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1. Doctor Who: Babblesphere (Destiny of the Doctor 4) Sample

Doctor Who: Babblesphere (Destiny of the Doctor 4) Sample

http://www.audiogo.com/uk/doctor-who-babblesphere-destiny-of-the-doctor-4-jonathan-morris-gid-1010336

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2. Emenim - I need the Doctor

  • Published: 2013-05-03T20:44:52Z
  • By DJ Joker
Emenim - I need the Doctor

my first mixing song hope u like it

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3. Doctor Who 'I Am The Doctor' For Orchestra

Doctor Who 'I Am The Doctor' For Orchestra

More at http://fororchestra.com/tagged/songs

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4. Movin'

Movin'

Keep on "Movin' " into 2017 and beyond! Enjoy!

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5. I'll Always Love My Mama

I'll Always Love My Mama

On Mother's Day 2016, I released a rough/snippet of this beat. In honor of Mother's Day 2017, I finished this one up! Share this one with your own mothers and the other mothers in your life! This is also going to be on my upcoming project, "Mad World".

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6. I'll Always Love My Mama (Rough/Snippet)

I'll Always Love My Mama (Rough/Snippet)

In honor of Mother's Day, I decided to make a quick instrumental sampling one of my favorite songs talking about mothers.

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7. I Am The Doctor / Sherlock's Theme

I Am The Doctor / Sherlock's Theme

Mashup of 'I Am The Doctor' from Doctor Who, and the theme from Sherlock, inspired by a similar mashup of 'Doomsday' and Sherlock's Theme. Actual themes are not composed by me. Since my download limit for this one was reached, i posted a link to download on my tumblr here: http://cartooon-heart.tumblr.com

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8. Madban's Alarm

Madban's Alarm

In honor of my birthday (June 11th), I've decided to release the first beat off of my upcoming project! (Title TBA) Enjoy!

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9. I Am The Doctor

I Am The Doctor

The 2010 Proms season will include another Doctor Who Prom, this time receiving two outings on Saturday 24 July and Sunday 25 July, the Eleventh Doctor, Matt Smith, and his companions Amy Pond (Karen Gillan) and Arthur Darvill (Rory Williams) will host. The initial announcement indicated that the concerts would again feature music from the series, this time alongside pieces by John Adams, Gustav Holst, Karl Orff and Richard Wagner.[1][2] At the conclusion of the Saturday concert, it was announced it had been filmed, for broadcast in August, 2010

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10. Spirit In The Sky (Original single version)

Spirit In The Sky (Original single version)

Dr and The Medics Original 1986 No1 in 29 countries, 3.7 Million selling, world changing, cosmos shattering Hit, In all its original glory!

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11. Let It Whip Good

Let It Whip Good

Happy New Year, everyone! As promised, here is the 2nd beat of the New Year's Weekend. Enjoy!

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14. Nightcore - The Doctor Said

Nightcore - The Doctor Said

Original Artist: Chloe Adams

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15. WHO? - The Doctor Who Musical Experience. FULL VERSION

WHO? - The Doctor Who Musical Experience. FULL VERSION

In celebration of the 50th Anniversary of Doctor Who I decided I would make an early birthday present in the form of a song called ‘WHO?: The Doctor Who Musical Experience’. DOWNLOAD for FREE right here! Check out my website www.stevenseller.com to watch the music video. Handmade by steven seller - Project Who is the cardboard covered journey to make the most awesome Dr Who music video with no budget, a low-fi love letter to Steven Moffat and the BBC Radiophonic Workshop. Happy Early fiftieth Doctor, here's to fifty more! Song and Lyrics by: Steven Seller Electric Guitar & Drums: Dan Godfrey Bass: Chris Hudson Keys & Percussion: Aurelie Konter Orchestral Arrangement and Synth: Dave Pape Engineered and Mixed by: Mike Greenway Musical Tardis: Boris Sandford YOUTUBE CHANNEL: http://www.youtube.com/user/stevenjohnseller WEBSITE: www.stevenseller.com and for all those lovely people who asked - here are my LYRICS: There is one thing that's on your tv The one thing that you should watch only The only good thing on the BBC Who could it be? Who could? It? Beeeeeeee This Saturday Night on BBC one, The geekiest show it has BEGUN. You will not believe, what you will see, on the screen of your TV It's nothing like the shit you've seen before - On Channel 4! The Cybermen, are back again, deleting all your facebook friends, and then uploading them again, as virtual CYBERMEN! And when they poke you - you become a cyberman too! There's only one man who can stop them, deleting all the humans, flying in a box that's painted BLUE! IT'S DOCTOR WHO! DOCTOR Who - ooo! Catch the repeat sunday on BBC two! In all the universe, all the aliens come to earth, of all the places within space, they think Wales is the perfect place! To launch an invasion, of the United Kingdom, hiding and disguising as anything that's not very expensive! "Expensive? We are VERY EXPENSIVE!!" "DO NOT MOCK THA DAAALEKS!!" EXTERMINATE! EXTERMINATE! EXTERMINATE! EXTERMINATE! EXTERMINATE! EXTERMINATE! the HUMAAANS!! EVERYONE!! "mwa hahaaa (insert Dalek topical joke here) WAIT WHATS THAT IN THE FUCKING SKY????? Its - Matt Smith, Navigating TIME SHIFTS, on his way to ASS-KICK, the naughty little DALEKS Oh no! They've locked the door! That's what the sonic screwdrivers for! Tried to make him die and now you're through! It's DOCTOR WHO - OOOOOO Every season is the same - the Doctor kills the Daleks, well guess what? They're back again. And every other season, the Doctor changes face, and another British actor comes along to save the HUMAN RACE "David tennant I miss you!" END Thanks to all the fans, and for all the support Steve x

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16. I Am the Doctor Theme

I Am the Doctor Theme

hes the doctor hes a timelord hes from the plannet gallifrey hes 903 years old

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18. Here Comes The Doctor from Mike LeDonne's FROM THE HEART

Here Comes The Doctor from Mike LeDonne's FROM THE HEART

MIKE LeDONNE - From the Heart Savant Records SCD 2168 Mike LeDonne, Hammond B-3 organ Eric Alexander, tenor saxophone Peter Bernstein, guitar • Joe Farnsworth, drums Track Listing: Someday • From the Heart • You'll Never Know What You Mean to Me • Here Comes the Doctor • Come Back Baby • Fun Day • You Send Me • Then Came You For three decades Mike LeDonne has been an exceptional avatar of the Hammond B3 organ. Forged by his impressive jazz apprenticeship, with the likes of Milt Jackson, George Coleman and Benny Golson, LeDonne comes from a long and distinguished line of masters of that instrument. And for eighteen years, he's lead the Groover Quartet his formidable foursome consisting of tenor saxophonist Eric Alexander, guitarist Peter Bernstein and drummer Joe Farnsworth. Joining the quartet is the great drummer Mike Clark. After collaborations with Herbie Hancock, Christian McBride, Nicholas Payton and others, Clark has influenced a generation of percussionists and brings his own unmistakable style to two tracks on the CD.

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