Towards Tomorrow - BBC Radiophonic Workshop - Music From The BBC Radiophonic Workshop (Vinyl)
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A vinyl only reissue of Paddy Kingsland of the BBC Radiophonic Workshop's solo album, 'Fourth Dimension'. Much sought after by synth-sniffers the world over, this record features plenty of VCS 3 and 'Delaware' Synthi action backed by a 's session band.
Coloured vinyl • Limited – only for the UK. Silva Screen will reissue the BBC Radiophonic Workshop‘s album on very limited PINK vinyl next spelmarekasehojodhnoppihistrotech.xyzinfo hugely influential 10th anniversary album features remastered early electronic works of John Baker, David Cain and Delia Derbyshire.
The Dr Who theme tune is the most famous piece from the BBC’s Radiophonic Workshop. Andrew Harrison looks at how the team created groundbreaking electronic music.
The Visitation is the fourth serial of the 19th season of the British science fiction television series Doctor Who, which was first broadcast in four twice-weekly parts on BBC1 from 15 to 23 February The serial is set in and near London in the 17th century. In the serial, a group of fugitive aliens called Terileptils plot to make the Earth their new home by spreading a deadly plague.
Jul 02, · The Workshop at the BBC Music Studios in Maida Vale, London, is equipped with tape recording machines and other electronic equipment for generating and manipulating sound. The composition and realization of this music and sound is done by a small number of specialized creative staff. Printed & produced by Dawson Rossiter Ltd London/5(14).
The Radiophonic Workshop was the third album released from the BBC's far-flung maverick outpost in Maida Vale and is a showcase for many of the shorter Television and Radio themes and jingles the workshop produced in the first 10 years. 17 tracks/5(6).
The BBC Radiophonic Workshop officially opened for business on 1 April from Room 13 at the BBC's Maida Vale Studios. It was set up to provide theme tunes, incidental music and effects for BBC.
The Radiophonic Workshop is a compilation album by the BBC Radiophonic Workshop, similar in concept to the earlier BBC Radiophonic Music of The album featured a variety of work demonstrating many of the various techniques the Workshop used. Unlike its predecessor though, it was far more synthesiser orientated.