New film soundtrack from composer Mark Ayres, best known for Doctor Who scores during the “classic” Doctor Who era – The Greatest Show in the Galaxy, Ghost Light, and The Curse of Fenric, all previously released on Silva Screen Records – and for recent concert appearances with the reformed Radiophonic Workshop.
British production Scar Tissue is a gripping mystery thriller which is both shocking and unsettling. Starring Charity Wakefield (Mockingbird Lane, The Raven, Sense and Sensibility) and Danny Horn (Doctor Who), the film’s score is written by Mark Ayres, who also scored Scar Tissue director Scott Michell’s conspiracy thriller The Innocent Sleep for which noted soprano Lesley Garrett provided vocals. This time around Mark has collaborated with Hazel Mills from up-andcoming band Adding Machine on the moody theme song, “Walking Backwards Through My Life”. The music blends edgy electronics with the strings of the City of Prague Philharmonic Orchestra.
Mark is the archivist for the groundbreaking output of the BBC Radiophonic Workshop and the music and sound effects used in Doctor Who from the very beginning in 1963 up to the late 1980s. In December 2013 Silva Screen’s Doctor Who 50th anniversary 4CD compilation, produced and compiled by Mark, was a Top 50 hit.
1. Walking Backwards Through My Life (featuring Hazel Mills, Vocal)
2. A Head Start for the Devil
3. All Fall Down (Scar Tissue Main Title)
5. Familiar (featuring Jane Angel)
6. Find the Girl, Find the Truth
7. Just One Look
8. Let it Go
10. The One That Got Away
11. Eyes on the Wall
12. Safe Place
13. Quickest Way Home
15. Paradox 135 (featuring Tony’s Friend)
17. My Little Puppet
18. Run Billy Goat, Run
20. Gifts / The Things You Made Me See
21. From the Cradle to…
22. The Darkest Soul
23. One Day at a Time
24. Walking Backwards Through My Life (Playout Version) (featuring Hazel Mills, Vocal)