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with the Royal Philharmonic Concert Orchestra
conducted by Nicholas Dodd
curated by David Arnold
The Sound of 007 Live - London 2022 [no label, 1CD]

60 Years Of James Bond. Live at the Royal Albert Hall, London, UK; October 4, 2022. Very good audio (ripped from HDTV webstream). Incomplete show, complete broadcast.

The world is celebrating 60 years of James Bond via a glorious charity concert, which went off without a hitch on Tuesday October 4.

The Sound of 007 presented a slew of beloved guests, on top of the captivating walk down an auditory memory lane. The event was headlined by Dame Shirley Bassey, who recorded theme songs for three popular Bond films: Goldfinger, Diamonds Are Forever, and Moonraker. Also in attendance were Lulu, who sang “The Man With the Golden Gun” and Garbage, who sang “The World is Not Enough.”

The event was intended to celebrate the full six decades of Bond music, so it fittingly included artists from every step of the franchise’s journey. Emma Lindars managed to flawlessly capture the surreal beauty of Adele’s “Skyfall,” and Ella Eyre knocked both “Licence to Kill” and “Nobody Does it Better” out of the park, according to Variety. Anne Dyer, professionally known as Skin, delivered her own take on Paul McCartney’s “Live and Let Die,” dazzling audiences with her unique version of the hugely-popular song.

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Track 01. Diamonds For Forever - Shirley Bassey 4:40
Track 02. Goldfinger - Shirley Bassey 3:35
Track 03. From Russia With Love - Jamie Cullum 2:55
Track 04. The Man With The Golden Gun - Lulu 3:12
Track 05. Skyfall - Emma Lindars 5:11
Track 06. You Only Live Twice - Celeste 3:32
Track 07. Licence To Kill - Ella Eyre 5:32
Track 08. The World Is Not Enough - Garbage 4:10
Track 09. No Time To Die (instrumental) - David Arnold 5:04
Track 10. Live And Let Die - Skin 3:56
Track 11. You Know My Name (from Casino Royale) - David Arnold 5:21
Track 12. GoldenEye - Paloma Faith 4:45
Track 13. We Have All The Time In The World (from On Her Majesty’s Secret Service) - John Grant 3:18
Track 14. James Bond Theme (from Casino Royale) 3:20
59 mins

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