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Quartet Records and MGM presents the first official vinyl reissue of Burt Bacharach’s timeless classic soundtrack for the 1967 James Bond spoof Casino Royale! The infectious main theme performed by Herb Alpert and the Tijuana Brass is just the starting point of an epic comedy ride that includes such highlights as the unforgettable “The Look.
Burt Bacharach appropriately comes up with a rambunctious soundtrack for the 1967 James Bond spoof, Casino Royale. Things get underway with Herb Alpert and the Tijuana Brass' performance of the fast-paced main title, which features the usual Bacharach mix of pop phrasing and complex arrangements; this theme is subsequently augmented with a lush string arrangement and marching band rhythms on.
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The soundtrack instead runs towards the more original contemporary bond feel of the original John Barry composer. Plus, this soundtrack is a prequel and can be said that it fits perfectly in front of the fist bond film Dr. No. It doesnt play the acctual bond theme untill the end of the film and the soundtrack making this a lead up to the upcomming sequels that are already out like the Connery.
First Edition, Third Impression of CASINO ROYALE by Ian Fleming. Published by Jonathan Cape of London, 1954, considering the RAREST CAPE PUBLISHED IMPRESSION, with less than 1000 copies printed. This copy is a clean example with the original unclipped dust jacket book, having the same artwork as the first edition. Very scarce title and a wonderful alternative to the first edition, first.
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The second adaptation was a very campy celebrity-cameo type of satirical film with 1967’s Casino Royale starring David Niven and Ursula Andress, the original Bond girl Honey Rider in Dr. No. G.