Thunderball - Count Basie And His Orchestra* - Basie Meets Bond (Vinyl)
So United Artist Music Department had Basie help the franchise since Monty Norman was passed over of his rendition so they gave credit to John Barry as musical Director of soundrack should also be also with Basie Meets Bond for more music style and Monty Norman has ownership of a effort lacking in the graces of his lack of communicating to the John Barry Family his Basie /5(24).
Editorial Reviews. This campy LP from the s features the Count Basie Orchestra playing ten themes from four early James Bond movies, with arrangements by either Chico O'Farrill or George Williams. While it seems doubtful that Basie added any of this music to his regular band repertoire, his band does its best to do justice to the arrangements. The somewhat monotonous "" is converted /5(24).
Count Basie And His Orchestra - Count Basie And His Orchestra - Basie Meets Bond - Lp Vinyl Record - Music/5(9).
Thunderball by Count Basie and His Orchestra was written by Don Black and John Barry and was first recorded and released by John Barry & Tom Jones in Count Basie and His Orchestra released it on the album Basie Meets Bond in It was covered by Ten Masked Men, Majsai Gábor, The Legendary Len Liggins, The Tribute Co. and other artists.
The Count Basie orchestra plays music from the first James Bond films: , From Russia with Love, Goldfinger, al compositions of John Barry and Monty Norman are arranged by George Williams or, mostly, by Chico O'Farrill who succeeds on some tracks to give to the orchestra a hot Latin American-tinged sound. The Sixties generated tons of Bond-inspired albums.
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