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Star Trek TOS (TV) soundtracks and re-recordings before LLL

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The LLL set is expensive and encyclopedic. Here is what was out before then—three soundtrack albums and four suites/re-recordings, probably the way to go for a little light listening!

 

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Alexander Courage
The Cage (OST 1)
Where No Man Has Gone Before (OST 1)
The Naked Time (OST 3)

 

Fred Steiner
Charlie X (Re-recording 1)
Mudd's Women (Re-recording 1)
The Corbomite Maneuver (Re-recording 1)
Mirror, Mirror (Re-recording 2)
By Any Other Name (Re-recording 2)

 

Sol Kaplan
The Enemy Within (Suites 2)
The Doomsday Machine (OST 2) (Re-recording 1)

 

Joseph Mullendore
The Conscience of the King (Suites 2)

 

Gerald Fried
Shore Leave (OST 3)
Amok Time (OST 2)
The Paradise Syndrome (Suites 1)

 

Samuel Matlovsky
I, Mudd (Suites 2)

 

Jerry Fielding
The Trouble With Tribbles (Re-recording 2)
Spectre of the Gun (Suites 2)

 

George Duning
Is There in Truth No Beauty? (Suites 1)
The Empath (Re-recording 2)

 

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There are two "best of Star Trek" releases by GNP that also have TOS music. The Trible With Tribbles, Corbomite Manuever, Balance Of Terror andWhat are Little Girls Made Of.

 

 

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You guys don't like Fielding's Trouble with Tribbles? I think it's a bunch of fun! I was very glad to have that suite from it before LLL's box rendered it redundant. Of course Fielding's other score for the series was even better.

 

Yavar

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I find TOS music to be of consistently very high quality and thoroughly enjoy listening to it.  Especially the symphonic suites showcasing them in longer form but the music was very high quality.

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