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sound recording on a narrow strip of a motion picture film

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Best television soundtrack went to Julian Nott for Wallace And Gromit (A Matter Of Loaf And Death).
High School Musical 2 goes its predecessor one better by becoming the first television soundtrack to ever debut at No.
Ivor Novello Award Winners:Best Song Musically and Lyrically Suddenly I See - KT Tunstall Most Performed Work You're Beautiful - James Blunt Best Television Soundtrack Elizabeth I Outstanding Song Collection New Order Best-Selling UK Single That's My Goal - Shayne Ward Album Award Employment - Kaiser Chiefs Classical Music Award Sir Harrison Birtwistle International Hit of the Year You're Beautiful - James Blunt Best Original Film Score Evil Best Contemporary Song Wires - Athlete International Achievement Ian Anderson of Jethro Tull Songwriters of the Year Damon Albarn and Jamie Hewlett Outstanding Contribution to British Music Ray Davies Special International Award Kenny Gamble and Leon Huff The Academy Fellowship The Bee Gees.
In March 2006, High School Musical became the first television soundtrack in two decades to helm the Billboard Top 200.
Leeson has played with The Alabama 3, whose sound has been heard on the television soundtrack for Channel 4's The Sopranos and other members of the band have gigged around the world with the likes of The Frames, The Popes, The Men They Couldn't Hang and The Levellers.
Polygram have released Batman: The Original Television Soundtrack Album.
Walt Disney Records' crystal ball reveals that the "That's So Raven" television soundtrack is arriving in stores on May 18, 2004.
Walt Disney Records' crystal ball reveals that the That's So Raven television soundtrack is arriving in stores on May 18, 2004.
Soundtracks: Different Perspectives" will explore the ins, outs, downs, deals, successes and failures of the film and television soundtrack and how Nashville's talent and music industry fit in the picture.
His TV variety show yielded a 1973 album, "Sammy -- Original Television Soundtrack," with show-stopping recordings of several Sammy classics, from a "Porgy & Bess" medley (he starred in the film) and "For Once In My Life" to "The Birth Of The Blues" and yet another Sammy signature, "I've Gotta Be Me.
Capitol recording group The Dandy Warhols -- currently in the studio recording the follow-up to last year's "thirteen tales from urban bohemia" -- have emerged as this year's number one most-wanted band for film and television soundtrack placements, as their dizzying repertoire of "dreamy psychedelia, ethereal harmonies and country-tinged rave-ups" (Alternative Press) has been tapped for the upcoming Fox series "Undeclared," the films "Summer Catch," "Jay & Silent Bob Strike Back" and "Crazy Beautiful," and the television series "Sex and the City," "Ed," "Six Feet Under," "Buffy The Vampire Slayer" and "Roswell.
Television Soundtrack: The original television soundtrack, "Sex and the City: Music from the HBO Series," which includes popular songs featured in the show from such chart toppers as Joan Osborne, Aimee Mann and Bette Midler, is also available at Amazon.
The Miami Vice Original Soundtrack album, released in 1985, reached #1 on the Billboard 200 album chart, yielded #1 ("Original Miami Vice Theme" -- Jan Hammer), #2 ("You Belong To The City" -- Glenn Frey), and #5 ("Better Be Good To Me" -- Tina Turner) singles on the Hot 100, achieved RIAA quadruple platinum status, and remains the biggest-selling television soundtrack of all time.