1979.

Looking purely at the 1970s, encompassing the episodes starring Jon Pertwee as the third Doctor and Tom Baker as the fourth (seasons 7 to 17) there were 58 stories over 272 episodes, with Dudley scoring 51 (234 episodes). An amazing body of work; and that’s just Doctor Who, let alone Blake’s Seven, Moonbase 3, Target, Paul Temple, The Tomorrow People, The Brothers and many, many more. He started that period on Doctor Who using a very small orchestra, moved into working entirely at the BBC Radiophonic Workshop on EMS synthesisers for a year (assisted by Brian Hodgson), then added percussion, then back to a small band with Radiophonic synth overdubs, until his final few episodes where the synth became part of the band. It is a shame therefore that only two complete scores from this era survive. One is The Mind of Evil, one of those EMS scores from 1971; the other is the one is this release, The Sun Makers from 1977

1. Doctor Who Opening Title Theme
2. Death and Taxes
3. Mahogany
4. One Thousand Metres
5. Six Suns
6. The Others
7. Subway 13
8. Subway 13 (Continued)
9. A Heart as Big as your Mouth
10. A Little Hop
11. Jelly Babies
12. Something in the Air
13. K9, Bite!
14. Humbug
15. The P45 Return Route
16. The P45 Return Route (Reprise)
17. Morton’s Fork
18. I’ve Heard That One, Too
19. The Rebellion Begins
20. Static Loop
21. The Steaming
22. The Steaming Continued
23. Gentlemen, Good Luck
24. Nobody Works Today
25. The Gatherer Excised
26. Doctor Who Closing Title Theme (53″ Version)

The Greatest Themes From The Spaghetti Westerns

The Greatest Themes From The Spaghetti Westerns

From the films of legendary directors like Quentin Tarantino and Sergio Leone… the timeless soundtracks of Ennio Morricone, Luis Bacalov and Riz Ortolani depict the iconic landscape of music, sounds and themes that defined an era.

Having left an undeniable mark on popular culture, the dramatic portrayals of America’s colourful past remain a cinematic staple, with the music so embedded in the genre that even a simple twang conjures the image of tumbleweeds rolling across the dry plains of the Wild Wild West. The album features music from A Fist Full of Dollars, The Good the Bad and the Ugly, Once Upon A Time in the West, For a Few Dollars More, Django Unchained.

The Greatest Themes From The Spaghetti Westerns is performed by London Music Works, Silva Screen’s own ensemble in residence for the past 12 years. Recording more than 30 albums for Silva Screen Records, London Music Works has excelled in inspired re-creations of iconic film and TV scores as well as in recording series of newly composed music (Re:Scored, The Nativity & the Silva Screen Originals series).

The press comments on London Music Works previous recordings: “London Music Works does a really incredible job of capturing the essence of what the music is… all really well put together and often sounds stunning.” – The Flickcast

“They completely blow the brains out and invite you to enter the world of lush strings and the exuberant mix of guitars and electronic percussion sounds.” – ScoreTrack.net

“What London Music Works has done with The Nativity is nothing short of breathtaking” – Review Graveyard.

“This (Music From How To Train Your Dragon) compilation has been thoroughly researched by someone at Silva Screen Records who not only loves Powell’s music, but also has an incredible ear for structuring a compilation album. This flows incredibly well, with one track seamlessly following from the next as though they were originally designed to work this way.” – Sci-Fi Online 10/10


– Volume One –
01. EL GRINGO – Alessandro Alessandroni

02. DJANGO From DJANGO – Luis Bacalov


04. MAIN THEME From DEATH RIDES A HORSE – Ennio Morricone

05. L’ARENA From THE MERCENARY – Ennio Morricone

06. A SILHOUETTE OF DOOM From NAVAJO JOE – Ennio Morricone

07. MAIN TITLE From NAVAJO JOE – Ennio Morricone

08. PARTE PRIMA From THE GRAND DUEL – Luis Bacalov

09. MAIN TITLES From THEY CALL ME TRINITY – Franco Micalizzi

10. DAY OF ANGER From DAY OF ANGER – Riz Ortolani


12. OPENING CREDITS From RUN MAN RUN – Ennio Morricone

– Volume Two –


02. MAIN THEME From A FISTFUL OF DOLLARS – Ennio Morricone


04. MAIN THEME From FOR A FEW DOLLARS MORE – Ennio Morricone





09. TRIO From THE GOOD, THE BAD AND THE UGLY – Ennio Morricone

10. MAIN TITLE From MY NAME IS NOBODY – Ennio Morricone

11. MY FAULT? From MY NAME IS NOBODY – Ennio Morricone

12. MAIN THEME From DUCK, YOU SUCKER! – Ennio Morricone

13. DOPO L’ESPLOSIONE From DUCK, YOU SUCKER! – Ennio Morricone




Doctor Who Series 12

Doctor Who Series 12
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Doctor Who returned on New Year’s Day with a thrilling new series full of scares and surprises. The series 12 soundtrack is now available to pre-order from Silva Screen Records.

Building on the character themes and dramatic musical landscapes created for Jodie Whittaker’s first series as the Thirteenth Doctor, composer Segun Akinola has created a mesmerizing and diverse collection of scores for the new adventures.

This two-volume collection showcases new themes for the Master and the Cyberman and celebrates the epic, action-packed storytelling in Series 12.

Segun Akinola is an alumnus of the Royal Birmingham Conservatoire and part of 2017’s BAFTA Breakthrough Brit programme.

Segun Akinola, Composer, said: “From the experimental sounds of ‘Orphan 55’ to the emotional rollercoaster of ‘The Timeless Children’, it’s been a complete joy working on the music for Series 12 and I hope that whilst listening to this album, fans can relive all their favourite moments.”

Chris Chibnall, Showrunner, said: “Segun’s music is a key component of the Thirteenth Doctor’s era – his extraordinarily eclectic, bold and emotional scores for the series are part of Doctor Who’s identity. From lush orchestral spy movie arrangements to experimental soundscapes, this collection showcases the range, ambition, precision and brilliance of Segun as a composer – and demonstrates how lucky Doctor Who is to have a composer of Segun’s calibre providing dynamic and fresh new scores every episode. No Doctor Who fan should be without it, and no lover of contemporary film scores should miss it.”


– Volume One –
1. Series 12 Opening Titles
2. The Attacks
3. Hold On
4. MI6
5. Beyond Your Understanding
6. Doctor, The Doctor
7. Going Undercover
8. The Spy Master
9. Don’t Panic
10. The Incredible Shrinking Device
11. Thank You
12. The Lie
13. Tranquility Spa
14. Stay Alive
15. One Possible Future
16. Big Fat Liar
17. The American Sense Of Humour
18. Official Eviction Notice
19. Superior Minds
20. The Future Is Mine
21. Judoon Warning Transmission
22. You Missed Me, Right?
23. Fugitive Identified
24. The Lighthouse
25. Something Is Coming For Me

– Volume Two –
1. Together And Alone
2. Praxeus
3. Three Idiots Roaming
4. Get Everyone Out
5. The Bloke Watching Your Dreams
6. His Eternal Partner
7. It’s Not Just You
8. Tales Of The Dead
9. A Traveller Moving Through Time
10. Quicksilver
11. She Was The Universe
12. Brendan
13. Be Afraid
14. The Fall
15. The Ascension Shall Begin
16. Everything Is About To Change
17. Tecteun
18. Time Lords
19. The Division
20. CyberMasters
21. My Penance
22. Home Sweet Home
23. Ascension of the Cybermen End Credits

His Dark Materials – Original Television Soundtrack

His Dark Materials OST

Award-winning composer Lorne Balfe’s dramatic soundtrack to the BBC’s adaptation of Philip Pullman’s fantasy trilogy.

“It’s an epic work that perfectly foreshadows Lyra’s journey, and could easily belong in Assassin’s Creed or Tomb Raider… There’s been a lot of love for Balfe’s music for His Dark Materials.”– Classic FM

“This is fantasy the way it should be done: sumptuous, inspiring both wonder and a sense of adventure, beautifully scored (by Lorne Balfe), with world building that is as impeccable as it is effortless.” – First Post

The main themes from His Dark Materials have already been introduced to the listeners through The Musical Anthology of His Dark Materials, released on Silva Screen Records in November 2019. For this concept album the principal themes were reworked, moulded and explored as each character’s theme is on a separate musical journey throughout the series. The themes are never fixed, there are no rules and they are constantly evolving. His Dark Materials original score provides a musical narrative drive across all 8 episodes. The album presents the music, including main character themes, as they appear through the series.

The score is performed by the BBC National Orchestra of Wales conducted by Matt Dunkley. The leading cast for His Dark Materials includes Dafne Keen as Lyra, Ruth Wilson as Mrs Coulter, Lin Manuel Miranda as Lee Scoresby, James McAvoy as Lord Asriel, Clarke Peters as The Master of Jordan College, James Cosmo as Farder Coram and Anne-Marie Duff as Ma Costa, with Will Keen as Father McPhail and Ariyon Bakare as Lord Boreal.

Lorne Balfe (Mission Impossible: Fallout, The Lego Batman Movie, Churchill) is a Grammy Award winning, EMMY and BAFTA nominated composer. Whether on an impossible mission, the heartbreak of the Queen, the perils of the cape crusade or the soul of a genius, Lorne Balfe creates a musical voice that reflects the characters and the stories that embody them. Originally from Inverness, Scotland, Balfe has created music in virtually all genres and for all visual media with projects ranging from major studio to independent films, tentpole video game franchises, beloved animated feature films, critically acclaimed television series, and documentary features.


– Disc 1 –

1. Iorek’s Armor
2. The Great Flood
3. Lyra’s Jordan
4. Everyone is Special
5. The Golden Compass
6. Where Is Roger?
7. Readying the Boats
8. Leaving Jordan
9. Tell Me Where He Is
10. Voyages
11. Cocktail Party
12. I Will Succeed
13. There Was a Gyptian Nurse
14. Daemons to Dust
15. Clear Your Mind
16. The List
17. Look to the Stars

– Disc 2 –

1. Gateway to the North
2. You Loved a Witch
3. Iorek Breaks Loose
4. Some Sort of Ghost
5. Polar Adventure
6. The Silver Guillotine
7. Battle of Bolvangar
8. Parting Ways
9. Armored Claws
10. Assuming The Mantle
11. Airships Approaching
12. Fog and Ice
13. Bridge to the Stars
14. The End of the Magisterium
15. Crossing Worlds
16. Into The Sky



Gerry Anderson’s production of Supercar made its UK TV debut in January 1961. The adventures of the crew of an amazing land, sea and air vehicle based at a secret laboratory in the Nevada Desert became an instant worldwide hit bolstered by the tag, ‘filmed in Supermarionation’.

In later years musical maestro Barry Gray had the freedom to write scores for selected episodes of each Gerry Anderson series – with the cues being reused on subsequent episodes and new material being composed as needed.

For Supercar this was initially not possible due to the breakneck turnaround of the show and limited budget. Therefore, in addition to composing the all-important title theme, Barry produced a series of ‘themes’ for locations, situation and characters (Supercar itself being embedded with heroic characteristics through the score launching the idea that the vehicles were central characters too). The often whimsical, charming score beautifully embellishes the equally charming and whimsical nature of the dialogue. However, the more serious moments are scored with appropriate menace , suitably written to underline the knowingly melodramatic nature of the plots. For series One, Gray’s music was heavily supplemented with library music by Edwin Astley, but for the second series Gray was the sole musical voice and, in addition to a new version of the main theme, he expanded on his existing score with tracks that would serve not just the Supercar team, but future heroic organisations as yet undreamt of.

1 Supercar – Series One Main Titles

2 Full Boost Vertical

3 The Headhunters And Sargon

4 Whimsical Antics

5 Masterspy Theme/Pleasant Theme

6 What Goes Up

7 Supercar – Series Two Main Titles

8 The Runaway Train

9 Precious Cargo

10 Zizi’s Song
11 Super Stork
12 Hi-Jack
13 Calling Charlie Queen
14 The Beakette Danube
15 Space For Mitch
16 Jail Break
17 The Day Time Stood Still
18 City Lights
19 Gifted Gorilla
20 Supercar Extended Theme

Altered States

Altered States: Music From The Louis Theroux Documentaries

Miguel d’Oliveira’s selected themes from the Louis Theroux documentary series

Dominated by figurative and curious melodies, the contemplative soundtrack was written for a small ensemble to support Louis Theroux’s intimate and thoughtful portraits of America’s and UK’s alternative life choices. Featuring idiosyncratic, distinctive sounding instruments, such as Alto flute, Clarinet, bass clarinet, Bassoon, sax, fiddle, mandolin, harmonica, piano, composer Miguel d’Oliveira has created an inimitable sound world for Theroux’s World-renowned authored documentaries.

The tracks on this album come from seven Louis Theroux films, first broadcast on BBC Two between 2018 and 2020. Handpicked by the composer, the album features music themes from the BAFTA winning series Altered States, encompassing themes of birth, love and death, as well as Theroux’s latest documentaries about consent, sex, religion and motherhood. Curiously compelling, observant and cordial, the programmes offer collision between Theroux’s rational approach and emotional themes and subjects.

Miguel d’Oliveira graduated with an MA in Composition for Film at the NFTS in 2007. After graduating, Miguel’s first commissions included several documentaries for television before landing the job of scoring a 5-part docudrama The Queen for C4. Since then, Miguel has honed his craft writing music for a number of documentaries and documentary series, including The Bible: A History (C4), Battle of Britain (BBC1), Simon Schama’s Shakespeare (BBC), The Met: Policing London (BBC), First Dates (C4). Miguel has also written for drama productions, including the 6-part mini-series Homefront (ITV), based on the experiences of army wives in the UK, and two episodes of Merlin (BBC). Most recently Miguel released his score to the original television soundtrack to Michael Palin in North Korea.

1. Excommunicated
2. Life Changing Moments
3. Stubborn Beliefs
4. I’m Off To Hell
5. Where Are We Going?
6. A Kind of Nursery
7. Who Wouldn’t Want My Life
8. Fight Hate With Love
9. A Better Place
10. Accountable
11. Feel Free to Take Off
12. Whatever It Takes
13. How Could You Know?
14. Excuses Algorithm
15. Last Exit
16. Five Families To Choose from
17. Yes But Wait
18. Some Hours Are Forever
19. You Never Forget
20. Morning Follows the Night