- Star Trek: The Next Generation (1987) [TV Series]
|1.||Star Trek: The Next Generation Main Title||1:49|
|2.||PART I: New Providence||1:22|
|3.||Not Ready* / Job grabber* / Early Worm* / No Doubt*||2:08|
|4.||Preparations* / What Do You Want?* / Fatigue* / Hansen's Message||2:12|
|6.||First Attach / Looks* / Tell It Like It Is*||5:28|
|8.||Borg Take Picard / Death Is Irrelevant / His Place||4:52|
|9.||Away Team Ready / On The Borg Ship / Nodes||5:19|
|11.||PART II : Energy Weapon Fails||3:16|
|12.||Repairs* / Humanity Taken||1:17|
|14.||Repairs Complete* / Cemetery Of Dead Ships||2:06|
|17.||Sitting Ducks* / Borg Reach Saturn*||1:08|
|19.||Sleep Command / Destruct Mode / Picard Is Back||6:24|
|21.||Star Trek: The Next Generation End Title (3rd Season, long version)||1:04|
|Total Album Time:||54:28|
Star Trek: The Next Generation Collection - Volume TwoLimited Edition of 3,000 Units
La-La Land Records (LLLCD 1377)
Released: January 19, 2016
Format: CD (227 min)
Star Trek: The Next Generation - Encounter at Farpoint / The Arsenal of FreedomGNP Crescendo (GNPD 8084)
Released: February 26, 2014
Format: CD (69 min)
Released: October 25, 2013
Format: Digital (2 min)
Star Trek : The Next Generation Collection - Volume OneLa-La Land Records (LLLCD 1176)
Released: July 20, 2011
Format: CD (235 min)
Star Trek : The Next Generation: The Ron Jones Project (1987-1999)Film Score Monthly (FSM BOX 05)
Released: September 28, 2010
Format: CD (989 min)
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* Previously Unreleased
One of the undeniable highlights of television's Star Trek: The Next Generation was the two-part episode, "The Best of Both Worlds" (the third-season cliffhanger and fourth-season opener). For composer Ron Jones, "The Best of Both Worlds" marked the apex of his impact on the first four seasons of Star Trek: The Next Generationa thrillingly dynamic symphonic score that fits the episodes like a glove. Jones's achievement was so popular that it became only the second Next Generation soundtrack album released at the time of production.
Although the complete score is infused with Jones's customary musical craft, the composer's chilling theme for the Borg, often voiced by eerie synthesized chorus, dominates "The Best of Both Worlds." It forms the basis for some of the score's exciting action-oriented material. In the episodes' quieter moments, Jones' scoring is subtle yet melodic, with colors and harmonies chosen to evoke emotion without overpowering the onscreen drama.
GNP Crescendo's 1991 soundtrack album from "The Best of Both Worlds," containing the major cues from both episodes, was enormously popular. This Expanded Collector's Edition, licensed by CBS Consumer Products, features the complete scores, adding the shorter, transitional moments that contain at least one piece of important thematic material missing from the original album. The 16-page booklet contains notes on both production and music by Lukas Kendall and John Takisbased on interviews with Jones and other primary source material.
"The Best of Both Worlds" is a testament to Jones's remarkable talent and creative imaginationand to the unconquerable human spirit that is the essence of Star Trek.
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