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CLASSIC RECORDS CD HDAD-2007 Casino Royale James Bond, Burt Bacharach, 1999 USA

CLASSIC RECORDS CD HDAD-2007 Casino Royale James Bond, Burt Bacharach, 1999 USA
CLASSIC RECORDS CD HDAD-2007 Casino Royale James Bond, Burt Bacharach, 1999 USA
CLASSIC RECORDS CD HDAD-2007 Casino Royale James Bond, Burt Bacharach, 1999 USA
CLASSIC RECORDS CD HDAD-2007 Casino Royale James Bond, Burt Bacharach, 1999 USA

CLASSIC RECORDS CD HDAD-2007 Casino Royale James Bond, Burt Bacharach, 1999 USA    CLASSIC RECORDS CD HDAD-2007 Casino Royale James Bond, Burt Bacharach, 1999 USA

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Please see our other listings - new items added {almost} daily! With a hit-single track record spanning four decades, Burt Bacharach became one of the most important composers of popular music in the 20th century, almost equal to such classic tunesmiths as George Gershwin or Irving Berlin. His sophisticated yet breezy productions borrowed from cool jazz, soul, Brazilian bossa nova, and traditional pop to virtually define and undoubtedly transcend the staid forms of Brill Building adult pop during the 1960s.

Born May 12, 1928, in Kansas City, he studied cello, drums, and piano as a child, and was later transplanted to New York City by his father, a syndicated columnist. The time spent in New York gave him a chance to sneak into clubs to watch his bebop heroes Dizzy Gillespie and Charlie Parker; he also played in several jazz bands during the 1940s. Bacharach studied music theory and composition at the Mannes School in New York, at Berkshire Music Center, at the New School for Social Research (with Darius Milhaud), at Montreal's McGill University, and at the Music Academy of the West in Santa Barbara, CA. A period in the Army interrupted his concentration of music study, but even while serving in Germany, Bacharach arranged and played piano for a dance band.

He also played in nightclubs and backed Steve Lawrence, the Ames Brothers, and Paula Stewart. Bacharach was discharged in 1952, and he married Stewart on December 22nd of the following year. On returning to the U.

He began writing songs for Lawrence, Patti Page, the Ames Brothers, and others, but his first hit came from Marty Robbins in late 1957 when Robbins took "The Story of My Life" to the American Top 20 and the number one spot in England. The single was also notable for its co-composer, Hal David, who became Bacharach's songwriting partner and collaborated on most of his big hits. The Bacharach/David team followed up in January 1958 with Perry Como's "Magic Moments, " another U. Chart-topper and a Top Five entry in America.

Bacharach's marriage dissolved in 1958, and he left for Europe to tour with Marlene Dietrich. At an arranging session, he found the singer who became the ultimate vehicle for his songs: Dionne Warwick who was working as a member of the Drifters' backup vocal group, the Gospelaires.

By late 1962, Bacharach and David began focusing most of their composing energy on Warwick, who was the recipient of 15 Top 40 singles from 1962 to 1968 including the Top Tens "Anyone Who Had a Heart, " "Walk on By, " "Message to Michael, " "I Say a Little Prayer, " "Valley of the Dolls, " and Do You Know the Way to San Jose? The duo also remained dominant in England, where Frankie Vaughan, Cilla Black, Sandie Shaw, the Walker Brothers, and Herb Alpert all hit number one with Bacharach/David compositions. As if their schedule wasn't busy enough throughout the'60s, the songwriters contributed film scores for What's New Pussycat?

The film featuring their most celebrated score, Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid (1969), won Oscars for Best Original Score and Best Theme Song for "Raindrops Keep Fallin' on My Head" (plus two non-musical Academy Awards). Bacharach and David began working on the musical Promises, Promises in the late'60s; it won a Tony and a Grammy Award (for cast album) during a popular three-year Broadway run. Bacharach hit the charts himself in 1969, with the show's "I'll Never Fall in Love Again" reaching the Top 100. Surprisingly, this was not his only foray into recording; Bacharach had reached number four in the U. Charts in May 1965 with "Trains and Boats and Planes, " and he released several popular solo albums during the late'60s.

The beginning of the'70s looked bright for Burt Bacharach, as the Carpenters took "(They Long to Be) Close to You" to number one in the U. The forecast was premature, though, as three of his closest partners -- Hal David, Dionne Warwick, and his second wife Angie Dickinson -- left him. He gathered several accolades for an eponymous 1971 album featuring renditions of his previous hit compositions, but later albums were disappointing and Bacharach's next hit was over a decade in coming. Finally in 1981, he collaborated with Christopher Cross, Carole Bayer Sager, and Peter Allen on the Oscar-winning Arthur's Theme. " Bacharach married Bayer Sager just one year later, and together they wrote Roberta Flack's Top 20 hit "Making Love, " as well as "Heartlight which Neil Diamond took to number five.

Once Bacharach resumed composing he began to hit, and 1986 was one of his finest years, with two American number ones: "That's What Friends Are For" (by an all-star group including Warwick, Elton John, Gladys Knight, and Stevie Wonder) and a duet by Patti LaBelle and Michael McDonald titled On My Own. " He divorced Sager in 1991, but worked with Dionne Warwick again two years later on "Sunny Weather Love, from her Friends Can Be Lovers album.

Also in 1993, Bacharach contributed songs to James Ingram, Earth, Wind & Fire, and Tevin Campbell. Around the same time, many alternative bands began name-checking the hitmaker as an influence, and Oasis frontman Noel Gallagher joined him on the stage of the Royal Albert Hall as well as including a picture of him on the cover of Oasis' Definitely Maybe. BBC-TV focused on Bacharach in a January 1996 documentary, and a three-disc retrospective of his compositions was released by Rhino in 1998.

That same year he collaborated with Elvis Costello on the acclaimed Painted From Memory, and was celebrated at an all-star concert at Radio City Music Hall which later formed the basis for the LP One Amazing Night. The 2005 album At This Time found Bacharach writing lyrics for the first time. Tonio K helped with the lyrics, Elvis Costello, Dr.

Dre, Chris Botti, and Rufus Wainwright also contributed to the album. Burt Bacharach appropriately comes up with a rambunctious soundtrack for the 1967 James Bond spoof, Casino Royale. Things get underway with Herb Alpert and the Tijuana Brass' performance of the fast-paced main title, which features the usual Bacharach mix of pop phrasing and complex arrangements; this theme is subsequently augmented with a lush string arrangement and marching band rhythms on "Sir James' Trip to Find Mata" and turns into a mod rock jam during Flying Saucer First Stop Berlin. Bacharach excelled at these kinds of musical cut-ups, but thankfully he used liberal doses of humor and melody to keep the proceedings from turning too rarefied or messy. At times, the humor even turns to camp, as it does with the manic hodgepodge of circus themes, gypsy music, and lounge grind on Home James, Don't Spare the Horses.

" The more recognizable and certainly more straightforward side of Bacharach is here, too, on the Dusty Springfield smash "The Look of Love. Those new to his music, though, should first check out collections on Rhino or Hip-O, which feature original hit versions of his popular songs. DVD-Audio, DVD-Video, Double Sided - 24/96 & 24/192. This listing is for a rare DAD Audio & Video CD, featuring. Burt Bacharach / Dusty Springfield / Herb Alpert & the Tijuana Brass.

DAD Audio / Video CD Title & Tracks. Casino Royale - James Bond 007.

Casino Royale Theme (Main Title) - Performer Herb Alpert & The Tijuana Brass - 2:34 2. The Look Of Love (Vocal) - Lyrics By Hal David Vocals Dusty Springfield - 4:00 3. Le Chiffre's Torture Of The Mind - 2:08 5. Home James, Don't Spare The Horses - 1:28 6. Sir James' Trip To Find Mata - 3:46 7.

The Look Of Love (Instrumental) - 2:40 8. Hi There Miss Goodthighs - 1:12 9. Little French Boy - 2:22 10.

Flying SaucerFirst Stop Berlin - 2:52 11. The Venerable Sir James Bond - 2:50 12. Dream On James, You're Winning - 1:15 13. The Big Cowboys And Indians Fight At Casino Royale - 4:50 14.

Casino Royale Theme (Reprise) - Performer Herb Alpert & The Tijuana Brass. Artwork [Uncredited] Bob McGinnis Composed By, Conductor Burt Bacharach Engineer [Recording] Jack Clegg Liner Notes Mort Goode Producer [Recording] Phil Ramone. Dusty Springfield, Herb Alpert & the Tijuana Brass. 24/192 PCM data playable on DVD-Audio players one side, and 24/96 PCM data playable on standard DVD players on the other.

An Original Soundtrack Recording All selections published by Colgems Music Corp. A1, B7 courtesy of A & M Records A2 courtesy of Phillips Records Recorded in London, England. Manufactured and distributed by RCA Printed in U.

Manufactured By Classic Records, Inc. Distributed By Classic Records, Inc. The DAD (Digital Audio & Video Disc) CD is from the. DAD made in the USA. The DAD CD, JEWEL CASE AND INSERTS are in. The CD does not appear to have any marks on the reflective sides of the disc surface, when play tested on our audio system, it performed. See the pictures with this listing as these are of the actual item. This CD is an audiophile quality pressing any collector of fine MFSL, half speeds, direct to discs, Japanese/UK pressings etc. Can attest to the difference a quality pressing can make to an audio system. Don't let this rarity slip by!! The item "CLASSIC RECORDS CD HDAD-2007 Casino Royale James Bond, Burt Bacharach, 1999 USA" is in sale since Thursday, November 1, 2018.

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  • Genre: Soundtracks & Musicals
  • Record Label: Classic Records / Colgems
  • Artist: Burt Bacharach, Dusty Springfield
  • Country/Region of Manufacture: United States
  • Style: Film Score/Soundtrack
  • Duration: Album
  • Release Year: 1999
  • Title: Casino Royale - James Bond 007
  • Special Attributes: Made in the USA
  • Edition: DVD - Audio


CLASSIC RECORDS CD HDAD-2007 Casino Royale James Bond, Burt Bacharach, 1999 USA    CLASSIC RECORDS CD HDAD-2007 Casino Royale James Bond, Burt Bacharach, 1999 USA