Murray: THE DOCTOR DANCES

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5.0 out of 5 stars Sonnet upon a Doctor Who Soundtrack, March 21, 2007

By Crazy Fox (Chicago, IL United States) – See all my reviews

This CD begins most auspiciously,
Familiar ’tis the errant Time Lord’s theme:
Remixed, empowered for our century,
Yet true to Ron Grainer’s celestial dream.
The rest’s superb and stellar in its range,
With Cyber march and choral Dalek dirge,
Now thrilling, now haunting, eerie and strange,
Even strains of wistful romance emerge.
In style mostly sci-fi instrumental,
Plus twin vocals resembling a sore thumb.
To evoke the show’s moods, fundamental:
Melodic magic to which you’ll succumb.
Hear this soundtrack again and again–
Relive the tales of Doctors nine and ten!

4.0 out of 5 stars But can the sonic screwdriver hold MP3’s?
For Dr. Who fans you are going to get a nice suprise. All the compositions are well done especially “Doomsday” Killer bass line. Read more

Published two months ago by Patrick Moreau

5.0 out of 5 stars The Doctor Dances!, July 18, 2007

By David West “David West” (Hebron, KY, United States) – See all my reviews

Murray Gold has hit…well, gold.
So has the BBC.
I believe that this show could run forever now that it has been re-invented. Whether it does or not is important to me because it will live with me.
The new Doctor Who is not only for the fans nor is the music. This music will appeal to anyone so check out the shows and relate to the music! The theme has completely re-invented and I love that but I might say that without the Mark Ayres’ and the Dominic Glynn’s…where would we be now?
I love this.

Some words are edited for correct spellings. Funniest thing ever.

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