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Live And Let Die George Martin United Artists UAS 29475, 1973
Live And Let Die album cover

George Martin, ex-Beatles producer, put together the soundtrack to James Bond's entry into the black action genre in 1973. Paul McCartney's band Wings provide a memorable theme while the rest of the soundtrack is composed of variations of the Bond theme in a terrific 1970s funk style. Unfortunately, as with so many of these movies, the best music from the film remains on celluloid rather than vinyl, but this is still a top-drawer funk soundtrack LP and well worth a listen.

Overall Rating: 4


Track listing:

Live And Let Die (Main Title) | Just A Closer Walk With Thee | Bond Meets Solitaire | Whisper Who Dares | Snakes Alive | Baron Samedi's Dance Of Death | San Monique | Fillet Of Soul - New Orleans | Bond Drops In | If He Finds It, Kill Him | Trespassers Will Be Eaten | Solitaire Gets Her Cards | Sacrifice | James Bond Theme |


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