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AOTW Original Soundtrack - 2010 (SP-5038)

Discussion in 'A Small Circle of Friends: The Music Forum' started by LPJim, Feb 21, 2016.

  1. LPJim

    LPJim Well-Known Member Moderator Thread Starter

    Location:
    Oak Ridge, TN, USA
    Original Soundtrack
    2010
    A&M SP-5038
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    A1 2010Arranged By – Andy Summers, Tony HumeckeBass – Chris ChildsComposed By [Also Sprach Zarathustra] – Richard StraussDrums [Simmons] – Jahmun ArranEngineer – Geoff EmerickGuitar, Performer, Adapted By – Andy SummersKeyboards, Drum Programming [Linn Programming] – Tony HumeckeProducer – Richard Rudolph 5:15
    A2 Earth / Space 3:15
    A3 Probe 4:15
    A4 Bowman 1:44
    A5 Reactivating Discovery 2:24
    B1 Space Linkup / Earth Fallout 3:55
    B2 Visitation / Countdown 5:47
    B3 Nova / New Worlds / Also Sprach Zarathustra (Excerpt)Composed By [Also Sprach Zarathustra] – Richard Strauss 6:23
    B4 New Worlds Theme From 2010 (End Title) 2:30



    Electronic music recorded at The Enterprise
    Orchestral music recorded at MGM Studios

    All of the original music, with the exception of "New Worlds" and the second half of "New Worlds Theme" was entirely synthesized using the New England Digital Synclavier II, Yamaha DX-1 and Roland Jupiter-8. The Blaster Beam was used on "Reactivating Discovery." No resynthesis or sampling was employed on the Synclavier. All electronic music was recorded with an Amek 3500 mixing desk and Otari MTR 90 24-track recorder and remixed to a Mitsubishi X-80 digital recorder.

    Album mastered at Bernie Grundman Mastering
    Illustration and Photography © 1984 MGM/UA Entertainment Co.

    Published by Blackwood Music, Inc. and affiliated Lion Music, Inc. (BMI)
    "Also sprach Zarathustra" published by C.H. Peters Co.
    "2010" published by Magnetic Publishing Ltd. represented by Reggatta Music. Administered by Illegal Songs, Inc. (BMI)/Tony Humecke Music (ASCAP)

    Entered the Billboard Top 200 on Feb. 2, 1985
    Charted for 5 weeks & peaked at # 173
    Issued as CD 5038

    JB




     
  2. Harry

    Harry Charter Member Moderator

    I have this one on CD. It's not too common and generally sells for higher bucks.

    Harry
     

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