Time Rift: The Soundtrack and Other Temporal Anomalies

In 1994, thanks to my good friend Neil Marsh, I was fortunate enough to be briefly involved in Jon Blum's amateur Dr. Who video, Time Rift. Now, by "involved" I actually mean, I think I can take partial credit for less than a quarter of the first episode, though some of my musical motifs are sprinkled throughout the show (which you can now watch here). For the soundtrack, Neil graciously allowed me to contribute my own composition, "Eternal Warrior," the first two thirds of which were used in a prequel short Jon did called "Fight or Fly." This was probably only the third or fourth instrumental piece I've ever written, so while I cringe to hear it now, it's kind of an interesting trip down memory lane.

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