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Old February 5 2013, 03:28 AM   #121
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Agreed. It's funny, Enterprise was the shortest running spin-off series yet it employed the most composers. Dennis McCarthy, Jay Chattaway, David Bell, Velton Ray Bunch, Paul Baillargeon, Brian Tyler, John Frizell and Mark McKenzie.
Well, only by one. TNG was just one short of that: McCarthy, Ron Jones, Chattaway, Fred Steiner, George Romanis, Don Davis, John Debney. DS9 also featured seven: McCarthy, Chattaway, David Bell, Paul Baillargeon, Debney, Richard Bellis, and Gregory Smith. VGR had the fewest -- the four regular composers did all the episodes, with nary a guest composer in sight. Though you could add Jerry Goldsmith as the composer of the theme. (I don't count him and Courage on TNG because they didn't work directly for that show. Anyone know if Diane Warren was directly involved with arranging the theme for ENT?)

And of course you specified spinoff series. TOS had the most composers: Alexander Courage, Fred Steiner, Gerald Fried, George Duning, Sol Kaplan, Jerry Fielding, Joseph Mullendore, Samuel Matlovsky, and Wilbur Hatch. (Hatch didn't do any full scores, but he contributed some original compositions here and there, not counting songs.)

Of course, the shortest-running series of all, and the one with the fewest composers (Ray Ellis and Norm Prescott, under the pseudonyms Yvette Blais and Jeff Michael), was TAS, but I consider that more a continuation than a spinoff.

You know, it's sad that Star Trek has never had a female composer, unless you count Diane Warren. Even "Yvette Blais" was really a man.
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Old February 5 2013, 05:29 AM   #122
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Enterprise would be trickier to release since so many of the later scores (especially season 4) were synthesized.
Wouldn't that make it easier? No union reuse fees?

(Stargate: SG-1 had a first-season album released that was mostly or entirely synth - including some of McCarthy's work, since this was before Joel Goldsmith got the permanent gig. So it's certainly been done before.)

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Anyone know if Diane Warren was directly involved with arranging the theme for ENT?
The soundtrack album credits Jeremy Lubbock with the arrangement. Since it wasn't written specifically for Enterprise, I'd be surprised if Diane Warren was involved.
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Old February 5 2013, 07:09 AM   #123
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All this is just convincing me we need an Enterprise soundtrack box set.
Oh yes indeed.

My ears are watering when I think about Velton Ray Bunch's Silent Enemy.

ENT also had the best use of a guest composer ever - that Brian Tyler score for Canamar is astounding.
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Old February 5 2013, 07:26 AM   #124
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Wouldn't that make it easier? No union reuse fees?
Oh, definitely. I meant more in that there is an artistic compromise involved in downgrading from orchestra to synth. The scores also generally feel less inspired (compare Chattaway's boring synth "Awakening" score to his dynamic orchestral "Cold Station 12" work).


My ears are watering when I think about Velton Ray Bunch's Silent Enemy.

ENT also had the best use of a guest composer ever - that Brian Tyler score for Canamar is astounding.
I'm not as concerned about those two scores because their promos are out there already. Jay Chattaway's work is the big draw for me, as none of his Enterprise work is available in any format.
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Old February 5 2013, 09:50 AM   #125
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All this is just convincing me we need an Enterprise soundtrack box set.
Oh yes indeed.

My ears are watering when I think about Velton Ray Bunch's Silent Enemy.

ENT also had the best use of a guest composer ever - that Brian Tyler score for Canamar is astounding.
At the risk of this turning into an Enterprise music thread, the complete scores to Canamar, Regeneration (Tyler), In A Mirror Darkly, These Are The Voyages (McCarthy) are all on Youtube. There are also promo discs of Silent Enemy and Similitude floating around out there.
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Old February 5 2013, 10:20 AM   #126
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^ Didn't know that. I only had the official releases on my radar - so thanks a lot for that.
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Old February 5 2013, 08:11 PM   #127
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Section 31 1/2 wrote: View Post
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All this is just convincing me we need an Enterprise soundtrack box set.
Oh yes indeed.

My ears are watering when I think about Velton Ray Bunch's Silent Enemy.

ENT also had the best use of a guest composer ever - that Brian Tyler score for Canamar is astounding.
At the risk of this turning into an Enterprise music thread, the complete scores to Canamar, Regeneration (Tyler), In A Mirror Darkly, These Are The Voyages (McCarthy) are all on Youtube. There are also promo discs of Silent Enemy and Similitude floating around out there.
Those were all from promo discs that are floating around.
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Old February 5 2013, 10:19 PM   #128
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I was kind of hoping for a bit more of a tracklisting today but it seems like that's not to be. So anyway, disc four seems to feature a fuller selection of cues from 3 episodes which starts with "Our Man Bashir." That episode is an amazing score and certainly a standout of the series but I wonder if that means this disc will be loaded with source music and background stuff. Other candidates I can think of include "Take Me Out to the Holosuite" with stuff like the Federation Anthem and such.
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Old February 5 2013, 10:26 PM   #129
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Other candidates I can think of include "Take Me Out to the Holosuite" with stuff like the Federation Anthem and such.
Although "Take Me Out..." is one of my favorite DS9 scores, I've always been disappointed that the Federation Anthem didn't turn out to be Jerry Goldsmith's TMP theme.
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Although "Take Me Out..." is one of my favorite DS9 scores, I've always been disappointed that the Federation Anthem didn't turn out to be Jerry Goldsmith's TMP theme.
I found the anthem to be a bit meandering and forgettable really. But it's certainly something I can see being included. Also countless musical performances at Quarks bar over the run of the series, klingon opera? (I hope not!), Dax's tune from Equilibrium, the do-ra-me bit from Chrysalis. There's quite a list. I hope this stuff doesn't take away from more memorable cues such as happened on the TNG disc with source music from Inner Light and The Survivors.
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Old February 6 2013, 12:54 AM   #131
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I found the anthem to be a bit meandering and forgettable really. But it's certainly something I can see being included. Also countless musical performances at Quarks bar over the run of the series, klingon opera? (I hope not!), Dax's tune from Equilibrium, the do-ra-me bit from Chrysalis. There's quite a list. I hope this stuff doesn't take away from more memorable cues such as happened on the TNG disc with source music from Inner Light and The Survivors.
I'd also prefer they skip the source music (except maybe the Chrysalis piece) and stick to score. It really disrupts the listening experience.
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Old February 6 2013, 01:28 AM   #132
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There's a bit of Klingon opera by David Bell that was used a couple of times, I think (including one where Worf was playing it too loudly in his quarters or something), which I rather liked and wouldn't mind having on CD. Although it did disappoint me that Bell's take on Klingon opera was so much in keeping with Western musical conventions of scales, temperament, etc.
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Old February 6 2013, 02:17 AM   #133
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Good to know I'm not the only one of thinks most of Baillargeon's work pre-Enterprise was just awful, and episode damaging. Also sad to see that Bell won't have a solo disc.
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so i just saw on the trek facebook this. only 300? no digital download?
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The track list is out. From the email I just got from La-La Land:

COMING FEB. 12th FROM LA-LA LAND RECORDS
STAR TREK: DEEP SPACE NINE® COLLECTION

Burbank, CA -- La-La Land Records proudly announces its forthcoming release of STAR TREK: DEEP SPACE NINE COLLECTION, a limited edition 4-CD soundtrack set that showcases musical highlights from episode scores as heard in all seven original seasons of the beloved sci-fi television series STAR TREK: DEEP SPACE NINE (1993-1999). This special collection of music features more than five hours of incredible score, selected from some of the most acclaimed episodes of this enormously successful NEXT GENERATION spin-off. Limited to only 3,000 units, this special set will be released on Feb. 12, 2013, at www.lalalandrecords.com at 1pm (PST). The retail price will be $49.98.

STAR TREK: DEEP SPACE NINE SOUNDTRACK COLLECTION is licensed by CBS Consumer Products.

Produced by Ford A. Thaxton, James Nelson, Mark Banning and Lukas Kendall, and mastered by James Nelson, this deluxe, limited-edition release chronicles its music on four CDs – The first disc features the music of composer Dennis McCarthy; the second disc features the music of composer Jay Chattaway; the third disc showcases music from “the new recruits,” composers John Debney, Richard Bell, Gregory Smith and Paul Baillargeon; and the fourth disc, entitled “The Lost Album,” contains an album assembly of material that was prepped by music producers and the composers for a soundtrack compilation that was never released. The set is complemented by a 36-page booklet that includes exclusive, in-depth liner notes from film music writer and Trek historian Jeff Bond.

La-La Land Records will be attending the GRAND SLAM – STAR TREK SCI-FI SUMMIT on Feb 15-17, 2013 in Burbank, CA. Come visit us and check out the DS9 soundtrack release, our TOS Original Series Box Set and more!

TRACK LISTING:

Disc One
Music by DENNIS?McCARTHY
1. STAR TREK: DEEP?SPACE?NINE
Main Title (Seasons 1–3)
Music by Dennis McCarthy
2. – 4. THE STORYTELLER
5. DUET
6. IN THE HANDS OF THE PROPHETS
7. THE HOMECOMING
8. – 9. THE CIRCLE
10. – 11. CROSSOVER
12. LIFE SUPPORT
13. – 15. THE?DIE IS CAST
16. – 18. EXPLORERS
19. THE VISITOR
20. SHATTERED MIRROR
21. ONCE MORE UNTO THE BREACH
22. FAR BEYOND THE STARS
23. – 24. YOU ARE CORDIALLY INVITED
25. STAR?TREK:?DEEP SPACE NINE?
End Credits (Seasons 1–3)
Music by Dennis McCarthy
Disc One – Total Time: 76:51

Disc Two
Music by JAY CHATTAWAY
1. STAR TREK: DEEP?SPACE?NINE
Main Title (Seasons 4–7)
Music by Dennis McCarthy
2. – 4. THE SEARCH – PART I
5. – 6. THE?SEARCH – PART II
7. – 8. BROKEN LINK
9. – 11. BY INFERNO’S LIGHT
12. – 15. CALL TO ARMS
16. ONE LITTLE SHIP
17. – 18. STRANGE BEDFELLOWS
19. – 20. THE CHANGING FACE OF EVIL
21. – 22. OUR MAN BASHIR (Source Cues)
23. STAR?TREK:?DEEP SPACE NINE
End Credits (Seasons 4–7)
Music by Dennis McCarthy
Disc Two – Total Time: 76:56

Disc Three
Music by THE?NEW?RECRUITS
1. STAR TREK: DEEP?SPACE?NINE
Main Title (Seasons 4–7, Alternate Mix)
Music by Dennis McCarthy
2. THE NAGUS – Music by John Debney
3. – 5. PROGRESS – Music by John Debney
6. THE HOUSE OF QUARK
Music by Richard Bellis
7. THE SWORD OF KAHLESS
Music by David Bell
8. – 9. THE ASCENT – Music by David Bell
10. SOLDIERS OF THE EMPIRE
Music by David Bell
11. – 13. SACRIFICE OF ANGELS
Music by David Bell
14. - 15. IN?THE?PALE?MOONLIGHT
Music by David Bell
16. TAKE ME OUT TO THE HOLOSUITE
Music by David Bell
17. COVENANT – Music by David Bell
18. TACKING INTO THE WIND
Music by David Bell
19. THE ASSIGNMENT
Music by Gregory Smith
20. – 21. FIELD OF FIRE – Music by Gregory Smith
22. LITTLE?GREEN?MEN
Music by Paul Baillargeon
23. CHILDREN?OF?TIME
Music by Paul Baillargeon
24. – 25. THE SIEGE OF AR-558
Music by Paul Baillargeon
26. STAR?TREK:?DEEP SPACE NINE
End Credits (Seasons 4–7, Alternate Mix)
Music by Dennis McCarthy
Disc Three – Total Time: 79:09

Disc FOUR
THE LOST ALBUM
1. STAR TREK: DEEP?SPACE?NINE
Main Title (Seasons 1 - 3, Without Effects)
Music by Dennis McCarthy
2. – 7. OUR?MAN?BASHIR
Music by Jay Chattaway
8. – 15. TRIALS?AND?TRIBBLE-ATIONS
Music by Dennis McCarthy
16. – 24. WHAT?YOU?LEAVE?BEHIND
Music by Dennis McCarthy
25. STAR TREK: DEEP?SPACE?NINE
(After 3:00 A.M. At Quark’s Mix)
Main Theme for Solo Piano
Performed by Dennis McCarthy

Disc Four – Total Time: 76:51
Total Time – All Discs: 5:09:47
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