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It largely released orchestral TV themes by the Barry Gray Orchestra from classic Gerry And Sylvia Anderson shows such as Stingray, Thunderbirds and Captain Scarlet. There were a few full length LPs released, but they quickly realised their core audience were more likely to be able to afford picture sleeve EPs. Many of these are now ferociously rare and finding even VG+ condition copies is a real challenge as many were quickly wrecked by young fans
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Jeff Tracy Introduces International Rescues by Barry Gray.
In April 1970 the album Cucumber Castle was released four months after the break-up, featuring only Barry and Maurice, as Robin was working on his solo career. For the first time as a solo artist, he appeared on the panel of judges and performed "One Bad Thing" and "The Day Your Eyes Meet Mine" on Miss Teen Princess of the World. On 1 September 1970 (his 24th birthday), Gibb married Gray Gibb also became friends with Michael Jackson, as he mentions him in his 11 July 2014 interview with the Mirror: "He would come to Miami and stay in our house.
friend of Jeff Tracy, is fired from the project and stays at Tracy Island, forcing the Tracys to draw him away and thus remain oblivious to International Rescue's existence. 6. "Day of Disaster". Features an original song, "The Abominable Snowman", composed by Barry Gray and sung by Sylvia Anderson and David Graham11. Re-released on Lady Penelope Investigates1417 and on CD by Fanderson 200616. Adapted for screen by Stephen La Rivière in 201513. Jeff Tracy Introduces "International Rescues"15.
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