Yes, that is Spock in the headphones. The year was 1979. These are some of my LPs, themed compilations, and the like.

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Monday, February 11, 2019

Big Screen Sound

This 1984 CD was tailored to showcase the amazing, thrilling, new-new-NEW technology of the Compact Disc.

01. Utah Symphony Orchestra - Kojian - 20th Century Fox Cinemascope Fanfare (0:22)
02. Utah Symphony Orchestra - Kojian - The Empire Strikes Back: The Imperial March (2:55)
03. Utah Symphony Orchestra - Kojian - The Empire Strikes Back: Yoda's Theme (3:18)
04. London Studio Symphony Orchestra - Johnson - North by Northwest: Main Title (3:17)
05. Utah Symphony Orchestra - Kojian - The Adventures of Robin Hood: Main Title (1:35)
06. Utah Symphony Orchestra - Kojian - The Adventures of Robin Hood: Ambush in Sherwood (3:06)
07. Utah Symphony Orchestra - Kojian - Star Wars: Princess Leia's Theme (4:25)
08. Utah Symphony Orchestra - Kojian - Star Wars: Here They Come (2:08)
09. London Symphony Orchestra - Horner - Brainstorm: Michael's Gift to Karen (6:52)
10. London Studio Symphony Orchestra - Johnson - First Men in the Moon: Main Title (2:36)
11. London Studio Symphony Orchestra - Johnson - Dr. Strangelove: The Bomb Run (2:34)
12. London Studio Symphony Orchestra - Johnson - Hedda: Main Title (3:39)
13. Utah Symphony Orchestra - Kojian - Return of the Jedi: Parade of the Ewoks (3:34)
14. National Philharmonic Orchestra - Gerhardt - Kings Row: Finale (1:32)
15. Utah Symphony Orchestra - Kojian - Return of the Jedi: Darth Vader's Death (2:54)

The performances are fine.

The track listing above and in the file are correct.  The track listing on the CD rear is incorrect.

Note the creative spelling of Darth "Vadar."

Big Screen Sound

This is also one of the first CDs I bought about 25 years ago, at a pawn shop, for the ungodly price of probably 5 bucks.

See you on Thursday, me hearties!

2 comments:

  1. Great little collection. It reminds me of the "Stereo Lps" RCA use to put out for demo purposes in the early 1960s.

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  2. Stereo Test Records, ah yes … some of them your feature race cars or jets zooming from one speaker across the room and out of the other speaker.

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