So Say We All: Battlestar Galactica Live

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So Say We All: Battlestar Galactica Live
"So Say We All: Battlestar Galactica Live"
An album of the Re-imagined series
Album No. 8
Composer(s) Bear McCreary
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Label Sparks & Shadows
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Discs 1
Released 4 June 2021
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So Say We All: Battlestar Galactica Live is a live album soundtrack featuring music performed before a live audience from Bear McCreary's live performances the late 2000s and early 2010s CE.

Of particular note, this album features the live "duet" performance of "All Along the Watchtower" with Katee Sackhoff (Kara "Starbuck" Thrace) and Bear McCreary playing the piano part, a la the performance of Slick and Thrace in Season 4's "Someone to Watch Over Me."[1]

Release Info

The album went live online on 4 June 2021 CE via Bear McCreary's private label, Sparks & Shadows, in concert with four original Re-imagined Series soundtracks, all of which are digital remasters from the original source music. Additionally, this and the aforementioned soundtracks are also made available via streaming services, such as Spotify, a first for these albums.<ref name="gizmodo/">

A limited number of physical compact discs are signed by McCreary, and made available via La-La Land Records as of 8 June 2021 CE.[1]

Track Listing

  1. "A Distant Sadness"
  2. "Prelude To War"
  3. "Baltar’s Dream"
  4. "Roslin and Adama"
  5. "Apocalypse"
  6. "Fight Night"
  7. "Something Dark Is Coming"
  8. "Wander My Friends"
  9. "Lords Of Kobol"
  10. "Storming New Caprica"
  11. "Heeding The Call"
  12. "All Along The Watchtower" (feat. Katee Sackhoff)
  13. "Colonial Anthem" / "Black Market"

Press Release

External Links


  1. 1.0 1.1 Bricken, Rob, "Battlestar Galactica's Bear McCreary Knows What Concert Nerds Have Been Missing", Gizmodo, 1 June 2021. Retrieved on 1 June 2021.