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Stu Phillips - Jelly Belly (Electronic Music from Buck Rogers in the 25th Century) Part 1

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Uploaded on Aug 24, 2009

Notes:
This is a very very rare alternate version of the electronic dance track from the recording sessions to the Score of "Buck Rogers in the 25th Century" back in 1979.
(Cue Number: 3M801 Take 1)
At the beginning you can even hear the Soundengineer or the Tapeoperator.
Neither this or the final recording of that track can be found on the Original MCA Records LP or the Intrada CD.
According to Mr. Phillips he used a lot of vintage Kurzweil, Oberheim and Moog Synthesizers for this very moody track, played by Ian Underwood and Michael Boddicker. Also the title "Jelly Belly" is from his remberance.
The final version can only be heard in the Pilotepisodes or the Theatrical Version.

So i like to take the opportunity to share this rare and and by Fans most wanted electronic tune with you.
For further Infos, feel free to ask me.

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