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Bond for Orchestra

Bond for Orchestra

4.0 1
by Guy Barker

Product Details

Release Date:
Carl Davis Collect


Album Credits

Performance Credits

Guy Barker   Primary Artist,Trumpet
Ian Thomas   Drums
Andy Pask   Bass Guitar
Andy Vinter   Guitar
Adam Goldsmith   Guitar
Steve Socci   Latin Percussion
Dave Holmes   Guitar
Pavel Sporcl   Violin
Philharmonia Orchestra   Performing Ensemble
Carl Davis   Conductor

Technical Credits

Paul McCartney   Composer
Michel Legrand   Composer
Burt Bacharach   Composer
Marvin Hamlisch   Composer
Lionel Bart   Composer
Bill Conti   Composer
John Barry   Composer
Alan Bergman   Composer
Leslie Bricusse   Composer
Madonna   Composer
Jeffrey Cohen   Composer
Chris Cornell   Composer
Hal David   Composer
Simon LeBon   Composer
Mick Leeson   Composer
Linda McCartney   Composer
Narada Michael Walden   Composer
Anthony Newley   Composer
Monty Norman   Composer
Paul Pritchard   Pro-Tools
Nick Rhodes   Composer
Pål Waaktaar   Composer
Tim Rice   Composer
Graham Warren   Music Librarian
Paul Hewson   Composer
Andy Vinter   Arranger,Orchestration
Chris Egan   Arranger,Producer,Orchestration
Andrew Dudman   Engineering
Jack White   Composer
Mirwais Ahmadzaï   Composer
Dave Moore   Engineering
David Arnold   Composer
John Taylor   Composer
Carl Davis   Liner Notes
Don Black   Composer
Walter Afansieff   Composer
David Howell Evans   Composer
Lesley Applebee   Music Librarian

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Bond for Orchestra 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
lollidamaAC More than 1 year ago
This is hardly a novel concept. There are many collections of Bond main titles arranged for orchestra, good and not so good. This generous assemblage is very good. The playing of the Philharmonia, an outfit with a long tradition of recording film music, is topnotch. Where the music calls out for some swing and bounce, the players deliver effortlessly. The absence of vocals is usually a deal breaker. With arrangements this skilled, it can be overlooked. Toss in nice solo turns by Pavel Sporcil (violin) and Buy Barker (trumpet), the result is a well served up light tuneful program, very well recorded.