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|The Worlds of Doctor Who|
|Publisher:||Silva Screen Records, FILMCD 715|
|Release date:||11 April 1994|
|Doctor Who soundtracks|
|none||Doctor Who: Original Soundtrack Recording|
- You may be looking for the Big Finish audio drama.
The Worlds of Doctor Who was a compilation CD consisting of musical excerpts from Doctor Who episode soundtracks, coupled with music from some of the independent spin-off productions for Reeltime Pictures, some original music and several versions of the Doctor Who theme. Most tracks (which included a mixture of original soundtrack recordings and newer performances) had been previously issued, with three trackings being released for the first time: Mark Ayres' main title music to the documentary Return to Devil's End, and two arrangements of the Doctor Who theme by Mark Lambert and Ian Hu, the second of which includes a guest performance (on the musical spoons) by Sylvester McCoy. The original theme arrangements by Delia Derbyshire and Peter Howell are also included, along with the never broadcast Terror Theme variant by Dominic Glynn originally created for the Doctor Who - Variations on a Theme project.
Track listing Edit
- "Doctor Who" (Ron Grainer; arrangement by Mark Lambert and Ian Hu)
- "TARDIS - Doctor Who" (original Ron Grainer/Delia Derbyshire theme arrangement)
- "The World of Doctor Who" (Dudley Simpson)
- "The Sea Devils" (Malcolm Clarke)
- "The Ark in Space" (Simpson; arr. Heathcliff Blair)
- "Pyramids of Mars" (Simpson; arr. Blair)
- "The Brain of Morbius" (Simpson; arr. Blair)
- Doctor Who theme (Peter Howell arrangement)
- "Meglos" (Howell)
- "The Five Doctors" (Howell)
- "The Caves of Androzani" (Roger Lamb)
- "Myth Makers theme" (Mark Ayres)
- "Doctor Who - Terror Version" (Grainer; arr. Dominic Glynn)
- "Terror in Totters Lane" (Ayres)
- "The Greatest Show in the Galaxy" (Ayres)
- "Ghost Light" (Ayres)
- "The Curse of Fenric" (Ayres)
- "Return to Devil's End Main Theme" (Ayres)
- "Doctor Who" (Grainer; arr. Lambert/Hu, featuring Sylvester McCoy)