As we have now covered all the movie soundtracks to date we thought it might be fun to branch out with our Bond music podcast series and take a look at some of the “spin-off” albums out there. Alan had the lead for the first in this new series and picked David Arnold’s Shaken & Stirred project.
You can check out our discussion of the album and, as usual, or six track picks by tuning in here.
If, like us, you enjoy collecting the various James Bond trading cards sets but need a little help in figuring out which set is which and when they were released, then check out our new OO7 Trading Cards page were we summarize the details of over 50 cards sets published to date.
We were delighted to recently be asked to join Edgar and Matt of the excellent James Bond Complex podcast for a wide ranging conversation about all things 007 related. It was a fun and at times insightful conversation with some great questions.
You can tune in to the podcast HERE or watch along on YouTube.
The guys at the excellent Central Intelligence Cinema podcast were crazy enough to ask us to be the first guests on their new “Special Operations Debrief” shows. We had a great time discussing many aspects of Bond geekdom as well as diving into some of the details of the The James Bond Lexicon.
You can listen the the conversation HERE.
We were honored to be asked to appear on an episode of KTRS Radio’s Geek To Me pop-culture show in early May. We had a great time chatting about the story behind the James Bond Lexicon and things 007 in general.
You can find the show online HERE or on YouTube.
Jarrod and Alan wrap up their look back at the various Bond movie soundtracks with a look at Thomas Newman’s second Bond score, SPECTRE. In this episode you’ll find out just how Jarrod and Alan are related, where Alan left his socks, and more as we drill into our top picks. We also discuss just how The Writing’s On The Wall is connected to the Goldfinger theme song.
Tune in here to listen in.
Thanks to The 00 Files team for inviting us on to their podcast to discuss The James Bond Lexicon project. Gill and Alan had a great time discussing the book, and quizzing the guys on their James Bond Lexicon based knowledge. And of course, they had to turn the tables on us too! – Now we know to make sure we are fully briefed on the respective heights of Dutch actors in Bond movies!
You can check out all the fun by clicking here.
Thanks to Chris Wright and Tom Sears at James Bond Radio for inviting us on to talk about The James Bond Lexicon.
We were honored to be the first guests on their special 007th Anniversary show. You can listen to the show on your favorite podcast platform, or even watch the interview on YouTube.
[Having listened back to our spot on James Bond Radio we realize that Alan made a couple of goofs.
- Fleming wrote Bond’s obituary in YOLT not OHMSS ! Oops!
- Jill and Tilly Masterton / Masterson were definitely sisters but not twins.
Sorry about that.]
Alan was recently invited back to join the Rogue Agents crew to discuss the excellent Dynamite Comics one-shot Solstice by the talented Ibrahim Moustafa. So what did the crew think of this Christmas special Bond comics story? – Tune in to find out.
We are delighted to announce that THE JAMES BOND LEXICON book is now on-sale, and is available from global Amazon websites (with more online outlets to follow). – A full list can be found on the “Our Bond Books” page.
- Publisher : White Rocket Books (April 6, 2021)
- Language : English
- Paperback : 453 pages
- ISBN-13 : 979-8593696571
- Dimensions : 8.5 x 1.03 x 11 inches
“A proper A-Z of everything Bond. The level of detail is quite mind-blowing.” – James Bond Radio
“Very, very impressive.” – The 00 Files
“Jaw-droppingly thorough!” – The James Bond Complex
“An essential Bond reference” – Bond and Banter