Randall and Hopkirk (Deceased)
Network Distributing Ltd. (7959033)
Release Date: October 26, 2013
|1.||SIDE ONE: Main Title|
|2.||My Late Lamented Friend And Partner|
|3.||But What A Sweet Little Room|
|4.||For The Girl Who Has Everything|
|5.||SIDE TWO: Who Killed Cock Robin?|
|6.||The Smile Behind The Veil|
|7.||All Work And No Pay|
|8.||Money To Burn|
|9.||Just For The Record|
|10.||Murder Ain't What It Used To Be|
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Featuring new transfers from original analogue tape elements, mastering/vinyl cutting by Ray Staff (one of the best audio engineers in the world) and high quality pressing by the renowned Pallas pressing plant in Germany, this range of audiophile-level albums is presented on 180g virgin vinyl and gives superb sound reproduction.
With both theme and incidental music supplied by the versatile Edwin Astley, he returns here to the harpsichordan instrument he had previously employed to great effect in the theme for the hour-long Danger Man series. Astley furnished Randall & Hopkirk (Deceased) with a minor key main title theme, the lead instrument intoning a plaintive melody over an upbeat, rhythmic brass sectionperfectly matching the series' balance of drama and humour. The harpsichord recurs throughout the incidental cues, as well as providing a memorable 'sting' whenever the ghostly Marty pops in and out of the action.
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