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The Living Daylights Original recording remastered, Enhanced, Soundtrack


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  • Audio CD (Feb. 25 2003)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Original recording remastered, Enhanced, Soundtrack
  • Label: EMI Music Canada
  • Run Time: 130 minutes
  • ASIN: B000087DT7
  • Average Customer Review: 4.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (7 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #49,419 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. The Living Daylights (Digitally Remastered)
2. Necros Attacks (Digitally Remastered)
3. The Sniper Was A Woman (1992 Digital Remaster)
4. Ice Chase (Digitally Remastered)
5. Kara Meets Bond (Digitally Remastered)
6. Koskov Escapes (Digitally Remastered)
7. Where Has Everybody Gone (Digitally Remastered)
8. Into Vienna (1992 Digital Remaster)
9. Hercules Takes Off (Digitally Remastered)
10. Mujahadin And Opium (Digitally Remastered)
11. Inflight Flight (Digitally Remastered)
12. If There Was A Man (1992 Digital Remaster)
13. Exercise At Gibraltar
14. Approaching Kara (Digitally Remastered)
15. Murder At The Fair
16. Assassin And Drugged
17. Airbase Jailbreak
18. Afghanistan Plan
19. Air Bond
20. Final Confrontation
See all 21 tracks on this disc

Product Description

John Barry's 11th score for the Bond series; A-Ha performed the title track.

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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Anthony Clark on March 7 2004
Format: Audio CD
It seems inevitable that with all the legal wranglings going on between John Barry's agents and EON productions that, sadly, The Living Daylights will prove to be Barry's last outing into the world of James Bond - but what an incredible swansong it is! John Barry is the grandfather of the soundtrack genre. It was he who created the "James Bond Sound" and this CD is Barry at his best. The title song, (performed by the Norwegian group a-ha) is present in various instrumental guises throughout this CD, though it is the numerous interpretations of "Where Has Everybody Gone" and "If There Was A Man" (both performed by The Pretenders), which make this CD a "must have" for all collectors of quality film music. This remastered and expanded masterpiece is the most complete version of this soundtrack ever available - with a total of 9 additional tracks which were not available on previous releases - which in fact adds up to almost an extra 30 minutes of Barry genius.
The sweeping majesty of tracks such as Mujahadin and Opium are indicative of just how versatile and broad the Barry spectrum is. As is customary with this composer, there's plenty on this CD to set the blood coursing through your veins at an increased rate - "Hercules Takes Off" and "Exercise At Gibraltar" to name but two. Not only that, but romance as well! Typified in the sheer excellence of "Kara Meets Bond" and "Into Vienna", (itself a romantic take on the "If There Was A Man" theme). Of course, no Bond score would be complete without a track which contains "The James Bond Theme", and this is to be found within "Ice Chase".
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John Barry's "The Living Daylights" is a treasure trove of masterfully written James Bond music. It is a stallion in a stable of stallions of Barry "Bond" scores, the flavour of which I'm sure we have'nt seen or tasted before. Only after the release of this 'crash-hot' remastered and updated soundtrack score does one realise what a divine piece of work this well and truly is and that John Barry may have saved or written arguably one of his best and most memorable "Bond" scores for last, along with (1985's) "A View To A Kill". With it's pulsating synthesized rhythm driven themes and variations on a theme it's unlike anything we've heard before from Mr Barry, when it comes to "Bond" scores anyway and I welcome this new approach with open arms.
My favourite track from "The Living Daylights" score is the exquisitely written "Exercise At Gibraltar" all 6 minutes and 21 seconds of it! From the dashing opening barrel sequence John Barry gradually builds up the tension with every note hinting that something sinister is about to transpire - which it does of course, and which makes this track such a great listen with its mixture of styles.
A few of my other favourites that are worth mentioning are "Hercules Takes Off", "Koskov Escapes" , "Assassin And Drugged", "The Sniper Was A Woman" , "Ice Chase" ,and "AirBond".
This score unfortunately for one reason or another seems to have been John Barry's last for the James Bond films but nonetheless he finished on a high note with this Fab addition and has left the stage with an encore, I'm sure!
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By E -Man on Feb. 11 2003
Format: Audio CD
When I first got in to Bond music, My first score was "The World Is Not Enough". After hearing David Arnold, I was hooked, I started buying them and haven't stoped. I liked John Barry's older Bond scores but some of them like "FRWL" the music just didn't have the magic that Arnolds scores had. But "The Living Daylights" has it, this is what gave birth to Arnolds scores today, the synth beats and Bond theme all of it, Barry caught on, but a little to late, Bill Conti and Marvin Marvin Hamlisch and tried to use synth and up beat music for Bond but it never turned out very well, but when Barry noticed that his scores were a little out of date, he perfected the system with "TLDL", a more modern score for a more modern Bond, a score that could have worked with the Brosnan movies. If you like the sound of "TND", "TWINE", or "DAD" then you will fill right at home. I'm glad that its been reprinted, so you don't have to be rich to get it! I wish Barry would have returned for "LTK", geting Kaman was nuts, hes a good composer but not for a Bond movie. The Bond theme is one of the greatest theme of all times, put it to use, and thats what barry did in this one. This is my second favorite score next to "TND", forget eBay, buy this now.
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In his final time at the helm of James Bond music, John barry gives an all out performance in his music for The Living Daylights. Returning to the synthesizer, but updating it with a more modern beat is the criteria for a perfect James Bond score!
a-ha performs the riveting title song that charted at #5 is a personal favorite of mine. Chrissy Hynde and the Pretenders also include their two songs If There Was A Man and Where Has Everybody Gone on the CD as well. Ice Chase, Hercules Takes Off, Necros Attacks and endless other tracks are filled to the brim with excitng, adventerous and action filled beats. Romantic music is here as well with Bond Meets Kara and instrumental If There Was A Man. The eerie tracks such as Afghanistan Plan and Mujhadin and Opium are also very welcome on the CD. With 21 tracks and 65 minutes of nonstop great James Bond music, The Living Daylights score is a personal favorite of many Bond music buffs. NO Bond fan should be without this fantastic score!!!
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