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World premiere release of original soundtrack music from popular TV series about military justice. Intrada CD presents score to "Pilot" episode by Bruce Broughton, which introduces famous theme, surrounds with dynamic, large-scale orchestral excitement. Rhythmic action cues for several flying sequences are stand out examples of Broughton's flair for rip-roaring military action! Also appearing is complete score to "Cowboys And Cossacks" episode by series composer Steve Bramson. Here fans will find powerhouse score anchored by impressive low brass main theme plus dynamic orchestral action cues. Both scores presented from digital session masters courtesy CBS. High flying excitement all the way! Bruce Broughton conducts "Pilot", Steve Bramson conducts "Cowboys And Cossacks". SOLD OUT!
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Composed and Conducted by Bruce Broughton
01. Engage and Destroy; Main Title (4:42)
02. Getting Some Air; Angela Overboard (2:39)
03. Harm and Kate Arrive (2:21)
04. Harm's Past; Over Bosnia (1:55)
05. Gold Wings & Dress Whites; Wave Off (1:31)
06. Contemplation (0:27)
07. Joyride (1:49)
08. Angela on a Slab (1:34)
09. Playout (0:15)
10. Scuttlebutt's True (4:27)
11. To Hell and Back, Sir; Let'm Trap! (6:05)
12. Harm Does It (3:25)
13. Judgement Call (2:09)
14. Gold Wings, White Uniform (1:56)
15. End Credits (0:57)
Total Score Time: 36:49
'Cowboys and Cossacks'
Composed and Conducted by Steve Bramson
16. Format Bumper (0:07)
17. Teaser (1:43)
18. Format Main Title (0:47)
19. Act One Playon; Exchange (1:20)
20. Fire!; Grinkov (4:29)
21. One Rule of War (1:16)
22. Jumping Ship; Convincing Yuri (2:12)
23. Yuri Turns (1:57)
24. To the Brig; Boxing Petavitch (1:41)
25. Live Missile (0:42)
26. This Is War (3:05)
27. Grinkov Relents (4:26)
28. A Sailor's Death; Format End Credits (1:44)
Total Score Time: 26:02
Pilot Composed and Conducted by Bruce Broughton and Cowboys and Cossacks Composed and Conducted by Steve Bramson.
Recorded on April 6 and 7, 1995, at Paramount Scoring Stage "M".
This soundtrack was produced in cooperation with the
American Federation of Musicians of the United States and Canada.
Robert Bornstein (Superv.)