Complete List Of James Bond Soundtrack Cues

edited April 10 in Music Posts: 88
Hey,

So here's my attempt to chronicle every musical cue used in an official James Bond film.

I've seen posts on various forums about individual scores, but as far as I'm aware, there isn't a thread with every soundtrack in the order the music appears in the movie.

Please feel free to post below if you spot any mistakes or omissions.

I'd love to be in a position to have a definitive list for each film, including source music, omitted and alternate cues, different versions of the theme song, rejected theme songs etc. etc.

An asterisk denotes a track or cue not commercially available. I haven't included the Nic Raine re-orchestrations, focussing just on original source material from the film. I have made up many of the titles of the missing cues; they are not 'official' designations. I have noted official slate numbers when I have them (John Barry was notorious for not naming his cues). Here we are so far...

DR. NO (1962)
Composer: Monty Norman

01 Gun Barrel* - Main Titles (James Bond Theme/Instrumental Dance*/Kingston Calypso) (3.10)
02 The Death Of Strangway’s Secretary* (0.32)
03 Bond, James Bond (James Bond Theme)
04 Golf At The Flat* (0.41)
05 Bond Arrives In Jamaica (James Bond Theme)
06 Leiter Tails Bond* (0.20)
07 Mr. Jones* (1.09)
08 Love At Last (Queens Club Source)
09 Under The Mango Tree (Monty Norman Version - Club Source)
10 Leiter Meets Bond* (1.08)
11 Jump Up
12 Under The Mango Tree (Jazzy Instrumental Version - Club Source)* (2.08)
13 The Three Blind Mice Take Aim* (0.23)
14 Dent Retrieves The Tarantula* (0.35)
15 Bond Back At The Hotel (James Bond Theme)
16 Death Of The Tarantula* (1.19)
17 Bond Travels To Miss Taro’s (James Bond Theme)
18 A Surprise Visitor (James Bond Theme)
19 Under The Mango Tree (Diana Coupland Version - Miss Taro’s House Source)
20 The Island Speaks (Film Version)* (1.40)
21 Covering The Boat* (0.33)
22 Boat Patrol* (1.03)
23 Killing The Guard* (2.38)
24 Drugged* (0.49)
25 Meeting Dr. No* (1.20)
26 The Death Of Dr. No & Escape* (2.25)
27 The Marines Arrive* (0.40)
28 End Credits* (Underneath The Mango Tree Instrumental - James Bond Theme) (1.00)

24 minutes approx. unreleased music

BONUS
29 Jamaican Rock
30 Audio Bongo
31 Twisting With James
32 Jamaica Jazz
33 Under The Mango Tree (Instrumental)
34 Jump Up (Alternate Version)
35 Dr. No’s Fantasy
36 Kingston Calypso (Diana Coupland Version)
37 The Island Speaks (Album Version)
38 The Boy’s Chase
39 Dr. No’s Theme
40 The James Bond Theme (Dr. No’s Fantasy Instrumental)
41 James Bond Theme (Alternate Version)

Notes:

As is well documented, none of the orchestral cues from Monty Norman’s score made it on to the official soundtrack release. The closest we get is the track 'The Island Speaks', but that is subtly different to the version used in the film. The OST consists of lots of source music and multiple versions of the same themes. The James Bond theme is used in abundance, but is never played in full in the film.

FROM RUSSIA WITH LOVE (1963)
Composer: John Barry

01 Gun Barrel* (0.25)
02 Stalking
03 Main Title (James Bond Is Back/From Russia With Love/James Bond Theme)* (2.29)
04 Venice Chess Tournament* (0.38)
05 SPECTRE Island
06 Kronsteen’s Plan* (2.02)
07 Tania Meets Klebb
08 Punting (Source) (Matt Monro ‘From Russia With Love’)
09 Bond & Sylvia* (0.10)
10 James Bond With Bongos
11 Bond Leaves Kerim* (0.28)
12 Bond At The Hotel (The James Bond Theme)
13 The Cold War In Istanbul Heats Up* (0.15)
14 A Breach Of The Truce
15 Spying On The Russian Consulate* (1.16)
16 Belly Dancer (Source)* (2.16)
16 Girl Trouble
17 007 (Film Version)* (2.16)
18 Gypsy Camp
19 Should’ve Kept Her Mouth Shut
20 Bond Returns To The Bridal Suite* (0.57)
21 Bond Meets Tania
22 Meeting In St. Sophia
23 Bond At The Russian Consulate* (1.03)
24 007 Takes The Lektor
25 On Board The Train (Tracked Music - Death Of Kerim) (0.10)
26 Mr. & Mrs. Somerset* (0.36)
27 Kerim & Benz* (0.13)
28 Death Of Kerim
29 The Zagreb Express - Part 1* (1.00)
30 The Zagreb Express - Part 2* (1.10)
31 The Zagreb Express - Part 3* (0.07)
32 Grant’s Escape Route* (1.37)
33 You’ll Feel Better In The Morning/Helicopter Escort* (0.25)
34 Helicopter Burnout* (Tracked Music from Dr. No) (0.20)
35 Man Overboard
36 SPECTRE In Action
37 The Flotilla Explodes* (Tracked Music from Dr. No) (0.48)
38 The Death Of Klebb* (0.23)
39 End Titles (Matt Monro ‘From Russia With Love (Mono Version)’) (2.31)

BONUS
40 Alternate Main Title (James Bond Is Back/From Russia With Love/James Bond Theme)
41 From Russia With Love (Stereo Version)
42 The Golden Horn
43 007 (Album Version)
44 Death Of Grant
45 Guitar Lament
46 Leila Dances

19 minutes 40 seconds approx. unreleased music

Notes:

The OST captures most of the score, but we’re still missing a lot of music. Most of the cues are short musical flourishes as scene-setters or brief iterations of the James Bond theme. There are several cues which were obviously intended for the film, but were dropped in the edit (The Golden Horn, Death Of Grant, Guitar Lament, etc). I’m not sure why ‘Leila Dances’ was replaced by the more generic belly dancer music heard in the film. The version of the 007 Theme played during the gypsy camp fight is different to the one on the OST. Interestingly, Editor Peter Hunt uses Monty Norman's cue 'Death Of Dr. No' from the previous film for two scenes. Sadly the version of the main titles featuring an organ have never been commercially released.

GOLDFINGER (1964)
Composer: John Barry

01 Gun Barrel - Bond Back In Action Again
02 Nightclub (Source)* (0.31)
03 Goldfinger (Main Title)
04 Into Miami
05 Into Miami 2 (Hotel Source)* (0.20)
06 Enter Goldfinger (Tracked Music - Death Of Goldfinger/End Titles)
07 Bond Meets Jill (Tracked Music - Oddjob’s Pressing Engagement)
08 The Best Place In Town* (0.39)
09 Golden Girl
10 Korean Caddy* (0.10)
11 Goldfinger Loses / Planting The Tracker* (0.38)
12 Deadly Hat* (0.17)
13 Alpine Drive
14 Auric’s Factory
15 Death Of Tilly
16 Car Chase* (0.48)
17 The Laser Beam
18 Bathroom Spying* (1.22)
19 Pussy Galore’s Flying Circus
20 Auric’s Stud / Better Bred Than The Owner* (1.37)
21 Teasing the Korean
22 Gassing The Gangsters
23 Oddjob’s Pressing Engagement
24 Car Crush (Oddjob’s Pressing Engagement)
25 He Wants You* (0.33)
26 He Had A Pressing Engagement / That’s My James* (1.11)
27 Bond & Pussy In The Barn* (1.13)
28 Dawn Raid On Fort Knox
29 The Arrival Of The Bomb
30 Bond Vs. Oddjob* (0.32)
31 Countdown
32 Presidential Thank You* (0.45)
33 The Death of Goldfinger
34 No Time To Be Rescued - End Titles

BONUS
34 Goldfinger (Big Band Instrumental)
35 Goldfinger (Demo by Anthony Newley)
36 Goldfinger (Single Version)
37 Alternate End Titles (The Death Of Goldfinger/End Titles)

10 minutes 30 seconds approx. unreleased music

Notes:

Some notable cues are missing from the OST: the dramatic car chase at Goldfinger’s factory, Mei Lei spying on Bond in the bathroom of the plane, the banjo cue at the Kentucky farm and Bond and Pussy frolicking in the hay. Most of the Oddjob stings with the finger cymbals and strings are also omitted.

YOU ONLY LIVE TWICE (1967)
Composer: John Barry

Complete as per the 2003 CD release

ON HER MAJESTY’S SECRET SERVICE (1969)
Composer: John Barry

01 Gun Barrel
02 Bond Spies Tracey
03 This Never Happened To The Other Feller
04 On Her Majesty’s Secret Service (Main Title) (2.43)
05 Try (Film Version, 2M2)* (3.13)
06 Bond And Tracey
07 Journey To Draco’s Hideaway
08 Bond And Draco
09 Take A Memo Please Moneypenny* (0.47)
10 Resignation Memories (Underneath The Mango Tree/From Russia With Love/Thunderball)* (0.37)
11 Request Granted
12 Tracey’s Return
13 Guitar Source (4M2)* (2.50)
14 Louis Armstrong ‘We Have All The Time In The World (Film Version)’* (2.07)
15 Gumbold’s Safe
16 Bond Meets Sir Hilary
17 Nina ‘Do You Know How Christmas Trees Are Grown?’
18 Journey To Blofeld’s Hideaway
19 Bond Settles In
20 Bond Meets The Girls
21 Dusk At Piz Gloria
22 Sir Hilary’s Night Out (Who Will Buy My Yesterdays?)
23 Berne Brass Band (Source)* (2.54)
24 Blofeld’s Plot
25 Escape From Piz Gloria (Film Version)* (3.53)
26 Ice Rink (Source)* (2.54)
27 Car Chase* (1.35)
28 Blizzard (Soft Suspense Cue, 13M1)* (1.02)
29 Stable Mates (We Have All The Time In The World Soft Orchestral, 13M2)* (3.46)
30 Ski Chase
31 Avalanche
32 Blofeld & Tracey (0.30)*
33 Over And Out
34 The James Bond Theme
35 Battle At Piz Gloria
36 Bobsled Chase
37 The Wedding Ring (Tracked Music - Bond Meets Sir Hilary)
38 Tracey’s Death - We Have All The Time In The World (Film Version, 16M3)* (0.39)
39 End Titles (The James Bond Theme)

BONUS
40 On Her Majesty’s Secret Service (Album Version)
41 Louis Armstrong ‘We Have All The Time In The World (Album Version)’
42 We Have All The Time In The World (Instrumental Source)
43 Do You Know How Christmas Trees Are Grown (Children Only)* (3.21)
44 Nina ‘The More Things Change’
45 Try (Album Version)
46 Escape From Piz Gloria (Album Version)
47 Tracey’s Death - We Have All The Time In The World (Album Version)
48 We Have All The Time In The World Jazz Combo (Unused Film Version, 2M1)* (2.52)

28 minutes approx. unreleased music

Notes:

It’s a common misconception that the re-release of this soundtrack in 2003 is complete, when there are in fact quite a few cues still missing. Some of the film versions vary to the OST; notably the casino music at the start of the film ‘Try’, Louis Armstrong’s truncated and slightly-differently-orchestrated version of ‘We Have All The Time In The World’, ‘Escape From Piz Gloria’ which features tremolo strings in the film, and the instrumental cue of ‘We Have All The Time In The World’ at the end of the movie, which is far shorter than the OST. Quite a bit of the source music is missing too, including the Spanish guitar at the lunch after the bullfight and the Swiss alps skating music, which is combined on a slate with a brass band melody (the A section is the oompah music, the B section is the prettier melody). Thanks to Lukas Kendall for providing some of these notes and the slate numbers.

THE MAN WITH THE GOLDEN GUN (1974)
Composer: John Barry

01 Gun Barrel & Scaramanga’s Island* (1.36)
02 Scaramanga’s Fun House
03 The Man With The Golden Gun (Main Title)
04 Beirut Club Source* (0.54)
05 Beirut Club Source 2* (1.24)
06 Getting The Bullet
07 Beirut Street Source* (0.15)
08 Bond Meets Lazar* (1.05)
09 Bond Takes Aim* (0.56)
10 Anders’ Delivery* (0.30)
11 Bond Meets Anders* (1.12)
12 Bottoms Up Club Source* (0.50)
13 Foreplay* (0.33)
14 Death Of Gibson* (0.50)
15 Hip’s Trip
16 Chew Me
17 He Must Have Found Me Quite Titillating* (0.57)
18 Grisly Land (Film Version)* (2.12)
19 Heaven, Definitely Heaven* (0.47)
20 Kung Fu School* (0.36)
21 Kung Fu Fight (Film Version)* (2.18)
22 Boat Conks Out* (0.45)
23 Boat In Two* (0.09)
24 Sheriff JW Pepper Recognises Bond* (0.27)
25 Bond Speeds Away* (0.21)
26 The Death Of Hai Fat* (0.47)
27 New Chairman Of The Board* (0.07)
28 Restaurant Source* (1.10)
29 Passing Fancies* (0.59)
30 Goodnight Goodnight (abridged)
31 Anders Seduces Bond* (Tracked Music - Bond Meets Anders*) (1.12)
32 You Must Be Good* (0.14)
33 Tailing Nick Nack* (0.56)
34 Scaramanga & Nick Nack’s Getaway* (0.47)
35 Let’s Go Get ‘Em (Film Version)* (1.28)
36 Spiral Car Jump (0.08)
37 Let’s Go Get ‘Em Continued (Film Version)* (1.31)
38 Car Plane* (0.58)
39 In Search Of Scaramanga’s Island
40 Shooting The Bottle* (0.20)
41 The Solex* (0.18)
42 Solex Sting* (0.04)
43 Demonstration Of The Solex* (0.27)
44 Scaramanga Draws His Gun* (0.17)
45 Return To Scaramanga’s Fun House
46 Knocking Him Out Cold* (0.56)
47 Retrieving The Solex* (2.48)
48 Slow Boat From China* (1.38)
49 Nick Nack* (0.58)
50 Goodnight, Sir!
51 The Man With The Golden Gun (End Title)

BONUS
52 The Man With The Golden Gun (Mono Film Version)
53 The Man With The Golden Gun (Jazzy Instrumental)
54 Grisly Land (Album Version)
55 Kung Fu Fight (Album Version)
56 Goodnight Goodnight (Album Version)
57 Let’s Go Get ‘Em (Album Version)
58 Alice Cooper ‘The Man With The Golden Gun’ (Rejected Title Song)

34 minutes approx. unreleased music

Notes:

There is a substantial amount of music missing from this soundtrack and matters are made worse by several cues on the OST differing to those heard in the film (‘Grisly Land’, ‘Kung Fu Fight’, ‘Goodnight Goodnight’, ‘Let’s Go Get ‘Em’). Most of these differ subtly in terms of instrumentation or structure - for instance the film version of ‘Let’s Go Get ‘Em’ is lacking the drum kit at the start of the cue and then it’s much lower in the mix when it appears. The drum pattern also differs when the James Bond theme begins. The OST also curiously omits Nick Nack's cello and bassoon leitmotif, which appears throughout the film.

There is quite a lot of source music in the film; the Beirut club music was provided by dance adviser Jean Issakoff (and credited to him on the movie’s official cue sheet). It sounds as though Barry provided the source music when Bond leaves the club as the brass arrangement is very ‘Barry-esque’ and is different in timbre to the other nightclub music. Evidently Barry was tasked to write it to replace the staccato flute and violin rendition of the James Bond theme which plays at the end of 'Getting The Bullet' on the OST and was presumably intended for the end of that scene.

It will be interesting to see - should the original recordings ever materialise - if the gun barrel matches the reverb-heavy version heard in cinemas at the time and on the DVD release, or if it’s the more restrained version on the subsequent BluRay and streaming release.

THE SPY WHO LOVED ME (1977)
Composer: Marvin Hamlisch

01 Gun Barrel* (0.28)
02 Submarine Surfaces* (0.18)
03 Gogol In Moscow* (0.44)
04 Skidoo* (2.00)
05 Union Jack Parachute* (0.15)
06 Nobody Does It Better (Main Title)* (2.46)
07 Briefing Anya* (0.46)
08 Bond In Cairo* (0.19)
09 The Pyramids (Film Version)* (2.21)
10 Fekkesh’s Grisly End* (0.47)
11 Conclusion
12 Mojave Club
13 Eastern Lights
14 Kalba’s Grisly End (0.34)
15 Eastern Lights Ending (Film Version)* (0.20)
16 Arrival At The Ruins* (0.45)
17 Stalking Jaws* (1.17)
18 Egyptian Builders* (0.23)
19 The We All Make Mistakes March* (0.32)
20 Desert Trek (Theme From Lawrence Of Arabia) / Examining The Microchip* (1.39)
21 Boat To Cairo & Spiked Cigarette* (1.48)
22 Bond Walkabout* (0.43)
23 Gogol In Egypt* (0.20)
24 Bond Seduces Anya & Ferry Arrival* (1.05)
25 Ride To Atlantis (Film Version)* (0.39)
26 Motorcycle Chase* (0.25)
27 Car Chase* (0.36)
28 Helicopter Chase* (0.35)
29 Lotus Goes Underwater* (0.33)
30 Lotus Explores The Sea* (1.07)
31 Frogmen Attack Lotus* (1.31)
32 Lotus Emerges From The Sea* (1.02)
33 The Tanker (Film Version)* (1.26)
34 Submarine Launches* (1.05)
35 HMS Ranger Crew Released* (0.20)
36 Reaching The Armoury* (0.28)
37 Impregnable Control Centre* (0.39)
38 Removing The Detonator* (0.37)
39 Bond’s Camera Ride* (0.45)
40 Entering The Control Centre* (0.43)
41 New Target For Submarines* (1.16)
42 The Liparus Sinks* (1.20)
43 Good Evening Mr. Bond, I’ve Been Expecting You* (1.15)
44 Jaws Vs. The Shark & The Destruction Of Atlantis* (0.58)
45 Keeping The British End Up, Sir! (Nobody Does It Better Male Chorus Version)* (0.17)
46 Nobody Does It Better (End Title)* (1.30)

BONUS
47 Nobody Does It Better (Album Version)
48 Bond 77 (Album Version)
49 The Pyramids (Album Version)
50 Ride To Atlantis (Album Version)
51 The Tanker (Album Version)
52 Nobody Does It Better (Downtempo Instrumental)
53 Anya
54 J.S. Bach - Air On A G String*
55 Mozart - Piano Concerto No. 21 'Elvira Madigan' Andante*
56 Chopin - Nocturne No. 8 in D Flat, Op. 27 No. 2 (Orchestral Version)*

40 minutes approx. unreleased music

Notes:

Following ‘Dr. No’, this is the most incomplete Bond soundtrack released to date. A large percentage of the music was re-recorded for the soundtrack album and, as a result, doesn’t sound exactly like the music heard in the film. In fact, only three cues on the album are used in the film and two of those are source music.

The James Bond Theme is heard played on the electric guitar for the first time since ‘Diamonds Are Forever’, but is omitted completely from the soundtrack. There is a ‘medley’ version of the disco version of the James Bond theme heard repeatedly throughout the film (the opening ski chase, car and helicopter chase in Sardinia, the battle on the Liparus etc.) presented on the OST as ‘Bond ’77’, which is slightly slower than what’s heard in the film.

As an aside, I’d forgotten how similar the Stalking Jaws cue is to Stalking from the ‘From Russia With Love’ soundtrack. It’s a pure homage to John Barry. Marvin Hamlisch also makes a nod to George Martin, as the Motorcycle Chase cue in Sardinia is very reminiscent of the score for ‘Live And Let Die’.

The main theme by Carly Simon also differs in the film; it has a fade out on the OST but in the film's opening titles it finishes on a long note. The downtempo instrumental version of the title track on the OST also doesn’t appear in the film (although a shorter, similar sounding version plays on the boat to Cairo). The track ‘Anya’ also doesn’t feature at all in the film.

There are plenty of classical music excerpts, mostly for scenes set on Atlantis. I think the Bach and Mozart cues are orchestrated by Hamlisch, as is the Chopin Nocturne, which is arranged for orchestra and piano, with the violins playing the melody and the piano providing the accompaniment. The Lawrence Of Arabia main theme is also arranged by Hamlisch for the desert trek sequence.

This soundtrack is screaming for an expanded release!

MOONRAKER (1979)
Composer: John Barry

01 Gun Barrel* (0.25)
02 Shuttle Hijack* (0.50)
03 Freefall - part one* (0.33)
04 Freefall - part two* (0.58)
05 Circus Crash* (0.24)
06 Moonraker (Main Title)
07 Arrival At Chateau Drax* (0.46)
08 Enter The Centifruge* (0.45)
09 Centifruge
10 You Presume a Great Deal, Mr. Bond (Miss Goodhead Meets Bond)
11 18 Carat (Miss Goodhead Meets Bond)
12 Corinne Put Down
13 Venini Glass* (0.32)
14 Bond Tails Goodhead* (0.39)
15 Gondola Chase* (2.24)
16 Rat Lab (Bond Smells A Rat)
17 It Could Have Its Compensations (Miss Goodhead Meets Bond)
18 Bond Arrives In Rio
19 Cabana Club Source* (1.20)
20 Mardis Gras Source* (0.50)
21 Cable Car
22 Theme From The Magnificent Seven* (0.45)
22 Boat Chase
23 Hang Gliding* (0.26)
24 Bond Lured To Pyramid
25 Snake Fight
26 Drax Shuttle Launch* (0.35)
27 Flight Into Space
28 Space Station Reveal (Flight Into Space)
29 Docking At The Station (Flight Into Space - Film Version)* (3.02)
30 NASA Launch* (0.27)
31 Emergency Stop* (1.10)
32 Space Laser Battle
33 Here’s To Us* (0.56)
34 Destroying The Globes* (0.37)
35 Switching To Manual (Tracked Music - Destroying The Globes)
36 Moonraker (End Title)* (2.36)

BONUS:
37 Flight Into Space (Album Version)
38 Moonraker (End Title - Album Version)
39 Frédéric Chopin - Raindrop Prelude (Opus 28, No. 15 in D flat Major)
40 Richard Strauss - Also Sprach Zarathustra (Opus 30)
41 Johann Strauss II - Tritsch-Tratsch-Polka (Berliner Philharmoniker, conducted by Herbert von Karajan)
42 John Williams - Tones from Close Encounters Of A Third Kind
43 Ruggero Leoncavallo - Vesti La Giubba from Pagliacci
44 Carnival Source (recorded on location)
45 Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky - Fantasy from Romeo And Juliet Overture

20 minutes 20 seconds approx. unreleased music

Notes:

An expanded release of this score, which marks John Barry’s foray into more symphonic orchestral writing, has long been clamoured for by fans. Interestingly, the OST is completely devoid of the James Bond Theme, as heard most prominently in the ‘Freefall’ sequence and ‘Gondola Chase’. The whole of the pre-titles music is in fact missing (the only Bond OST where this occurs), as well as the cue when Bond arrives at Drax’s chateau, Bond sitting in the Centifruge, the music around the Venini glassworks and Bond hang gliding to safety from the waterfall. There are quite a few cues missing from the final third of the film, many of which are variations on ’Flight Into Space’; Drax’s Shuttle launch, the NASA Shuttle launch and the sequence when gravity is lost on the station. There is another unreleased cue when Bond destroys the first globe in orbit of earth, which is tracked a few minutes later when he manually destroys the final one. Jaws’ reunion with Dolly is a variation on the ‘Miss Goodhead Meets Bond’ cue, but with a new flute counter-melody and different end cadence.

Two of the tracks on the album differ to what’s heard in the film; the ending of ’Flight Into Space’ has the choir singing different notes, which are oddly discordant! (listen when the first astronaut enters the station to activate gravity control). This could be an overlay, but I think it’s unlikely. The disco version of Shirley Bassey’s end title also has an introductory romantic strings part and is mixed differently to the album version; the guitar is lower in the mix and the drum kit is more prominent.

Music recorded on location during Rio’s Carnival is heard during Jaws’ attack on Manuela, although the Cabana Club source and mardi gras music played by the band as Bond approaches the Cable Car are Barry’s own. So too is the arrangement of the ‘Theme From The Magnificent Seven’.

OCTOPUSSY (1983)
Composer: John Barry

01 Gun Barrel & Airbase
02 Bond Look-Alike
03 Bond Captured (Bond Look-Alike)
04 Fill Her Up
05 All Time High (Main Title)
06 009 Gets The Knife
07 British Ambassador (Source)
08 009 Delivers The Egg (009 Gets The Knife)
09 Operation Trove (The Property Of A Lady)
10 Kremlin Art Repository
11 Sotheby’s
12 India
13 Vijay’s Pungi (Source)
14 Gangaur Ghat (Source)
15 Magda
16 Casino Source #1* (0.58)
17 Casino Source #2* (1.15)
18 Spend The Money Quickly, Mr. Bond
19 Casino Source #2 continued* (0.30)
20 Bond Leaves Casino (Gobinda Attacks)
21 Gobinda Attacks
22 Bazaar
23 Easy Come, Easy Go
24 All Time High (Instrumental Restaurant Source)
25 That’s My Little Octopussy
26 Arrival At The Island Of Octopussy
27 Bond At The Monsoon Palace
28 Jewellery Loaded Onto Helicopter (Palace Intrigue)
29 Bond’s Bug Is Discovered* (Palace Intrigue + sting overlay) (0.05)
30 The Englishman Has Escaped (Palace Intrigue)
31 Let The Sport Commence (Hunting Source)
32 Tarantula Web Sting* (0.08)
33 The Hunt Continues (Hunting Source)
34 The Floating Palace
35 The Mysterious Octopussy
36 Double The Guard In His Quarters (The Mysterious Octopussy)
37 We’re Two Of A Kind (Bond Meets Octopussy)
38 Yo Yo Fight & Death Of Vijay (Extended Version)
39 Checkpoint Charlie
40 Mischka & Grischka’s Act - Circus Sting (very end of Distraction)
41 The Romanov Star
42 The Chase Bomb Theme (Film Version)
43 Fight With Mischka (Tracked Music - 009 Gets The Knife)
44 Follow That Car
45 The End Of General Orlov
46 Gorilla Suit
47 Death Of Grischka (Tracked Music - 009 Gets The Knife)
48 The Bomb Arrives
49 Clowning Around
50 Distraction
51 The Palace Fight (Extended Version)
52 Kamal Khan’s Death
53 Finale
54 All Time High (End Title)

BONUS
55 Fight With Mischka (Unused Version)
56 Death Of Grischka (Unused Version)
57 Gobinda Attacks (Album Version)
58 Yo Yo Fight & Death Of Vijay (Album Version)
59 The Chase Bomb Theme (Album Version)
60 The Palace Fight (Album Version)
61 All Time High (Album Version Alternate Lounge Instrumental)
62 All Time High (Extended Instrumental Version)
63 Edrich Siebert - The Belle Of Chicago (Circus Source)
64 Jack Trombey - Jubilee March (Circus Source)
65 Edrich Siebert - Over The Waves (Circus Source)
66 Edrich Siebert - Entry Of The Gladiators (Circus Source)
67 Keith Papworth - Spotlit Sequins (Circus Source)
68 Keith Papworth - Dancing Plumes (Circus Source)
69 William Loose - Gridiron March (Circus Source)
70 Keith Papworth - Clown In The Ring (Circus Source)
71 Paul Ruhland - Circus Circus (Circus Source)
72 Edrich Siebert - The Liberty Bell (Circus Source)
73 Keith Papworth - Downtown Parade (Circus Source)
74 Sy M'Boko - Tom Tom Rhythms (Hunting Source)
75 M. Kansara - Dramatic Drumming (Hunting Source)

2 minutes approx. unreleased music

Notes:

The La-La Land Records release captures nearly all of the music from the score, apart from the casino source, a missing sting which forms part of the ‘Palace Intrigue’ track when Bond bumps into the hanging bodies in the palace (presumably an overlay) and another sting when Bond walks through a tarantula nest.

A VIEW TO A KILL (1985)
Composer: John Barry

01 Gun Barrel* (0.25)
02 Snow Job
03 Gidea Park ‘California Girls’ (0.41)
04 Snow Job Continued & Helicopter Crash* (0.44)
05 Five Days To Alaska* (1.12)
06 A View To A Kill (Main Title) (3.20)
07 Microchips* (0.51)
08 Pegasus Wins - To Paris* (0.32)
09 Eiffel Tower Restaurant Source* (0.36)
10 Butterfly Act* (1.11)
11 May Day Jumps
12 Wedding Boat Source (A View To A Kill - Dixieland Version)* (0.30)
13 May Day Escapes With Zorin* (0.24)
14 Bond Arrives At The Chateau* (0.27)
15 Pegasus Disappears* (0.36)
16 Another Wealthy Owner* (0.36)
17 Bond Meets Stacey
18 Pegasus’ Stable
19 A Night With May Day* (1.19)
20 Tibbett Gets Washed Out
21 Horse Chase* (0.54)
22 Bond Escapes Roller
23 Physiological Freak* (0.25)
24 Project Main Strike* (0.18)
25 Dropping Out* (0.17)
26 What A View…To A Kill* (0.25)
27 Bond Underwater
28 May Day Discovers The KGB Agent* (1.20)
29 Jacuzzi Source* (1.34)
30 Tailing Stacey* (0.42)
31 Fight At Stacey’s House* (2.03)
32 Wine With Stacey
33 Unusual Earthquake Epicentre* (0.23)
34 Fanfare* (1.03)
35 He’s Dangerous
36 Destroy Silicon Valley
37 May Day Hot On The Heels* (1.16)
38 Stacey’s Lucky Escape* (0.26)
39 Airship To Silicon Valley
40 May Day Bombs Out
41 Stacey Picked Up By The Airship* (0.24)
42 Approaching The Golden Gate Bridge* (0.46)
43 Stacey Attacks (0.10)
44 Golden Gate Fight
45 Cleaning Up A Few Details* (1.22)
46 A View To A Kill (End Title)

BONUS
47 A View To A Kill (Music Video Version)
48 A View To A Kill (12” Remix)
49 Bond Meets Stacey (Alternate Version)
50 Pegasus’ Stable (Extended Version)
51 Stacey Attacks (Extended Version)
52 Golden Gate Fight (Extended Version)
53 Chuck Lee Car Radio Source* (0.20)
54 Vivaldi ‘The Four Seasons - Spring’ (performed by Trevor Pinnock & The English Concert Orchestra)
55 Vivaldi ‘The Four Seasons - Autumn’ (performed by Trevor Pinnock & The English Concert Orchestra)
56 Tchaikovsky ‘Swan Lake, Op. 20’

22 minutes approx. unreleased music

Notes:

As per many of the OSTs, quite a few of the musical ’scene setters’ are missing, such as Bond’s arrival in Paris and the beautiful cue when Bond arrives at the Chateau with Tibbett. There’s a cue which is very reminiscent of the strings in the main theme of OHMSS as the helicopter explodes in the pre-title sequence, but it is barely audible because of the SFX. Other notable missing cues include the saxophone-driven and french horn/strings version of AVTAK when Bond seduces May Day and Stacey in the shower respectively, the fight at Stacey’s house (which is a variation on the ‘Snow Job’ main action theme but with the inclusion of the James Bond theme) and variations on the ‘Project Main Strike’ theme.

THE LIVING DAYLIGHTS (1987)
Composer: John Barry

01 Gun Barrel & Exercise At Gibraltar
02 Death To Spies (Exercise At Gibraltar Continued)
03 Land Rover Fight (Exercise At Gibraltar Continued)
04 A Real Man* (0.26)
05 The Living Daylights (Main Title) (2.49)
06 The Sniper Was A Woman
07 Koskov Escapes
08 Where Has Everybody Gone? (Necros Headphones Source)
09 Kitchen Fight
10 Necros Attacks
11 Approaching Kara
12 Kara Meets Bond
13 Why Didn’t You Learn The Violin?* (0.30)
14 Ice Chase
15 Into Vienna (Film Version)* (0.55)
16 Ferris Wheel Ride* (0.43)
17 Murder At The Fair
18 Tailing Pushkin
19 Then I Must Die* (1.25)
20 ‘Assassin’
21 Looking For A Party?* (0.23)
22 Drugged
23 Aboard Hercules* (0.39)
24 Cold Heart* (0.32)
25 Airbase
26 Jail Fight
27 Jailbreak
28 The Work Of The Mujahadin
29 Bond & Kara* (1.49)
30 Mujahadin & Opium
31 Afghanistan Plan
32 Bond The Stowaway* (1.16)
33 Afghanistan Plan Continued
34 Hercules Takes Off
35 Inflight Fight
36 He Got The Boot* (0.26)
37 Air Bond
38 Final Confrontation
39 Kissing Kara* (0.28)
40 If There Was A Man (Film Version)* (2.50)

BONUS
41 The Living Daylights (Album Version)
42 The Living Daylights (Extended Version)
43 The Living Daylights (Instrumental)
44 The Living Daylights (Demo)
45 The Living Daylights (A-ha Version)
46 Into Vienna (Alternate)
47 If There Was A Man (Album Version)
48 Alternate End Titles
49 Chris Blackwell - Sacred Heart (Ghetto Blaster Source)
50 Johnny Hawksworth & De Wolfe Music featuring Hampton Hawes - Jazz Compass (Aston Martin Radio Source)
51 Mozart - Symphony No. 40 In G Minor, K. 550: I - Molto Allegro
52 Borodin - String Quartet No. 2 In D: III - Notturno: Andante
53 Strauss - Wein, Weib und Gesang Waltz
54 Mozart - Il Nozze Di Figaro K. 492 - Act II - 07 - Aprite, Presto, Aprite - Recitativo O Guarda Il Demonietto!
55 Dvorak - Cello Concerto In B Minor
56 Tchaikovsky - Variations On A Rococo Theme

12 minutes 20 seconds approx. unreleased music

Notes:

The 1998 Rykodisc CD fills in a lot of the gaps from the OST released in 1987, but there still are a number of cues missing. Most of them centre around the melody of ‘If There Was A Man’ from the end titles. There is a variation of it when Bond picks up Kara’s cello and a slower version when they ride the ferris wheel in Austria. Speaking of the end titles, the film version differs very subtly in that the drum pattern is crossfaded into Chrissie Hynde’s vocal, whereas the soundtrack version just has it from the start of the track. Other notable missing cues include the scene where Bond and Kara embrace in Afghanistan. This is exactly the same as the end of the latter half of ‘Kara Meets Bond’ on the OST, but it ends on a major tonality rather than a minor. Cues when Bond is unconscious aboard the Hercules, which are a slower tempo version of ‘Where Has Everybody Gone?’ with a new counter-harmony, also have sadly never seen the light of day. I've also listed the sizeable amount of classical music featured in the film.

SPECTRE (2015)
Composer: Thomas Newman

01 Logos & Gun Barrel (1M01)* (0.53)
02 Los Muertos Vivos Estan featuring Tambuco (Film Version including Hotel Source)* (4.58)
03 Building Down (1M05)* (1.07)
04 Sciarra Chase (1M06)* (0.51)
05 Carnival Source* (0.42)
06 Day Of The Dead featuring Tambuco (sometimes credited as ‘Call and Response’)
07 Helicopter Fight (1M09)* (2.15)
08 Writing’s On The Wall (Main Title)* (3.54)
09 Eve - Bodyguard (1M11)* (1.06)
10 M’s Message (1M12)* (1.41)
11 Vauxhall Bridge
12 Aston Martin Reveal* (2.27)
13 The Eternal City
14 Donna Lucia
14 A Place Without Mercy
15 Bond Enters SPECTRE Meeting* (1.33)
15 Enter Hinx (2M21) (Start of Los Muertos Vivos Estan from OST)
16 Cuckoo (Film Version) (2M21A v.2)* (0.30)
17 Palazzo Escape - Chase 1 (2M22)* (2.47)
18 Rome Chase 2 (3M24)* (2.27)
19 Rome Chase 3 (3M25)* (1.58)
20 9 Eyes Meeting (Tokyo) (3M26)* (2.04)
21 The Pale King
22 Kite In A Hurricane
23 Photo Of Madeleine - MI6 (3M29)* (0.57)
24 Crows - Klinik
25 Madeleine - I Kill People (3M31)* (1.29)
26 Spectre Ring - Q (4M32)* (0.48)
27 Snow Plane
28 Hinx Lives - Q Hotel (4M34)* (0.54)
29 L’Americain
30 Secret Room (Film Version)* (5.47)
31 Madeleine (Film Version)* (3.47)
32 Hinx
33 Writing’s On The Wall Instrumental (Film Version)* (0.54)
34 Silver Wraith
35 Compound Bedrooms (5M43)* (1.45)
36 A Reunion (Film Version)* (6.42)
37 Bond’s Torture* (7.02)
38 Escape From Compound (6M47)* (1.19)
39 Safe House (Film Version)* (4.10)
40 Blindfold
41 Careless (Film Version)* (6.20)
42 Detonation (Film Version)* (4.16)
43 Westminster Bridge
44 Out Of Bullets
45 Back To Q’s Lab & The James Bond Theme (7M58)* (Tracked from the end of Skyfall) (2.28)
46 Spectre (End Title)

BONUS:
47 Writing’s On The Wall (Album Version)
48 Writing’s On The Wall (Radio Edit)
49 Writing’s On The Wall (Instrumental)
50 Writing’s On The Wall (OST Instrumental)
51 Helicopter Fight (Alternate)* (2.15)
52 Cuckoo (Alternate Version) (2M21A)* (0.38)
53 Backfire
54 Secret Room (Album Version)
55 Madeleine (Album Version)
56 Tempus Fugit
57 Safe House (Album Version)
58 Careless (Album Version)
59 Detonation (Album Version)
60 Los Organilleros - Te He De Querer
61 Gloria De La Cruz - La Llorona
62 Vivaldi - Nisi Dominus, RV 608: 4. Cum Dederit Dilectis Suis Somnum (Andante)
63 Geoff Love & His Orchestra - One Furtive Tear (L'Elisir D'Amore)
64 Ray Quinn - New York, New York
65 Verdi - Libiamo Ne'lieti Calici [La Traviata/Act 1]
66 Yann McCullough & Paul Chandler - Virgin Cocktails
67 Radiohead - Spectre

1 hour, 18 minutes & 30 seconds approx. unreleased music

Notes:

This, so far in my research, appears to be the most incomplete soundtrack, with nearly an hour and twenty minutes of missing music. Quite a few of the cues have been truncated for the OST, presumably for a better listening experience. I was fortunate enough to be given some help with this soundtrack, so can vouch that the majority of cues listed are Thomas Newman’s titles. Interestingly, the car chase around Rome was scored as three separate cues, mixed together in the edit and presented as one on the OST (‘Backfire’). Confusingly ’Tempus Fugit’ on the OST does not tally with the music we hear when Bond’s watch explodes incapacitating Blofeld; it’s closer to the cue heard in the start of the film when Bond is in the helicopter (‘Helicopter Fight’), but that cue has the Bond theme flourish at the end which segues into Sam Smith’s main title theme. ‘Escape From Compound’, as noted from Newman’s notes, replaced the ‘Tempus Fugit’ cue. The film version of ‘Madeleine’ also differs from the OST, in that it’s interspersed with the scene with M, Q and Moneypenny in the restaurant and it ends on a difference cadence, as Hinx rapidly approaches them on the train. I’ve heard alternate versions of ‘Helicopter Fight’ and ‘Cuckoo’, so have listed them here as bonus material.

As is well documented, a lot of Newman’s cues borrow liberally from his previous score for Skyfall; ‘Building Down’ from ‘Quartermaster’, ‘Helicopter Chase’ from ‘Grand Bazaar, Istanbul’, ‘Eve - Bodyguard’ from ‘Close Shave’, ‘M’s Message’ from ‘Voluntary Retirement’, ‘The Eternal City’ from ‘Brave New World’, ‘9 Eyes Meeting’ from ‘Someone Usually Dies’, ‘Careless’ from ‘The Moors’ and I’m sure there are some more I’m probably forgetting. There are subtle structural or instrumental changes in each of these instances, but nothing major. I believe the only cue Newman copies without any changes is the one I’ve titled ‘Back To Q’s Lab & The James Bond Theme’, which also appears at the end of Skyfall when it’s revealed that Mallory is the new M. The end of this cue is of course David Arnold’s version of the Bond theme from the end of Casino Royale, ‘The Name’s Bond…James Bond’.

One thing that amused me is the version of ‘New York, New York’ (as heard in 009’s car) is by cheesy X Factor crooner Ray Quinn. Evidently the producers didn’t want to spend money on licensing the Frank Sinatra version (perhaps there’s still bad blood from him turning down ‘Moonraker’ ;) ).
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  • chrisesqetcchrisesqetc London
    Posts: 44
    Super interesting and would love to see this for the other films :)
  • Posts: 4,030
    Jamaica Jazz was included in the movie (in France only) as Bond drives to Miss Taro's and remained slated for use in the movie until late in the day - if anyone is keen to include another cue in the main playlist for Dr No.
  • GoldenGunGoldenGun Per ora e per il momento che verrà
    Posts: 6,859
    Great stuff! I’d love to see more of this!

    @vzok, that’s interesting, do you know if I can find it like that if I switch the audio language to French on my blu-ray?
  • Posts: 4,030
    Apparently that was how it was released in theatres in France at the time. No idea about physical releases. But it is like that on the Dr No music and effects track from the laserdisc. Try it around 49.50 here https://archive.org/details/dr_no-criterion_laserdisc-music_and_effects_track-ac3-1ch-48khz-delay-0ms
  • Posts: 88
    From Russia With Love now added...
  • BondBarry007BondBarry007 London UK
    Posts: 11
    Thanks for adding From Russia with Love complete List of soundtrack Cues

    Below is what is currently available from the Goldfinger expanded film score that was very kindly done by Lukas Kendall in 2003

    Looking forward to seeing what is missing from the GOLDFINGER Score : -


    S5 - Bond Back In Action Again (2:31)
    S1 - Goldfinger Main Title / Goldfinger (2:48)
    S2 - Into Miami (0:57)
    S12 - Golden Girl (2:10)
    S3 - Alpine Drive / Auric's Factory (4:27)
    S13 - Death of Tilly (2:04)
    S14 - The Laser Beam (2:54)
    S15 - Pussy Galore's Flying Circus (2:46)
    S6 - Teasing the Korean (2:16)
    S7 - Gassing the Gangsters (1:05)
    S4 - Oddjob's Pressing Engagement (3:08)
    S9 - Dawn Raid on Fort Knox (5:48)
    S10 - The Arrival of the Bomb and Countdown (3:29)
    S11 - The Death of Goldfinger / End Titles (2:34)
    S8 - Goldfinger (Instrumental) (2:10)

    S = Score
  • Posts: 4,030
    I think that the Death of Dr No track that Nic Raine recorded is actually used in the scene straight after his death, as Bond runs around looking for Honey.
  • Posts: 4,030
    Thanks for adding From Russia with Love complete List of soundtrack Cues

    Below is what is currently available from the Goldfinger expanded film score that was very kindly done by Lukas Kendall in 2003

    Looking forward to seeing what is missing from the GOLDFINGER Score : -


    S5 - Bond Back In Action Again (2:31)
    S1 - Goldfinger Main Title / Goldfinger (2:48)
    S2 - Into Miami (0:57)
    S12 - Golden Girl (2:10)
    S3 - Alpine Drive / Auric's Factory (4:27)
    S13 - Death of Tilly (2:04)
    S14 - The Laser Beam (2:54)
    S15 - Pussy Galore's Flying Circus (2:46)
    S6 - Teasing the Korean (2:16)
    S7 - Gassing the Gangsters (1:05)
    S4 - Oddjob's Pressing Engagement (3:08)
    S9 - Dawn Raid on Fort Knox (5:48)
    S10 - The Arrival of the Bomb and Countdown (3:29)
    S11 - The Death of Goldfinger / End Titles (2:34)
    S8 - Goldfinger (Instrumental) (2:10)

    S = Score

    @mattjoes did a cue sequencing guide for Goldfinger when he published his cue recreations.
  • Posts: 88
    The Spy Who Loved Me now added...
  • BondBarry007BondBarry007 London UK
    Posts: 11
    Great to see The Spy Who Loved Me added , just shows from the above 3 scores how much unreleased music there is that has yet to be released & why we need all the Bond Scores Expanded ASAP 🙏🙏
    Please continue to add more Bond Films & in score order with the unreleased music & notes , fantastic insight for us Bond Music fans
  • edited July 2023 Posts: 88
    The Living Daylights now added...
  • Posts: 4,030
    The Living Daylights now added...

    Great spot with the radio jazz track.
  • morcarvicmorcarvic france
    Posts: 42
    indeed ,
    though if my memory isnt playing tricks on me are there not possibly two other tracks shot across our ears as bond searches for the police band,any thoughts anybody ?
  • Posts: 4,030
    I've never recognised any of those tracks.
  • Posts: 88
    Goldfinger now added. Thanks to @mattjoes for his help with this, following his wonderful score recreation the other year.
  • chrisesqetcchrisesqetc London
    edited August 2023 Posts: 44
    Thanks so much for your hard work on this, @Bond_Scores. There have been several edits/expanded soundtracks floating around over the years but this really does showcase all the missing cues. I hope one day we can see a full release of them all.
    morcarvic wrote: »
    indeed ,
    though if my memory isnt playing tricks on me are there not possibly two other tracks shot across our ears as bond searches for the police band,any thoughts anybody ?

    You are correct, @morcarvic. See the beginning of this clip. First you hear the Jazz Compass (track 50 as listed by Bond_Scores) and then very briefly two other tracks for a second or two.

  • BondBarry007BondBarry007 London UK
    Posts: 11
    Thank you so much Bond_Scores for adding Goldfinger & The Living Daylights, this is so fantastic to see all the missing cues from each score , please continue this fantastic work it’s really appreciated by everyone 👍😎
  • Posts: 88
    Thank you so much Bond_Scores for adding Goldfinger & The Living Daylights, this is so fantastic to see all the missing cues from each score , please continue this fantastic work it’s really appreciated by everyone 👍😎

    You're very welcome. Plenty more to come!
  • mattjoesmattjoes DAY OF THE BROSNAN
    Posts: 6,928
    Thanks for identifying the TLD radio music. Another mystery cleared up.
  • mattjoesmattjoes DAY OF THE BROSNAN
    edited August 2023 Posts: 6,928
    Also, how did you identify it? Just perusing the De Wolfe library? I've tried that a few times with certain tracks, sometimes successfully, sometimes unsuccessfully.
  • Posts: 88
    mattjoes wrote: »
    Also, how did you identify it? Just perusing the De Wolfe library? I've tried that a few times with certain tracks, sometimes successfully, sometimes unsuccessfully.

    Honestly, I just used Shazam when watching the film :-j
  • Posts: 88
    On Her Majesty's Secret Service added. There's a surprising amount of missing music :-S
  • mattjoesmattjoes DAY OF THE BROSNAN
    edited August 2023 Posts: 6,928
    mattjoes wrote: »
    Also, how did you identify it? Just perusing the De Wolfe library? I've tried that a few times with certain tracks, sometimes successfully, sometimes unsuccessfully.

    Honestly, I just used Shazam when watching the film :-j

    That's great. I've tried that with some of the classical music from TSWLM but it didn't work. It did work with the Strauss polka from MR.

    I think it didn't work with the music coming from Chuck Lee's radio in AVTAK either.
  • morcarvicmorcarvic france
    Posts: 42
    i've long held a sneaky suspicion that the chuck lee radio bit,to my ear sounds like a snatch of the avtak theme in a sort rock style so perhaps an unreleased john barry source cue like the trad jazz version on the seine and brief snatch of tld theme after jazz compass &unknown classical bit on tld car radio.
  • echoecho 007 in New York
    Posts: 6,110
    morcarvic wrote: »
    i've long held a sneaky suspicion that the chuck lee radio bit,to my ear sounds like a snatch of the avtak theme in a sort rock style so perhaps an unreleased john barry source cue like the trad jazz version on the seine and brief snatch of tld theme after jazz compass &unknown classical bit on tld car radio.

    Tell me more.
  • morcarvicmorcarvic france
    Posts: 42
    sorry echo cant verify what i said its just my personal feeling on the chuck lee thing hopefully oneday we will find out via a comprehensive rerelease of the score
  • morcarvicmorcarvic france
    Posts: 42
    just viewed the list for the living daylights more intently and i believe one source cue for the fairground sequence overlooked would be 'les patineurs'[skaters waltz] heard in wurlitzer form a la reginald dixon style.ps i think the fairground sequence opens with another tune on wurlitzer, maybe a job for your goodself bondscores and shazam?
  • mattjoesmattjoes DAY OF THE BROSNAN
    edited August 2023 Posts: 6,928
    I just found out the Death of Krilencu track from the little-known French FRWL LP was also included on this LP:

    https://www.discogs.com/es/release/16861203-Al-Caiola-And-His-Orchestra-James-Bond-Story

    By the way, I'm not sure what version of the James Bond theme is 2:29. I guess the most logical guess would be James Bond with Bongos.

    ---

    Also, the original title for the Clapped Out track in TSWLM is fantastic: The We All Make Mistakes March.
  • Posts: 88
    mattjoes wrote: »
    mattjoes wrote: »
    Also, how did you identify it? Just perusing the De Wolfe library? I've tried that a few times with certain tracks, sometimes successfully, sometimes unsuccessfully.

    Honestly, I just used Shazam when watching the film :-j

    That's great. I've tried that with some of the classical music from TSWLM but it didn't work. It did work with the Strauss polka from MR.

    I think it didn't work with the music coming from Chuck Lee's radio in AVTAK either.

    I think that Marvin Hamlisch specifically arranged the pieces of classical music in TSWLM, which accounts for them not being on Shazam. The electronic elements are similar to those used in the rest of the score.
    mattjoes wrote: »
    Also, the original title for the Clapped Out track in TSWLM is fantastic: The We All Make Mistakes March.

    That's great intel - I'll update the thread now!
  • mattjoesmattjoes DAY OF THE BROSNAN
    Posts: 6,928
    mattjoes wrote: »
    mattjoes wrote: »
    Also, how did you identify it? Just perusing the De Wolfe library? I've tried that a few times with certain tracks, sometimes successfully, sometimes unsuccessfully.

    Honestly, I just used Shazam when watching the film :-j

    That's great. I've tried that with some of the classical music from TSWLM but it didn't work. It did work with the Strauss polka from MR.

    I think it didn't work with the music coming from Chuck Lee's radio in AVTAK either.

    I think that Marvin Hamlisch specifically arranged the pieces of classical music in TSWLM, which accounts for them not being on Shazam. The electronic elements are similar to those used in the rest of the score.
    I agree. At the beginning of the Bach piece (IIRC), there is a synth flourish which sounds like the other synths in the film. The Chopin piece also has a unique arrangement for orchestra.

    morcarvic wrote: »
    i've long held a sneaky suspicion that the chuck lee radio bit,to my ear sounds like a snatch of the avtak theme in a sort rock style so perhaps an unreleased john barry source cue like the trad jazz version on the seine and brief snatch of tld theme after jazz compass &unknown classical bit on tld car radio.
    This is possible, especially when considering the wedding party arrangement of AVTAK that you mention.
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