Tadlow music announces THRILLER Vol. 2
March 19, 2018
Six newly recorded Jerry Goldsmith episode suites in Tadlow’s THRILLER 2
Tadlow Music Presents Thriller 2, composed by Jerry Goldsmith, a Special Collector’s Edition featuring early cult TV scores. Volume 2 features newly recorded suites from six episodes composed by Jerry Goldsmith. This new release is scheduled for April 17, 2018.
THRILLER (also known as BORIS KARLOFF’S THRILLER) is an American anthology television series that aired during the 1960–61 and 1961–62 seasons on NBC. The show featured host Boris Karloff introducing a mix of macabre horror tales and suspense. THRILLER re-runs currently now air on various classic TV networks.
THRILLER was an early milestone in Goldsmith’s career, one of the television steppingstones en route to big-screen fame. Goldsmith would ultimately score 16 episodes of THRILLER (about a third of all those with original music) including some of the scariest and best-remembered hours.
The second volume includes suites from some of the most memorable episodes:
- TERROR IN TEAKWOOD
- GOD GRANTE THAT SHE LYE STILLE
- THE BRIDE WHO DIED TWICE
- THE WEIRD TAILOR
- LATE DATE
- Plus, Bonus Track: “Terror in Teakwood – Nocturne for Violin and Piano” by Caesar Giovannini, featuring Lucie Svehlova and Jaromir Klepac
- Over 70 Minutes Of Music
- Newly Recorded in Stunning and Dynamic Digital Sound
- Performed by the Acclaimed and Award-Winning City of Prague Philharmonic Orchestra Conducted by Nic Raine with a unusual chamber music set-up.
- New Score & Orchestration Reconstructed by Goldsmith expert, Leigh Phillips
- Informative Sleeve Notes by expert Critic, Jon Burlingame
- Recording Produced by James Fitzpatrick & Leigh Phillips for Tadlow Music
- Total Time: 70:44
- Catalogue Number: TADLOW 029
- Release Date: APRIL 17th 2018
For more details including track list and a video of the “Nocturne for Violin and Piano” from “Terror in Teakwood” – see tadlow music here
Watch 8-minute video from Dec 2017 score reconstruction recording session below