Various - Best Themes From James Bond Films mp3 album
James Bond is the title of various compilation albums of music used in the James Bond films made by Eon Productions up to that time. The single disc compilation was later updated four times in 1999, 2002, 2008, and 2012
The album is only missing the theme songs from the two newest Bond films: Skyfall and Spectre, which can be easily purchased individually. I would highly recommend this album for any die hard Bond fans out there. One person found this helpful.
The Essential James Bond. The City of Prague Philharmonic Orchestra. James Bond 50th Anniversary Collection. 007: Casino Royale (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack). Shaken and Stirred - The David Arnold James Bond Project. The Bucket List (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack).
Bond songs are generally best when they hark back to the goldfingered Bassey era and Garbage’s impressive recreation gave Brosnan’s stint a real touch of the Conneries. 7 ‘For Your Eyes Only’ – Sheena Easton (1981). The iconic bond theme set the tone for the entire franchise, dripping glamour, wealth and oodles of filthy, devious sex. 3 ‘We Have All The Time In The World’ – Louis Armstrong (1969). Probably the best thing about ‘On Her Majesty’s Secret Service’, Armstrong’s late-era masterpiece didn’t really come to prominence until it appeared in a 1994 Guinness advert. It’s now a first dance staple. 2 ‘Nobody Does It Better’ – Carly Simon (1977).
For Bond fans, the title sequence is extremely important, as it sets the theme of the entire film. This list includes most of the major theme songs from 007 movies, dating back to the 1960s, along with the artists and the movie titles (if they are different than the song titles). From the originals to the remixes from the famous djs around the world.
Each Bond gets the themes he deserves, from the smooth and impenetrable tunes of the Connery era to the radio-ready offerings from the Daniel Craig years, as muscular and wounded as his iteration of the legendary sp. The first Bond theme since 1983's Octopussy not to borrow the title of the movie, (and the first one not to appear on its movie's soundtrack), this alt-rock dumpster fire really can't be blamed on Chris Cornell. The squelching horn melody may be a little (or a lot) derivative of the music from the first three Bond films, but that Welsh baritone spin on Shirley Bassey's shtick made it sound brand new, and the way he nearly asphyxiates on that final note is a perfect flourish for a spy adventure that sets most of its action underwater.
Today, we kick off the action by updating our rankings of the franchise’s theme songs following the release of Sam Smith’s Writing’s on the Wall. Tomorrow? You’ll have to return and find out for yourself. As such, Justin Gerber and I decided to take a moment to update our power ranking of Bond themes from 2014 and let you know how Sam Smith stacks up against Shirley Bassey, A-Ha, and all the rest of Bond’s themesters. Again here are our rules: – Dr. No has no specific theme song. It introduces The James Bond Theme and some weird version of Three Blind Mice. We didn’t include it, but we fully acknowledge The James Bond Theme reigns supreme.
Refined Stylish Theatrical Dramatic Lush Passionate Sensual Sophisticated. The Best of James Bond.
|1||James Bond Theme|
|3||Man With The Golden Gun|
|4||View To A Kill|
|5||For Your Eyes Only|
|6||All Time High|
|8||License To Kill|
|9||From Russia With Love|
|10||Diamonds Are Forever|
|12||We Have All The Time In The World|
|13||Live And Let Die|
|14||You Only Live Twice|
|17||Nobody Does It Better|
|18||Tomorrow Never Dies|
|19||Die Another Day|
|20||The World Is Not Enough|
NotesBooklet: 4 pages. Released in a regular Jewel Case with clear tray.
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