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Topic: “That Peter Franks fella’s escaped”

LOVE that single beat “Whamp!” that follows, just before the elevator fight...

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Have you got the remastered 2003 CD, nobody?

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Grammatically, this should be "Have you got the remastered 2003 CD, anyone?" 

I'm disapoointed in you, Barbel.

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ajb007/lol  ajb007/lol  ajb007/lol

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Barbel wrote:

Have you got the remastered 2003 CD, nobody?

No, I haven’t. I was just watching on Amazon Prime.

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nobody wrote:

LOVE that single beat “Whamp!” that follows, just before the elevator fight...

So do I.  ajb007/bond  A good example of how playful DAF is, score included.

Critics and material I don't need. I haven't changed my act in 49 years.

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That is an amazing part of the score. A classic John Barry hit.

As for the remastered CD, it's at the very end of it. Really goes out with a bang.

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Just had a listen on Spotify. That's the one!

Matt S wrote:

That is an amazing part of the score. A classic John Barry hit.

As for the remastered CD, it's at the very end of it. Really goes out with a bang.

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nobody wrote:

Just had a listen on Spotify. That's the one!

Matt S wrote:

That is an amazing part of the score. A classic John Barry hit.

As for the remastered CD, it's at the very end of it. Really goes out with a bang.

I just listened to it again yesterday. I just love that compilation of extras at the end of the score. So much amazing source music in there too. People always praise Barry's scores, but his source music is another thing that makes his Bond scores so special. Barry has a strong identity as a composer, but he was able to step away from that to write source music that always sounded authentic.