“Favourite TV Themes Volume Two” by Ray Martin and his Orchestra - album review

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TJR says

Following on from the first volume in '73, it's the usual high quality instrumentation and arrangement from Ray, with at least three worth cherry-picking as whacky inserts for that mixtape you've been working on.

The Jukebox Rebel
19-May-2012

A1 [02:35] 3.6.png Ray Martin and his Orchestra - European Football (The World At Their Feet) (Joan Shakespeare) Film Score / Incidental
A2 [03:54] 5.0.png Ray Martin and his Orchestra - Kung Fu: Caine’s Theme (Jim Helms) Film Score / Incidental
A3 [03:12] 6.4.png Ray Martin and his Orchestra - Ironside (Quincy Jones) Film Score / Incidental
A4 [03:39] 4.0.png Ray Martin and his Orchestra - Spring And Autumn (Paul Lewis) Film Score / Incidental
A5 [02:04] 6.0.png Ray Martin and his Orchestra - Mission Impossible (Lalo Schifrin) Film Score / Incidental
A6 [03:13] 4.5.png Ray Martin and his Orchestra - The High Chaparral (Harry Sukman, David Rose) Film Score / Incidental
B1 [03:12] 5.3.png Ray Martin and his Orchestra - Kojak (Billy Goldenberg) Film Score / Incidental
B2 [02:46] 4.0.png Ray Martin and his Orchestra - Upstairs Downstairs (The Edwardians) (Alexander Faris) Film Score / Incidental
B3 [02:55] 6.5.png Ray Martin and his Orchestra - Hawaii Five-O (Morton Stevens) Film Score / Incidental
B4 [03:57] 4.4.png Ray Martin and his Orchestra - Emmerdale Farm (Tony Hatch) Film Score / Incidental
B5 [03:05] 4.2.png Ray Martin and his Orchestra - International Golf (Red Carpet Ride) (John Shakespeare, Joan Shakespeare) Film Score / Incidental
B6 [02:19] 4.6.png Ray Martin and his Orchestra - Warship (Anthony Isaac) Film Score / Incidental




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