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One Step Beyond

LP (Item 9516) Decca, Early 60s — Condition: Used
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Harry Lubin did the soundtrack for this classic sci-fi digest TV show, and Decca released the whole thing in a beautiful colored foil cover, with a picture of the Milky Way raidiating colorful rays over a shiny space set! The bulk of the tracks are orchestral, but they've got a haunting quality that's a great example of the kind of eerie suspense and space themes you can get when you arrange a string section with a lot of atonal sounds! Titles include "Weird", "Paris", "Island Off Spain", "Fear", and "Jungle Aire". (Sweet original promo, with pink label – in the beautiful foil cover!)  © 1996-2014, Dusty Groove, Inc.


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