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Lost In Space (1965)

Composer(s):
Alexander Courage, Robert Jackson Drasnin, Richard LaSalle, Cyril Mockridge, Joseph Mullendore (as Mullendore), Alfred Newman, Hans J. Salter, Herman Stein, Leith Stevens, John Williams (as Johnny Williams: also theme), Bernard Herrmann (non-original music from various scores), Warren Barker (Unusued 2nd Season Main Title) 

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1965

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Blast Off From The Past
by a soundtrack collector (June 9, 2001)
This is a great follow-up to the first 2 CD's in the Fantasy Worlds Of Irwin Allen set of LIS music. The last remaining John Williams stuff is here in the My Friend Mr Nobody score. What a flowing, sweet score it is. It's meanacing and mystical all at once, and some of the best TV scoring ever. It was never my favorite episode, but is one of the all-time bast socres in the series. The sound is crystal clear and pure, with none of the re-orchestrated cures that made the Relucant Stowaway suite in CD 1 so disappointing.
The other music is from The Derelict, the second episode of the series. The music was done by three composers, Herman Stein, Hans J. Salter & Richard LaSalle. It's memorable, but not all that pleasant to sit down and listen to. The 3 composers are similiar in style to make their differences unnoticable. On the plus side, it's pretty much the complete score.
What makes this album more successful than the previous volumes is the amount of music presented for each episode. Instead of squeezing 3 episodes woth of partial scores (and omitting many wanted cues), GNP Crescendo went back to their standard "Star Trek Format" of only 2 episodes, thereby giving us a more complete representation of the scores. I much prefer it this way and wish they would have do thins with the first album. Instead of sandwiching 3 episodes of Williams stuff in CD 1, they could have had CD 1 & 2 with the complete Williams scores and 3 and (hopefully) 4 with other composers.

Anyway, this is a teriffic CD.



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