Space Adventures – Music from 'Doctor Who' 1963–1968

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Space Adventures - Music from 'Doctor Who' 1963 - 1968
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Soundtrack album
Released 1987
Genre Soundtrack
Label Reference Department of the Doctor Who Appreciation Society
Julian Knott (CD reissue)
Producer Julian Knott
Doctor Who soundtrack chronology
Doctor Who – The Music II
(1985)
Space Adventures - Music from 'Doctor Who' 1963 - 1968
(1987)
The Doctor Who 25th Anniversary Album
(1988)
Cover of the 1998 CD reissue

Space Adventures - Music from 'Doctor Who' 1963 - 1968 is a collection of stock music used in the BBC TV series Doctor Who. First issued on cassette in September 1987 in a limited edition of 300 copies by DWAS, it was reissued on CD, expanded to cover through 1971, by the researcher Julian Knott, again in a limited issue of 300 copies.

Track listing[edit]

Original Cassette[edit]

Track # Artist Track name Stories used in
Side One
1 Nelson & Raymond Three Guitars Mood 2 An Unearthly Child
2 Douglas Gamley Machine Room The Tenth Planet
3 Pierre Arvay Little Prelude The Massacre of St Bartholomew's Eve
4 Robert Gerhard Asyndeton The Space Museum
5 Pierre Arvay Hunted Man The Massacre of St Bartholomew's Eve
6 J. Scott Palpitations The Tomb of the Cybermen
7 Robert Gerhard Telergic
8 F. Bayle Andromeda The Web of Fear
9 Walter Stott Music For Technology - Part One The Tenth Planet
10 E. Nordgren Bathysphere The Space Museum[a]
11 Edwin Braden Spine Chillers The Web of Fear
12 Martin Slavin Space Adventure The Tenth Planet

The Moonbase
The Tomb of the Cybermen

Side Two
1 Douglas Gamley Power Drill The Tenth Planet
2 Paul Bonneau Sidereal Universe The Tomb of the Cybermen
3 Pierre Arvay Frightened Man The Massacre of St Bartholomew's Eve
4 Robert Gerhard Meteroids The Time Meddler
5 W. Josephs Space Time Music - Part One The Tomb of the Cybermen

The Web of Fear

6 W. Josephs Space Time Music - Part Two
7 Buxton Orr Musique Concrete II The Edge of Destruction
8 Syd Dale Impending Danger The Web of Fear
9 Jack Trombey World of Plants The Space Museum

CD Bonus Tracks[edit]

Track # Artist Track name Stories used in
22 H. Feishner Desert Storm The Tomb of the Cybermen
23 Buxton Orr Musique Concrete The Space Museum
24 Roger Roger Blast Off! The Tenth Planet[b]
25 E. Sendel Astronautics Suite The Space Museum

The Tomb of The Cybermen

26 Jack Trombey Youngbeat The Evil of the Daleks[c]
27 Keith Papworth Spotlight Sequins No.1 Terror of the Autons
28 Trevor Duncan Mutations 1958 BBC serial Quatermass and the Pit
The Space Museum[d]
  1. ^ This recording was not featured in Doctor Who and was included only because of inaccurate or incomplete documentation. 'Bathysphere' does not appear in 'the Space Museum' or any other 'Doctor Who' story. Its inclusion here was because of a mix up - 'Bathysphere' is the B-side of MQ 759 whereas it was a brief section of the A-side, 'Aliens', that was used in the episode (played at near-half speed over the film insert of Vicki's glass reassembling). Whoever compiled the PasB for the episode simply wrote down the title from the wrong side of the disc.[1]
  2. ^ This recording was not featured in Doctor Who and was included only because of inaccurate or incomplete documentation. 'Blast Off' is a distinctive track and is clearly not used in any episode of 'Tenth Planet' - something Andrew Pixley has acknowledged both on Outpost Gallifrey and in the Panini 'Doctor Who - The Complete History' release for that story. The track was planned to be used over the opening captions of part one but in the episode this sequence is music-free.[1]
  3. ^ This recording was not featured in Doctor Who and was included only because of inaccurate or incomplete documentation. 'Youngbeat' (or more correctly 'Young Beat') is the name of both a 10" De Wolfe Library LP and its opening track, incorrectly featured here. The correct track is 'Mexican Beat'.[2][1]
  4. ^ This recording was not featured in Doctor Who and was included only because of inaccurate or incomplete documentation. 'Mutations' - the PasB for 'The Space Museum' correctly lists the featured track as 'Mutations: Background' (aka 'Mutations No.1(c)') from BM 158-A. The track on this CD is clearly not that piece but 'Mutations No. 1(a) - Opening'. This was never used in 'Doctor Who' but was employed as the theme music to the TV version of 'Quatermass and the Pit'.[1]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d http://www.lyratek.com/dwspadv.htm
  2. ^ "The Millennium Effect". Archived from the original on December 6, 2007. Retrieved 2008-08-31. 
  • Space Adventures - Music from 'Doctor Who' 1963 - 1971 (CD Booklet). Julian Knott. 1998. JPD 2CD. 
  • "Millennium Effect". Retrieved 2008-08-31.