This is a fine work by Jerry Goldsmith. Having worked in the original TV show before, Goldsmith arranges the original Marius Constant main theme for the film's main and end credits, with total respect.
I really love his predominant use of snare drums and piano in 'Time Out'. A propulsive and relentless militaristic piece of music that describes the odyssey of Vic Morrow's character through different stages of time.
Then we have the lovely track 'Kick The Can', in which Goldsmith musically describes the wish of certain seniors to be young again. A very touching cue indeed.
'A Good Life' is not quite the kind of music I love to hear from Goldsmith, but I must admit that it fulfills its mission of conveying weirdness, with a little tribute to Carl Stalling on the side.
Finally, before we get to hear the "Twilight Zone" end credits, we get to hear a true thrilling track titled 'Nightmare At 20,000 Feet'. A spectacular piece of music that makes us feel the fears of an airline passenger (John Lithgow) who sees some sort of a monster on the plane wing.
The only track that seems to be out of place is the song 'Nights Are Forever', sung by Jennifer Warnes. Even though it's composed by Goldsmith and lyricist John Bettis, and it's played in the 'Time Out' sequence, the song feels kinda strange in the album, as well as in the film.
In general, this is one good album that should be in every soundtrack fan's collection.