Who Is Dr Who

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Who is Dr Who
Compilation album
Released 2000
Genre Novelty
Pop
Label RPM
Producer Mark Ayres

Who is Dr Who is a compilation of novelty singles relating to the BBC television series Doctor Who. Released in 2000, it features 18 tracks originally released between 1964 and 1973, including the show's theme tune, The Go Go's "I'm Gonna Spend My Christmas With a Dalek", and "Who's Who" by child actress Roberta Tovey, who starred in the sixties films Dr. Who and the Daleks and Daleks – Invasion Earth 2150 AD.[1]

Track listing[edit]

Track # Track name Artist
1 "Doctor Who (Original Theme)" BBC Radiophonic Workshop
2 "Dr. Who" Eric Winstone and his Orchestra
3 "I'm Gonna Spend my Christmas With A Dalek" The Go-Go's
4 "Landing of the Daleks" The Earthlings
5 "March of the Robots"
6 "Dance of the Daleks" Jack Dorsey and Orchestra
7 "Who's Who" Roberta Tovey with Orchestra
8 "Not So Old"
9 "The Eccentric Dr. Who" Malcolm Lockyer Orchestra
10 "Daleks and Thals"
11 "Fugue for Thought" Bill McGuffie
12 "Who's Dr Who?" Frazer Hines
13 "Punch and Judy Man"
14 "Who is the Doctor" Jon Pertwee
15 "Pure Mystery"
16 "Dr. Who" Don Harper's Homo Electronicus
Bonus Tracks
17 "Landing of the Daleks (alt morse vsn)" The Earthlings
18 "Time Traveller" Frazer Hines

References[edit]

  • Who is Dr Who (CD Booklet). RPM. 2000. RPM 200. 
  • Ayres, Mark (September 2000). "Who is Dr Who". Mark Ayres – Composer. Retrieved 12 October 2010. 
  • "Tribute Albums". The Millennium Effect. Retrieved 5 October 2008. 
  1. ^ Berkwits, Jeff (27 January 2003). "Sound Space: Who Is Dr. Who". Science Fiction Weekly (Sci Fi) 9 (301). Retrieved 2009-01-25. [dead link]