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Doctor No CD
Music by Monty Norman 1962
Pris: 298:-
US : $29
Nr  : 007- 20010


Dr. No: 1962

Original Motion Picture Soundtrack [SOUNDTRACK]
John Barry, James Bond Films (Related Recordings)
This is a surprisingly good soundtrack...considering that many of the better pieces of the film, as such the breezy instrumental version of Underneath the Mango Tree at the film's finale, was left out.
Aside from the theme, here are some of the highlights...Underneath the Mango Tree, a beautiful song heard in the movie, and another version sung by Sean Connery himself. There are also several instrumental versions of the song on the soundtrack that are also great. Other songs like "Three Blind Mice", "Jamaica Jump Up" are also good, and best played for laughs.
The Island Speaks is an ominous piece that will have you on the edge of your seat. And there is also versions of the original James Bond theme that Norman wrote before Barry rearranged it (whatever THAT meant), one of which is as slinky and sexy as a theme can be.
The downers...well, Dr. No's Fantasy, whatever that was. And Audio Bongo...strictly filler.
Dr. No is a very good soundtrack overall, and you won't be disappointed.

From Russia With Love CD
Music by John Barry 1963
Pris: 298:- US : $29
Nr  : 007- 20020


From Russia With Love: 1963

Original Motion Picture Soundtrack [SOUNDTRACK]
This is the first Bond score John Barry wrote, and began a legacy - Barry went on to write another 11 scores for the Bond franchise.
In his score, Barry clearly captures the spirit of Russia through his remarkable talent of instrumental writing. Although Lionel Bart wrote the theme tune, Barry arranged the music for orchestra. He effortlessly blends this tune into the score, often interweaving it with the 'James Bond theme' (for example in 'Opening Titles', 'Bond Meets Tania' and 'Death of Grant').
There are plenty of atmospheric tracks on the album, including 'Golden Horn', a light track with many strings playing pizzicato; 'Girl Trouble', dramatic music accompanying the famous gypsy girl fight; 'Guitar Lament', a sorowful piece featuring prominently the accoustic guitar; and 'Spectre Island', when an eerie melody played by the harp and piano is introduced.
The CD/film also features Barry's first use of the '007' theme, one that he would use subsequently in 'Thunderball', 'You Only Live Twice' and 'Moonraker'.
My personal favourite of the album (and I found it difficult to decide because all the tracks are of high quality) was 'James Bond with Bongos'. It was great to hear a different rendition of the infamous James Bond theme, this time with the bongo's percussive influence jazzing the piece up! In short, I thoroughly recommend this album to anyone; Bond fan or non Bond fan alike! I'm certainly glad I bought it!

Goldfinger CD
Music by John Barry 1964
Goldfinger Pris: 298:- US : $29
Nr  : 007- 20030

Goldfinger: 1964 Original Motion Picture Soundtrack [SOUNDTRACK]

The soundtrack to Goldfinger is a famous one, and when it was released in 1964 it selled real good. Just like any other Barry-Bond-soundtrack it is a great CD, but still not one of the best. Barry didn´t found a perfect balance with action-songs, beatufil songs and exiting songs before his next Bond-score, Thunderball. The Goldfinger soundtrack doesn´t have a great balance.
The Main Title song Goldfinger is of course a superb one, and you can say nothing bad about that one. Probebly did John Barry understand how good this song was, cause in the soundtrack he works alot with it. In 5 five songs can we hear instrumental versions of the title song, both in very beatufil music (like in "Alpine Drive") and something like action-music (in "Dawn Raid on Fort Knox").
The entire instrumental version of the title track is not so good, and it "steals" some of the great tunes from "Dawn Raid on Fort Knox", but it doesn´t fit in the instrumental song.

Thunderball CD
Music by John Barry 1965
Pris: 298:- US : $29
Nr  : 007- 20040


Thunderball: Original Motion Picture Sound Track [SOUNDTRACK] 1965

This is one of the best james Bond soundtracks by John Barry. The Tom Jones' vocal has real power. A spectacular and haunting score. It really has that 'Bond Sound.' Highly recommended!

You Only Live Twice CD
Music by John Barry 1967
Pris: 298:- US : $29
Nr  : 007- 20050


You Only Live Twice: 1967

Original Motion Picture Soundtrack [SOUNDTRACK]
John Barry, Nancy Sinatra, James Bond Films (Related Recordings)
In, my opinion, this is one of Barry's best scores, along with Goldfinger and On Her Majesty's Secret Service. The music beautifully complements Bond's mission in Japan, and stands on its own as great music too. I would break down the tracks as follows: GREAT- "Fight at Kobe Dock- Helga", "Mountains and Sunsets", "Bond Averts World War Three", and the end titles. GOOD- "Capsule in Space", "The Death of Aki", "The Wedding", and "James Bond- Astronaut". OKAY: The title song, "A Drop in the Ocean", and "Countdown for Blofeld". The worst track was "Tanaka's World", which was boring and repetitive. I like all the music on this CD except that track. My main gripe is that they didn't include the music from the Little Nellie helicopter dogfight. Then I would give this CD more than 5 stars (if that were possible).

On Her Majesty's Secret Service CD
Music by John Barry 1969
Pris: 298:- US : $29
Nr  : 007- 20060


On Her Majesty's Secret Service: [SOUNDTRACK] 1969

John Barry, James Bond Films (Related Recordings)
John Barry's music for "On Her Majesty's Secret Service" ("OHMSS")
is clearly the best overall score in the entire Bond series. "Golfinger" is a
close second largely because of a knockout song, but "We Have All the
Time in the World," especially as sung by Louis Armstrong,
is itself a treasure and Barry's instrumental score is a bit better here.
The soundtrack on cd as released by Capital/EMI is acceptable except for
the expected missing cuts. As with all of the early Bond soudtracks,
the cds are reprints of the original recordings which, because of the
limitations of LPs, could only include so much music.
Some of these "missing" tracks have appeared in later recordings such
as Nic Raine's "Bond Back in Action," but true Bond and Barry fans still
yearn for the original recordings or Barry conducted updates.
Barry broke with tradition with "OHMSS" by using an instumental for
the title (lyrics were written but never used) making this a unique score.
And that main theme remains is Bond, and even though
Sean Connery is missing in this film, Barry is quick to give a musical
reminder of what we are about to experience. If any of the Bond scores
deserves an expanded edition (and several do: "Goldfinger," "Thunderball,"
"You Only Live Twice,") "OHMSS" should be at the top of the list. Still,
the score in the film is first rate, and this soudtrack recording will do quite nicely.

Diamonds Are Forever CD
Music by John Barry 1971
Pris: 298:- US : $29
Nr  : 007- 20070


Diamonds Are Forever: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack [SOUNDTRACK] 1971

The good news with "Diamonds Are Forever" (1971) was that Sean Connery had returned as 007, John Barry was back to do the music, and Shirley Bassey, again, was signed to do the title song. It was Connery's last appearance as James Bond with the Broccoli-Saltzman production company, and that was the bad news. Barry teamed with Don Black to produce one of the best songs in the Bond cycle, but like "You Only Live Twice," and "We Have All the Time in the World," "Diamonds Are Forever" broke from the brash model of "Goldfinger" and presented a more sultry tune. Bassey demonstrated her versatility in this fine performance. The title's main theme provided the musical framework for much of the instrumental score, but two other themes also emerged, a campy and sinister theme for Mr. Wint and Mr. Kidd, and something of a variation on Barry's "Space March" from "You Only Live Twice." The score worked well on the screen, and has proven to be one of the most enduring soundtracks. Clearly, the key to the success of this score is the main theme from the title song. A major part of the music flows from a variety of interpretations of that theme including a subtle and interesting combination with the Norman-Barry James Bond Theme in "Bond Meets Bambi and Thumper." Two cuts that were not included on the original soundtrack appear on the Nic Raines "Bond Back in Action" ("Mr. Wint and Mr. Kidd" and "Blofeld's Laser"), but the music contained in them is pretty well represented on the soundtrack. While the score seems a bit less dynamic than earlier Barry entries to the Bond cycle, the title song and theme are important and delightful additions.

Live and Let Die CD
Music by George Martin 1973
Pris: 298:- US : $29
Nr  : 007- 20080


Live and Let Die [SOUNDTRACK] 1973

George Martin, Wings, Paul McCartney, James Bond Films (Related Recordings)
Live and Let Die" (1973) introduced a new Bond, Roger Moore, and a new musical team, Paul McCartney and Wings and former Beatle's producer, George Martin, to set the tone. The primary focus here was to produce a hit title with Paul and Linda McCarney and Wings. Martin simply came with the deal. The title remains one of the most dramatic and best songs of the series, and was especially striking with Maurice Binder's amazing opening and end titles. George Martin's score included a foundation based on the James Bond theme and the title song, but he also introduced a fine theme for Solitaire, and interesting island music for "Baron Samedi's Dance of Death" and "Sacrifice." Without McCartney and Wings, George Martin would not have sufficed, but together they produced one of the best non-Barry soundtracks.

The Man with The Golden Gun CD
Music by John Barry 1974
Pris: 298:- US : $29
Nr  : 007- 20090


The Man With The Golden Gun: 1974

(1974 Film): Original Motion Picture Soundtrack [SOUNDTRACK]
James Bond Films (Related Recordings), John Barry
THE MAN WITH THE GOLDEN GUN is a very underrated soundtrack. This is a very good CD. John Barry finally put an album together based mostly on the background score. Barry did not put an album out like this since his excellent YOU ONLY LIVE TWICE. The main theme is quite a catchy tune and is very recognizable to anyone who has seen the film. THE MAN WITH THE GOLDEN GUN has started to gather a small cult following. It's a Bond film with a comic slant that has all the elements of any good Bond film. Somehow the film looks like a very minor entry compared to the rest of the series. Yet that very fact gives it a unique and curious appeal. It is actually a very likable and entertaining film. One of the film's strengths is John Barry's score, which gives Bond a whole new slant. If you like the film you should like this CD because it covers most of the film's sequences from start to finish. This CD covers the creative music from Scaramanga's fun house, embodies several passages of the James Bond Theme and contains a great oriental flavor throughout. Highly recommended.

The Spy Who Loved Me CD
Music by Marvin Hamlisch 1977
Pris: 298:- US : $29
Nr  : 007- 20100


The Spy Who Loved Me [SOUNDTRACK] 1977

For Albert R. Broccoli's tenth James Bond film, The Spy Who Loved Me, John Barry was unavailable to score the film. Marvin Hamlisch came in to bring a fresh new sound to the World of James Bond and he certainly did! The score for the film may sound dated by today's standards since it features many of those familiar 70's sounds and instruments. However, the score still holds up to be one of the best non-Barry James Bond music compositions. Goldfinger defines the Bond sound of the 1960s. A View to a Kill defines the Bond sound for the 1980s, and GoldenEye for the 1990's. But it is The Spy Who Loved Me which defines the Bond sound for the 1970's. My only complaint on this score is some of the music has been altered or changed from the film version to this CD version. For example, Bond 77 in the movie is a lot more enjoyable than on this score. And where on earth is the rest of that great music from when Bond and Anya are at the pyramids? Hopefully EMI will release a special version of the score with the original music. Until then, as Bond say's in The Spy Who Loved Me, "This was only intended to wet our appetites." It sure did wet mine.

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