Who is Dr Who: The Amazing Musical Adventures of Dr. Who and his friends
 

No. 44 of 60 in the Miscellaneous music & sound effects series
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By:Various Artists
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Released:  October 2000
Publisher:  RPM
Format: 1 x CD
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Note:  CD compilation of many rare Doctor Who tie-in novelty singles from the 1960s and early 1970s.

Cover blurb:
Travelling from the fourth dimension, through all of space and time, Dr. Who materialised on Earth in 1963 and sparked off a national phenomenon. It wasn't long before record producers got in on the act with novelty singles inspired by the programme, variations of the theme music, even records by members of the TV and film cast. For the first time RPM is proud to bring together the most sought after releases of the first decade of Dr. Who on one handy pocket sized collectors compendium of sound, with a lavishly illustrated poster inlay.

Track listing:

  1. Doctor Who (Original Theme) — BBC Radiophonic Workshop
  2. Dr. Who — Eric Winstone and his Orchestra
  3. I'm Gonna Spend My Christmas With A Dalek — The Go Go's
  4. Landing Of The Daleks (Original version) — The Earthlings
  5. March Of The Robots — The Earthlings
  6. Dance Of The Daleks — Jack Dorsey and Orchestra
  7. Who's Who — Roberta Tovey with Orchestra conducted by Malcolm Lockyer
  8. Not So Old — Roberta Tovey with Orchestra conducted by Malcolm Lockyer
  9. The Eccentric Dr. Who — Malcolm Lockyer Orchestra
  10. Daleks and Thals — Malcolm Lockyer Orchestra
  11. Fugue For Thought — Bill McGuffie
  12. Who's Dr Who? — Frazer Hines
  13. Punch and Judy Man — Frazer Hines
  14. Who Is The Doctor — Jon Pertwee
  15. Pure Mystery — Jon Pertwee
  16. Dr. Who — Don Harper's Homo Electronicus

    Bonus tracks:

  17. Landing Of The Daleks (broadcast version with scrambled morse code message) — The Earthlings
  18. Time Traveller (previously unreleased) — Frazer Hines


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