|1.||The Most Special Agent Joe 90 Main Titles|
|2.||The Most Special Agent A Dream Come True|
|3.||Hijacked A Wolf in the Fox’s Den|
|4.||Splashdown Air/Sea Rescue|
|5.||Colonel McClaine Wagon Train of Fear|
|6.||Colonel McClaine Running the Gauntlet|
|7.||Big Fish Tragedy Aboard the U85 / Porto Guava|
|8.||Three’s A Crowd A Song and Dance of Death|
|9.||Three’s A Crowd The Tangled Web|
|10.||The Race Race of Intelligence|
|11.||The Race Taking the WIN|
|12.||The Fortress Fleming in the Fortress|
|13.||The Fortress Breakout and Pursuit|
|14.||Arctic Adventure Nuclear Winter|
|15.||Double Agent Boy with a Suitcase|
|16.||The Unorthodox Shepherd Church Rats|
|17.||The Unorthodox Shepherd Divine Intervention|
|18.||International Concerto Agent Sladek|
|19.||International Concerto Sladek’s Recital|
|20.||Talkdown Trapped in the Sky|
|21.||Project 90 The Alpine Clinic Waltz|
|22.||Project 90 Balloon Ride|
|23.||Relative Danger The Mine Rescue|
|24.||Joe 90 End Titles|
Added on Tuesday, March 21, 2023
Silva Screen Records presents Joe 90 on Cd edition composed by Barry Gray. First appearing on TV screens in September 1968, Joe 90 was a unique nine year old boy with the ability to absorb the brain patterns of top experts enabling him to become the most special agent of W.I.N. (World Intelligence Network).
Silva Screen Records presents Joe 90 on Cd edition composed by Barry Gray.
First appearing on TV screens in September 1968, Joe 90 was a unique nine year old boy with the ability to absorb the brain patterns of top experts enabling him to become the most special agent of W.I.N. (World Intelligence Network).
Whilst there are arguably better-known scores amongst Barry Gray's sublime catalogue of work with the Andersons, the composer's work for Joe 90 is in many ways the most consistent and inventive selection he ever wrote.
Developing a theme for the new series was always the musician's starting point, and for Joe 90, the pop charts breezed into Gray's studio, with an opening tune featuring a genuine groove.
Mixing Gray's inventive electronics with 60s 'surf rock' guitars was an inspired decision. It is no wonder that this piece has gone on to enjoy a second life as a Northern Soul disco floor-filler.
For episodic incidentals, Gray was freed from the detached unearthly premise of Captain Scarlet and able to bring back a playful sensibility and a more mature musical palette which are amply illustrated in this 24 track collection.
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