As I’ve noted here before, I’ve been an Ian Fleming aficionado and a huge fan of the James Bond films since I first saw Dr. No when I was a kid.
An important element of the successful Bond film series has been the music, especially the lush, orchestrated music of composer and conducer John Barry.
From the James Bond theme in Dr. No to Goldfinger and beyond, John Barry’s film scores evoke suspense, thrilling action and romance. Successors to Barry have carried on the James Bond musical tradition.
I just watched Amazon Prime Video’s most interesting documentary about the 60 years of Bond film music.