BBD radioshow 09.20.2021 – Bruton Music, part six

15:04:18
Bruton Music, part six (mixcloud)
[see the more simple/traditional style tracklist – with only the artists’ names and track titles – below, at the bottom of this post, thanks]
01 John Cameron – Constellation (Dreamy air of mistery) 1:05
[BRD5, Fragrance. Warm, sophisticated, contemporary. 52]
02 Alan Hawkshaw – Sundown (Warm, sophisticated contemporary electric) 3:26
[BRD6, Leisure. Relaxed, open-air moods. 53]
03 Tony Hymas – Soft Illusion (Dreamy) 2:14
[BRD7, Soft Illusions. Warm, leisurely, relaxed contemporary sounds. 65]
04 Harold Fisher – Follow The Sun (Warm Accoustic Guitar feature) 1:44
[BRD11, Summer Thoughts. Relaxed leisure moods. 117]
05 Zou De Sousa – Cirrus (Light, Expansive) 0:29
[BRD28, Watercolours. Natural musical pictures/BRR24, Jingles Volume Twentyfour. New age.]
06 Tim Stone/Jay Stapley – Chicken Chase (Fast Guitar picking) 2:17
[BRF7, Southern Fried. Spoof American Country Music. Guitars, Banjo & Rhythm.]
07 Adam Routh – Disco Samba (Percussive Samba) 0:38
[BRG34, Have A Nice Day. Stylish, upmarket and contemporary/BRR24, Jingles Volume Twentyfour. Latin Fusion.]
08 James Simpson & Philip Pope – The City Never Sleeps b. (Metropolitan, bustling – Underscore version) 3:11
[BRG35, Chasin’ A Dream. A variety of styles for the broadcast media.]
09 Phil & Martin Kershaw – Pacific Line b. (Rhythmic with a sense of urgency) 0:59
[BRG36, New Look. Sophisticated sound for a modern generation.]
10 Jonathan Hodge – Airwaves b. (Soulful with a lyrical beat – Underscore) 2:00
[BRG37, Airwaves. A Variety of styles for the broadcast media.]
11 Alan Hawkshaw – Dark Vision (Sustained dark chords) 3:04
[BRI8, Kinetics/Vision. […] A foresight of new technology. 122]
12 Brian Bennett – Shuttlecraft (Surrealistic fearsome opening joined by rhythm at 0:50 creating a feeling of futuristic motion) 6:53
[BRI10, Fantasia. An electronic suite not conforming to the usual rules of music but comprising various airs and movements according to the composers creative inspiration. 130]
15:32
13 Trevor Bastow – Mechanics (Light industrial motion) 1:32
[BRI11, The Video Age. Ultra contemporary cues emphasising advancement in technology and its benefit to mankind. 134]
14 James Asher – Cosmos (Etherial rich suspended) 2:25
[BRI15, Generation Gap. Young, vibrant, new ground Rock moods frenetic to etherial. 168]
15 Trevor Bastow – Feather Bed (Contended soft underlay) 3:03
[BRI22, Music Beds, Underlays for voice over in varying degrees of intensity. 201]
16 Francis Monkman – The Achievements of Man (The determination to achieve great heights) 3:20
[BRL3, Advanced Technology. Efficient, contemporary, purposeful. Realised with the use of advanced recording techniques. 75]
17 Alec Gould – Farndale Moor (Rustic Euphonium & Concetina) 1:30
[BRO7, Echoes Of Industry. Suite 1../Suite 2. Woodwind, Brass Sextet, Concetina, Percussion. 249]
18 Alec Gould – Masque (Balletic waltz with a hint of mystery. In the style of Prokofiev) 1:50
[BRP7, Classical Strings. Side A: Symphonic Strong works in the style of 20th Century classical composers/.. 209]
19 Dougie Pincock – Dorinda McClure (Pipe March) 2:42
[BRR22, Scotland/Ireland.]
20 Dave Roylance/Bob Galvin – God Rest Ye Reggae Gentleman (Caribbean Christmas) 3:21
[BRR24, Christmas Is Here. A kaleidoscope of contemporary Christmas sounds.]
21 Francis Monkman – Starlight (Suspended beauty to 1:30. Impressive rhythmic statement to 2:13. Reverts as beginning to end) 3:38
[BRD5, Fragrance. Warm, sophisticated, contemporary. 52]
22 Duncan Lamont – Sales Appeal (Light refreshing) 2:07
[BRD6, Leisure. Relaxed, open-air moods. 53]
23 David Snell – Southern Comfort (Harp into light Trumpet tune) 3:00
[BRD11, Summer Thoughts. Relaxed leisure moods. 117]
16:00
24 Zou De Sousa – Tree Tops (Flowing Gentle Landscape) 0:29
[BRD28, Watercolours. Natural musical pictures/BRR24, Jingles Volume Twentyfour. New age.]
25 Tim Stone/Jay Stapley – Guitar Pickin’ (Uptempo Guitar duet) 1:34
[BRF7, Southern Fried. Spoof American Country Music. Guitars, Banjo & Rhythm.]
26 Adam Routh – Pineapple (Bright & Funky) 0:29
[BRG34, Have A Nice Day. Stylish, upmarket and contemporary/BRR24, Jingles Volume Twentyfour. Latin Fusion.]
27 Trevor Bastow – Turbo (Speed with ease) 2:02
[BRI11, The Video Age. Ultra contemporary cues emphasising advancement in technology and its benefit to mankind. 134]
28 James Asher – Nitescape (Calm, symphatetic) 2:49
[BRI15, Generation Gap. Young, vibrant, new ground Rock moods frenetic to etherial. 168]
29 James Asher – Rock Star (Broad sustained chords with funky rhythm) 2:59
[BRI22, Music Beds, Underlays for voice over in varying degrees of intensity. 201]
30 Chris Gunning – Fragrance (Elegant, sophisticated) 2:20
[BRD5, Fragrance. Warm, sophisticated, contemporary. 52]
31 Robert Folk – Night Games (Sophisticated glamour) 2:32
[BRD11, Summer Thoughts. Relaxed leisure moods. 117]
32 Zou De Sousa – Strange Place (Weird, Hollow) 0:32
[BRD28, Watercolours. Natural musical pictures/BRR24, Jingles Volume Twentyfour. New age.]
33 Geoff Bastow – Satellite (Slow revolving patterns) 1:47
[BRI11, The Video Age. Ultra contemporary cues emphasising advancement in technology and its benefit to mankind. 134]
34 Trevor Bastow – Synopsis 1. (Gentle circular theme) 2:48
[BRI22, Music Beds, Underlays for voice over in varying degrees of intensity. 201]
35 Peter Murphy – Boats of Portmarnock (By the bay) 1:36
[BRR22, Scotland/Ireland.]
36 Chris Gunning – Such Sweet Sorrow (Sentimental) 2:43
[BRD5, Fragrance. Warm, sophisticated, contemporary. 52]
37 Zou De Sousa – Watercolours (Light Movement) 0:29
[BRD28, Watercolours. Natural musical pictures/BRR24, Jingles Volume Twentyfour. New age.]
38 Trevor Bastow – Preview (Leisurely pace. Confident) 2:39
[BRI11, The Video Age. Ultra contemporary cues emphasising advancement in technology and its benefit to mankind. 134]
39 James Asher – Between The Icebergs (Suspended sonorous) 2:25
[BRI15, Generation Gap. Young, vibrant, new ground Rock moods frenetic to etherial. 168]
16:30
40 James Asher – Squeeze Zoom (Electro mechanical workings) 2:09
[BRI22, Music Beds, Underlays for voice over in varying degrees of intensity. 201]
41 Chris Gunning – Going Home (Warm, tender) 2:55
[BRD5, Fragrance. Warm, sophisticated, contemporary. 52]
42 Tim Stone/Jay Stapley – Commanche (Western spoof) 2:45
[BRF7, Southern Fried. Spoof American Country Music. Guitars, Banjo & Rhythm.]
43 Geoff Bastow – Communique (Innovations in transport and communication) 2:05
[BRI11, The Video Age. Ultra contemporary cues emphasising advancement in technology and its benefit to mankind. 134]
44 James Asher – Rhythm Track (Funky rhythm) 2:29
[BRI22, Music Beds, Underlays for voice over in varying degrees of intensity. 201]
45 Andrew Jackman – Surrealism (Sustained chords under melodic Guitar) 2:41
[BRD5, Fragrance. Warm, sophisticated, contemporary. 52]
46 Trevor Bastow – Better Ways (Leisurely with automated pulse) 2:22
[BRI11, The Video Age. Ultra contemporary cues emphasising advancement in technology and its benefit to mankind. 134]
47 Trevor Bastow – Perfume Productions (Soft progressive underlay) 2:00
[BRI22, Music Beds, Underlays for voice over in varying degrees of intensity. 201]
48 Alan Hawkshaw – Spellbound (Rhapsodic Pano and Strings) 2:50
[BRD5, Fragrance. Warm, sophisticated, contemporary. 52]
16:52:50

49 Brian Bennett – Discovery (An environment of unreality to an unresolved conclusion) 6:11 (BRI10, Fantasia) + hírek/news
hírek/news + 50 Brian Bennett – A New World (The creation of Utopia) 6:34 (BRI10, Fantasia)
17:05:18
Mintamókus radio show

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Bruton Music, part six (mixcloud)
Bruton Music, part six
01 John Cameron – Constellation
02 Alan Hawkshaw – Sundown
03 Tony Hymas – Soft Illusion
04 Harold Fisher – Follow The Sun
05 Zou De Sousa – Cirrus
06 Tim Stone/Jay Stapley – Chicken Chase
07 Adam Routh – Disco Samba
08 James Simpson & Philip Pope – The City Never Sleeps b.
09 Phil & Martin Kershaw – Pacific Line b.
10 Jonathan Hodge – Airwaves b.
11 Alan Hawkshaw – Dark Vision
12 Brian Bennett – Shuttlecraft
13 Trevor Bastow – Mechanics
14 James Asher – Cosmos
15 Trevor Bastow – Feather Bed
16 Francis Monkman – The Achievements of Man
17 Alec Gould – Farndale Moor
18 Alec Gould – Masque
19 Dougie Pincock – Dorinda McClure
20 Dave Roylance/Bob Galvin – God Rest Ye Reggae Gentleman
21 Francis Monkman – Starlight
22 Duncan Lamont – Sales Appeal
23 David Snell – Southern Comfort
24 Zou De Sousa – Tree Tops
25 Tim Stone/Jay Stapley – Guitar Pickin’
26 Adam Routh – Pineapple
27 Trevor Bastow – Turbo
28 James Asher – Nitescape
29 James Asher – Rock Star
30 Chris Gunning – Fragrance
31 Robert Folk – Night Games
32 Zou De Sousa – Strange Place
33 Geoff Bastow – Satellite
34 Trevor Bastow – Synopsis 1.
35 Peter Murphy – Boats of Portmarnock
36 Chris Gunning – Such Sweet Sorrow
37 Zou De Sousa – Watercolours
38 Trevor Bastow – Preview
39 James Asher – Between The Icebergs
40 James Asher – Squeeze Zoom
41 Chris Gunning – Going Home
42 Tim Stone/Jay Stapley – Commanche
43 Geoff Bastow – Communique
44 James Asher – Rhythm Track
45 Andrew Jackman – Surrealism
46 Trevor Bastow – Better Ways
47 Trevor Bastow – Perfume Productions
48 Alan Hawkshaw – Spellbound

Library music MARATHON pack

Direct dwnld links to the episodes of my library music series so far (see the tracklist in the Comment field of ID3v2 tags of .mp3s too). 1391 tracks with a total duration of 59 hours and 28 minutes in the ~256kbps .mp3 mixes:

1. Library Music, part one (101:28, 36 tracks)
2. Library Music, part two (110:51, 43 tracks)
3. Library Music, part three (109:08, 36 tracks)
4. Library Music, part four (106:17, 42 tracks)
5. Library Music, part five – reiusses, pt1 (114:05, 41 tracks)
6. Library Music, part six – comps, pt1 (110:16, 44 tracks)
7. Library Music, part seven (115:32, 45 tracks)
8. Library Music, part eight – reissues, pt2 (114:26, 38 tracks)
9. Library Music, part nine (110:29, 47 tracks)
10. Library Music, part ten – comps, pt2 (112:33, 43 tracks)
11. Library Music, part eleven (116:09, 43 tracks)
12. Library Music, part twelve (111:31, 47 tracks)
13. Library Music, part twelve (112:29, 42 tracks)
14. Library Music, part thirteen (111:11, 44 tracks)
15. Library Music, part fifteen (115:35, 65 tracks)
16. Library Music, part sixteen (112:52, 43 tracks)
17. Library Music, part seventeen – reissues, pt3 (112:11, 37 tracks)
18. Library Music, part eighteen (109:37, 47 tracks)
19. Library Music, part nineteen – comps, pt3 (117:46, 42 tracks)
20. Library Music, part twenty (112:28, 44 tracks)
21. Bruton Music, part one (108:57, 50 tracks)
22. Bruton Music, part two (105:17, 45 tracks)
23. Bruton Music, part three (110:49, 41 tracks)
24. Bruton Music, part four (113:02, 44 tracks)
25. Bruton Music, part five (75:40, 35 tracks)
26. May the force Be With KPM (117:05, 42 tracks)
27. Return of the KPM (108:05, 44 tracks)
28. Klaus Weiss: Time Signals vs Sound Inventions (21:27, 14 tracks)
29. In memoriam Friedel Berlipp (111:53, 60 tracks)
30. In memoriam Ray Davies (117:03, 44 tracks)
31. In memoriam Jerzy Milian, part one (114:25, 34 tracks)
32. In memoriam Jerzy Milian, part two (115:09, 36 tracks)
33. The Rob Franken Electrification (112:38, 33 tracks)

Tomanek: Library music MARATHON pack

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Library music XMAS pack

Direct dwnld links to the episodes of my library music series so far (see the tracklist in the Comment field of ID3v2 tags of .mp3s too). 820 tracks with a total duration of 34 hours and 53 minutes in the 256kbps .mp3 mixes:

1. Library Music, part one (101:28, 36 tracks)
2. Library Music, part two (110:51, 43 tracks)
3. Library Music, part three (109:08, 36 tracks)
4. Library Music, part four (106:17, 42 tracks)
5. Library Music, part five – reiusses, pt1 (114:05, 41 tracks)
6. Library Music, part six – comps, pt1 (110:16, 44 tracks)
7. Library Music, part seven (115:32, 45 tracks)
8. Library Music, part eight – reissues, pt2 (114:26, 38 tracks)
9. Library Music, part nine (110:29, 47 tracks)
10. Library Music, part ten – comps, pt2 (112:33, 43 tracks)
11. Library Music, part eleven (116:09, 43 tracks)
12. Library Music, part twelve (111:31, 47 tracks)
13. Bruton Music, part one (108:57, 50 tracks)
14. Bruton Music, part two (105:17, 45 tracks)
15. Bruton Music, part three (110:49, 41 tracks)
16. Bruton Music, part four (113:02, 44 tracks)
17. Bruton Music, part five (75:40, 35 tracks)
18. May the force Be With KPM (117:05, 42 tracks)
19. Return of the KPM (108:05, 44 tracks)
20. Klaus Weiss: Time Signals vs Sound Inventions (21:27, 14 tracks)

Tomanek: Library music XMAS pack

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BBD radioshow 10.26.2020 – Bruton Music, part four

15:07:01
Bruton Music, part four (mixcloud)
[see the more simple/traditional style tracklist – with only the artists’ names and track titles – below, at the bottom of this post, thanks]
01. Tony Hymas – Electric Rain 00:28
[BRB3, Jingles. All 28 secs in duration. Where extended versions have been issued which will edit to 58 secs, corresponding record nos. are indicated in brackets. 79]
02. Alan Hawkshaw ‎- Astral Plain (Slow revolving suspension) 3:35
[BRI6, Frontiers of Science. Contemporary electronic atmospherics. 105]
03. Alan Hawkshaw – Crystal Vision (Bell like sequential patterns) 1:46
[BRI8, Kinetics/Vision. […] A foresight of new technology. 122]
04. Tony Hymas – Dreamland (Soft, suspended) 2:35
[BRD7, Soft Illusions. Warm, leisurely, relaxed contemporary sounds. 65]
05. Andrew Jackman – House On The Hill (Idyllic pastorale with slight feeling of unease) 1:58
[BRJ11, Universe/Deadly Nightshade. […] Orchestral sequences particularly conductive to psychic drama past and present. Sequences have detachable startle, introductions and are designed to be intercut and crossfaded. 98]
06. Keith Mansfield – Soft Haze (Fuller version) 0:48
[BRJ3, Important Project/Wonders of the World/Endeavour. Dramatic orchestral theme, fluid underscores describing variousstages of progress from quite beginning to fulfilment. 30]
07. Steve Gray – Place to Place (Light revolving patterns) 2:14
[BRL3, Advanced Technology. Efficient, contemporary, purposeful. Realised with the use of advanced recording techniques. 75]
08. Brian Bennett – Ascending Shapes (Floating upward) 0:30
[BRJ6, The World Around Us. A penetrating sutdy of nature. Woodwind, Harp, Percussion, Piano and String Quartet. 69]
09. Steve Jolliffe – Earth Dawn (Dark, pulsating) 3:24
[BRJ24, Earth. Folky surrealistic impressions of life on earth past, present and future. 167]
10. Steve Gray – Resting Place (Quiet, reflective) 2:13
[BRD6, Leisure. Relaxed, open-air moods. 53]
11. Keith Mansfield – Sweet Groove (Free moving) 2:25
[BRG3, Country Bound. Modern open air active scenes. 39]
15:30
12. Jim Lawless – Travellin’ Light (Fast motion for vibes and percussion) 1:57
[BRE2, Children. In a variety of styles from unusual chamber orchestra to simple vibraphone. 61]
13. Peter Morris – Moon Dancer (Progressive and funky) 2:04
[BRG8, Fresh Approach. Contemporary foreground material. 73]
14. B. Bennett/W. Bennett – Xenon Lights (“Frankie Goes to Hollywood” dance style) 3:44
[BRH28, In The Groove. Exciting contemporary sounds.]
15. Alan Hawkshaw – World of Commerce (Propulsive with efficient melodic line) 4:23
(BRI20, Audio Visual Energy. Electro-industrial theme sequences. 192]
16. Alan Hawkshaw – Fuel Injection (Determinded medium pace ends in descending dissolve) 2:49
[BRH5, Lighy My Fire. Uptempo, vivid Brass and Rhythm. 62]
17. Francis Monkman – Man & Superman (The endless turmoil) 3:30
[BRL3, Advanced Technology. Efficient, contemporary, purposeful. Realised with the use of advanced recording techniques. 75]
18. Harold Fisher – Mercury (Fast, fluid, propulsive) 3:35
[BRL5, Light Industry. Contemporary, semi-electronic. 103]
19. John Scott – Utopia Revisited 1 (Exotic with modern rhythm. Thematic to Utopia) 2:47
[BRJ18, Lifes Ritual. An unusual atmospheric suite descriptive of life in a natural environment. 127]
20. John A. Coleman – Pressing Endeavour (Urgency, determination) 1:40
[BRJ3, Important Project/Wonders of the World/Endeavour. A contemporary theme set for Brass, Woodwind and Rhythm descriptive of the objectives of industrialised society. 30]
21. Alan Hawkshaw – Accentuated Energy (Accentuated determined propulsion) 3:48
(BRI20, Audio Visual Energy. Electro-industrial theme sequences. 192]
16:00
22. Alan Hawkshaw – Visionary (Dreamlike, at rest) 2:02
[BRI8, Kinetics/Vision. […] A foresight of new technology. 122]
23. Alan Hawkshaw ‎- Saturn Rings (Soft, nebulous) 3:55
[BRI6, Frontiers of Science. Contemporary electronic atmospherics. 105]
24. Trevor Bastow – Kinetic Strength (Slow, resonant) 3:00
[BRI8, Kinetics/Vision. […] 122]
25. Francis Monkman – Tubular Tubes (Contrapuntal to heavy solid theme) 2:31
[BRH8, Rhtyhm Stick. Pacey and loud to cool layed back contemporary scores featuring Guitars, Keyboards, Woodwind, Brass, Drums and Percussion. 102]
26. Richard Hill – Landrover (A-B movement with suggestion of tension and open air) 2:08
[BRJ9, Web of Intrigue/Investigator. A theme suite depicting elements of mystery and intrigue, past or present. […] 84]
27. Brian Bennett – Surveillance (Brooding suspense) 1:53
[BRJ2, Drama Montage. A comprehensive theme set of modern dramatics. 19]
28. Brian Bennett – Psychopath (Taut build up to climax at 0:26 to heavy tense movement to horrific stab chords at end) 3:35
[BRJ8, Drama Montage Volume Two. A comprehensive set of modern dramatic movement, suspense and atmos. Will cut and cross fade just as you would wish. 83]
29. Brian Bennett – Routine Check (Surveillance) 1:39
[BRJ2, Drama Montage. A comprehensive theme set of modern dramatics. 19]
30. Brian Bennett – Quiet Waters (Pretty placid) 3:05
[BRJ6, The World Around Us. A penetrating sutdy of nature. Woodwind, Harp, Percussion, Piano and String Quartet. 69]
31. Richard Hill – Imposing Theme (Bold, impressive, emotional) 1:45
[BRJ11, Universe/Deadly Nightshade. A symphonic atmospheric suite of bold dimensions. […] 98]
32. John Scott – Pentagon 2. (Agitated, suspenseful) 1:35
[BRJ17, Theme Sets. Orchestral suites of differing treatments of basic themes. Each cue is written in sequences to facilitate editing. 124]
33. Brian Bennett – In Suspense (Expectant, suspenseful. Harpsichord giure at end editable for transition or link) 1:50
[BRJ2, Drama Montage. A comprehensive theme set of modern dramatics. 19]
34. Brian Bennett – Knuckleduster (Fast incessant chase or fight to button end) 2:55
[BRJ8, Drama Montage Volume Two. A comprehensive set of modern dramatic movement, suspense and atmos. Will cut and cross fade just as you would wish. 83]
16:30
35. John Hawkins – Hooligan (Raucous action) 2:08
[BRJ9, Web of Intrigue/Investigator. […] A light hearted funky drama suite. 84]
36. Miki Antony & Tom Parker – Portugalia (Fast Afro-rock featuring drums & congas solo & very busy guitar. Long repeat fade) 3:04
[BRH2, Heavy Rock. Heavy contemporary Rock Music. 5]
37. John Hawkins – Hit Man (Dramatic movement) 1:50
[BRJ9, Web of Intrigue/Investigator. […] A light hearted funky drama suite. 84]
38. C. Rae / F. McDonald / G. Shury – On Schedule (Insistant medium pace movement) 2:10
[BRH1, Rock City. Slick metropolitan and travelling backcloths. 4]
39. Brian Bennett – Getting Close (Neutral tense movement) 2:36
[BRJ2, Drama Montage. A comprehensive theme set of modern dramatics. 19]
40. J. Leach / G. Fenton – Return From The Battle (Ancient duet for Pipa (Banjo) and Chin (Lute)) 2:47
[BRR4, The Orient. 12]
41. Trevor Bastow – Motion 2 (Bright, sunny) 2:28
[BRK5, Contemporary Motion. Action scenes in varying degrees of intensity. 93]
42. Francis Monkman – Strident Theme (Urgent powerful theme. End slows to stop) 3:01
[BRK1, Driving Force. Dangerous and exciting action. 28]
43. Alan Hawkshaw – Hot Seat (Current affairs, pop vox) 2:00
[BRL7, Music Machine. Clean, fresh, futuristic. 166]
43. Alan Hawkshaw – Brand New (Light clarion sequence) 4:12
(BRI20, Audio Visual Energy. Electro-industrial theme sequences. 192]
[some speaking into the microphone by me]
44. Alan Hawkshaw ‎- Sky 2. (As above – suspended and beautiful – with spun echo effect) 3:05
[BRI6, Frontiers of Science. Contemporary electronic atmospherics. 105].
17:00:04
hírek/news
Brüsszeli Diktátum radio show ..helyett Bossa Bom Dia ráadás, Bruton Music part five

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Bruton Music, part four (mixcloud)
Bruton Music, part four
01. Tony Hymas – Electric Rain
02. Alan Hawkshaw ‎- Astral Plain
03. Alan Hawkshaw – Crystal Vision
04. Tony Hymas – Dreamland
05. Andrew Jackman – House On The Hill
06. Keith Mansfield – Soft Haze
07. Steve Gray – Place to Place
08. Brian Bennett – Ascending Shapes
09. Steve Jolliffe – Earth Dawn
10. Steve Gray – Resting Place
11. Keith Mansfield – Sweet Groove
12. Jim Lawless – Travellin’ Light
13. Peter Morris – Moon Dancer
14. B. Bennett/W. Bennett – Xenon Lights
15. Alan Hawkshaw – World of Commerce
16. Alan Hawkshaw – Fuel Injection
17. Francis Monkman – Man & Superman
18. Harold Fisher – Mercury
19. John Scott – Utopia Revisited 1
20. John A. Coleman – Pressing Endeavour
21. Alan Hawkshaw – Accentuated Energy
22. Alan Hawkshaw – Visionary
23. Alan Hawkshaw ‎- Saturn Rings
24. Trevor Bastow – Kinetic Strength
25. Francis Monkman – Tubular Tubes
26. Richard Hill – Landrover
27. Brian Bennett – Surveillance
28. Brian Bennett – Psychopath
29. Brian Bennett – Routine Check
30. Brian Bennett – Quiet Waters
31. Richard Hill – Imposing Theme
32. John Scott – Pentagon 2.
33. Brian Bennett – In Suspense
34. Brian Bennett – Knuckleduster
35. John Hawkins – Hooligan
36. Miki Antony & Tom Parker – Portugalia
37. John Hawkins – Hit Man
38. C. Rae / F. McDonald / G. Shury – On Schedule
39. Brian Bennett – Getting Close
40. J. Leach / G. Fenton – Return From The Battle
41. Trevor Bastow – Motion 2
42. Francis Monkman – Strident Theme
43. Alan Hawkshaw – Hot Seat
43. Alan Hawkshaw – Brand New
[some speaking into the microphone by me]
44. Alan Hawkshaw ‎- Sky 2.

BBD radioshow 08.03.2020 – Bruton Music, part three

15:05:19
Bruton Music, part three (mixcloud)
[see the more simple/traditional style tracklist – with only the artists’ names and track titles – below, at the bottom of this post, thanks]
01. John Scott – Pleasant Surroundings 2 (Thematic with Strings) 1:35
[BRD13, Serenity. Soft and pretty. Styles vary from contemporary to quaint. 135]
02. Brian Bennett – Surf (Sea of airshots. Slow swell with motive figures.) 3:25
[BRD19, Nature Watch. Sustained electro-atmospherics. 190]
03. Alan Hawkshaw – Soft Throttle (Cool and funky) 2:55
[BRG6, Sunny Sides. Carefree contemporary tunefuls of small group instrumentation. 67]
04. Keith Roberts – Skyscraper (Busy, metropolitan) 2:12
[BRG21, Bold as Brass. Contemporary, big, confident. 188]
05. C. Rae / F. McDonald / G. Shury – Night Groove (Classy, romantic) 2:30
[BRH1, Rock City. Slick metropolitan and travelling backcloths. 4]
06. Warren Bennett – Mix It Up (Cool “Axel F” rhythm) 2:38
[BRH28, In The Groove. Exciting contemporary sounds.]
07. Alan Hawkshaw ‎- Eternity (Nebulous time passage) 4:11
[BRI6, Frontiers of Science. Contemporary electronic atmospherics. 105]
08. Jean Bouchety – Lifeblood Ending 2 (Editable held tail) 0:36
[BRI7, Biology. Abstract Electronics with Percussion. Most items have a submix designed for when less musical intensity is required. 114]
09. Alan Hawkshaw – Digital Vision (Complex rhthmic readout] 2:17
[BRI8, Kinetics/Vision. […] A foresight of new technology. 122]
15:30
10. Brian Bennett – Discovery (An environment of unreality to an unresolved conclusion.) 6:11
[BRI10, Fantasia. An electronic suite not conforming to the usual rules of music but comprising various airs and movements according to the composers creative inspiration. 130]
11. John Coleman – Exciting Enterprise 1 (Opening statement to pacey bright theme) 2:40
[BRJ13, Enterprise/Let’s Go. A contemporary theme set for Brass, Synthesisers and Rhythm descriptive of purpose and efficiency. […] 100]
12. David Lindup – Stealth 1 (Suspense with dark undertones to tail) 1:40
[BRJ22, Interpol. All time favourite crime fighting dramatics. Suspense build ups, chases, links, bridges and stings. 157]
13. John Cameron – High Noon (Tension. Features Spanish Guitar & Wood Flute) 3:21
[BRJ28, Badlands. A comprehensive set of drama cues applicable to the Americas, past and present. 232]
14. Mike Vickers – Driving Force (Bright, propulsive) 2:11
[BRK1, Driving Force. Dangerous and exciting action. 28]
15. Francis Monkman – Current Affairs (Purposeful, industrious, semi-electronic) 3:21
[BRL4, Futurama. Semi-electronic sequences for new technology. 90]
16. I. Martin/B. Dee – Glass (Warm, revolving) 2:27
[BRL5, Light Industry. Contemporary, semi-electronic. 103]
17. Alan Hawkshaw – Autopower (High powered energy) 2:40
[BRL7, Music Machine. Clean, fresh, futuristic. 166]
18. Zoe De Souza – Fast Output (Fast Motion) 2:44
[BRL17, Aggressive Advertising. Positive, optimistic. A blend of realsound and synthesisers. 281]
19. Les Hurdle / Frank Ricotti – Dank (Hollow suspense) 1:44
[BRM3, Darkside. Contemporary and futuristic. 45]
20. John Cameron – Satin 2 (Alto Sax with unhurried motion) 2:34
[BRM8, Watchful Eye. Nervous, apprehensive. A Side more suited to drama. B Side more suited to documentary. 163]
16:00
21. John Cameron – Treck (Melancholy Bass Clarinet-like melody over dark suspenseful underscore) 3:10
[BRM9, Survival. Contemporary atmospherics with a generic feel of unease. 176]
22. Alan Hawkshaw – Underwater Voyage (Weirsd, suspended) 3:14
[BRM14, Underworld. Strange suspenseful underscores. Especially suitable for underwater scenes. 287]
23. Keith Mansfield – Important Montage 2 (More emphasis on rhythm) 0:55
[BRN3, Progress. The achievements of man. 37]
24. Paul Martin – Peasants Pastures (Quaint, peaceful) 3:03
[BRO3, An Age of Elegance. Musical reflections of past cultures. 76]
25. John Cameron – Serengeti Sunlight (Lighthearted. Ominous last chord) 1:17
[BRR19, Sketches of Africa. Intriguing Woodwinds, intricate Percussion indicative of Nature Study and native Africa. 251]
26. T. Osei, M. Tontoh, A. Harry & M. Owusu (aka ~Osibisa) – Call of Africa (Happy Flute feature) 2:34
[BRR20, Modern Africa. Contemporary Brass, Woodwind, Rhythm and Percussion. 252]
27. Duncan Lamont – Funky Flutes (Layed back Alto Flute feature) 4:02
[BRD13, Serenity. Soft and pretty. Styles vary from contemporary to quaint. 135]
28. Brian Bennett – Carefree (Light 5/4 movement) 2:24
[BRG6, Sunny Sides. Carefree contemporary tunefuls of small group instrumentation. 67]
29. C. Rae / F. McDonald / G. Shury – Fast Drive (Smooth fast speed) 2:33
[BRH1, Rock City. Slick metropolitan and travelling backcloths. 4]
30. Alan Hawkshaw ‎- Frontiers of Science (Important, explanatory) 3:06
[BRI6, Frontiers of Science. Contemporary electronic atmospherics. 105]
31. Alan Hawkshaw – Vision 1. (Clarion theme over rapid sequential patterns) 2:31
[BRI8, Kinetics/Vision. […] A foresight of new technology. 122]
16:30
32. Brian Bennett – A New World (The creation of Utopia) 6:34
[BRI10, Fantasia. An electronic suite not conforming to the usual rules of music but comprising various airs and movements according to the composers creative inspiration. 130]
33. Alan Hawkshaw – Technicolour (Dynamic impressive theme) 2:36
[BRL7, Music Machine. Clean, fresh, futuristic. 166]
34. Alan Hawkshaw – Good Thinking (Optimistic, motive) 2:34
[BRL17, Aggressive Advertising. Positive, optimistic. A blend of realsound and synthesisers. 281]
35. John Cameron – Neon Strip (Serio comic prowling) 2:00
[BRM3, Darkside. Contemporary and futuristic. 45]
36. John Cameron – Swordfish (Suspended movement, especially suited to Birds & Fish) 1:49
[BRR19, Sketches of Africa. Intriguing Woodwinds, intricate Percussion indicative of Nature Study and native Africa. 251]
37. T. Osei, M. Tontoh, A. Harry & M. Owusu (aka ~Osibisa) – African Dawn (Relaxed) 3:05
[BRR20, Modern Africa. Contemporary Brass, Woodwind, Rhythm and Percussion. 252]
38. Alan Hawkshaw – Beach Journey (Nice free movement) 3:00
[BRG6, Sunny Sides. Carefree contemporary tunefuls of small group instrumentation. 67]
39. C. Rae / F. McDonald / G. Shury – Super Kool (Rhythmic, classy) 2:27
[BRH1, Rock City. Slick metropolitan and travelling backcloths. 4]
40. Trevor Bastow – Kinetic Motion (Automotive) 2:19
[BRI8, Kinetics/Vision. […] 122]
41. Alan Hawkshaw – Pro-Motion (Purposeful, motive, confident, industrious) 2:35
[BRL7, Music Machine. Clean, fresh, futuristic. 166]
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Bruton Music, part three (mixcloud)
Bruton Music, part three
01. John Scott – Pleasant Surroundings 2
02. Brian Bennett – Surf
03. Alan Hawkshaw – Soft Throttle
04. Keith Roberts – Skyscraper
05. C. Rae / F. McDonald / G. Shury – Night Groove
06. Warren Bennett – Mix It Up
07. Alan Hawkshaw ‎- Eternity
08. Jean Bouchety – Lifeblood Ending 2
09. Alan Hawkshaw – Digital Vision
10. Brian Bennett – Discovery
11. John Coleman – Exciting Enterprise 1
12. David Lindup – Stealth 1
13. John Cameron – High Noon
14. Mike Vickers – Driving Force
15. Francis Monkman – Current Affairs
16. I. Martin/B. Dee – Glass
17. Alan Hawkshaw – Autopower
18. Zoe De Souza – Fast Output
19. Les Hurdle / Frank Ricotti – Dank
20. John Cameron – Satin 2
21. John Cameron – Treck
22. Alan Hawkshaw – Underwater Voyage
23. Keith Mansfield – Important Montage 2
24. Paul Martin – Peasants Pastures
25. John Cameron – Serengeti Sunlight
26. T. Osei, M. Tontoh, A. Harry & M. Owusu (aka ~Osibisa) – Call of Africa
27. Duncan Lamont – Funky Flutes
28. Brian Bennett – Carefree
29. C. Rae / F. McDonald / G. Shury – Fast Drive
30. Alan Hawkshaw ‎- Frontiers of Science
31. Alan Hawkshaw – Vision 1.
32. Brian Bennett – A New World
33. Alan Hawkshaw – Technicolour
34. Alan Hawkshaw – Good Thinking
35. John Cameron – Neon Strip
36. John Cameron – Swordfish
37. T. Osei, M. Tontoh, A. Harry & M. Owusu (aka ~Osibisa) – African Dawn
38. Alan Hawkshaw – Beach Journey
39. C. Rae / F. McDonald / G. Shury – Super Kool
40. Trevor Bastow – Kinetic Motion
41. Alan Hawkshaw – Pro-Motion

BBD radioshow 07.20.2020 – Bruton Music, part two

15:04:50
Bruton Music, part two (mixcloud)
[see the more simple/traditional style tracklist – with only the artists’ names and track titles – below, at the bottom of this post, thanks]
BRM – Suspense, Tension.
01. Frank Reidy & Eric Allen – Reflections (Reflective soliloquy by alto saxophone with marimba) 3:35
[BRM2, Abstraction in Time. Atmospheric, eerie and suspenseful. 8]
02. Keith Mansfield – Revolving Patterns (Light movement with underlying tension) 1:57
[BRM4, Fear. Small, mostly woodwind instumentation. Suitable for both drama and documentary application. 46]
03. W. Merrick Farran – Bedlam (Unearthly whispers) 0:57
[BRM5, House of Horror. A dramatic orchestral horrorscore written in sequences for complete freedom in editing. 116]
04. Stephen St. Paul – Pretty Soft (Breathy, uplifting) 1:33
[BRM10, Atmospheric Chorale. Strange atmospherics featuring human voices. 202]
05. Trevor Bastow – High Security 1. (Imposing, apprehension) 2:02
[BRM12, Orchestral Tension. Dramatic Orchestral atmospherics. 285]
06. Simon Benson/Eugenio Grandi – Enemy Approach (Dark menace) 1:11
[BRM13, String Tension. Tense, dramatic cues performed by low strings. 286]
07. Alan Hakwshaw – Barrier Reef (Bold, suspended) 1:14
[BRM14, Underworld. Strange suspenseful underscores. Especially suitable for underwater scenes. 287]
BRN – Grandiose, Impressive, Panoramic.
08. John Cameron – Skyscape (Floating beautiful background impressive build at 1:35 to tail) 2:00
[BRN1, Heritage / Panorama. […] Impressive scenic scores for full orchestra. 35]
09. Keith Mansfield – Light Accolade (Brisk light movement thematic to Accolade) 2:30
[BRN2, Impressive Scenes. Impressive themes for full orchestra. 36]
10. Brian Bennett – Impact In Vision (0-1:02 Fluid descriptive lead up to 1:02-1:23 Impressive theme with impact. 1:23-2:25 as beginning. 2:25-2:57 impressive theme.) 2:57
[BRN3, Progress. The achievements of man. 37]
11. John Scott – Imposing Surroundings 1 (Building scenic sequences to impressive climax) 2:33
[BRN4, Giants Causeway. Impressive Orchestral themes. B Side more contemporary. 128]
12. Alan Hakwshaw – The Ancient Pyramids 1:28
[BRN5, New Horizon / The Seven Wonders of the World. […] Awe-inspiring suspended atmospherics of a timeless quality. 132]
15:30
13. Nick Ingman – High Priority 1. (Urgent, determined) 2:18
[BRN12, Travel in Style. Exciting, prestigeous orchestral themes and theme suites with underscore versions. 258]
BRO – Historical Period.
14. Brian Bennett – Renaissance (Reflective, emotional) 3:45
[BRO3, An Age of Elegance. Musical reflections of past cultures. 76]
BRR – Folk, Nationalistic, Known Work
15. Orlando Kimber/John Keliehor – Garuda (Exotic movement) 3:24
[BRR18, East Meets West. Atmospheres ranging from busy industrial movement to mystical nebulous ambience via pacific native rhyth,s using exotic percussion, synthesisers and advanced studio techniques. 244]
16. Eric Allen – Sun Beams (Sparkling, active) 1:54
[BRR19, Sketches of Africa. Intriguing Woodwinds, intricate Percussion indicative of Nature Study and native Africa. 251]
17. T. Osei, M. Tontoh, A. Harry & M. Owusu (aka ~Osibisa) – Safari (Motive Flute & Brass) 2:11
[BRR20, Modern Africa. Contemporary Brass, Woodwind, Rhythm and Percussion. 252]
BRS – Jazz, Dance
18. Frank Ricotti – Cool Captions (Light, accentuated. Ideal for montage cutting) 3:07
[BRS6, Vibes. Conemporary Vibraphone with complimentary rhythm accompaniment. 141]
19. John Cameron – Basketball (Lighthearted) 1:36
[BRG32, Hot Doughnuts. Action packed, contemporary excitement. 275]
BRD – Leisure, Pastoral, Nature, Tenderness, Romance.
20. Alan Hawkshaw – Glistening (Slow, shimmering) 3:20
[BRD7, Soft Illusions. Warm, leisurely, relaxed contemporary sounds. 65]
21. Brian Bennett – Butterfly Sanctuary (Delicate) 2:51
[BRD8, Tone Poems. Reflective lyrical pieces. Woodwind, Harp, Percussion, Piano and String Quartet. 68]
BRG – Happy, Bright, Open Air, Sport.
22. Keith Mansfield – Funky Captions (Percussive. Brass and Strings.) 2:30
[BRG2, Contemporary Orchestral. The ultimate in sound for the studio pop orchestra. 34]
23. Brian Bennett – Montego Bay (Relaxed, lighthearted, exotic) 2:05
[BRG4, Good Times. Happy, colorful contemporary tunes. 40]
24. Peter Morris – Sunburst (Happy beat) 1:46
[BRG8, Fresh Approach. Contemporary foreground material. 73]
25. John Scott – Top Honours 2 (Prestigeous Brass theme over contemporary rhythm) 1:18
[BRG15, Spectacle. Big, broad, exciting themes. 120]
16:00
26. John Cameron – Tower of Power (Impressive prestigious motion) 1:59
[BRG18, Get Up And Go. Exciting, bright, colourful. 160]
27. Paul Hart – Peppermint Park (Flash) 2:40
[BRG19, Souled Out. Upmarket funky rhythm section features. 173]
28. Duncan Lamont – Tinsel Town (Ultrabite) 2:29
[BRG30, Television Today. Upbeat, entertaining orchestral scores with contemporary rhythm. 265]
BRH – Contemporary, Pop, Rock.
29. Alan Hawkshaw – Hawkwind And Fire (Aggresive funk to surprise ending) 3:01
[BRH5, Lighy My Fire. Uptempo, vivid Brass and Rhythm. 62]
30. Brian Bennett – Hip Joint (Groovy ‘City after dark’ mood) 3:08
[BRH8, Rhtyhm Stick. Pacey and loud to cool layed back contemporary scores featuring Guitars, Keyboards, Woodwind, Brass, Drums and Percussion. 102]
31. Paul Keogh – Uproar In Rio (Wild exciting Jazz-Samba) 1:41
[BRH10, Blow Out. Contemporary West Coast Jazz-Rock and Jazz Sambas. 121]
32. Brian Wade – Riders In The Sky (Confident, successful) 2:06
[BRH13, New Directions. Hard Hitting thru to ethereal. Features Brass, Vocoder, Rhythm and Synthesised sounds. 158]
33. Johnny Pearson – Minor Robot (Relaxed, futuristic) 3:56
[BRH24, Accent on Rhythm. Jazz funk and electro boogie styles. 262]
BRI – Futuristic, Electronic.
34. Alan Hawkshaw – Wave-Forms (Electronic equipment or movement) 2:52
[BRI1, Terrestrial Journey. A Contemporary Suite depicting space and time passage. 24]
35. Francis Monkman – Getting Ready (Preparatory underscore) 2:07
[BRI2, Tempus Fugit. Exciting time and motion study in contemporary electronic music. 23]
36. Clive Hicks – Sunny Waters (Light, neutral) 1:25
[BRI5, Thought Patterns. Sparse Bass, Guitar and Electronics. 94]
16:30
BRJ – Theme Sets. Documentary and Drama Suites.
37. Brian Bennett – Thug (Menace) 1:28
[BRJ2, Drama Montage. A comprehensive theme set of modern dramatics. 19]
38. Keith Mansfield – Important Project (Panoramic, large scale) 3:00
[BRJ3, Important Project/Wonders of the World/Endeavour. Dramatic orchestral theme, fluid underscores describing variousstages of progress from quite beginning to fulfilment. […] 30]
39. Andrew Jackman – Underwater Beauty 1 (Nebulous, suspended) 1:47
[BRJ4, Thriller/Suite of the Hurricane/Suite of the Shark. […] Contemporary classical suite. Moods range from peace to intense danger. 55]
40. Brian Bennett – Running Scared (Relentless pursuit in sections of varying degrees of intensity) 3:10
[BRJ6, The World Around Us. A penetrating sutdy of nature. Woodwind, Harp, Percussion, Piano and String Quartet. 69]
41. Brian Bennett – Villain (Four tense scenesetter/motifs for use separately or as part of whole. Main item at 1:06 moves along with underlying menace to end) 2:42
[BRJ8, Drama Montage Volume Two. A comprehensive set of modern dramatic movement, suspense and atmos. Will cut and cross fade just as you would wish. 83]
42. John Hawkins – Deadbeat (Comedy suspense) 2:16
[BRJ9, Web of Intrigue/Investigator […] A light hearted funky drama suite. 84]
BRK – Action, Pace, Danger, Force of Elements.
43. John Scott – Tearaway (2 Proclamatory statements to fast dramatic orchestral motion) 1:33
[BRK4, Dramatic Action. Highpowered danger. Big instumentation. 59]
44. Steve Gray – Bionic Coconuts (Percussive action with humour) 2:28
[BRK5, Contemporary Motion. Action scenes in varying degrees of intensity. 93]
45. Brian Bennett/Cliff Hall – Don’t Stop! (Determined, gritty) 2:30
[BRK8, Thrills and Spills. Exciting scenes. Big to small instrumentation. 221]
16:50:08

(from this point not on mixcloud)
46. I. Martin/B. Dee – Glass (Warm, revolving) 2:27
[BRL5, Light Industry. Contemporary, semi-electronic. 103]
47. Orlando Kimber/John Keliehor – One Language (Gentle flowing underscore with hypnotic Marima feature) 3:28
[BRR18, East Meets West. Atmospheres ranging from busy industrial movement to mystical nebulous ambience via pacific native rhythms using exotic percussion, synthesisers and advanced studio techniques. 244]
16:56:10
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Bruton Music
01. Frank Reidy & Eric Allen – Reflections
02. Keith Mansfield – Revolving Patterns
03. W. Merrick Farran – Beldam
04. Stephen St. Paul – Pretty Soft
05. Trevor Bastow – High Security 1.
06. Simon Benson/Eugenio Grandi – Enemy Approach
07. Alan Hakwshaw – Barrier Reef
08. John Cameron – Skyscape
09. Keith Mansfield – Light Accolade
10. Brian Bennett – Impact In Vision
11. John Scott – Imposing Surroundings 1
12. Alan Hakwshaw – The Ancient Pyramids
13. Nick Ingman – High Priority 1.
14. Brian Bennett – Renaissance
15. Orlando Kimber/John Keliehor – Garuda
16. Eric Allen – Sun Beams
17. T. Osei, M. Tontoh, A. Harry & M. Owusu (aka ~Osibisa) – Safari
18. Frank Ricotti – Cool Captions
19. John Cameron – Basketball
20. Alan Hawkshaw – Glistening
21. Brian Bennett – Butterfly Sanctuary
22. Keith Mansfield – Funky Captions
23. Brian Bennett – Montego Bay
24. Peter Morris – Sunburst
25. John Scott – Top Honours 2
26. John Cameron – Tower of Power
27. Paul Hart – Peppermint Park
28. Duncan Lamont – Tinsel Town
29. Alan Hawkshaw – Hawkwind And Fire
30. Brian Bennett – Hip Joint
31. Paul Keogh – Uproar In Rio
32. Brian Wade – Riders In The Sky
33. Johnny Pearson – Minor Robot
34. Alan Hawkshaw – Wave-Forms
35. Francis Monkman – Getting Ready
36. Clive Hicks – Sunny Waters
37. Brian Bennett – Thug
38. Keith Mansfield – Important Project
39. Andrew Jackman – Underwater Beauty 1
40. Brian Bennett – Running Scared
41. Brian Bennett – Villain
42. John Hawkins – Deadbeat
43. John Scott – Tearaway
44. Steve Gray – Bionic Coconuts
45. Brian Bennett/Cliff Hall – Don’t Stop!

BBD radioshow 07.06.2020 – Bruton Music, part one

15:08:09
Bruton Music, part one (mixcloud)
[see the more simple/traditional style tracklist – with only the artists’ names and track titles – below, at the bottom of this post, thanks]
BRD – Leisure, Pastoral, Nature, Tenderness, Romance.
01. Brian Bennett – Electric Rainbow (Revolving pattern under solo Flugel Horn) 3:38
[BRD7, Soft Illusions. Warm, leisurely, relaxed contemporary sounds. 65]
02. Brian Bennett – Migration (Suspended movement) 3:29
[BRD8, Tone Poems. Reflective lyrical pieces. Woodwind, Harp, Percussion, Piano and String Quartet. 68]
03. Brian Bennett – The Sea (Dramatic seascape) 4:10
[BRD19, Nature Watch. Sustained electro-atmospherics. 190]
04. Alan Hawkshaw – Malibu Queen (Sexy) 3:16
[BRD24, Cover Girl. Sophisticated, glossy, leisurely and warm. Contemporary sounds. 272]
BRG – Happy, Bright, Open Air, Sport.
05. Steve Gray – Going Places (Propulsive orchestral theme) 2:04
[BRG2, Contemporary Orchestral. The ultimate in sound for the studio pop orchestra. 34]
06. David Lindup – Jetting East (Light action, Oriental motif.) 1:25
[BRG4, Good Times. Happy, colorful contemporary tunes. 40]
07. John Scott – Motordown (Confident, exhilarating) 2:25
[BRG5, Happiness. ‘Get up and go’ moods, both orchestral and contemporary. 54]
08. John Cameron – Sprocket Shuffle (Electro Reggae shuffle) 1:55
[BRG8, Fresh Approach. Contemporary foreground material. 73]
15:30
09. Nick Ingman – Power Plus Plenty 1 (Powerful exciting staccato opening to catchy bright theme at 0:37. Reverts as beginning for last 40 secs) 2:20
[BRG9, The Will To Win. Big foreground themes depicting exciting achievement and athletic supremacy. 74]
10. Norman Warren – Chasing Rainbows (Uptempo motion featuring Flute) 1:25
[BRG15, Spectacle. Big, broad, exciting themes. 120]
11. John Cameron – Dynamite (Extrovert, contemporary) 1:45
[BRG18, Get Up And Go. Exciting, bright, colourful. 160]
12. Frank Ricotti – Going for it (On-going) 2:14
[BRG19, Souled Out. Upmarket funky rhythm section features. 173]
13. Duncan Lamont – Gunrunner (Exciting action packed theme) 2:17
[BRG30, Television Today. Upbeat, entertaining orchestral scores with contemporary rhythm. 265]
BRH – Contemporary, Pop, Rock.
14. Keith Mansfield – Blockbuster (Punchy aggressive Brass with funky underlay) 2:41
[BRH5, Lighy My Fire. Uptempo, vivid Brass and Rhythm. 62]
15. Les Hurdle – African Flambe (Uptempo rock samba) 1:36
[BRH8, Rhtyhm Stick. Pacey and loud to cool layed back contemporary scores featuring Guitars, Keyboards, Woodwind, Brass, Drums and Percussion. 102]
16. Frank Ricotti – Supersamba (Wild exciting Jazz-Samba) 1:41
[BRH10, Blow Out. Contemporary West Coast Jazz-Rock and Jazz Sambas. 121]
17. Brian Wade – Earth Tones (Vibrant, rhythmic, visually impressive) 2:19
[BRH13, New Directions. Hard Hitting thru to ethereal. Features Brass, Vocoder, Rhythm and Synthesised sounds. 158]
18. Mike Moran – Airport (Smooth and stylish) 2:53
[BRH16, City Limits. Tight funky rhythm with Brass riffs and Alto Sax getting in occasionally. Mike Moran title with Strings added. 183]
19. John Cameron – Dawn At The Superbowl (Bleak anticipation, tail end) 1:53
[BRH22, Power Play. Contemporary, beefy, energetic. 260]
20. Alan Hawkshaw – Fastest Man on Earth submix (Without front line) 4:02
[BRH24, Accent on Rhythm. Jazz funk and electro boogie styles. 262]
BRI – Futuristic, Electronic.
21. Alan Hawkshaw – Terrestrial Fanfare (Bold futuristic) 2:38
[BRI1, Terrestrial Journey. A Contemporary Suite depicting space and time passage. 24]
16:00
22. Francis Monkman – Daredevil (Danger, aggression) 2:45
[BRI2, Tempus Fugit. Exciting time and motion study in contemporary electronic music. 23]
23. Dave Richmond – Rainy Road (Repetitive, neutral, motion) 1:33
[BRI5, Thought Patterns. Sparse Bass, Guitar and Electronics. 94]
24. Alan Hawkshaw – Flight of Fantasy (Suspended, pleasant theme) 3:43
[BRI27, Odyssey. Atmospheres which emphasise the wonderment of existence. 295]
BRJ – Theme Sets. Documentary and Drama Suites.
25. Johnny Pearson – Industrial Power (Different version. Contemporary rhythm tail end.) 2:10
[BRJ1, Great Expectations. A full orchestral suite depicting the achievement of man in face of natural elements. 17]
26. Brian Bennett – Prowler (General dark underscore) 2:14
[BRJ2, Drama Montage. A comprehensive theme set of modern dramatics. 19]
27. Keith Mansfield – Soft Action (Purposeful activity) 1:09
[BRJ3, Important Project/Wonders of the World/Endeavour. Dramatic orchestral theme, fluid underscores describing variousstages of progress from quite beginning to fulfilment. 30]
28. Andrew Jackman – Underwater Beauty 2 (Solo electric piano version) 1:47
[BRJ4, Thriller/Suite of the Hurricane/Suite of the Shark. […] Contemporary classical suite. Moods range from peace to intense danger. 55]
29. Bill McCauley – Danger (Ominous, fearsome, builds to climax.) 2:12
[BRJ5, Wildlife/Suite of the Hunter. […] An orchestral study of nature especially suited to the North American continent.
30. Brian Bennett – Running Free (Free movement dramatic build from 1:30 to tragic death chord) 2:07
[BRJ6, The World Around Us. A penetrating sutdy of nature. Woodwind, Harp, Percussion, Piano and String Quartet. 69]
31. Brian Bennett – Spiv (Cool character theme) 1:58
[BRJ8, Drama Montage Volume Two. A comprehensive set of modern dramatic movement, suspense and atmos. Will cut and cross fade just as you would wish. 83]
32. John Hawkins – Zed Bends (Gritty tense movement) 3:00
[BRJ9, Web of Intrigue/Investigator […] A light hearted funky drama suite. 84]
33. Steve Gray – Squirrel (Darting spasmodic woodwind activity) 1:43
[BRJ10, Time and Motion/Emotions. Sparse contemporary underscores for Keyboard, Guitar and Flutes. 87]
34. Richard Hill – Plague Version 2 (Random Sting glissandi) 0:28
[BRJ11, Universe/Deadly Nightshade. A symphonic atmospheric suite of bold dimensions. 98]
35. Basil Kirchen / Jack Nathan – Birth Of An Adventure (Native drum intro for links etc to soft descriptive theme with native percussion.) 2:16
[BRJ12, Wildlife – Nature Reserve/Native Percussion. A refreshingly different theme suite designed for Nature Study application. Sequences are designed to be cut where mood changes occur and throughout to facilitate editing. 99]
36. John Scott – Pentathlon (Populsive stength) 2:56
[BRJ17, Theme Sets. Orchestral suites of differing treatments of basic themes. Each cue is written in sequences to facilitate editing. 124]
16:30
37. John Scott – Nature’s Revelations 2 (Developed theme with rhythmic pattern) 2:31
[BRJ18, Lifes Ritual. An unusual atmospheric suite descriptive of life in a natural environment. 127]
38. Steve Jolliffe – Earths Effects (Weird with electronic effects) 3:29
[BRJ24, Earth. Folky surrealistic impressions of life on earth past, present and future. 167]
39. John Cameron – Let Me Through 1. (Panic to dark tail) 0:52
[BRJ30, Drama and Intrigue. Orchestral emotional, tension building and linking incidental underscores. 298]
BRK – Action, Pace, Danger, Force of Elements.
40. John A. Coleman – Daring Endeavour (Fast motion, element of risk, without Brass) 1:29
[BRK4, Dramatic Action. Highpowered danger. Big instumentation. 59]
41. Trevor Bastow – Motion 6 (Menacing movie rhythm. Held end) 2:10
[BRK5, Contemporary Motion. Action scenes in varying degrees of intensity. 93]
42. John Cameron – Rescue Helicopter 2 (Editable end for fade intro distance) 0:58
[BRK6, Emergency. Urgency, drama, achievement. 133]
43. John Cameron – Suspicious 1 (Tense motion. Tail end) 1:46
[BRK7, Breakout. Aggressive contemporary action themes and sequences. 161]
44. Brian Bennett – The Capture (Native Percussion) 2:05
[BRK8, Thrills and Spills. Exciting scenes. Big to small instrumentation. 221]
BRL – Industry.
45. Alan Hawkshaw – The Speed of Sound (Urgent free flowing pace) 2:48
[BRL1, Auturbine. Contemporary, efficient movement. 33]
46. L. Hurdle/F. Ricotti – Urgent Delivery (Insistant, percussive) 2:09
[BRL3, Advanced Technology. Efficient, contemporary, purposeful. Realised with the use of advanced recording techniques. 75]
47. F. Ricotti/Les Hurdle – Seabird (Slow, ponderous) 2:34
[BRL4, Futurama. Semi-electronic sequences for new technology. 90]
48. I. Martin/B. Dee – Lubricator (Fluid smooth motion) 2:25
[BRL5, Light Industry. Contemporary, semi-electronic. 103]
49. James Asher – Telecom (Fluid, effortless) 3:37
[BRL9, Commerce. Semi electronic, industrious. 177]
BRM – Suspense, Tension.
50. Steve Gray – Pendulum 1 (Tension with ‘time figure’. Tail end) 1:54
[BRM1, Menace. Tense dramatic orchestral underscores. 44]
16:57:06
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(In 2 weeks:
BRM – Suspense, Tension.
BRN – Grandiose, Impressive, Panoramic.
BRO – Historical Period.
BRR – Folk, Nationalistic, Known Work
BRS – Jazz, Dance

…and bonus breaks and beats – i.e. bonus tracks – from BRD until BRS)

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Bruton Music, part one (mixcloud)
Bruton Music
01. Brian Bennett – Electric Rainbow
02. Brian Bennett – Migration
03. Brian Bennett – The Sea
04. Alan Hawkshaw – Malibu Queen
05. Steve Gray – Going Places
06. David Lindup – Jetting East
07. John Scott – Motordown
08. John Cameron – Sprocket Shuffle
09. Nick Ingman – Power Plus Plenty 1
10. Norman Warren – Chasing Rainbows
11. John Cameron – Dynamite
12. Frank Ricotti – Going for it
13. Duncan Lamont – Gunrunner
14. Keith Mansfield – Blockbuster
15. Les Hurdle – African Flambe
16. Frank Ricotti – Supersamba
17. Brian Wade – Earth Tones
18. Mike Moran – Airport
19. John Cameron – Dawn At The Superbowl
20. Alan Hawkshaw – Fastest Man on Earth submix
21. Alan Hawkshaw – Terrestrial Fanfare
22. Francis Monkman – Daredevil
23. Dave Richmond – Rainy Road
24. Alan Hawkshaw – Flight of Fantasy
25. Johnny Pearson – Industrial Power
26. Brian Bennett – Prowler
27. Keith Mansfield – Soft Action
28. Andrew Jackman – Underwater Beauty 2
29. Bill McCauley – Danger
30. Brian Bennett – Running Free
31. Brian Bennett – Spiv
32. John Hawkins – Zed Bends
33. Steve Gray – Squirrel
34. Richard Hill – Plague Version 2
35. Basil Kirchen / Jack Nathan – Birth Of An Adventure
36. John Scott – Pentathlon
37. John Scott – Nature’s Revelations 2
38. Steve Jolliffe – Earths Effects
39. John Cameron – Let Me Through 1.
40. John A. Coleman – Daring Endeavour
41. Trevor Bastow – Motion 6
42. John Cameron – Rescue Helicopter 2
43. John Cameron – Suspicious 1
44. Brian Bennett – The Capture
45. Alan Hawkshaw – The Speed of Sound
46. L. Hurdle/F. Ricotti – Urgent Delivery
47. F. Ricotti/Les Hurdle – Seabird
48. I. Martin/B. Dee – Lubricator
49. James Asher – Telecom
50. Steve Gray – Pendulum 1