Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy Soundtrack
Songs from the movie Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy Soundtrack
Land Du Välsignade – Jussi Bjorling
First song as movie opens. Control opens the door and Jim enters.
Salut d’amour – Edward Elgar
Playing at the cafe as Jim meets the contact to receive information about the mole.
Dyna-Mite – Mud
First song at the party. Control complains about his drink.
The Second Best Secret Agent in the Whole Wide World – Sammy Davis Junior
Second song at the party with the circus.
Spinning Wheel – Sammy Davis Junior
Ricki Tarr (Tom Hardy) is retelling his story about following Boris the delegate. Plays in the club.
Tamara Delihorn – Oriental Wind
Ricki finds the dead man with his throat cut in the hospital. He stops this song on the radio as he pulls back the curtains.
Don’t Let It Die – Hurricane Smith
Playing at the mechanics while Peter Guillam attempts to steal the log book.
Mr. Wu’s A Window Cleaner Now – George Formby
Playing at the mechanics as he makes the phone call to distract Peter to the phone. Peter steals the files.
The Proudest, Loneliest Fool – Charlie Rich
Playing at the party as George wanders around before a man dressed as Santa changes the music.
National Anthem of the Ussr – The Red Army Choir
A man jumps up at the party, turns off the record and sings this to the crowd.
All Kinds of Everything – Dana
Playing in Mrs. McCraig’s house as they try to find Polykov in his meeting place.
La Mer – Julio Iglesias
Last song of the movie. Jim shoots Bill (Colin Firth) in the face.
Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)
Music by Alberto Iglesias.
1. George Smiley [5:15] 2. Treasure [1:50] 3. Witchcraft [1:34] 4. Islay Hotel [1:01] 5. Control [2:11] 6. Polyakov [1:51] 7. Alleline And Bland On The Roof [2:36] 8. Safe House [1:44] 9. Tarr And Irina [5:18] 10.Anything Else? [3:38] 11.Jim Prideaux [2:16] 12.Thursgood [1:21] 13.Karla [2:58] 14.Esterhase [5:02] 15.Guillam [1:33] 16.Control And Westerby 4:02] 17.Circus [5:29] 18.One’s Gone [3:38] 19.Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy [5:59]
Let the Right One In director Tomas Alfredson takes the helm for this adaptation of John Le Carré’s novel about an ex-British agent who emerges from retirement to expose a mole in MI6. England, 1973: British Secret Intelligence Service (SIS) head Control (John Hurt) and his top-ranking lieutenant George Smiley (Gary Oldman) are both forced into retirement after a mission involving respected secret agent Jim Prideaux (Mark Strong) turns unexpectedly deadly. As the Cold War continues to escalate, suspicions of a Soviet double agent begin to grow within SIS. Subsequently summoned by Undersecretary Oliver Lacon (Simon McBurney), Smiley is secretly reemployed by the SIS in order to root out the double agent suspected of sharing top-secret British intelligence with the Soviets. Meanwhile, as Smiley and his new partner Peter Guillam (Benedict Cumberbatch) begin systematically examining all of the official missions and records involving MI6, the veteran spy can’t help but recall an encounter he once had with Karla, a dangerous Russian operative, years prior. At first, uncovering the identity of the infiltrator seems nearly impossible. Smiley and Guillam get a big break, however, when undercover agent Ricki Tarr (Tom Hardy) reveals that he has fallen for a mysterious woman in Turkey named Irina (Svetlana Khodchenkova), who may have a crucial lead. Later, upon learning that Control had comprised a list of five possible suspects, code-named Tinker (Toby Jones), Tailor (Colin Firth), Soldier (Ciarán Hinds), Poor Man (David Dencik), and Beggar Man — none other than Smiley himself — the investigation begins to heat up again. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi
Cast: Gary Oldman, Colin Firth, Tom Hardy, Mark Strong, Ciarán Hinds, John Hurt
Director: Tomas Alfredson