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A Suitable Boy

A Suitable Boy
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A Suitable Boy – Alex Heffes with Anoushka Shankar

Based on Vikram Seth’s 1300-page book following the fortunes of four large families, the six-part series is directed by Mira Nair (Monsoon Wedding) and adapted for screen by Andrew Davies (War and Peace, Pride and Prejudice). The series was created by an almost exclusively all Indian cast and crew and main roles featured Tanya Maniktala (Lata), Ishaan Khattar (Maan), Mahira Kakkar (Mrs Mehra), Danesh Razvi (Kabir), Namit Das (Haresh).

The score was composed by Alex Heffes with Anoushka Shankar, world renowned sitar player. Previously paired on Mira Nair’s 2016 Disney Film Queen Of Katwe, Alex knew how important the music score is to her. Says Alex of his work with Mira “music flows throughout Vikram Seth’s book so we discussed very early on how to tie the original score into the very authentic music world of India that had been captured on screen and how to create a musical language for the score that weaves between the world of Classical Indian music and the world of film music… careful consideration was given to how to integrate orchestra into the Indian musical world, often having to learn to follow the phrasing and bending of the sitar.”

In search of character’s music themes, Alex arranged experimental sessions with some of the UK’s best classical Indian performers, combining tabla, mridangam, kanjeera, ghatam and many other percussion instruments with bansuri (Classical Indian flute), tanbura and the sitar. Early on, the decision was made that the sitar would be Lata’s ‘voice’. For Kabir they used the bansuri, played by acclaimed indian performer Ashwin Srinivasan and for the character of Amit, the solo violinist Philippe Honoré provided the musical voice. For suitor number three, Haresh, a variety of pitched Indian classical percussion such as clay pots, mangeera (hand cymbals), ghungroos and morsing (jaw harp) was employed, played by percussionist Sanket Naik.

Says Mira Nair “The three of us (Mira, Anoushka and Alex) approached several Indian artistes. Ashwin Srinivasan, the great flutist, plays throughout the soundtrack. Namit Das, who also acts as Haresh Khanna in A Suitable Boy, is an extraordinary singer who composed the boatman’s song as the lovers crossed the Ganges. Gagan Dev Riar, who also acts in A Suitable Boy, made a beautiful song of longing for the widow in the village scenes.

We were lucky to get the great maestro, Ustad Shujaat Husain Khan, the son of the legendary Ustad Vilayat Khan, to perform ‘Jhinjhoti’ and ‘Khamaj’ on screen in two concerts. The syncretic nature between traditional Indian sound and the Islamic influences that had arrived through Iran, Turkey, and Pakistan, which was then called India; all of this confluence can be experienced in the music of A Suitable Boy.”

Vol 1
01. Prologue
02. Lata’s Theme
03. Your Sister, My Brother
04. You Too Will Marry A Boy I Choose
05. Lutf Woh Ishq Mein – Composed & Sung by Kavita Seth
06. Mehfil Barkhaast Hui – Composed & Sung by Kavita Seth
07. Smitten Kitten (Meenakshi’s Theme)
08. Holi
09. Quegdevelim Sunset – Composed by Rhys D’Szousa / Performed by Bombay Brass
10. No Time, Lover, Or Friend
11. Raag Khamaaj – Composed & Performed by Shujaat Husain Khan
12. There Is No Harm In Dawn
13. The Floating Temple – Composed by Alex Heffes, Anoushka Shankar, Namit Das & Yamini Das
14. Pillow Talk
15. Let’s Go Away / I Never Want to See You Again
16. Na-rawa Kahiye – Composed & Sung by Kavita Seth
17. What Happened & Maan Delirium
18. Muddat Hui Hai – Composed & Sung by Kavita Seth
19. Kabir’s Letter
20. Unsuitable Tango
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Vol 2
01. The Railway Theme
02. One Loves You
03. Your Parakeet Is Well?
04. Are You Making Fun of Me?
05. Farewell to Rasheed
06. Are You A Lipstick Girl?
07. Are We French Now?
08. Dil-e-Nadaan – Composed & Sung by Kavita Seth
09. Make Lata Love Me
10. I Can Make Any Shoe
11. Think Beyond Your Friends
12. Fluke of A Catch
13. Christmas In Prahapore
14. Free India’s First Election
15. Raag Jhinjhoti – Composed & Performed by Shujaat Husain Khan
16. Raag Lalit
17. Maan In Turmoil
18. Loss
19. The Fever Bird
20. Maan In Prison
21. An Unfortunate Accident
22. Love Has Run Its Course (Mehfil Barkhaast Hui Duet) – Composed by Kavita Seth / Sung by Kavita Seth & Sharvari Deshpande
23. A Suitable Boy
24. Lata Chooses Her Suitable Boy
25. Monkey Wisdom


Rawhead Rex

Rawhead Rex
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Rawhead Rex – Music by Colin Towns

The long-awaited score album for the 1986 horror movie Rawhead Rex is released on Silva Screen Records on 30th October in digital, CD and vinyl formats. The 15-track album is penned by composer Colin Towns, known for The Puppet Masters, Space Truckers, Maybe Baby, Foyle’s War, Doc Martin, Pie In The Sky.

Rawhead Rex is a nuanced and lush horror score from a hugely talented composer at his best. The sound of the score grows and withers; from pastoral melodies to screaming brass and orchestral cacophony, back to clear harmony and fragile lines, bringing anticipation and dread to all the right points in the story. The music afterthought, There is a Green Hill Far Away, dissolves the mass of sound into the creepy and fragile, hymn-like vocal track.

This enjoyable creature-feature is based on a short horror story by Clive Barker (Hellraiser) and directed by George Pavlou. Released in 1986, the story of Rawhead Rex is set in 1980’s rural Ireland. The Demon, alive for millennia and trapped in the depths of hell, is unleashed on the sleepy local farming community. Remembered faintly through pre-Christian myth, the only one that can stop Rawhead’s bloody rampage is the historian, desperately racing against the time.

Composer Colin Towns is not only one of Europe’s most prolific film, television and theatre composers, but also a pianist, songwriter, arranger, producer and collaborator. His name has graced the credits of many prestigious and popular features.

“The first film I scored was Full Circle which starred Mia Farrow and is still in the BFI top ten for best score for horror films. I felt that film was more of a dark scary mystery. Rawhead Rex on the other hand was clearly a horror film 100%. I visited the film set in Ireland during the filming to take in the atmosphere and meet the actors after which I decided to record the music at CTS in London with a sixty piece orchestra plus electronics. I have always orchestrated my own work and had a wild time with Rawhead which is what I really love doing”. – Colin Towns

Tracklist
1. Rawhead Rex Main Theme
2. Welcome to Ireland
3. Rawhead Appears
4. Nicholson’s Farm
5. “Just you wait”
6. Boy Runs For His Life Through The Wood
7. Minty – “gotta pee”
8. The Vicarage
9. The Family is Leaving
10. Gussing Opens Book
11. Howard Discovers a Strange Glass Window in the Church
12. Declan Goes Wild in the Church
13. Howard Discovers the Power of the Stone
14. Rawhead Rex End Credits
15. There is a Green Hill Far Away


The Deceived

The Deceived
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The Deceived, soundtrack to a new contemporary 4-part psychological thriller created and written by Lisa McGee (Derry Girls, Being Human, The White Queen) and Tobias Beer.

Music composed by Hannah Peel. Northern Irish artist, producer and composer. Peel’s solo music is primarily electronic, synthesiser based and often includes classical scoring and sound design. She has scored music for television, film, theatre and dance, including Game of Thrones: The Last Watch (TV Special Documentary).

As well as her solo work, Hanna Peel is a member of the psychogeography indie rock group The Magnetic North, and has worked with collaborators including orchestrations and conducting for Paul Weller and the electronic group John Foxx and the Maths.

TRACKLIST:

1. Knockdara To Cambridge
2. I Love You I Love You
3. Superstitious Nonsense
4. More Than Anything In The World
5. She’s My Sister
6. Capable Of Anything
7. Ghosts
8. Bridget McGinley
9. I’m On My Way
10. The Shore Cafe
11. Night Of The Fire
12. CCTV And Fire
13. Morning Da
14. What The Devil
15. Seeing The Damage
16. Music Box Reprised
17. In Black And White
18. Lighting The Fire
19. I Saw Her
20. Fire Bag
21. Evidence
22. Get Some Sleep
23. Arriving At Knockdara
24. Listen To Your Mother


I Am Vengeance

I Am Vengeance
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REVENGE HAS NO LIMITS

When ex-soldier turned mercenary, John Gold, learns of the murder of his best friend, he sets off on a mission to find out what happened. What he discovers is a sinister conspiracy and he sets about taking down those responsible one by one.

“…stellar score by Greenhaus. It throws it back to the days of old when Tangerine Dream and others filled our action films with some great synthesizer led music. It almost has a horror film feel to it in some parts similar to John Carpenter’s iconic themes which kind of makes Bennett’s Gold look like a vengeance seeking version of Michael Myers. To say that I loved that aspect of it would be a drastic understatement.” – actionflix.com

“The soundtrack is a high point in the production. When it rocks, the music is toe tapping good.” – itsjustmovies.com

Winners of the LONDON INDEPENDENT FILM AWARDS, March 2018 for ‘BEST FEATURE FILM’

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GREENHAUS

What would the chemical reaction be if you melted down The Doors and Public Image and mixed in Brian Eno and Kraftwerk? You get Greenhaus.

Electronic rock band Greenhaus’ music rages with both synthetic – as well as organic – power, with nods to the sprawling oscillations of Tangerine Dream and the brooding soundtracks of John Carpenter but with a deeper more primal pulse that only a band can deliver.

The film is an action packed roller coaster ride, knowingly in the style of Cannon films of 80’s starring the likes of Chuck Norris and Charles Bronson.

The band immediately clicked with Director Ross Boyask and Producers John Adams and Diane Shorthouse on the direction the music could take to evoke both the past and push the genre forward.

“Greenhaus have created a bold, innovative, timeless score, blending pulsating, sometimes haunting synth sounds with acoustic instrumentation and ambient soundscapes that help drive I Am Vengeance and our anti-hero John Gold, along on his mission, and I can’t wait for you to hear (and see) the results.” – Director Ross Boyask

Greenhaus are Steve Bellamy, Anthony Neale, Warren Farr and Ian Medany

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TRACKLIST:

1. Second Chance
2. Vengeance
3. Lost Brother
4. Devotion
5. Saving Rose
6. Interrogation
7. One by One
8. Second Chance (reprise)
9. Laid to Rest
10. Hatcher versus Gold
11. The Stand Off (Part 4)
12. The Barn Assault
13. Fix
14. Silhouette


Thunderbirds

Thunderbirds
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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


Doctor Who: The Visitation

The Visitation
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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

Tracklist
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
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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

Tracklist
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)


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.”

Tracklist

– 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
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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.

Tracklist

– 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


Supercar

Supercar
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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.

Tracklist
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