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Joe 90 [Original Television Soundtrack]

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All Music Guide - William Ruhlmann
Annotator Ralph Titterton acknowledges at the outset that the '60s British marionette children's series Joe 90 "was not the commercial success of the [producer] Gerry Anderson series that preceded it," and that may help explain why Reynold da Silva's Silva Screen Records, in coming out with soundtrack versions of such other Anderson series as Thunderbirds, overlooked it for some time. But, like the other series, it employed Barry Gray as composer, and programs do not succeed or fail because of their music. Gray's work, collected here in more than 78 minutes of cues, is perfectly adequate, if not inspired. Gray is an eclectic who has no problem writing generic music for...
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All Music Guide - William Ruhlmann
Annotator Ralph Titterton acknowledges at the outset that the '60s British marionette children's series Joe 90 "was not the commercial success of the [producer] Gerry Anderson series that preceded it," and that may help explain why Reynold da Silva's Silva Screen Records, in coming out with soundtrack versions of such other Anderson series as Thunderbirds, overlooked it for some time. But, like the other series, it employed Barry Gray as composer, and programs do not succeed or fail because of their music. Gray's work, collected here in more than 78 minutes of cues, is perfectly adequate, if not inspired. Gray is an eclectic who has no problem writing generic music for a chase scene or a thrilling climax, but who likes to throw in a lot of musical flavors. His main theme, with a twangy guitar leading the way, is very much of its late-'60s era, but he will also introduce any one of a number of unusual instruments -- banjo, Spanish guitar, accordion -- to change the sound of his music. And he uses quotes from the American and French national anthems as well as "The Volga Boatmen" to set the geography of his scenes. At other times, he will provide music in various styles, from classical to country. This is not great writing, but it no doubt worked well when applied to the adventures of the nine-year-old title character who roamed the world having science fiction/spy adventures.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 7/11/2006
  • Label: Silva America
  • UPC: 738572120924
  • Catalog Number: 1209

Album Credits

Performance Credits
Barry Gray Primary Artist
Jim Sullivan Guitar
David McCallum Violin
Tommy Reilly Harmonica
Eric Allen Percussion
Stan Barrett Percussion
Keith Bird Clarinet
David Katz Violin
Bill Davies Organ
Bob Efford Clarinet
Vic Flick Guitar
George French Violin
Julian Gaillard Violin
Alan Hakin Percussion
Peter Hughes Clarinet
Michael Jeffries Harp
Reginald Kilbey Cello
Reg Leopold Violin
Joe Mudele Bass, Bass Guitar
Alf Reece Trombone, Tuba
Cyril Reubens Clarinet
Dave Richmond Bass Guitar
Bill Skeat Flute
David Snell Harp
George Taylor Trumpet
John Underwood Viola
Terry Walsh Guitar
Roy Wilcox Clarinet
Ray Moseley Violin
David Bellman Viola
Jack Greenstone Violin
Henry Krein Piano, Accordion
Bram Martin Cello
Frank Rycroft Horn
Tommy McQuater Trumpet
Fred Alexander Cello
Alan Ford Cello
Jock Cummings Percussion
Billy Bell Banjo, Guitar
Ralph Elman Violin
John Jezzard Violin
John Dyer Viola
Dennis Bowden Bass
Jock Bain Trombone
Jack Mandel Violin
Lou Whiteson Violin
John Scott Flute
Norman Lederman Violin
Sid Margo Violin
Tryphena Partridge Harp
Ray Moseley Violin
Jack Irving Trombone
Jack Thirwell Trombone
Derek Collins Clarinet, Flute
John Shinbourne Cello
Julian Gallard Violin
Ron Hunt Trumpet, Horn
Tom McQuater Trumpet
Reg Kilbey Cello
Robert Docker Piano
Norman Fawcett Bassoon
Hugo Linden Viola
Derek Rossmith Flute
John Jezard Violin
Fred Clayton Trumpet
David Wolfsthal Violin
Ron Verrall Percussion
Cyril Reuben Clarinet
Joe Hitchenor Violin
James Buck Horn
Roger Hudson Trumpet
Technical Credits
Barry Gray Composer
Bob Auger Engineer
Jack Emblow Contributor
Keith Grant Engineer
John Richards Engineer
Damien Doherty Art Direction
Tim Mallett Producer
Ralph Titterton Producer, Liner Notes
Cathy Ford Writer
Reynold da Silva Executive Producer
Andrew Lang Mastering
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