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Welcome to part one of episode 27 of The Archive on the CINEMATIC SOUND RADIO NETWORK.
Your host Jason Drury first plays an extended suite of the recently released re-recording from Tadlow Records of Miklos Rozsa’s classic score for the 1961 Biblical epic, KING OF KINGS.
Then Jason plays selections from Don Davis’s wonderful score for the 2004 BBC Drama Documentary special SPACE ODYSSEY: VOYAGE TO THE PLANETS or if you prefer WALKING WITH SPACEMEN (BSX Records).
His "Best of British" section spans both parts of this episode, featuring the music of John Addison. During this show, Jason plays Addison's rip roaring score to the 1976 film SWASHBUCKLER (Quartet Records).
Jason then finishes part one by playing selections of Maurice Jarre’s score for the classic 1975 John Huston directed adventure THE MAN WHO WOULD BE KING (Kritzerland) as a tribute to the late great Sir Sean Connery who died in November 2020.
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