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Live And Let Die (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)

Various Artists

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1.1
Live And Let Die
Paul McCartney And Wings
3:11
1.2
Just A Closer Walk With Thee/New Second Line (From "Live And Let Die" Soundtrack/Remastered 2003 / feat. Olympia Brass)
Harold A. "Duke" Dejan; Olympia Brass
2:13
1.3
Bond Meets Solitaire (From "Live And Let Die" Soundtrack/Remastered 2002)
George Martin
2:41
1.4
Whisper Who Dares (From "Live And Let Die" Soundtrack/Remastered 2002)
George Martin
1:42
1.5
Snakes Alive (From "Live And Let Die" Soundtrack/Remastered 2002)
George Martin
2:42
1.6
Baron Samedi's Dance Of Death (From "Live And Let Die" Soundtrack/Remastered 2002)
George Martin
1:42
1.7
San Monique (From "Live And Let Die" Soundtrack/Remastered 2002)
George Martin
1:57
1.8
Fillet Of Soul-New Orleans/ Live And Let Die/ Fillet Of Soul-Harlem (From "Live And Let Die" Soundtrack/Remastered 2002)
B.J. Arnau
3:20
1.9
Bond Drops In (From "Live And Let Die" Soundtrack/Remastered 2002)
George Martin
3:34
1.10
If He Finds It, Kill Him (From "Live And Let Die" Soundtrack/Remastered 2002)
George Martin
1:20
1.11
Trespassers Will Be Eaten (From "Live And Let Die" Soundtrack/Remastered 2002)
George Martin
2:45
1.12
Solitaire Gets Her Cards (From "Live And Let Die" Soundtrack/Remastered 2002)
George Martin
1:51
1.13
Sacrifice (From "Live And Let Die" Soundtrack/Remastered 2002)
George Martin
3:21
1.14
James Bond Theme (From "Live And Let Die" Soundtrack/Remastered 2002)
George Martin
1:48
Total Playing Time    34:07
Billboard Hot 100 - #2, 1973 - Live And Let Die “... McCartney reunited with Beatles producer George Martin and wound up scoring one of his biggest post-Fab smashes." - Rolling Stone The Live And Let Die soundtrack marked several musical firsts: it was the first James Bond soundtrack that did not involve John Barry, it was the first time a rock song was used as a Bond theme and it was Paul McCartney's first post-Beatles reunion with producer George Martin. The title track has become one of McCartney's biggest hit singles: Live And Let Die was nominated in 1974 for an Academy Award for Best Original Song, it sold over a million copies and peaked at number two on the Billboard Hot 100.
192 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Capitol Records Studio Masters

Tracks 1-14 – contains high-resolution digital transfers of material originating from an analogue master source

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