Tuesday, February 06, 2007

Two For Tuesday-Part Six

Yep, it's Tuesday, and that means two cool tracks for you to add to the pile. Actually, as a special treat, this week you get three tracks, because I couldn't decide on just two. The theme this week is James Bond, so here are two versions of Goldfinger, and one version of Diamonds Are Forever. The first version of Goldfinger is a vocal version, by the Johnny Mann Singers. It's a little disconcerting to hear those sweet female voices harmonizing about the evil Auric Goldfinger. This track is from If I Loved You (Liberty LST-7411, 1965). The second version of Goldfinger is by Enoch Light And The Light Brigade from Discotheque Vol. 2 (Command RS 882 SD, 1965). It's a swingin' thing, trust me! Lastly, you get Diamonds Are Forever, by the oh-so-smooth Percy Faith And His Orchestra from the LP Joy (Columbia C 31301, 1972). If you like Bond music that's a little off-model, then these three tracks are going to right up your alley. You might say they've been shaken, not stirred. OK, that was pretty bad. Let me just give you the download link and go...

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