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01
Dudley Simpson The Tomorrow People Theme
00 :57
02
Delia Derbyshire & Brian Hodgson Lure Of The Space Goddess
00 :28
03
Brian Hodgson Battle Theme
00 :57
04
Brian Hodgson Homeric Theme
00 :57
05
Brian Hodgson Greek Concrete
00 :20
06 00 :57
07
Delia Derbyshire & Brian Hodgson Gothic Submarines
00 :57
08
Brian Hodgson Whirring Menace
00 :57
09
Brian Hodgson Souls In Space
00 :57
10
Brian Hodgson Time Capsule
00 :57
11
Delia Derbyshire & Brian Hodgson Restless Relays
00 :57
12
Derbyshire, Delia Planetarium
00 :57
13
Brian Hodgson Wet Asteroid
00 :57
14
Derbyshire, Delia Way Out
00 :57
15
Derbyshire, Delia Fresh Aire
00 :09
16
Derbyshire, Delia Delia's Theme
00 :57
17
Derbyshire, Delia Tentative Delia
00 :21
18
Delia Derbyshire & Brian Hodgson Delia's Idea
00 :20
19
Derbyshire, Delia Delia's Psychedelian Waltz
00 :35
20
Derbyshire, Delia Delia's Resolve
00 :05
21
Derbyshire, Delia Delia's Dream
00 :39
22
Derbyshire, Delia Delia's Reverie
00 :21
23
Derbyshire, Delia Delia's Fulfilment
00 :21
24
David Vorhaus Build Up To
00 :57
25
David Vorhaus Snide Rhythms
00 :50
26 00 :57
ARTIST
TITLE
The Tomorrow People - Original Television Music
FORMAT
CD

LABEL
CATALOG #
JBH 017CD JBH 017CD
GENRE
RELEASE DATE
4/3/2006

2010 repress, originally released in 2006. Rare, previously unreleased music by Delia Derbyshire, Dudley Simpson, Brian Hodgson & David Vorhaus! "The Tomorrow People album is a very unusual release. Firstly it appeals to Trunk Records collectors. Secondly it appeals to collectors of cult TV items. Thirdly, and most obviously, it appeals to fans of the Tomorrow People. Fourthly it is irresistible to fans of the Radiophonic Workshop -- Delia Derbyshire et al. Fifthly it appeals to fans of progressive and early electronics. It appeals to fans of library recordings. And finally, it's an historic recording. And remember, this is the last lost Delia Derbyshire, Brian Hodgson and David Vorhaus work left unreleased. Until now. Obviously it's a library record. A non-commercial LP, created in 1968/1969 and pure British electronics, ambient, experimental. The LP contains the work of three composers -- the legendary experimentalist David Vorhaus, Nikki St George (eh?) and someone known as Li De La Russe (who?). What makes this all the more interesting is that the two last musicians are pseudonyms, Nikki is in fact the awesome radiophonic Brian Hodgson, Li is none other than Delia Derbyshire. Both musicians were under contract to the BBC at the time, employed at the Radiophonic Workshop and were working with Vorhaus on the White Noise LP at the same time. 1969 was a big year for all three musicians. Creativity at the workshop had really climaxed, and together with Vorhaus their work (through their fledgling space Kalieaphon Studios) had flourished. And the important collaborative White Noise An Electric Storm LP was nearing completion. To many collectors of Derbyshire's music, the Hodgson sound and the work produced by the Radiophonic Workshop and its freelancers, this album represents possibly the last recording to remain unreleased commercially, until now."