Review

Review:

The Amazonian superhero Wonder Woman has only had a few on-screen incarnations, and the one that set the template for all to come was perhaps the greatest of all: the statuesque Linda Carter! Carter played Diana Prince (a.k.a. Wonder Woman) for three seasons on television, and she was quite a stunner. I remember assembling puzzles of her when I was a little boy at school, my goodness gracious. The show had an honest to goodness zany appeal, especially for youngsters and aspiring superheroes like myself, and it has gone on to become one of the most fondly regarded cult hit shows of all time.

 

The music for the series has long been unavailable … until now. La La Land Records has just recently released a three-disc collection of the music to the whole show (all three seasons’ worth), and for fans of the show and of DC Comics and Wonder Woman, this is a must-have. With the groovy (albeit a little dated) tracks contained therein, each CD sports over 75 minutes of music (the grand total is 233:50 minutes). Each season had a variation of the main title (a vocal track bound to make you nod your head and tap your feet), and there’re tons of tracks of tambourine-snapping, Age of Aquarius disco bliss. The music was composed by Charles Fox, Artie Kane, Robert Prince, Johny Harris, Robert O. Ragland, Angela Morley, and Richard LaSalle.

This release is limited to 3000 units, so grab one before they go out of print!

 

For more information, please visit: www.LaLaLandRecords.com



About the Author

david j. moore
david j. moore is the author of World Gone Wild: A Survivor's Guide to Post-Apocalyptic Movies and the upcoming book The Good, the Tough and the Deadly: Action Movies and Stars, coming April, 2016 from Schiffer Publishing.