Pumping Brass And Maniac Drum Beats: The Sound Of Barry Gray, The Man Behind The Music Of British 60's Cult Classics From Gerry And Sylvia Anderson And Their Super Marianation.
Los Angeles -- Wow, long head liner! But hey when you bring the body of work that we are about to present there is no way around it other than PUMPED UP BRASS AND SCHIZOPHRENIC DRUM ROLLS. How'da ya like that hey? So where do we go with this? The Brit's always seem to have an "eccentric" style to their movies, radio and TV programs, bordering between the knish and corn. Oh well maybe kish. But a bit campy yet done with a tongue and cheek approach.
Gerry Anderson and his wife Sylvia were television and film producers, directors, writers and occasional voice artists working in the UK (United Kingdom). Their known for their futuristic television shows filmed in "Supermarionation" (a process involving the use of modified marionette puppets).
As a child, yes I was a child and their are times I am amazed at the fact that I never grew up. Don't comment on that...please: are noted for such way-ahead-of-their-time productions as "Supercar" "Fireball", "Thunderbirds", "Stingray", "Captain Scarlett" and the live action shows, "UFO" and "Space:1999".
Giving meat to the visual muscle was the frenetic, over the top, pop style music of Barry Gray the man behind all the tunes of the Anderson's futuristic productions. So let's step back in time to glimpse at the future today from the sound sense of Barry Gray and the visual style of Gerry and Sylvia Anderson.
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