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Doctor Who: Series 7

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Long awaited by the fans, Series 7 has been uniquely made up of 13 self-contained stories and this 2 CD set offers a feast of new Murray Gold signature themes with music from each and every story.

Murray Gold's phenomenal output as a composer began close to twenty years ago and he has stacked up five BAFTA nominations (two for Doctor Who) plus three Royal Television Society nominations and a win for Queer As Folk. In 2013, Murray Gold celebrated one his greatest musical accomplishments with a third Doctor Who Prom at the Royal Albert Hall.
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Product Details

  • Audio CD (November 5, 2013)
  • Number of Discs: 2
  • Label: Silva America
  • ASIN: B00E7NIM2E
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (28 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #26,359 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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By Matthew Gertz on November 6, 2013
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Murray Gold continues to impress with his latest entry into the roster of Doctor Who soundtracks. While his soundtrack for series 6 already demonstrated a willingness to depart from the "typical" Doctor Who sound, Series 7 represents a far more complete transition. This is easily his most mature and experimental soundtrack yet -- for the most part, every one of the tracks is exactly the sort of thing you'd expect to hear backing a major feature-film. In part, this is certainly due to the disconnected nature of the series 7 episodes themselves, which enabled Gold to give each episode a distinct musical flavor without overreliance on the leitmotifs which were used abundantly in the earlier series' -- their usage in series 7 usually arise from actual recycling of earlier music (e.g., during the Doctor's encounter with River in the final spisode), and so do not appear on this album.

The album is divided up into two disks corresponding to the two half-seasons. Thematically, however, there are three distinct "flavors" in the album:

Tracks 1-11 on disk 1 cover "Asylum of the Daleks" and "Dinosaurs on a Spaceship," and most tracks here could best be described as "darkly whimsical." Such tracks have a similar feel to many of those on the "Snowmen/Doctor, Widow, Wardrobe" album, but would also not feel out of place in (for example) the later Harry Potter musicals. Although a few of the tracks are hard to listen to when taken out of context (like, for example, "Khan's Pets" on Horner's "Wrath of Khan" soundtrack), there's no denying the skill involved in composing them. Gold brings a lot of finesse to these tracks, and uses a similar approach to tracks 18-29 on disk 2 ("Nightmare in Silver").
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At this point most people should be aware if they like Murray Gold's music from Doctor Who, as there have been many other albums before this one. Once again we have two discs covering many highlights from the season. If this is the kind of thing you are into, and you have enjoyed previous entries, you will probably like this one as well. If you are just getting into Doctor Who music, I suggest you start with the first album instead to get some of the more iconic tracks first.

One thing worth mentioning with this is the lack of inclusion of anything from the Christmas specials. The first few albums included the Christmas tracks, but the last few have moved them to their own albums rather inexplicably (and inexcusably, in my opinion). I wish they'd stop doing this. Another thing is that there are of course going to be some tracks that are far less engaging or interesting than others, but that's bound to happen when you have two discs for thirteen episodes! But still, with tracks like "Together or Not At All", "Clara?", "Up the Shard", "The Long Song", and "To Save the Doctor", it's very much worth it for fans like myself.
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Doctor Who Music is Classic and Unique no matter which series you're watching! Classic Who, NuWho, it's got great music to bring you back to the time you watched any particular episode. The one track I'm sick of is the one from "The Rings of Akhaten," but otherwise the soundtrack is exquisite!
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Overall, I found a little over half the tracks on this 2-CD set to be ones I'd want to listen to more than once, and these make the album worth buying. I was a bit disappointed to find that the the opening and closing themes was not included. I realize that they were not done by Murray Gold, but why not include them and their composer too?
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Even if Moffat didn't do his best during series 7, Gold's work is as awesome as ever.
While none of these pieces has quite the strong emotional connection with the show as some older pieces do, overall the album may be the best yet. Awesome to listen to.
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This is classic Murray Gold Doctor Who music. Good mental images for me while listening (always a good sign). It's solid music, with some interesting variations to handle the wide ranging themes in the series this year. Particularly fond of the homage to the old classic westerns with the music for "A Town Called Mercy", and the fun music from "Dinosaurs on a Spaceship" and "The Power of Three". Some may not like the vocal music from "The Rings of Akhaten" (though I do), but it takes you back to the episode, as it should. Overall, a good outing, to which I enjoy listening.
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Doctor Who remains as one of the pinnacle examples of what TV music can be. Murray Gold has continually done stupendous work and Series 7 continues with some of the brilliance that has found its way into this series. To completely examine how intricate and detailed his work is from season to season is too grand for a tiny review like this. But believe me that some of his best writing takes place here in Series 7.

Bold themes, flourishing melodies, engaging builds and all done with a lush orchestral approach. One would think that each episode of Doctor Who is composed with a budget the size John Williams has for Star Wars or Hans Zimmer for The Dark Knight Rises. Beyond the sound of the score there is also a big living and breathing center. For every series I’ve felt that this music is born from pure inspiration with a life of its own. The music that Murray Gold continually gives this series is something of wonder, majesty, fun, deep emotion, curiosity, mystery and the desire of exploration. This is adventure scoring done in the best way possible. You are on this journey and with these characters. You feel every bump, stretch and build as the dramatic flow carries you. The music is filled with little moments that shine through as to keep points of uniqueness scattered throughout. Murray Gold still finds a way to take you on a journey that is continually thrilling.

Doctor Who: Series 7 is some of the best writing in the series so far. I found myself completely immersed in the two discs of Gold’s thrilling score. He still finds new ways to excite and engage after all these years, and Silva Screen does another fantastic job of presenting us with the score. With nearly 2.5 hours of music you will definitely be enjoying Doctor Who: Series 7 for quite some time.
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