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There's also a nice link between the melody of the titletrack which is sadly missing here for the first time ever on a Bond-soundtrack and the famous James Bond Theme.
Also, the titletrack is - in true John Barry style - nicely woven into parts of the score. In short, Casino Royale is - in my opinion - Arnold's first decent Bond-soundtrack.
Initially I didn't care much for the soundtrack as it is missing that distinctive, James Bond sound. I especially didn't the theme song.
Over time it is not good. It is not up there with previous Bond classic soundtracks like Gold finger or even Live and Let Die.
As soundtracks go, it's not a bad buy. As a James Bond soundtrack, it's mediocre at best. See all reviews. Top reviews from other countries.
This is the third Bond soundtrack from Music on Vinyl and as always the presentation is superb, with gatefold sleeve, poster and great photo record sleeves.
They have previously issued Spectre and Skyfall. The album arrived as stated, safe and securely. The discs are flat with no surface noise.
Would recommend for all Bond fans and anyone who likes film music. Arnold's talent for new original music, yet tinged with that specific style that tells you that is a James Bond film, cannot be underestimated.
I would be failing if I did not mention the orchestra on this recording. Under the baton of conductor Nicholas Dodds, these hand-picked musicians give perfect accounts of every 'cue' in this score, from the shortest, quiet atmospheric encounter to the 12 minute rampaging excitement of the Miami Airport sequence!
A remarkable achievement by everyone involved. Delivery was very quick. Report abuse. After the too-often bland mechanics of The World is Not Enough and the unimpressive techno stylings of Die Another Day, David Arnold's score for Casino Royale marked a return to the more John Barryesque approach of his Tomorrow Never Dies, with even a few touches of Stargate in there as well.
Despite there being only a few references to the title song curiously not included on the CD in the score, there's less of the post-Barry problem of Bond scores with no thematic consistency here, with Arnold's most notable main theme being an insistent, physically aggressive but slightly less relentless than expected action theme.
The Bond theme itself only appears in the final cue in a particularly robust retro rendition. There are more quiet moments and sensual this time round over the length of its 74 minutes City of Lovers probably the best.
It's not one of the great Bond scores by any means, but in a poor year for film music it's one of the better recent efforts.
Be warned, the track listing contains one massive giveaway if you haven't seen the film yet! Likes this a lot good bond album enjoyable music music so fast pace and for bonds first mission great really enjoyable.
With Casino Royale , the James Bond franchise gets a "reboot", ala Batman Begins , and a new actor Daniel Craig has come in to replace Pierce Brosnan after four outings as Apparently Le Chiffre made a few bad bets, and Bond hopes to beat him to force him into a position whereby he will have to comply with MI6 - or be killed by his terrorist backers for losing their money.
Casino Royale shows us where Bond came from, and over the course of the film, he is hurt - both physically, and emotionally. In its stead, we get subtle hints and nods at the theme, while being exposed to plenty of thematic material based on a song that Arnold co-wrote with Chris Cornell, "You Know My Name".
Arnold also penned two love themes, which have a pleasing John Barry-esque orchestration. The addition of ethnic percussion and plucked instruments help add a dash of flavor as well, befitting of the post-title chase sequence in Madagascar.
Splashes of melodic phrases from "You Know My Name" show up here, as well as through much of the album. A love theme for the first Bond girl, Solange Caterina Murino is heard in "Solange" and "Trip Aces", the latter of which gives us a taste of the Bond theme as well.
The other love theme is heard in "Vesper", and then subsequently in "City of Lovers" and "Death of Vesper", a tender melody performed primarily on strings and pianos.
There are a few times that the James Bond theme starts to peek through, but turns out to be a rendition of "You Know My Name", allowing it to serve as an ancestor to what will be come the well known Monty Norman theme.
It uses bursts of "You Know My Name" throughout, as do the other action tracks, "Stairwell Fight" and "The End of an Aston Martin". There are also a number of low key tension cues, usually heard when Bond is exploring, or playing poker at the casino "Unauthorised Access", "CCTV", "The Tell", "The Bad Die Young".
By the end of the film, Bond has gone through a lot, leaving him emotionally and physically scarred. All Versions Edit Release Sell This Item.
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Manufactured By — Classic Records, Inc. Distributed By — Classic Records, Inc. Look, for a "flop" the movie has stood the test of time.
It's on more often than successes from the era! How many so called flops from 40 years ago still sell DVD's and soundtracks?
Don't have the movie yet? Here 'tis! First of all, let me say that I just love this movie. David Niven, Woody Allen, Orson Wells, and Peter Sellers are absolutely fantastic in this little romp.
To put the cherry on the whole sundae, Hal David, Dusty Springfield, Burt Bacharach, and Herb Alpert do a perfectly wonderful piece of work doing the music.
About the only glich I could find was that they didn't include the final vocal where Woody Allen, as Jamie Bond, gets sent down below after everyone dies.
Except for that, it's a truly wonderful CD full of some truly wonderful music! It's Burt Bacharach and Herb Albert!
Good quality recording. Gave it a 4 ONLY because was VERY disappointed that did not include the ending credits song with singing.
Had to down load that song separately from iTunes. UNLESS you have a family member dying and their final wish is to listen to that album just one In that case and only that case is it worth the higher price.
Fun to play at at party bounce house for kids. Replaced an original Colgems vinyl edition with this. This is a very good CD. I had forgotten how good the music from this movie was.
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Money Penny Goes for Broke Burt Bacharach. Le Chiffre's Torture of the Mind Burt Bacharach. Home James, Don't Spare the Horses Burt Bacharach.The main title theme to the James Bond spoof 'Casino Royale' and the first track of the soundtrack composed by Burt Bacharach (taken from the original v. since I'm uploading spy-themed soundtracks, here's one of the best ever!The ORIGINAL "Casino Royale!"(This was dubbed from an exceptionally clean original. Casino Royale: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack. The soundtrack to the film Casino Royale was released by Sony Classical on November 14, The music was composed by David Arnold and is Arnold's fourth soundtrack for the popular James Bond movie series. Frequent collaborator Nicholas Dodd orchestrated and conducted the score. Casino Royale () SoundTracks on IMDb: Memorable quotes and exchanges from movies, TV series and more. While the arrival of latest Bond Daniel Craig inspired the producers to forge a long-overdue prequel plot gambit ("How Bond became Bond") for their Casino Royale redux, composer David Arnold's fourth Bond score helps bridge the past while subtly pushing it ever forward. The album's absence of a pop-song title single (though the melody of the Arnold/Chris Cornell-composed "You Know My Name" is interpolated into the underscore) isn't terribly shocking, considering the waning fortunes of recent.