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Delia Derbyshire (1937-2001) was an musician from Coventry, England, best known as member of the BBC Radiophonic Workshop and the performer of the original theme song for "Doctor Who" (Tardis - Dr Who which was composed for the series by Ron Grainer). She was also a member of the electronic music group White Noise with other BBC Radiophonic Workshop musicians.

Derbyshire was educated at Barr's Hill Grammar School & Girton College (Cambridge) - She was awarded a degree in mathematics &… read more

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  • Avatar for gabystarlight
    she's such an inspiration [2]
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    she's such an inspiration
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    Dreams is so far ahead of White Noise like, musically, conceptually, in innovation and just in terms of how interesting it is to listen to in general, it's sad it doesn't get as much attention but maybe the fact that it never got an official release has something to do with that. It also kind of ticks me of that Barry Bermange gets equal credit for it as well considering as far as I can tell it seems all he did was record the source material for the samples? I could be wrong though.
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    what the fick
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    looks like honey, sounds like mustard
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    Featured on SaltyKnuckles ~ Oldies №68 -
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    This is a petition for releasing Delia 's work from the BBC archives. Anyone fond of her music should sign it.

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