Thursday, June 10, 2010

Bond Theme Songs

Years and years ago my roommate had a party at our house, and someone left a CD of Bond theme songs there. We had no idea who left it, and she even asked the people who attended the party if it were theirs. Nobody claimed it. I still have no idea who left it at the house, but I've certainly enjoyed listening to it. For all of you who do not have that CD, you may not be familiar with the songs, but I am. Anyway, enjoy the listing from best to worst! Thanks, again, Cash and Tino!

Bond Theme Songs

1. James Bond Theme by John Barry Orchestra originating in Dr. No but continuing in all subsequent movies
2. You Know My Name by Chris Cornell from Casino Royale
3. Live and Let Die by Paul McCartney and the Wings from Live and Let Die
4. Tomorrow Never Dies by Sheryl Crow from Tomorrow Never Dies
5. We Have All the Time In the World by Louis Armstrong and the John Barry Orchestra from On Her Majesty's Secret Service
6. The Living Daylights by a-ha from The Living Daylights
7. Another Way to Die by Jack White and Alicia Keys from Quantum of Solace
8. Diamonds Are Forever by Shirley Bassey from Diamonds Are Forever
9. A View to a Kill by Duran Duran from A View to a Kill
10. Mr. Kiss Kiss Bang Bang by Shirley Bassey from Thunderball
11. Nobody Does it Better by Carly Simon from The Spy Who Loved Me
12. You Only Live Twice by Nancy Sinatra from You Only Live Twice
13. From Russia With Love by Matt Monro from From Russia With Love
14. Goldfinger by Shirley Bassey from Goldfinger
15. The World is Not Enough by Garbage from The World is Not Enough
16. GoldenEye by Tina Turner from GoldenEye
17. Die Another Day by Madonna from Die Another Day
8. All Time High by Rita Coolidge from Octopussy
19. For Your Eyes Only by Sheena Easton from For Your Eyes Only
20. The Man with the Golden Gun by Lulu from The Man With the Golden Gun
21. Moonraker by Shirley Bassey from Moonraker
22. Licence to Kill by Gladys Knight from Licence to Kill
23. Thunderball by Tom Jones from Thunderball


cash said...

I used to think that a woman sang Thunderball until Tino looked it up and confirmed that it was Tom Jones. How embarrassing for me, but also for Tom Jones.

Cardine said...

Cash, I thought it was a woman, too.