Michel legrand never say never again original soundtrack recording - Frankie Laine discography - Wikipedia

Filming took place on location in Jamaica between 16 January [32] and 21 February 1962; five days later filming began at Pinewood Studios in England with sets designed by Ken Adam , [19] who had previously worked with Broccoli on the 1960 film The Trials of Oscar Wilde . [33] Maurice Binder created the title sequence and introduced the gun barrel motif that appears in all the Eon Bond films. [34] Monty Norman wrote the accompanying soundtrack, which included the " James Bond Theme ", heard in the gun barrel sequence and in a calypso medley over the title credits; the theme was described by another Bond film composer, David Arnold , as "bebop-swing vibe coupled with that vicious, dark, distorted electric guitar, definitely an instrument of rock 'n' roll ... it represented everything about the character you would want: It was cocky, swaggering, confident, dark, dangerous, suggestive, sexy, unstoppable. And he did it in two minutes". [35] The theme was arranged by John Barry , who was uncredited for the arrangement [36] but credited for his performance. [18]

As well as being freely available on this website, a DVD containing over 400 videos, together with annotations, transcriptions and leadsheets, can be purchased directly from this site. There are also quite a few enhanced videos, transcriptions and backing tracks that are only available on the DVD. Order the DVD here

The Gang That Sang Heart Of My Heart , Get Happy , The Girl In The Wood, Hey Good Lookin' (with Jo Stafford), I Would Do Most Anything For You, In the Cool, Cool, Cool of the Evening , The Isle of Capri , Jealousy (Jalousie), Jezebel , Love Is Such A Cheat, Metro Polka, Necessary Evil, One For My Baby , Pretty-Eyed Baby (with Jo Stafford), Rose, Rose, I Love You , She Reminds Me Of You, Song Of The Islands, South of The Border , That's Good! That's Bad! (with Jo Stafford), That's How Rhythm Was Born, That's The One For Me (with Jo Stafford), To Be Worthy Of You, Tomorrow Mountain, What Could Be Sweeter?, When It's Sleepy Time Down South , Wonderful Wasn't It?, Yes My Dear, You Left Me Out In The Rain

Previously unplayed releases: Producer: Kees Brinkerink: from 1968: Broadcast: Sunday, December 24, 2017: Released: 1: All our Christmasses: Majority: 12-01-68

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