We have all over the world to debate the relative merits of 50 years of James Bond music, as we add a new entry like Billy Ilish’s “No Time to Die” every time. And in the case of the movie of that name, a long-distance Bond song has been revived for the soundtrack-Louis Armstrong’s “We Have All the Time in the World” প্রwith which the effect is that everyone can completely reconsider where that love is “On Her Majesty’s Secret Service “Its theme, now it reminds us of the sad Daniel Craig instead of the sad George Legenby.
The following is an unfinished list of 26 Bond songs rated from best to worst. A word of caution: I have the least respect or affection for every tune in the catalog – even the Jack Black and Madonna tracks, they deserve the black eye from the vast majority of Bond buffs, but the least credit they deserve is… OK, very little credit… but rather fearless For which would rather lean towards an algebraic formula. The fact is that we love our post-Bassi Bond music the most when it supports it among others while adhering to tradition in some ways. It could be Paul McCartney breaking a sinister string with a stupid reggae bridge in “Live and Let Die”, or it could work on the subtle sleeves of Ellis and Phineas Monty Norman’s “James Bond theme” otherwise the “spy cord” ”… That is, E Minor Major 9 which means“ Bond, James Bond ”the rest of the time.