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BSX Digital presents a newly-recorded digital album of music from the 1996 television series, THE CAPE, composed by Louis Febre with the main theme composed by John Debney. The Cape was produced with the co-operation and technical support of NASA, which gave the series unprecedented access to film at the John F. Kennedy Space Center and former astronauts Buzz Aldrin and Bruce Melnick served as technical consultants. Filmed entirely on location against the backdrop of Central Florida’s beaches, the programme offers a true-to-life depiction of the daily trials and tribulations faced by the astronauts involved in the Shuttle program. The series balances their demanding professional lives at NASA with their private lives in a Florida beach community using scrupulous attention to detail to enhance the drama. While focusing on realistic stories of human drama and intrigue, The Cape addresses man’s perennial fascination with space and the exploration of the universe.
Louis Febre is a composer working in Los Angeles. A trained pianist, his career in composition began in independent films and television commercials. Febre began his career with B-movie company PM Entertainment before meeting his friend and mentor John Debney. The two formed a partnership that would produce successful collaborative efforts such as the movie DOCTOR WHO, and led to Louis' first television series, THE CAPE, which would earn him an Emmy for Best Dramatic Underscore. The two continue to work together to this day. Febre has enjoyed success with the movies SWIMFAN, TOWER OF TERROR (Disney), and a set of SCOOBY-DOO television movies. In 2001, he could be found collaborating with Steve Jablonsky on the first season of the hit television series DESPERATE HOUSEWIVES. As an additional orchestrator, he worked again with John Debney on CATS & DOGS, JIMMY NEUTRON, the Disney film CHICKEN LITTLE, DISNEYWORLD TOKYO, and with Mark Snow on THE X-FILES. With the departure of Snow from the television series SMALLVILLE, Febre became the credited composer in 2007. Louis Febre continues to work in television and independent films. Most recently, he composed the score for the award winning Colombian film BASTARDS Y DIABLOS.