Given that our last highly pleasurable session of aural lovemaking wasn't a completely limp disappointment, we may as well go for sloppy seconds now that you're all warmed up.
Just to reiterate for unbelievably lucky / unforgivably late newcomers, this is a weekly playlist of movie music, bound by a common theme, that I like to imply took ages to craft into a perfectly arranged, mutually complimentary selection of interwoven tuneage but which I actually threw together a few minutes ago. You'll need to download Spotify to hear it, which you can do right here. It's free so don't get your credit card out unless you want to pay me for all the amazingness I've given you over the last year and a bit, which would be both lovely and long overdue.
This week it's music from the Bond films of the 1960s, which is obviously when it was at its most sleazily, sexifully ace. John Barry scored all six of the sixties' Bonds (we do not speak of the 1967 spoof Casino Royale in this house, although it does have an incredible soundtrack), and he did an unspeakably good job of it. His part in creating the Bond of the films is as important as directors Terence Young and Guy Hamilton, producers Cubby Broccoli and Harry Salzman, set designer Ken Adam and even that Scottish milkman with the dodgy syrup.
So to get you in the mood, why not have casual sex with a string of improbably beautiful women, blow up a military installation, make a dreadful one-liner and enjoy some of the sounds that LITERALLY CHANGED THE WORLD.
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SATURDAY FEATURE #2:
JAMES BOND IN THE '60s
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