The James Bond Franchise

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Screen Comment’s Ali Naderzad comments not your average movie soundtracks. Today’s show was produced in collaboration with New York filmmaker Sean Davis, with Sean programming the songs and providing some of the content.

Diamonds are Forever, music by John Barry sung by Shirley Bassey (Diamonds are Forever) 1971
Nobody does it better, composed by Marvin Hamlisch, sung by Carly Simon (The Spy who Loved Me) 1977
A view to a Kill, composed by John Barry and Duran Duran, sung by Duran Duran (A View to a Kill) 1985
From Russia with Love, composed by Sir John Barry and Lionel Bart, sung by Matt Monro (From Russia with love) 1963
Golden Eye by Bono and The Edge, sung by Tina Turner (Goldeneye) 1995
Tomorrow never Dies, composed by Cheryl Crow and Mitchell Froom, sung by Cheryl Crow (Tomorrow never Dies) 1997
Live and Let Die, music by George Martin, sung by B.J. Arnau (Live and Let Die) 1973
Die Another Day by Mirwais Ahmadzai and Madonna, sung by Madonna (From Die Another Day), 2002

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