Dominic Frontiere - Washington: Behind Closed Doors (Main Theme) mp3 album
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Latest and most popular Youtube videos for Washington: Behind Closed Doors, including interviews, music videos, advertisements, trailers and film clips. This is the introduction to "Washington Behind Closed Doors," a six-part TV miniseries for ABC based on a political fiction. Peter Coffield scenes from Washington: Behind Closed Doors (1977). 1977 MiniSeries with a great marching band-like main theme by Dominic Frontiere. 00. Behind Closed Doors - TV Series Trailer (Official).
Dominic Frontiere scored this Paramount TV series in 1978. The series featured Stefanie Powers and Robert Vaughn. The music is typically late 70s power disco - big strings, simple basslines and a disco feel. Some very cheesy American anthems are featured, but a couple of good groovy numbers creep in (particularly 'Behind Closed Doors Disco').
Dominic Frontiere, Emmy-winning composer of such classic TV themes as The Outer Limits, The Flying Nun and The Rat Patrol, died Thursday in Tesuque, . He was 86. Frontiere was a fixture on the film- and TV-music scene throughout the 1960s, ’70s and ’80s, composing hundreds of hours of music, mostly for TV but also for films including Hang ‘Em High, Cancel My Reservation, Hammersmith Is Out, Freebie and the Bean, and The Aviator. He won a Golden Globe award for his score for The Stunt Man in 1980. His largest-scale work for TV was the 12-hour miniseries Washington: Behind Closed Doors, composed during his stint as head of music for Paramount in the mid-1970s. His other TV movies included Probe, Haunts of the Very Rich and Palomino. Frontiere was born June 17, 1931, in New Haven, Conn. and played both violin and accordion as a youngster.
Behind Closed Doors is the third studio album by English hard rock band Thunder. Recorded between May and August 1994 at various studios, primarily Southern Tracks in Atlanta, Georgia, it was produced the band's lead guitarist Luke Morley and Mike Fraser, the latter of whom also mixed the album at the Record Plant in Los Angeles, California. The album was released on 23 January 1995 by EMI Records in Europe and Japan, and was not released in the United States.
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- Producer, Arranged By, Conductor, Written-By – Dominic Frontiere
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