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WEEKLY SCORES, PART SIX

A Discography Of Score Music From Episodic Television

By Scott Bettencourt


TALES FROM THE CRYPT (1989-1996)

TALES FROM THE CRYPT (CD - Big Screen)
Features cues from Carrion Death by Bruce Broughton; Dead Wait by David Mansfield; Deadline by Steve Bartek; Three's a Crowd by Jan Hammer; Cutting Cards by James Horner; Loved to Death by Jimmy Webb; The Man Who Was Death by Ry Cooder; Reluctant Vampire by Cliff Eidelman; The Thing From the Grave by David Newman; Undertaking Palor by Nicholas Pike; Ventriloquist's Dummy by Miles Goodman; and the series theme by Danny Elfman


TERRAHAWKS (1983-1986)

TERRAHAWKS (CD - Fanderson)
Features cues from the episodes Close Call, Expect the Unexpected Parts 1 & 2, Operation S.A.S., Thunder-Roar, and To Catch a Tiger, by Richard Harvey


THIRTYSOMETHING (1987-1991)

THIRTYSOMETHING (CD - Geffen)
18 themes from the series by W.G. Snuffy Walden, Stewart Levin, and Jay Gruska

1987/1988 Emmy nominee, Main Title Theme Music: Stewart Levin, W.G. Snuffy Walden


THRILLER (1960-1962)

ORIGINAL JAZZ SCORES FROM 2 CLASSIC TV SERIES: THRILLER/RICHARD DIAMOND (CD - Fresh Sound)

Features 12 themes from the series by Pete Rugolo

1960/1961 Emmy nominee, Achievement in Music: Pete Rugolo, Jerry Goldsmith


THUNDERBIRDS (1964-1966)

THUNDERBIRDS (CD - Silva)
Features 22 themes from the series by Barry Gray

THUNDERBIRDS 2 (CD - Silva)
Features 20 themes from the series by Barry Gray


THE TIME TUNNEL (1966-1967)

THE FANTASY FILM WORLDS OF IRWIN ALLEN, VOL. 4: THE TIME TUNNEL (CD - GNP/Crescendo)
Features suites from the scores from the episodes Rendezvous With Yesterday by John Williams, and The Death Merchant by George Duning


TOP CAT (1961-1962)

HANNA-BARBERA'S PIC-A-NIC BASKET OF CARTOON CLASSICS (CD - Kid Rhino)
Volume Two of this four-disc set, More Hanna-Barbera Classics, features a suite of underscore from the series, by Hoyt Curtin


24 (2001-present)

24 (CD - Varese Sarabande)
Features cues from the following episodes; Season One: 4:00 a.m. - 5:00 a.m., 9:00 a.m - 10:00 a.m., 10:00 a.m. - 11:00 a.m., 1:00 p.m. - 2:00 p.m., 3:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m., 4:00 .m. - 5:00 p.m., 6:00 p.m. - 7:00 p.m., 11:00 p.m. - 12:00 a.m.; Season Two: 8:00 a.m. - 9:00 a.m., 10:00 p.m. - 11:00 p.m., 7:00 a.m. - 8:00 a.m.; Season Three: 1:00 p.m. - 2:00 p.m., 3:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m., 6:00 p.m. - 7:00 p.m., 12:00 p.m. - 1:00 p.m., by Sean Callery

2001/2002 Emmy nominee, Outstanding Music Composition For A Series (Dramatic Underscore): Sean Callery (7:00 a.m - 8:00 a.m.)

2002/2003 Emmy winner, Outstanding Music Composition For A Series (Dramatic Underscore): Sean Callery (10:00 p.m. - 11:00 p.m.)

2003/2004 Emmy nominee, Outstanding Music Composition For A Series (Dramatic Underscore): Sean Callery (6:00 a.m. - 7:00 a.m.)


THE TWILIGHT ZONE (1959-1965)

THE TWILIGHT ZONE (CD - Varese Sarabande)
2-disc set featuring Joel McNeely conducting re-recordings of Bernard Herrmann's scores for Eye of the Beholder, Little Girl Lost, Living Doll, The Lonely, Ninety Years Without Slumbering, Walking Distance, and Where is Everybody?

TWILIGHT ZONE: THE 40TH ANNIVERSARY COLLECTION (CD - Silva)
4-disc set featuring the scores for The Trouble With Templeton by Jeff Alexander; Back There, The Big Tall Wish, Dust, The Invaders, and Nervous Man in a Four Dollar Room by Jerry Goldsmith; The Lonely, Walking Distance, and Where is Everybody? by Bernard Herrmann; When the Sky Was Opened by Leonard Rosenman; A Stop at Willoughby by Nathan Scott; King Nine Will Not Return, 100 Yards Over the Rim and The Passerby by Fred Steiner; Elegy, I Sing the Body Electric, Perchance to Dream, Two, and A World of Difference by Nathan Van Cleave; and The Sixteen Millimeter Shrine by Franz Waxman


THE TWILIGHT ZONE (1985-1988)

THE TWILIGHT ZONE (CD - Silva)
Features suites and cues from the episodes But Can She Type?, Children's Zoo, I of Newton, Kentucky Rye, The Misfortune Cookie, Nightcrawlers, and The Shadow Man, by The Grateful Dead and Merl Saunders


TWIN PEAKS (1990-1991)

TWIN PEAKS (CD - Warner Bros.)
Features 11 themes from the series by Angelo Badalamenti, including 3 songs performed by Julee Cruise; Badalamenti's score for the spin-off feature Twin Peaks Fire Walk With Me was released on CD by Warner Bros.

1989/1990 Emmy nominee, Main Title Theme Music: Angelo Badalamenti, David Lynch

1989/1990 Emmy Nominee, Music Composition For A Series (Dramatic Underscore): Angelo Badalamenti (Episode 002)

1989/1990 Emmy nominee, Outstanding Achievement in Music and Lyrics: Angelo Badalamenti, David Lynch


UFO (1970-1971)

UFO (CD - Fanderson)
2-disc set featuring Barry Gray's scores for Confetti Check A-O-K, Conflict, E.S.P., Exposed, Identified, The Long Sleep, Ordeal, A Question of Priorities, The Square Triangle, and Survival


V (1984-1985)

V (CD - promo)
Features cues from the episodes The Betrayal, The Conversion, The Deception, Dreadnaught, Liberation Day, Reflection in Terror, The Rescue, The Sanction, and Visitor's Choice, by Dennis McCarthy


VOYAGE TO THE BOTTOM OF THE SEA (1964-1968)

THE FANTASY FILM WORLDS OF IRWIN ALLEN, VOL. 3 - VOYAGE TO THE BOTTOM OF THE SEA (CD - GNP/Crescendo)
Features the scores to the pilot, Eleven Days to Zero, by Paul Sawtell, and the second season premiere, Jonah and the Whale, by Jerry Goldsmith


VR.5 (1995)

VR.5 (CD - Zoo)
Features 21 themes from the series by John Frizzell


THE WEST WING (1999-present)

MUSIC BY...W.G. SNUFFY WALDEN (CD - Windham Hill)
Features a suite of music from the series as well as the main title, by W.G. Snuffy Walden

1999/2000 Emmy winner, Outstanding Main Title Theme Music: W.G. Snuffy Walden

2000/2001 Emmy nominee, Outstanding Music Composition for a Series (Dramatic Underscore): W.G. Snuffy Walden (In the Shadow of Two Gunmen)


WICHITA TOWN (1959-1960)

ADVENTURES IN HOLLYWOOD: WICHITA TOWN/SILVERADO/A PRESIDENT'S COUNTRY/CAPTAIN HORATIO HORNBLOWER (CD - Citadel)
Features 15 library cues composed for the series by Hans J. Salter


THE X-FILES (1993-2002)

THE SNOW FILES (CD - Sonic Images)
Features a 31:28 minute suite of Mark Snow's music from the series, arranged and performed by John Beal

THE TRUTH AND THE LIGHT: MUSIC FROM THE X-FILES (CD - Warner Bros.)
Features 20 themes from the series by Mark Snow; unfortunately, virtually every cue features annoying and pretentiously mixed and re-recorded dialogue from the series, and this disc is highly un-recommended

1993/1994 Emmy nominee, Outstanding Individual Achievement In Main Title Theme Music: Mark Snow

1996/1997 Emmy nominee, Outstanding Music Composition For A Series (Dramatic Underscore): Mark Snow (Paper Hearts)

1997/1998 Emmy nominee, Outstanding Music Composition For A Series (Dramatic Underscore): Mark Snow (The Post-Modern Prometheus)

1998/1999 Emmy nominee, Outstanding Music Composition For A Series: Mark Snow (S.R. 819)

1999/2000 Emmy nominee, Outstanding Music Composition For A Series (Dramatic Underscore): Mark Snow (Theef)

2001/2002 Emmy nominee, Outstanding Music Composition For A Series (Dramatic Underscore): Mark Snow (The Truth)


XENA: WARRIOR PRINCESS (1995-2001)

XENA: WARRIOR PRINCESS (CD - Varese Sarabande)
Features 30 cues from the series by Joseph LoDuca

XENA: WARRIOR PRINCESS; LYRE LYRE HEARTS ON FIRE (CD - Varese Sarabande)
Features songs and score from the episode Lyre, Lyre, Hearts on Fire, by Joseph LoDuca

XENA: WARRIOR PRINCESS; THE BITTER SUITE (CD - Varese Sarabande)
Features songs and score from the episode The Bitter Suite, by Joseph LoDuca

XENA: WARRIOR PRINCESS, VOLUME TWO (CD - Varese Sarabande)
Features cues from the episodes Destiny, For Him the Bell Tolls, Girls Just Wanna Have Fun, Intimate Strangers, The Lost Mariner, Necessary Evil, Orphan of War, The Price, Remember Nothing, Return of Callisto and Solstice Carol, by Joseph LoDuca

XENA: WARRIOR PRINCESS, VOLUME FOUR (CD - Varese Sarabande)
Features cues from the episodes Adventures in the Sin Trade, Between the Lines, The Debt, Devi, Family Affair and The Way, by Joseph LoDuca

XENA: WARRIOR PRINCESS, VOLUME SIX (CD - Varese Sarabande)
Features cues from the episodes Fallen Angel, A Friend in Need, God Fearing Child, Ides of March, The Reingold, Return of the Valkyrie, and The Ring, by Joseph LoDuca

1996/1997 Emmy nominee, Outstanding Music Composition For A Series (Dramatic Underscore): Joseph LoDuca (Destiny)

1997/1998 Emmy nominee, Outstanding Music and Lyrics: Joseph Lo Duca ("The Love of Your Love" from The Bitter Suite)

1997/1998 Emmy nominee, Outstanding Music and Lyrics: Joseph Lo Duca, Dennis Spiegel ("Hearts Are Hurting" from The Bitter Suite)

1998/1999 Emmy nominee, Outstanding Music Composition For A Series: Joseph Loduca (Devi)

1999/2000 Emmy winner, Outstanding Music Composition For A Series (Dramatic Underscore): (Fallen Angel)

2000/2001 Emmy nominee, Outstanding Music Composition For A Series (Dramatic Underscore): Joseph LoDuca (The Rheingold)

2001/2002 Emmy nominee, Outstanding Music Composition For A Series (Dramatic Underscore): Joseph LoDuca (A Friend in Need II)


YOUNG HERCULES (1998-1999)

YOUNG HERCULES (CD - Varese Sarabande)
Features 15 cues from the series, by Joseph LoDuca


THE YOUNG INDIANA JONES CHRONICLES (1992-1993)

BEST OF THE WEST (CD - Edel)
2-disc set features a cue from Mexico 1916 by Laurence Rosenthal

LAURENCE ROSENTHAL: MUSIC FOR TELEVISION (CD - promo)
2-disc set features cues from Ireland 1916, Peking 1910, Prague 1917, Travels With Father, and Young Indiana Jones and the Hollywood Follies, by Laurence Rosenthal

THE YOUNG INDIANA JONES CHRONICLES, VOLUME ONE (CD - Varese Sarabande)
Features suites from Paris 1916 and Verdun 1916 by Joel McNeely; and Barcelona 1917 and Peking 1910 by Laurence Rosenthal

THE YOUNG INDIANA JONES CHRONICLES, VOLUME TWO (CD - Varese Sarabande)
Features suites from German East Africa 1916/The Congo 1917 and London 1916 by Joel McNeely; and British East Africa 1909 and Vienna 1908 by Laurence Rosenthal

THE YOUNG INDIANA JONES CHRONICLES, VOLUME THREE (CD - Varese Sarabande)
Features suites from Indiana Jones and the Mystery of the Blues and Indiana Jones and the Scandal of 1920 by Joel McNeely; and Princeton 1916 by Laurence Rosenthal

THE YOUNG INDIANA JONES CHRONICLES, VOLUME FOUR (CD - Varese Sarabande)
Features suites from Indiana Jones and the Phantom Train of Doom by Joel McNeely; and Ireland 1916 and Northern Italy 1918 by Laurence Rosenthal

1991/1992 Emmy nominee, Main Title Theme Music: Laurence Rosenthal

1992/1993 Emmy winner, Outstanding Individual Achievement In Music Composition For A Series (Dramatic Underscore): Joel Mcneely (Young Indiana Jones And The Scandal Of 1920)

1992/1993 Emmy nominee, Outstanding Individual Achievement In Music Composition For A Series (Dramatic Underscore): Laurence Rosenthal (Vienna, 1908)

1993/1994 Emmy winner: Outstanding Individual Achievement In Music Composition For A Series (Dramatic Underscore): Laurence Rosenthal (Ireland, 1916)

1994/1995 Emmy winner, Outstanding Individual Achievement In Music Composition For A Miniseries Or A Special (Dramatic Underscore): Laurence Rosenthal (Young Indiana Jones And The Hollywood Follies)

1996/1997 Emmy winner, Outstanding Music Composition For A Miniseries Or A Special (Dramatic Underscore): Laurence Rosenthal (The Young Indiana Jones Chronicles: Travels With Father)


The following entries were inadvertently omitted from the previous installments of this series:

CIMARRON STRIP (1967-1971)

MUSIC FROM CBS WESTERNS (CD - Film Music Society)
Features a suite from Knife in the Darkness by Bernard Herrmann


FREAKS AND GEEKS (1999-2000)

FREAKS AND GEEKS: ORIGINAL SOUNDTRACK AND SCORE (CD - Shout)
Features 11 themes from the series by Michael Andrews, plus songs


KNIGHT RIDER (1982-1986)

KNIGHT RIDER: THE BEST OF DON PEAKE VOL. 1 (CD - Hitchcock Media)
Features suites from the episodes Halloween Knight, Junk Yard Dog, Let It Be Me, Mouth of the Snake, Scent of Roses and White Bird, by Don Peake

KNIGHT RIDER: THE STU PHILLIPS SCORES (CD - Film Score Monthly)
Features suites from the episodes Forget Me Not, Inside Out, Knight of the Phoenix, Not a Drop to Drink and Trust Doesn't Rust, by Stu Phillips


THE L WORD (2004-present)

THE L WORD: THE SECOND SEASONS SESSIONS (CD - Silverlabel)
Features 44 themes from the series by ezgirl


RAWHIDE (1959-1966)

MUSIC FROM CBS WESTERNS (CD - Film Music Society)
Features a suite from Six Weeks to Bent Fork by Hugo Friedhofer


Parts One, Two, Three, Four, and Five of this series can be accessed on the website.

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