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David Arnold - Shaken And Stirred (The David Arnold James Bond Project) download album

  • Performer: David Arnold
  • Title: Shaken And Stirred (The David Arnold James Bond Project)
  • Genre: Jazz / Pop
  • Country: Europe
  • Formats: XM AAC DTS ASF AIFF MP2 WAV
  • Released: 1997
  • Style: Drum n Bass, Electro, Downtempo, Disco, Easy Listening, Smooth Jazz
  • MP3 album: 1177 mb
  • FLAC album: 1172 mb
  • Rating: 4.2/5
  • Votes: 893
David Arnold - Shaken And Stirred (The David Arnold James Bond Project) download album

Shaken and Stirred: The David Arnold James Bond Project is an album of cover versions of James Bond film themes organized and produced by David Arnold. Featuring contemporary rock and electronic artists of the time, it was compiled by Arnold in 1997 and released on East West Records in the United Kingdom and Sire Records in the United States. Following this project, Arnold would go on to compose the music for a number of Bond films.

Complete your David Arnold collection. I imagine David Arnold being at the peak of his life when he was told that he will be responsible for the following James Bond soundtracks, because this album shows the ammount of love and respect he gives for John Barry and all the songs. and some that aren't so. David McAlmont is an underrated singer, but I don't get his falsetto for "Diamonds are forever

I imagine David Arnold being at the peak of his life when he was told that he will be responsible for the following James Bond soundtracks, because this album shows the ammount of love and respect he gives for John Barry and all the songs. David McAlmont is an underrated singer, but I don't get his falsetto for "Diamonds are forever

More David Arnold albums. Paul (Music From the Motion Picture). Casino Royale: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack. Shaken and Stirred: The David Arnold James Bond Project. About Genius Contributor Guidelines Press Advertise Event Space.

This album has an average beat per minute of 107 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 80/162 BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page. Tracklist Shaken and Stirred: The David Arnold James Bond Project. 1. Diamonds Are Forever. The James Bond Theme. 162 BPM. 7. Live and Let Die. 2'44. 80 BPM. 8. Thunderball.

David Arnold - The James Bond Theme mp3. David Arnold - Live And Let Die mp3. David Arnold - Thunderball mp3. 9. David Arnold - From Russia With Love mp3. 10. David Arnold - On Her Majesty's Secret Service mp3. 11. David Arnold - We Have All The Time In The World mp3. mp3 Player. Music video: Watch now David Arnold's video clip of album "Shaken And Stirred (The David Arnold James Bond Project)".

David Arnold is a film and television composer most recognized for his work in the James Bond franchise, with directors Roland Emmerich and John Singleton, and on the Sherlock TV series. Also a producer, arranger, and t, he's crossed over to the pop/rock realm to work with artist such as Damien Rice and Garbage. Born in Luton, England, Arnold grew up with an interest in music and participated in school music ensembles and later played in bands, both through college. He was invited back to score the Bond films The World Is Not Enough (1999), Die Another Day (2002), Daniel Craig's debut Casino Royale (2006), and Quantum of Solace (2008). Among several other film and TV projects during the 2000s, Arnold also became a regular collaborator with director John Singleton, composing music for his Shaft (2000), Baby Boy (2001), 2 Fast 2 Furious (2003), and Four Brothers (2005).

Discover all of this album's music connections, watch videos, listen to music, discuss and download. Diamonds Are Forever by David Arnold feat. is a cover of. Diamonds Are Forever by Shirley Bassey (1971). All Time High by David Arnold feat. All Time High by Rita Coolidge (1983). Moonraker by David Arnold feat. Moonraker (Main Title) by Shirley Bassey (1979). From Russia With Love by David Arnold feat. From Russia With Love by Matt Monro and Lionel Bart (1963). Thunderball by David Arnold feat. Martin Fry.

The James Bond Theme (feat. Live and Let Die (feat. Chrissie Hynde), 02:43. On Her Majesty's Secret Service (feat. Propellerheads), 09:25. We Have All the Time In the World (feat.

Tracklist

Diamonds Are Forever 3:54
Nobody Does It Better 4:25
Space March 5:31
All Time High 4:32
Moonraker 3:56
The James Bond Theme 6:59
Live And Let Die 2:44
Thunderball 4:15
From Russia With Love 3:11
On Her Majesty's Secret Service 9:26
We Have All The Time In The World 3:41

Versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
3984-20738-2 David Arnold Shaken And Stirred (The David Arnold James Bond Project) ‎(CD, Album) EastWest 3984-20738-2 Europe 1997
CD 20738 David Arnold Shaken And Stirred (The David Arnold James Bond Project) ‎(CD, Album) Sire CD 20738 Canada 1997
3984-20738-2 David Arnold Shaken And Stirred (The David Arnold James Bond Project) ‎(CD, Album) EastWest 3984-20738-2 Australia 1997
31011 David Arnold Shaken And Stirred (The David Arnold James Bond Project) ‎(CD, Album) Sire 31011 US 1997
WICD 5254 K David Arnold Shaken And Stirred (The David Arnold James Bond Project) ‎(CD, Album) EastWest WICD 5254 K South Africa 1997
3984-20738-2 David Arnold Shaken And Stirred (The David Arnold James Bond Project) ‎(CD, Album) EastWest 3984-20738-2 Europe 1997
3984-20738-4 David Arnold Shaken And Stirred (The David Arnold James Bond Project) ‎(Cass, Album) Warner Music Poland, EastWest 3984-20738-4 Poland 1997
3984-20738-4 David Arnold Shaken And Stirred (The David Arnold James Bond Project) ‎(Cass, Album) EastWest 3984-20738-4 Europe 1997
3984-20738-4 David Arnold Shaken And Stirred (The David Arnold James Bond Project) ‎(Cass, Album) EastWest 3984-20738-4 UK 1997
none David Arnold Shaken And Stirred (The David Arnold James Bond Project) ‎(LP, Album, TP) Not On Label none UK 1997
PROP265, 3984-20738-2 David Arnold Shaken And Stirred ‎(CD, Album, Promo) EastWest, EastWest PROP265, 3984-20738-2 Europe 1997
SAM 3107 David Arnold Shaken And Stirred: The David Arnold James Bond Project ‎(CD, Promo) Warner Music UK Ltd. SAM 3107 UK 1997
398420738-2 David Arnold Shaken And Stirred (The David Arnold James Bond Project) ‎(CD, Album) EastWest 398420738-2 Brazil 1998
AMCE-2173 David Arnold Shaken And Stirred (The David Arnold James Bond Project) ‎(CD, Album) EastWest AMCE-2173 Japan 1998
3984-20738-2 David Arnold Shaken And Stirred (The David Arnold James Bond Project) ‎(CD, Album, RP) EastWest 3984-20738-2 Europe 1999

Reviews about David Arnold - Shaken And Stirred (The David Arnold James Bond Project) (3):
Fegelv
Does anyone have any info on the promo copy that was released which featured Björk's 'You Only Live Twice', before she pulled the track from the project at the last minute? The track leaked because of the existence of said-promo.
Quashant
I imagine David Arnold being at the peak of his life when he was told that he will be responsible for the following James Bond soundtracks, because this album shows the ammount of love and respect he gives for John Barry and all the songs. Interestingly enough, despite being a cover album with lots of different talents, it is a very good one, with some covers that nearly surpass the originals... and some that aren't so.David McAlmont is an underrated singer, but I don't get his falsetto for "Diamonds are forever. Aimee Mann does a wonderful "Nobody Does it better", being more psychodelic, sexy and catchy than the original (with all its 90s flavour in it). Leftfield and Bukem do a kind of "dub" of the two themes, more than a retake, which are fine by themselves and show how capable they were as producers. I don't like Jarvis delivery in "All time high", but I love how Iggy Pop fits "We have all the time in the world". Sarah Nelson is a good Shirley Basey for the 90s, Martyn Fry sings "Thunderball" with confidence and fun, and Natascha Atlas makes "From Russia With Love" feel a bit too brief. So the highlights for me are two: Crissie Hynde adding noise to "Live and let die", and most of all, the most wonderful of the colaborations: Propellerheads retaking "On Her Majesty's Secret Service" in their breakbeat style (and with some Space March in between) and turning John Barry into 90s electronica.And behind all of them, David Arnold arranging with taste, competence, subtlety when necessary. No wonder he was chosen as the next John Barry.
Wenyost
Candi Staton just posted her version of "You Only Live Twice", which must have been recorded for this project but not used because of "my manager at the time, got into a negotiation impasse with East West Records and walked away from the project". It's unfortunate it was not included, as it's quite gorgeous! https://soundcloud.com/candi-staton/you-only-live-twice-by-candi-staton

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