Erich Kunzel, Cincinnati Pops Orchestra ‎– Star Tracks II

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Erich KunzelCincinnati Pops Orchestra ‎– Star Tracks II

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Telarc ‎– CD-80146
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1 The Planet Krypton From "Superman (1)"
Composed By – John Williams (4)
1:39
2 Back To The Future
Composed By – Alan Silvestri
3:18
3 Warp Drive 0:14
4 The Klingon Battle From "Star Trek (1): The Motion Picture"
Composed By – Jerry Goldsmith
5:26
5 Main Title From "Star Trek 2: The Wrath Of Khan"
Composed By – James Horner
3:19
"Star Trek 2: The Wrath Of Khan"
Composed By – James HornerNarrator – Leonard Nimoy
(8:46)
6.1 Epilogue 3:03
6.2 End Credits 5:42
7 Humpback Whale Song
Recorded By – Dr. Roger S. Payne
1:27
8 Main Title From "Star Trek 4: The Voyage Home"
Composed By – Leonard Rosenman
2:43
9 Music From "Space Camp"
Composed By – John Williams (4)
2:43
10 Theme From "Cocoon"
Composed By – James Horner
6:38
11 Theme From "Lifeforce"
Composed By – Henry Mancini
3:34
12 Parade Of The Ewoks From "Star Wars Episode 6: Return Of The Jedi"
Composed By – John Williams (4)
3:38
13 Dimensions
Composed By – Don Dorsey
4:32
14 Music From "The Right Stuff"
Composed By – Bill Conti
4:40

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Notes

WARP DRIVE (Track 3) is taken from "Star Trek 4: The Voyage Home" © 1986 by Paramount Pictures Corporation. All Rights Reserved.

HUMPBACK WHALE SONG (Track 7) was recorded by Dr. Roger Payne in 1970. The metallic sounds heard during this track are part of the original underwater recording, and should not be mistaken for mistracking.

LEONARD NIMOYS Voice (Track 6, Index 1) was heard in "Star Trek 2: The Wrath of Khan" © 1982 by Paramount Pictures Corporation. All Rights Reserved. It is used here with his kind permission.

Cover Painting: Detail from Space Mural at the Smithsonian Institution's National Air and Space Museum, Washington D.C. © 1976 by Robert McCall.

Recorded in Music Hall, Cincinnati, Ohio, on September 15 & 16, 1986 and May 10, 1987

Microphones: Schoeps MK-2s & MK-3
Digital Recording Processor: Sony PCM 1610 modified by Tony Faulkner
Console: Neotek, custom-built
Monitor Speakers: ADS Model 1530
Power Amplifier: Threshold Model S/500 Stasis, Series III

Microphone & Interconnecting Cables:
Monster Cable Prolink Series I, Interlink & M1

Control Room Acoustic Treatment:
Sonex from illbruch/usa
Soundex from Monster Cable

Digital Editing: Sony DAE 1100

During the recording of the digital masters and the subsequent transfer to disc, the entire audio chain was transformerless. The signal was not passed through any processing device (i.e., compression, limiting, or equalization) at any step during production.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 089408014628
  • ASIN: B000003CWH
  • Matrix / Runout: DIDX 001837
  • SPARS Code: DDD