Doctor Who: Devils' Planets – The Music of Tristram Cary

Doctor Who: Devils' Planets – The Music of Tristram Cary is a compilation of music by Tristram Cary for the television series Doctor Who. It features all the musical contributions Cary did for Doctor Who except for his music for Marco Polo (which no longer exists) and "The Ballad of the Last Chance Saloon" from The Gunfighters which was left off due to space reasons. The ballad eventually saw commercial release on the TV soundtrack release of that serial. Due to the folding of the BBC Music label, this album was available only for a limited period and now fetches high prices on auction sites such as eBay.

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Doctor Who: Devils' Planets – The Music Of Tristram Cary - Album Credits
... Original recordings produced by Tristram Cary Stereo Reduction of The Mutants by Tristram Cary, 2002 Compiled, produced and digitally remastered for compact disc by Mark Ayres ...

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