Fourth Dimension (Radiophonic album)

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Fourth Dimension
Studio album by Paddy Kingsland
Released 1973
Recorded 1970–1973
Genre Electronic music
Length 27:39
Label BBC Records
Producer Desmond Briscoe
BBC Radiophonic Workshop chronology
BBC Radiophonic Music
(1971)
Fourth Dimension The Radiophonic Workshop
(1975)

Fourth Dimension was a 1973 library recordings release by BBC Radiophonic Workshop composer Paddy Kingsland. Although it was credited to "The BBC Radiophonic Workshop" it was the work of Kingsland alone, and was the first album of Workshop music to feature only one artist. It features theme tunes that were used by a number of BBC radio and TV stations. The music prominently features VCS 3 and "Delaware" Synthi 100 synthesisers, both from Electronic Music Studios (London) Ltd, with a standard rock-based session band providing backing. The track "Reg" featured as the B-side to the 1973 single release of the Doctor Who theme.

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Scene and Heard" (for BBC Radio 1)
  2. "Just Love" (for BBC TV)
  3. "Vespucci"
  4. "Reg" (for BBC African Service)
  5. "Tamariu" (for BBC TV)
  6. "One-Eighty-One" (for BBC Radio 4)
  7. "Fourth Dimension" (for BBC Radio 4)
  8. "Colour Radio" (for BBC Radio Leeds)
  9. "Take Another Look" (for BBC TV)
  10. "Kaleidoscope" (for BBC Radio 4)
  11. "The Space Between" (for BBC Radio 3)
  12. "Flashback"

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