27 files/103 Mb
converted from audio cassette.
1.Born To Rock ‘n’ Roll Cliff Richard 4.14
2.Time Talkin’ Ashford & Simpson 5.00
3.Time Freddie Mercury
Music Of The Spheres: I. Ascension Orchestral
2. Arrival Orchestral
Law Of The Universe: Chris Thompson
Miriam Stockley & Michael Mullins 9.32
4.The Time Lord Theme John Christie 4.11
5.The Charge John Christie 2.10
6.One Human Family Leo Sayer 3.41
7.What On Earth Dionne Warwick 4.20
8.I Know, I Know Leo Sayer 3.06
9.Your Brother In Soul Jimmy Helms 4.04
10.Case For The Prosecution John Christie 4.44
11.Starmaker Ashford & Simpson 4.25
12.Time Will Teach Us All Julian Lennon 4.50
13.I Object John Christie 0.54
14.In My Defence Freddie Mercury 4.26
1.Within My World Dionne Warwick 5.34
2.Because Julian Lennon 4.15
3.Move The Judge Jimmy Helms 5.01
4.She’s So Beautiful Cliff Richard 4.07
5.Beauty, Truth, Love, Freedom, Peace Laurence Olivier2.57
6.If You Only Knew Julian Lennon 6.10
7.We’re The U.F.O. Murray Head 3.53
8.The Theme From Time Laurence Olivier4.13
9.Harmony John Christie 3.54
10.The Return Orchestral
Time (reprise) Freddie Mercury 3.20
11.It’s In Every One Of Us Cliff Richard 4.48
TIME - The Musical by Dave Clark opened on April 9th, 1986 in the Dominion Theatre in London's West End.
The original cast boast Sir Laurence Olivier and Sir Cliff Richard.
The concept album (vinyl LP and cassette) was released in the United States by Capitol Records in 1986.
Including performances by-
Sir Cliff Richard
Sir Laurence Olivier
Time tells the story of the Rock Star named Chris Wilder, Cliff Richard, (later by David Cassidy) who has been transported, with backup singers Louise, Babs and Carol, from his concert on Earth to the High Court of the Universe.
There they face three other-worldly judges to defend the Earth in the case of the Time Lord vs. the people of the planet Earth.
From the programme: "...Now that man is venturing to the stars and has already walked on the Moon, 'Melchisedic', The Time Lord, has decided that the time has come to examine the Earth's people to determine whether they shall be an asset or a threat to Universal peace.”
Wilder convinces the judges that the Earth is worth sparing and he is transported back to his concert at the same time that he left. (Unbelievable, you say? It gets better.) Laurence Olivier portrayed a holographic floating head named Akash (his role was filmed) who is a pseudo-narrator throughout the show.
The above information has been taken from Playwright, Jonathan M. Vick’s website.
You will find lots of additional information there.