Now this may be a topic that's close to Andy's heart ...
A while ago, I came across 5x 10-12 minute videos on YouTube with all the music from the cancelled 1998 Sierra game; Babylon 5:Into the Fire.
Now, of course, this 50+ minutes of music, along with the user that uploaded it all, has disappeared from YouTube altogether and the only thing we have left is this 32 minute video, which has quite a few bits repeated, and the arrangements of the tracks aren't quite as good:
A copy of the #4 video, which was uploaded by someone else, is still available:
So I had a look around to try and find out where those original 10 minute files originated.
I went on some Bab5 Facebook groups but nobody could help.
Babylon 5 Wiki
I was hard at work today, like I always am, and I went and had a look at the Babylon 5 Wiki and found something interesting:
https://babylon5.fandom.com/wiki/Babylo ... ire_(Game)
"Christopher Franke composed and recorded new music for the game, and live action footage was filmed with the primary actors from the series.
Some of Franke's music for the game was included on a separate disc that came with "The Official Guide to Babylon 5 (CD ROM)", also published by Sierra."
On the page for this Official Guide, we get the following, which sounds very promising:
https://babylon5.fandom.com/wiki/The_Of ... 5_(CD_ROM)
"features hundreds of photos and dozens of Quicktime video clips and sound file from the Babylon 5 TV Series."
I'm gonna try and get a hold of this Official Guide and see what's on those discs in relation to the game music ...
Dream big and bold and daring.