BBC Radiophonic Workshop. Doctor Who" Theme (Original 1963 Version). Arranged By – Delia – Grainer. Written-By – Fagandini.
BBC Radiophonic Music is the first compilation of music released by the BBC Radiophonic Workshop. It featured music by three of the Workshop's most prominent composers, John Baker, David Cain, and Delia Derbyshire. The album was originally released by BBC Radio Enterprises in 1968 to coincide with the Workshop's 10th anniversary and later re-released in 1971 on the BBC Records label.
BBC Radiophonic Workshop – A Retrospective is a 2008 compilation of music and effects from the BBC Radiophonic Workshop. It was released to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the establishment of the workshop and includes material ranging from then to its closure. Many of the tracks were previously released on the BBC Radiophonic Workshop - 21 and The Soundhouse. Hurdy-gurdy (disambiguation). During the gap between releases, many advances had been made in the use of computer technology to produce electronic music and this was reflected on the compilation with much of the material having been performed using the Fairlight CMI, the first digital sampling synthesiser
A new history of the BBC Radiophonic Workshop and its key associates has been published by Obverse Books. Written by veteran music promoter and writer Ned Netherwood, whose Was Ist Das? blog is an important node in the the Yorkshire underground scene, An Electric Storm: Daphne, Delia And The BBC Radiophonic Workshop covers the group from its inception in 1958 through its 1990s dissolution up to its modern reincarnation under the guidance of Matthew Herbert. But there’s more to the Radiophonic Workshop connection than just kitsch memories of their Doctor Who theme tune. I’ve been surprised by just how many leading luminaries of the British experimental music scene are hardcore Doctor Who fans, notes Netherwood. Since I announced I was doing the book, I’ve found myself in chats with artists who regularly grace the pages of The Wire.
Album Doctor Who - The 50th Anniversary Collection (Original Television Soundtrack). The theme tune to Doctor Who is a highly innovative piece, first recorded well before the availability of commercial synthesisers. Delia Derbyshire and assistant Dick Mills of the BBC Radiophonic Workshop realised Ron Grainer’s score.
To celebrate the 50th anniversary of the founding of the Radiophonic Workshop, Mark is compiling a two-CD set of Workshop music. It will comprise the two classic Workshop compilations 21 and Soundhouse, as well as an hour of previously unheard material. Details will be announced in SOS, and you can find out more at Mark's web site: ww. arkayres. Ray spent most of his BBC career as an engineer in the Radiophonic Workshop, fixing, building and modifying anything electronic. Arriving in the early '70s, he stayed for 20 years. In the early days it was almost like a club," he says. CD compilation of Doctor Who music and sounds from the '60s. Originally released by BBC Music, later re-released on the Grey Area sub-label of Mute. Doctor Who At The BBC Radiophonic Workshop, Volume Two: New Beginnings. Continuing from Volume One, this dives into the '70s.
The Doctor Who theme tune has been remixed to commemorate the series' 50th anniversary by Radiophonic Workshop - the band made up of surviving composers and engineers from the revered BBC studio. Radiophonic Workshop are currently recording an album of new music with contributions from members of Hot Chip, Prodigy and Roxy Music.
|A||–BBC Radiophonic Workshop||"Doctor Who" Theme (Original 1963 Version)
Arranged By – Delia DerbyshireWritten-By – Grainer*
|B||–Ray Cathode||Time Beat
Written-By – Fagandini*
|HRKS 8469||BBC Radiophonic Workshop / Ray Cathode||BBC Radiophonic Workshop / Ray Cathode - Doctor Who (50th Anniversary Edition) / Time Beat (7", Single, Ltd, RM)||Harkit Records||HRKS 8469||UK||2013|
|HRKS 8469||BBC Radiophonic Workshop / Ray Cathode||BBC Radiophonic Workshop / Ray Cathode - Doctor Who (50th Anniversary Edition) / Time Beat (7", Single, Ltd, RM, Blu)||Harkit Records||HRKS 8469||Europe||2013|