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Discussion in 'Sidewinders Bar & Grille' started by circles, May 22, 2020.
man, what a voice !!
True that! I also like that she gave the Vulcan salute at the end.
No he is in transit!No agony booth!
I've transcribed the lyrics for y'all:
Maybe the warp drive radiation chamber? "I have been, and always shall be, your friend."
My favorite bit of Trek music at about 0:38:
And Courage did a total rip ( to be nice a contrafact) of Out Of Nowhere. Jerry Goldsmith was the first person to tell me that. Actually dug out Bing Crosby's record and played it for me.
Whoah! That’s pretty darn close.
It's the same chord progression.
Courage was Jerry's orchestrator for years. And Jerry liked to break his balls about it.
Makes you realise contemporary music is rubbish!
All modern music rubbish? Rubbish.
Well that was contemporary music in 1931. But I get what you mean.
There's good and bad in every era. And differing opinions on what is good and bad.
Like the Star Trek OS theme. I love it. But the First Movie theme ( that became the TNG Theme) is a great piece of music.
My favorite is the Voyager theme. Jerry sure could write a melody.
Not ALL, of course, there just has to be something good. After all, if an infinite number of monkeys with an infinite number of typewriters could write The Complete Works of William Shakespeare, what could a random number generator do with a MIDI instrument?
Sometimes my sax player friend and I would do a medley of the Trek theme and "out of Nowhere".
I like the french horn countermelody in the original.