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StreamingSoundtracks.com - On Her Majesty's Secret Service - John Barry
Album Information
Cover
Album On Her Majesty's Secret Service
Artist John Barry
Year 1969
Genre Soundtrack
Rating
ASIN B000087DS2


Request Buy # Track Listing Length Played
No Link 02 This Never Happened To The Other Feller
John Barry
5:02 22
Amazon 03 Try
John Barry
3:24 9
AmazoniTunes 04 Ski Chase
John Barry
3:36 29
No Link 06 Main Theme - On Her Majesty's Secret Service
John Barry
2:33 78
AmazoniTunes 07 Journey To Blofeld's Hideaway
John Barry
4:50 16
AmazoniTunes 08 We Have All The Time In The World
John Barry
2:58 56
AmazoniTunes 09 Over And Out
John Barry
3:09 17
AmazoniTunes 10 Battle At Piz Gloria
John Barry
4:01 12
No Link 11 Tracey's Death / End Title
John Barry
4:33 11
No Link 12 Tracey's Problems / Journey To Draco's Hideaway
John Barry
3:36 6
AmazoniTunes 13 Bond And Draco
John Barry
4:32 29
AmazoniTunes 14 Gumbold's Safe
John Barry
4:57 10
AmazoniTunes 15 Bond Settles In
John Barry
2:14 5
AmazoniTunes 16 Bond Meets The Girls
John Barry
3:25 10
AmazoniTunes 17 Dusk At Piz Gloria
John Barry
2:30 11
AmazoniTunes 18 Sir Hillary's Night Out (Who Will Buy My Yesterdays?)
John Barry
4:45 10
AmazoniTunes 19 Blofeld's Plot
John Barry
5:18 6
Amazon 20 Escape From Piz Gloria
John Barry
4:51 24
Amazon 21 Bobsled Chase
John Barry
2:00 5

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1 review done for this album.


A review by James Southall found on movie-wave.net
By: Angel
Date: 4 Jul 2010
Rating:
On Her Majesty's Secret Service, the sixth outing for Bond, is a paradox of a movie - a pathetic, laughable performance by George Lazenby as Bond is countered by an intelligent and satisfying plot and a great, great score by John Barry.

It was notable as the first movie since the series really found its feet not to feature a title song - well, the title wouldn't really lend itself too well to lyrics - but instead a strident, thrilling instrumental theme by Barry which captured the imagination of a whole generation of fans and in its way sums up not only the sexiness and excitement of the Bond movies of the time, but the sexiness and excitement of life in Britain at the time. Nobody could have done it better than Barry (as has been seen since).

The other main idea in the score is the love theme. The unthinkable happens - Bond gets married, to Diana Rigg, who is then brutally murdered. Somehow Barry and lyricist Hal David managed to sum all this up with the ironically-titled "We Have All The Time in the World", made all the more poignant by Louis Armstrong's performance, the last he ever gave in a recording studio. Everything about the song is perfect - the beautiful main melody, the brilliant arrangement, the touching lyrics, Armstrong's throaty performance - and it has rightfully become an untouchable standard. It's the best song Barry's ever written - and he's written some good songs in his time. The various instrumental versions on the album are highly-attractive too, not least the previously-unreleased "Journey to Draco's Hideaway".

Not entirely clear from the original album is the amount of action music in the score, which can now be corrected. Of course, we were always familiar with "This Never Happened to the Other Feller" and "Battle at Piz Gloria", but now these can be joined by things like "Escape from Piz Gloria" and "Bobsled Chase". Another unreleased gem is the suspenseful "Gumbold's Safe", after which Barry fans have clamoured for years (34 of them to be precise). And finally we get the original version of the gorgeous "Who Will Buy My Yesterdays?" theme, later released on a Barry compilation, presented here as "Sir Hillary's Night Out". Also a joy to hear are the snippets of extra music that have been added to tracks we've heard before, like the gunbarrel music being added to the start of "This Never Happened to the Other Feller" and so on.



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