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Buysoundtrax Digital presents an exclusive digital release of Dennis McCarthy's score to the television movie WHEN INNOCENCE IS LOST. When Erica French opts to keep the baby she conceived in high school, she never dreamed that one day she would be fighting for custody against the child's father, Scott Stone. Scott Stone initially fought for custody when Erica threatened to cut off his access to their daughter. Scott continues to try to be a part of his daughter's life, but when Molly first breaks her arm at the playground then Scott's mother finds mysterious bruises on her granddaughter, Scott again fights for custody of young Molly, and this time he wins because the court feels his family can provide a more stable environment for Molly than a public daycare can. 

Among the most dependable composers in the business, Dennis McCarthy’s career has ranged from being a session keyboardist and musical director for Glen Campbell to composing Emmy award-winning scores for television’s “Star Trek” franchise. For more than 35 years, McCarthy has been an in-demand composer for films and television, scoring such shows as “V: The TV Series” (1984-85), “Dynasty” (1985-89), “McGyver” (1985-91), “Birdland” (1994), as well as made-for-TV movies such as “V: The Final Battle” (1984), “Overkill: The Aileen Wuornos Story” (1992), “In His Life: The John Lennon Story” (2000), and “A Modern Twain Story: The Prince and the Pauper” (2007). McCarthy gained prominence as one of the regular composers on “Star Trek: The Next Generation” beginning in 1987, and has continued in the same capacity for three subsequent Trek series (“Deep Space Nine,” “Voyager,” and “Enterprise”), as well as the seventh Star Trek feature film, “Generations” in 1994 and related media such as video games and shorts involving “Star Trek” characters. McCarthy’s efforts have gained him six Emmy Award nominations – and two wins, first in 1991 for his dramatic score to the “Unification, Part 1” episode of “Star Trek: the Next Generation,” and again in 1993 for his Main Title to “Star Trek: Deep Space Nine.”

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WHEN INNOCENCE IS LOST: Original Score by Dennis McCarthy

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Erica’s Theme 1:44

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A New Mother 1:17

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Bad News 2:09

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Life Changes 1:20

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Morning Coffee : You Are Served 3:13

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A Mother’s Hope / You Need Lawyer 3:21

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The Next Day : "I can’t lose her!" 3:18

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You Have to Fight for Her 2:44

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She Panics : A Mother’s Love 2:50

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"She is the world to me" 3:09

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Friends and Family 2:48

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Resolution and Finale 5:02

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Downloads include choice of MP3, WAV, or FLAC

BSXDG0074

Includes Digital Booklet

Buysoundtrax Digital presents an exclusive digital release of Dennis McCarthy's score to the television movie WHEN INNOCENCE IS LOST. When Erica French opts to keep the baby she conceived in high school, she never dreamed that one day she would be fighting for custody against the child's father, Scott Stone. Scott Stone initially fought for custody when Erica threatened to cut off his access to their daughter. Scott continues to try to be a part of his daughter's life, but when Molly first breaks her arm at the playground then Scott's mother finds mysterious bruises on her granddaughter, Scott again fights for custody of young Molly, and this time he wins because the court feels his family can provide a more stable environment for Molly than a public daycare can. 

Among the most dependable composers in the business, Dennis McCarthy’s career has ranged from being a session keyboardist and musical director for Glen Campbell to composing Emmy award-winning scores for television’s “Star Trek” franchise. For more than 35 years, McCarthy has been an in-demand composer for films and television, scoring such shows as “V: The TV Series” (1984-85), “Dynasty” (1985-89), “McGyver” (1985-91), “Birdland” (1994), as well as made-for-TV movies such as “V: The Final Battle” (1984), “Overkill: The Aileen Wuornos Story” (1992), “In His Life: The John Lennon Story” (2000), and “A Modern Twain Story: The Prince and the Pauper” (2007). McCarthy gained prominence as one of the regular composers on “Star Trek: The Next Generation” beginning in 1987, and has continued in the same capacity for three subsequent Trek series (“Deep Space Nine,” “Voyager,” and “Enterprise”), as well as the seventh Star Trek feature film, “Generations” in 1994 and related media such as video games and shorts involving “Star Trek” characters. McCarthy’s efforts have gained him six Emmy Award nominations – and two wins, first in 1991 for his dramatic score to the “Unification, Part 1” episode of “Star Trek: the Next Generation,” and again in 1993 for his Main Title to “Star Trek: Deep Space Nine.”

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