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1. Gunbarrel [MP3]  

2. Stalking [FRWL]  

3. Main Titles: James Bond Is Back / From Russia With Love / James Bond Theme [FRWL]  

4. SPECTRE Island [FRWL]  

5. Tania Meets Klebb [FRWL]  

6. From Russia With Love (Matt Monro) [FRWL]  

7. James Bond With Bongos [FRWL]  

8. Searching For Bugs (James Bond Theme) [DN - track 1]  

9. Meeting In St. Sophia [FRWL]  

10. Gypsy Camp [FRWL]  

11. Girl Trouble [FRWL]  

12. 007 [FRWL]  

13. Guitar Lament [FRWL]  

14. Bond Meets Tania [FRWL]  

15. 007 Takes The Lektor [FRWL]  

16. Death of Kerim [FRWL]  

17. The Zagreb Express [bBIA - track 4]  

18. Death of Grant [FRWL]  

19. Helicopter Chase (James Bond Theme) [DN]  

20. Man Overboard / SMERSH in Action [FRWL]  

21. Death of SPECTRE Agents [bBIA - Track 2. Use third cue, 'Death of Dr. No'.)  

22. End Titles: From Russia With Love (Matt Monro) [JBT]  

UNUSED TRACKS  

23. The Golden Horn [FRWL]  

24. Leila Dances [FRWL]

I assume this list is correct? I'll leave the Dr No cues out though myself.

Concering those two last cues (unused), where would they fit in in the list itself?

Thanks!

Edit:

22. End Titles: From Russia With Love (Matt Monro) [JBT]
What's the difference between this version on the John Barry Themeology and the soundtrack?

The list is pretty much correct; not exactly sure where "The Golden Horn" fits in. "Leila Dances" appears to have been a cue for the gypsy camp dance before the girl fight.

The John Barry Themeology track of the Matt Monro FRWL theme is apparently the same one as used in the film (at least to my ears). The one on the soundtrack is a different take.

Hope this helps.

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additional and alternate cues is assembled like this (see also the daf score list above)

0:00 - 0:30 Wint and Kidd To Mrs Whistler's (place between "Mr Wint and Mr Kidd" and "Bond to Holland" - at 2:30)

0:30 - 1:07 Hotel Muzak

1:07 - 4:32 Dixieland Jazz

4:32 - 5:02 Zambora Appears

5:02 - 7:00 Moon Buggy Chase (Alternate)

7:00 - 9:09 Bond Meets Bambi and Thumper (Alternate)

hope this helps :(

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People always seem to imply that You Only Live Twice is complete. I may just be being stupid, but in this case, where is the music from when Blofeld blows up the volcano near the end?

By the way the FRWL gunbarrel isn't from a master, it's just re-edited - the first 8 notes of the guitar bit is from the SECOND occurence of this tune, just slotted in over the part with the gun shot. :(

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People always seem to imply that You Only Live Twice is complete. I may just be being stupid, but in this case, where is the music from when Blofeld blows up the volcano near the end?

It's tracked with music from earlier in the movie. If I'm not mistaken it's the music heard about 3:33 into my cut of "James Bond in Japan".

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People always seem to imply that You Only Live Twice is complete. I may just be being stupid, but in this case, where is the music from when Blofeld blows up the volcano near the end?

The music for that scene was actually composed for a scene much earlier in the film, were Bond overcomes a guard as Osato's office building, and can be heard on the expanded CD. (either in track 13 or 14)

Barry's original cue for the scene were Blofeld blows up the volcano can be heard in track 18 (i think, I mostly listen to my own cronological edit)

This is a rather odd cue, and does not fit the scene at all, so the more dramatic cue from we all know and love was used twice.

By the way the FRWL gunbarrel isn't from a master, it's just re-edited - the first 8 notes of the guitar bit is from the SECOND occurence of this tune, just slotted in over the part with the gun shot.  :(

Congratulations for totally flabbergasting Neil S. Bulk.

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It's tracked with music from earlier in the movie.  If I'm not mistaken it's the music heard about 3:33 into my cut of "James Bond in Japan".

thanks neil

Congratulations for totally flabbergasting Neil S. Bulk.

any time :(

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Just in case anyone cares, this is a fairly good assembly for the DAD complete score (the way I first saw it advertisted in eBay)

CD 1

1. Gunbarrel / North Korean HQ

You may want to do a bit of cross-fading etc. here, but it is basically just the first six cues (Gunbarrel, Surf's Up, On The Beach, Bond Meets Moon, Hovercrafts and How Do You Intend To Kill Me Now, Mr Bond?).

2. Hovercraft Chase

3. Bond to Jail / Die Another Day

The song Die Another Day in this version was mixed into the end of Bond to Jail, rather than the fade-out used in the film. It works pretty well.

4. Prisoner Exchange

Known as "Some Kind Of Hero" on the soundtrack

5. Kiss of Life / Hong Kong Hotel

The cues "Kiss of Life" (available on the David Arnold website) and "Peaceful Fountains of Desire".

6. Hotel to Cuba

The cue "Hotel" (a.k.a. Hotel to Cuba) combined with either "Cuba" on the promo score or "Welcome to Cuba" on the soundtrack. I chose the latter for my album.

7. Cuban Car

8. Jinx and James

The cues "Jinx Jordan" combined with "Bond and Jinx (a.k.a. Jinx and James, Bond Bonks Jinx, Jinx Bonx Bond Back)".

9. Wheelchair Access

10. Wheelchair Access (Alternate/Original)

11. Jinx, James and Genes

12. London Calling

The Clash song. You may want this or you may not - if you do you might need to up the volume a bit for this track.

13. Gustav Graves' Grand Entrance

Most of this is unused in the film, and the end is a totally different mix, but nevertheless its still a damn good cue! Known as "Gustav Graves Grand Gravitational Entrance" on the promo.

14. Crossing Swords

Combining "Fencing Teacher" or "That Looks Like Madonna" with "Sword Fight". No fading necessary.

15. Cutting Edge

Simply combine the cues "Bond Gets The Key", "Virtual Reality" and "The Vanish". This time you may want to get rid of some of the silence between tracks.

16. Bond Goes To Iceland

17. Zao's Arrival

Known as "The Explanation" on the promo.

18. Icarus Demonstration

You can either just have the "Icarus" track here, or you may want to put the "Party" source music on the front. It's up to you, but I've chosen to include the party track.

19. Ice Spy

20. A Touch of Frost

The CD should run about 1 hour ten minutes.

CD 2

1. Laser Fight

a.k.a. "Laser"

2. It Belong To His Boss

3. Double Agent

4. Whiteout

5. Skidoos

6. Iced, Inc.

7. Ice Palace Car Chase

8. Switchblades

9. Death of Moon

10. Gustav Graves' Grand Exit

a.k.a. "Gustav Graves Grand Gravitational Exit" or "Graves Gets It".

11. Going Down Together (Film Version)

a.k.a. "Antonov Gets It". NB: THIS IS NOT THE TRACK OF THE SAME NAME FROM THE SOUNDTRACK.

12. Moneypenny

a.k.a. "Moneypenny Gets It"

13. A Fitting End

a.k.a. "Diamonds", "Jinx Gets It" or, on the soundtrack, "Going Down Together".

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You can put any combination of these tracks on as you like. This is the way I've assembled the "end".

14. Die Another Day (Dirty Vegas Main Mix)

15. Alternate End Credits (David's End Credits)

16. The James Bond Theme (Bond vs. Oakenfold)

Hope this helps someone... somewhere... :joy:

For album art and more informtion, go to http://frwlmusic.tripod.com

rob

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Can anyone help me to re-sequence Goldeneye? I don't even know if it is out of sequence, except there are bits like the bit where they go to Cuba that is from "We Share The Same Passions".

Somebody help me please! :mrgreen:

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its ok - i think i figued it out anyway.

I know it was quite a while ago, but someone asked for how to edit TND from the isolated score:

http://team.commanderbond.net/brett.mcaleer/TND%20Soundtracks.jpg

That was me - thanks for the link - another link was posted to that same page but you can't have too much info about that fabulous score.....

Greg :-)

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Well... after carefully watching the film on DVD, I think I've pieced together what could be the definitive soundtrack for FRWL, at least until the film music masters are found! Here goes:

1. Gun Barrel? Available at frwlmusic.tripod.com. Extracted from the DVD audio track. Gunshot removed from track.

2. Stalking - Track 15 on the FRWL soundtrack.

3. Opening Titles: James Bond Is Back/From Russia With Love/James Bond Theme ? Available at frwlmusic.tripod.com. Extracted from the DVD audio track. (NOTE: This version includes the [in]famous ?ballpark organ? heard over the film?s opening titles; the version on Track 1 on the soundtrack is another take, which does not include it.)

4. Chess Match In Venice ? Brief incidental music, not in soundtrack album.

5. SPECTRE Island ? Track 11 on the FRWL soundtrack album.

6. Tania Meets Klebb ? Track 2 on the FRWL soundtrack album.

7. From Russia With Love (sung by Matt Monro) ? Brief incidental music heard over Bond?s car radio, fades after about 15-20 seconds. Track 10 on the FRWL soundtrack.

8. James Bond With Bongos ? Track 14 on the FRWL soundtrack.

9. James Bond Theme Sting ? Brief incidental music, not on soundtrack album. Possibly extracted from ?James Bond With Bongos?. Liberally sprinkled throughout the film.

10. James Bond Theme ? Track 1 on the Dr. No soundtrack album.

11. The Cold War In Istanbul Is Getting Hotter ? First 15 seconds of ?Death of Grant? (track 9 on the FRWL soundtrack album).

12. Gypsy Camp Belly Dance ? Incidental music, not on soundtrack album. The track ?Leila Dances? (track 16 on the FRWL soundtrack) is a studio track and not used in the film.

13. Girl Trouble ? Track 5 on the FRWL soundtrack album.

14. 007 ? Track 7 on the FRWL soundtrack album.

15. Gypsy Camp ? Track 8 on the FRWL soundtrack album.

16. Assassination of Krilencu (?The Mouth of Anita Ekberg?) ? Incidental music, not in soundtrack album.

17. Bond Meets Tania ? Track 6 on the FRWL soundtrack album.

18. Meeting In St. Sophia ? Track 3 on the FRWL soundtrack album.

19. 007 Takes The Lektor ? Track 18 on the FRWL soundtrack album. Reprise of the 007 theme.

20. Death of Kerim ? Track 17 on the FRWL soundtrack album.

a. Orient Express Out of Turkey

b. Tania?s Fashion Show (a slightly different take of this cue is used in the film)

c. The Death of Kerim/Missed Rendezvous

21. The Zagreb Express ? Incidental music not in soundtrack album. A nearly identical rendition is available on ?Bond Back In Action?.

22. Death of Grant ? The remainder of Track 9 on the FRWL soundtrack. Much of this track is not used in the film (the fight scene in the sleeper compartment between Bond and Grant is unscored). Hmmm... wonder what the fight scene would sound like scored? :thumbup:

23. Death of Dr. No ? Incidental music from the Dr. No soundtrack (not included in the official Dr. No soundtrack album). A nearly identical rendition is available in ?Bond Back In Action? by Nic Raine and the City of Prague Philharmonic. This also repeats at the end of ?Man Overboard?.

24. Man Overboard/SMERSH In Action ? Track 13 on the FRWL soundtrack.

a. Man Overboard

b. The Price of Failure (Death of Kronsteen). Actually it?s SPECTRE and not SMERSH who?s really behind the plot.

25. Death of Rosa Klebb (?She?s Had Her Kicks?) ? Incidental music, not in soundtrack.

26. From Russia With Love (sung by Matt Monro) ? Track 10 on the FRWL soundtrack. A closer rendition (at least to my ears) to the version heard over the film?s end titles is available on ?John Barry: Themeology?.

UNUSED FILM MUSIC

Leila Dances ? Belly dance routine studio track. (Track 16 on the FRWL soundtrack.)

The Golden Horn ? Apparently not used in the film; the scene that it probably best fits in is where Bond meets Tania on the Bosporous ferry. (Track 4 on the FRWL soundtrack.)

Guitar Lament ? Not used in the film. Could it be a mourning tribute to the late Pedro Armendariz, Sr.? (Track 12 on the FRWL soundtrack.)

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First of all, thanks for the work, I'll sequence it myself very soon based on this list.

The Golden Horn ? Apparently not used in the film; the scene that it probably best fits in is where Bond meets Tania on the Bosporous ferry. (Track 4 on the FRWL soundtrack.)

How sure are you that this is an unused track for this scene?

And where would this fit in in your chronological list?

Guitar Lament ? Not used in the film. Could it be a mourning tribute to the late Pedro Armendariz, Sr.? (Track 12 on the FRWL soundtrack.)

Is it possible that this is an unused track somewhere from the gypsy camp?

Where would you fit this one in, or is it not possible?

Thanks!

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THE WORLD IS NOT ENOUGH:

1. Gunbarrel / Bilbao 0.34 (Unreleased)

2. Bilbao Bank 2.24 (Unreleased)

3. Show Me the Money / Come in 007, Your Time Is up 6.45

4. Hot Air Balloon (Unreleased)

segues into

5. The World Is not Enough (Film Version) (Unreleased - DVD)

As far as I can tell, the version used in the film is slightly different from the Album Version. It is up to you whether you sequence the Album Version here, or the Film Version.

6. Playing Doctor 0.27 (Unreleased)

7. Access Denied 1.33

8. M's Confession 1.32

9. Welcome to Baku (Film Version) 1.13 (Unreleased)

Without Natacha Atlas's vocals. I prefer to sequence the Album Version here.

10. Snowbusiness 1.20 (Website)

11. Ice Bandits 3.42

12. Elektra's Villa 0.40 (Unreleased)

13. Stay with Me 0.41 (Unreleased)

14. Casino Pt 1 2.36 (Unreleased)

15. Casino Pt 2 2.56

16. Queen of Hearts 1.15 (Unreleased)

17. The Devil's Breath 1.48 (Unreleased)

18. Elektra's Theme 2.06

19. Body Double (Film Version) 2.55 (Unr.)

The Film Version mainly misses the techno underscore in the first part. In my sequence, I have the Album Version here again.

20. Kazakhstan 1.26 (Website)

21. Going Down / The Bunker (Film Version) 8.16 (Partially unreleased)

The Album Version is missing:

a. the cue 'in between' Going Down and The Bunker

b. a short rendition of the Bond fanfare as they escape, mixed in at the end of The Bunker (app. from 7.50 till 7.57).

22. Bond Confronts Elektra 0.34 (Unr.)

23. Pipeline 4.16

24. M Captured 0.41 (Unr.)

25. M Meets Renard 0.52 (Unr.)

26. Remember Pleasure 3.02 (Partially Unreleased)

Segues at 2.41 into an unreleased cue.

27. Caviar Factory 1.03 (First part of Caviar Factory)

28. Cutting Edge 4.59 (Second part of Caviar Factory)

In the film these two cues are separate - you can choose to cut them up or to leave them like that (there's no cue in between anyway).

29. Underwater (Unr.)

30. Skeleton Crew (Unr.)

31. Time to Die 0.21 (Unr.)

32. Maiden's Tower 2.23 (Unr.)

33. Torture Queen 2.23

34. I never Miss 3.30

35. Submarine 10.19

36. Escape from the Sub 0.37 (Unr.)

37. Christmas in Turkey 1.27

38. End Titles - The James Bond Theme 3.53 (Unr. - DVD)

Possible Bonus Tracks:

Trailer - The James Bond Theme 1.59 (John Barry)

The World Is not Enough (Album Version) 3.56

The World Is not Enough (Instrumental Version) 3.53

(Rerecording from Raine's James Bond Collection)

The World Is not Enough (Theme Remix) 4.01

The World Is not Enough (UNKLE Remix) (Single) 5.13

The World Is not Enough (Alternate Theme) 4.37 (Straw)

Funeral Hymn (Unr.)

Source music. Comes right after the opening titles (traditional song, not by Arnold).

Access Denied 1.36 (Rerecording)

Welcome to Baku (Album Version) 1.41

Ice Bandits 3.41 (Rerecording)

Body Double (Album Version) 3.00

End Titles (Alternate) - Sweetest Coma again 5.06 (Luna Sea)

End Titles (Unused) - Only Myself to Blame 3.36

Lotman

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First of all, thanks for the work, I'll sequence it myself very soon based on this list.
The Golden Horn ? Apparently not used in the film; the scene that it probably best fits in is where Bond meets Tania on the Bosporous ferry. (Track 4 on the FRWL soundtrack.)

How sure are you that this is an unused track for this scene?

And where would this fit in in your chronological list?

Guitar Lament ? Not used in the film. Could it be a mourning tribute to the late Pedro Armendariz, Sr.? (Track 12 on the FRWL soundtrack.)

Is it possible that this is an unused track somewhere from the gypsy camp?

Where would you fit this one in, or is it not possible?

Thanks!

In earlier days, it was not unusual for official soundtrack releases to be re-recordings or include original compositions that never made it into the finished film. For example, most of the Dr. No soundtrack contains various renditions of "Jamaica Jump Up" and "Underneath The Mango Tree" that were never used in the film.

"Guitar Lament", though not used in the film, is a perfect fit for the music in the scenes reminescing about Pedro Armendariz Sr.'s final days in the DVD featurette "Inside From Russia With Love".

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11. The Cold War In Istanbul Is Getting Hotter ? First 15 seconds of ?Death of Grant? (track 9 on the FRWL soundtrack album).

If we're not at cross purposes here, I think its more like the first minute, not fifteen seconds.

22. Death of Grant ? The remainder of Track 9 on the FRWL soundtrack. Much of this track is not used in the film (the fight scene in the sleeper compartment between Bond and Grant is unscored). Hmmm... wonder what the fight scene would sound like scored?

If you want to watch this with the film, it should start (on my DVD) at 1:31:05 (when Bond starts shoving his hand into Grant's face), although remember to alter the speed for the DVD.

Please correct me if we are at cross purposes here.

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Hello alltogether,

I'm a Bondfan from Germany and just wanted to let you know, that I've been at a filmfair in Kerkrade/NL last Monday and bought a 2 CD Complete Score-Set of "Die another day". Only CD1 alone includes 40(!) tracks.

Unfortunately I'm at work at the moment so that I'm not able to provide you with a tracklist right now but I promise to do so in the following days.

I also still got the seller's card and could provide everyone who's interested with his e-mail-adresse.

Cheers and greetz from Germany ;-)

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11. The Cold War In Istanbul Is Getting Hotter ? First 15 seconds of ?Death of Grant? (track 9 on the FRWL soundtrack album).

If we're not at cross purposes here' date=' I think its more like the first minute, not fifteen seconds.

22. Death of Grant ? The remainder of Track 9 on the FRWL soundtrack. Much of this track is not used in the film (the fight scene in the sleeper compartment between Bond and Grant is unscored). Hmmm... wonder what the fight scene would sound like scored?

If you want to watch this with the film, it should start (on my DVD) at 1:31:05 (when Bond starts shoving his hand into Grant's face), although remember to alter the speed for the DVD.

Please correct me if we are at cross purposes here.

Not a problem at all... any corrections and additions are more than welcome. My list isn't necessarily the authoritative be-all-end-all for creating a resequenced FRWL soundtrack.

By altering the speed, is it slightly faster or slower to sync with the scene? I'll go check it out.

Any way of extracting some of the incidental cues off the DVD audio and posting them on frwlmusic.tripod.com? Thanks!

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By altering the speed, is it slightly faster or slower to sync with the scene? I'll go check it out.

This is only necessary if you live in Region 2. There's a PAL Speedup, you should slow it down with 4%.

The Golden Horn – Apparently not used in the film; the scene that it probably best fits in is where Bond meets Tania on the Bosporous ferry. (Track 4 on the FRWL soundtrack.)

Where does the scene where Bond meets Tania fit in in your chronological list?

Thanks!

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By altering the speed, is it slightly faster or slower to sync with the scene? I'll go check it out.

This is only necessary if you live in Region 2. There's a PAL Speedup, you should slow it down with 4%.

The Golden Horn ? Apparently not used in the film; the scene that it probably best fits in is where Bond meets Tania on the Bosporous ferry. (Track 4 on the FRWL soundtrack.)

Where does the scene where Bond meets Tania fit in in your chronological list?

Thanks!

"Bond Meets Tania" is the underscore where 007 encounters Tania on the bridal suite bed. Previous to that there's another one of the many James Bond theme 'stings' as Bond enters his room after coming back from the assassination of Krilencu.

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People who don't like sound effects, READ NO FURTHER

I have added two more cues to http://frwlmusic.tripod.com

They are:

Chess Match in Venice

A few sound effects (footsteps, clock ticking) and right at the beginning, a man shouting, although the latter seems to fit quite well into the track. AVOID THIS IF YOU WANT PURE MUSIC.

Belly Dance

A straight DVD rip, complete with cheering and other crowd sounds.

Having said that, there are no more in either of these than there are in "Just a Closer Walk With Thee" on the Live and Let Die album.

Hope this helps.

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Outstanding! I can live with a little dialogue with these tracks. Thanks!

Maybe one of these days we'll get lucky and someone will unearth the original film music masters, just like someone found (and rescued) the kinescope of the original Casino Royale.

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From the FSM Board:

RobotSam says:

I'm pretty certain this is the correct sequence for The Man With The Golden Gun:

2, 1, 5, 8, 3, 9, 6, 7, 10, 11, 12

4 isn't in the film per se. It's a full length jazz instrumental version of the title tune. Part of it plays in the Scaramanga fun house cues.

An underappreciated score IMO. My favorite cues: In Search Of Scaramanga's Island and Return To Scaramanga's Funhouse (particularly the latter half of this cue--very menacing).

lars b says:

Since almost all of 'The Spy Who Loved Me' tracks on the CD are re-recorded versions for the cd, it's almost impossible to make a good chronological order, but i used to program it like this :

1 - Bond 77

2 - Nobody Does It Better (vocal : Carly Simon)

3 - The Pyramids

4 - Conclusion

5 - Eastern Lights

6 - Mojave Club

7 - Nobody Does It Better (Instrumental)

8 - Ride To Atlantis

9 - Anya

10 - The Tanker

11 - End Titles / Nobody Does It Better

There are some differences here with your list; I haven't seen the film recently so I can't help you on that.

The Octopussy album is chronological, apart from the first two tracks of course.

Lotman

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That's my Little Octopussy is track 4, Arrival at the Island of Octopussy is track 5; where do you place track 6, Bond at the Monsoon Palace?

Sorry, yes it goes after "Arrival at the Island of Octopussy".

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If a track on a CD does not appear in the movie, it is placed at a position where it should appear (mostly biased on the name of the track)

In that case, "Destroy Silicon Valley" probably goes between "He's Dangerous" and "Airship to Silicon Valley"

and "Bond Escapes Roller" might go just before "Wine With Stacey".

Please take note of the "might"s and "probably"s.

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Could someone please let me know what has happened to the following master tapes, i.e. whether they are lost?

Dr. No

From Russia With Love

Goldfinger

Moonraker

Octopussy

A View To A Kill

Licence to Kill

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Could someone please let me know what has happened to the following master tapes, i.e. whether they are lost?  

Dr. No  

From Russia With Love  

Goldfinger  

Moonraker  

Octopussy  

A View To A Kill  

Licence to Kill

According to Lukas Kendall at FSM, the master tapes for Dr. No, From Russia With Love and Goldfinger could not immediately be found in the EMI vaults around the time he was producing the expanded and remastered soundtracks; the soundtrack album masters were used. Goldfinger's remastered album combines the tracks from both the U.S. and the U.K releases of the album soundtrack and fixes the "Into Miami" cue into a separate cue (the original CD release combined it with "Alpine Drive/Auric's Factory").

Moonraker's soundtrack was produced in France; the location of the film master tapes is unknown.

Don't know about A View To A Kill.

License to Kill was produced by Warner Brothers Records; all the remastered/expanded Bond soundtracks prior to A View To A Kill are owned by EMI.

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Has anyone got any ideas about a sequence for Dr. No?

It's difficult because most of the music isn't in the film. I'd like to include the three cues from BBIA.

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Has anyone got any ideas about a sequence for Dr. No?

It's difficult because most of the music isn't in the film. I'd like to include the three cues from BBIA.

I'll hafta give the film a close look-see over the weekend. The main title can easily be ripped from the DVD audio (electronic sounds, re-edited James Bond Theme segue into Kingston Calypso ("Three Blind Mice").

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I was listening to From Russia with Love: is the Girl Trouble track a different take on the remastered album in comparison with the previous CD album?

EDIT: Never mind, I was confusing with the Raine's Bond Back in Action CD. Sorry.

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