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The Prisoner [File #2]

Original TV Soundtrack
1 Jan 2002 | Format: MP3

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Product details

  • Original Release Date: 1 Jan 2002
  • Label: Silva Screen Records
  • Copyright: 2002 Silva Screen Records
  • Total Length: 58:35
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  • ASIN: B002WRVUGC
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 73,093 in MP3 Albums (See Top 100 in MP3 Albums)

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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Miss M. Potter TOP 100 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 4 Nov 2011
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
Volume Two of the Prisoner is excellent. There are three volumes and this second disc takes us through the episodes Free For All, The General, Many happy returns, Dance of the Dead, Checkmate, Hammer into Anvil and A change of mind.
This CD album is very interesting. It uses various pieces of music both from library stock of already established composers and original compositions by various composers used in the series such as Albert Elms and Robert Farnon.
The album begins with the main theme by Ron Grainer. This time this version is a re recording by the Royal Philharmonic Concert Orchestra. The original recording is available on volume one This re recording is very good and sounds great.

These releases are also unique because they include brief excerpts of dialogue from the actual TV series. We actually get Patrick McGoohan saying things like "Elections? In this place?"
These excerpts are sandwiched between music tracks and they help to give the album an atmosphere and authority.
The CD presentation is excellent with some good photos from the series in the booklet. The sound is very good with a great programme of tracks.
This release along with volume one and three will appeal to anyone interested in the TV series the Prisoner.
I highly recommend this volume two along with volume one and three and if you are a big fan of the music to the show then I recommend the soundtrack releases from Network DVD. There are two CD versions. An expensive three disc set or a highlights CD. However this release it great on its own with its music and actual clips from the show.
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Amazon.com: 7 reviews
6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
Now If Only Silva Would Release "The Persuaders!" 28 Jan 2005
By S. Wynn - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
I'm thrilled at both the sound quality and artistic quality of this release! If you liked the Prisoner show and for some bizarre reason only wanted one volume of the music, then "The Prisoner File #2" should be your pick! It has more of the thrilling suspense and escape and chase music heard on the show. It doesn't contain so much of the source music (like the "Oom-Pa-Pa" band music) featured on the other volumes. The Main Title is a re-record, which is a decent version, but the End Title included here is the best arrangement of the theme I've heard! Now if only Silva would release the scores from the 1971-72 TV series "The Persuaders!" my life would be complete!
5 of 6 people found the following review helpful
"the score covers seven exciting episodes ~ The Prisoner" 13 Mar 2003
By J. Lovins - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
This album covers seven classic episodes of "The Prisoner", featuring some of the best story lines complimented by a intriguing score. Patrick McGoohan who as you know by now is referred to as Number 6 takes his characterinto several directions, trying to escape "The Village". We open with "FREE FOR ALL", Number 6 runs for election to become Number 2 ~ "THE GENERAL",now we have [mind-controlled] citizens as a result of speed learning ~ "MANY HAPPY RETURNS", where did everybody go? The Village is deserted and a raft must be built to escape, but does escape? ~ "DANCE OF THE DEAD", finding bodies on the beach is breaking The Village rules, a trial is in the making ~ "CHECKMATE", chess anyone? The Rook and Number 6 are ready to leave and board a rescue ship ~ "HAMMER INTO ANVIL", Number 2 is about to be unhinged ~ "A CHANGE OF MIND", Number 6 climbs on the operating table for surgery and turns the tables.
The Prisoner is simply the greatest television series ever made, with outstanding cues at every turn. Through this score we are able to relive all the characters that grew so dear in our hearts. The composer Albert Elms synchronizes the score to fit the mood of each cue. Elms music is interwoven into the original theme that was written by Ron Grainer featuring the Royal Philharmonic Concert Orchestra, and it works perfectly. Highly recommend this collection as we relive those magical years when television was creative and entertaining. The music should be considered as one of the primary characters of the series.
Total Time: 57:45 on 39 Tracks ~ Silva America SSD-1145 ~ (2/11/2003)
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
Number 2 has succeeded 22 July 2005
By X.O.4 - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
This CD is awesome if you want the mood music, the music which plays in the background and often set the mood. Not the Village Radio music (although there's some of that, too), and the dialouge is just first-rate! Well, to me, anyway. Feel free to form your own opinion, though!
Don't be misled 30 Jan 2013
By David Block - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
The Carlton/Silva series (2002) is NOT a reissue of the original 1989 Silva Screen three-disc set. The latter contains additional dialogue tracks as well as different incidental music and should be considered as a 'must have' to the serious 'Prisoner' collector. Most of the music here is original to this disc and not duplicated from previous releases. The main title theme as recorded by the Royal Philharmonic Concert Orchestra (track 2) is worth the 'price of admission' IMHO.
The Original Prisoner/ Music and some dialog #2 12 Jan 2012
By J. Bynum - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
The Prisoner / Original Television soundtrack /
File #2 - Some Music and bits of dialog from "Free For All", "The General", "Many happy returns", "Dance of the dead", "Checkmate", "Hammer into anvil" and
"A Change of Mind":

For the fan of the McGoohan series, this audio CD is essential.
Don't be unmutual. Buy this disc (after buying Volume One).

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