The Living Daylights Original recording remastered, Enhanced, Soundtrack
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John Barry's 11th score for the Bond series; A-Ha performed the title track.
Top Customer Reviews
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".Read more ›
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!
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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Item was as described. Package was excellent. Fast shipping. Dealer AAA !Published 9 months ago by jean-claude vachon
Before he died, Cubby Broccoli commented that he did not care for the A-ha's The Loving Daylight theme and hey would return to he ballad style of Bond songs. Read morePublished on Jan. 8 2004 by Deborah MacGillivray
OK, maybe I'm a bit biased because I was thrilled to death when Tim Dalton became Bond. I felt that he nailed the written Bond better than any of the other fine actors (meaning... Read morePublished on Aug. 3 2003 by The Rectifier