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Thursday, November 8, 2012

Music From The Show

Bonobo, “Prelude Kiara”
The Wee Trio, “Shepherd”
Morcheeba, “Be Yourself”
Horace Silver, “Song for My Father”
Steve Earle, “Down Here Below”
Amon Tobin, “Nova”
Julliard String Quartet, “Ravel: String Quartet”

From ‘Dr. No’ to ‘Skyfall,’ The Music Of Bond:

John Barry & Hal David, “We Have All the Time in the World” performed by Louis Armstrong
John Barry & Hal David, “Moonraker” (Main Title) performed by Shirley Bassey
Duran Duran & John Barry, “A View to a Kill” performed by Duran Duran
Bono & The Edge (of U2), “Goldeneye” performed by Tina Turner
Madonna & Mirwais Ahmadzaï, “Die Another Day” performed by Madonna
Monty Norman “James Bond Theme”
Monty Norman “Under the Mango Tree”
John Barry, Anthony Newley & Leslie Bricusse, “Goldfinger” performed by Shirley Bassey
Adele Adkins & Paul Epworth, “Skyfall” performed by Adele
John Barry & Don Black, “Thunderball” performed by Tom Jones
Burt Bacharach & Hal David, “The Look of Love” performed by Dusty Springfield
Paul McCartney, “Live and Let Die” performed by Paul McCartney
John Barry & Hal David, “Moonraker” (End Theme) performed by Shirley Bassey
John Barry & Paul Waaktaar-Savoy (of a-ha), “The Living Daylights” performed by ah-ha
David Arnold (based on a theme by Monty Norman), “The Name’s Bond…James Bond”


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