In the latest episode of the James Bond: Six of the Best podcast, Jarrod and Alan discuss what they listen to when reading Bond stories as we dive into the two-volume “Music To Read James Bond To” vinyl album series from 1965 and 1966. Does one album score over the other, and just what is the Bond connection with some of the track titles? You can follow the discussion, and listen to our track picks HERE.
In the latest episode of Bond Music: Six of the Best, Jarrod takes Alan back to the beginning of their Bond music journey with a fresh look at the 50th Anniversary edition of the Dr. No soundtrack. Click HERE to see if this expanded look at the sounds of the first 007 outing offers them any new insights.
This month Jarrod and Alan broaden their Bond-related listening as they tackle one of the best spy music compilations, Come Spy With Us: The Secret Agent Songbook. While we may be listening to music from, and chatting about, other super spy franchises o the 1960s, there is still a lot of Bond and Fleming-related content. So tune in and find out just how much Jarrod knows about Danger Man and Alan’s sudden revelation about the lyrics to The Silencer.
Over on the On Her Majesty’s Secret Podcast network new Rogue Agent, Alan, got to lead the show for the first time and decided that the crew should take yet another look at all the Bond movies. But this time just by watching the various trailers used to promote the movie. In each of the trailers episodes, we will watch the trailer, discuss any thoughts and notes it provoked, and then decide if it would have made us interested enough to actually go see the movie. Kicking things off we discussed the trailers for Doctor No, From Russia With Love, and Goldfinger. You can find out what we all thought of them, and if 007 really does spell Bond, by clicking HERE.
Jarrod mixes things up as his pick for the latest episode of the Bond Music: Six of the Best podcast only has three tracks – and they are all the same tune. How will Alan react to having to listen to three different versions of the James Bond Theme, and what movies do the boys think would match these interpretations. You can find out HERE.
On the latest episode of Bond Music: Six of the Best show Jarrod and Alan swing to the big band sounds of Count Basie and his orchestra as they reinterpret music cues from the first four Bond movies in their own jazzy style. You can groove along with us by clicking HERE.
After multiple guest appearances, Alan officially joined Jarrod, Jason, Delvin, and Pat as a fully-fledged member of the Rogue Agents show on the On Her Majesty’s Secret Podcast network. For his first assignment, the Rogue Agents listened to and discussed the BBC Radio adaptation of Ian Fleming’s Live and Let Die. So what did the crew make of Bond on the radio? You can find out by clicking HERE
Over on the On Her Majesty’s Secret Podcast network the most recent episode of Bond Music: Six of the Best podcast takes a look at the soundtrack to the 1998 Discovery TV documentary series SpyTek, which includes some surprise vocal additions from former 007 along with some fun musical tracks.
You can join Jarrod, Alan, and Roger to check out the fun and tunes HERE.
The On Her Majesty’s Secret Podcast crew recently visited the excellent Bond In Motion exhibit at the Petersen Automotive Museum in Los Angeles, where we were honored to have exclusive access for a few hours so we could do a special live broadcast while surrounded by a plethora of Bond vehicles. For the show, we presented a countdown of the Top 10 Bond Vehicles as voted for by our listeners on social media – and the top spot turned out to be a bit of a pleasant surprise.
You can catch the video of the full live show on YouTube, or listen to an edited audio-only version on our regular podcast channel.
On the latest On Her Majesty’s Secret Podcast episode of Bond Music: Six of the Best we are back looking at Bond-related spin-off music. This time around we dive into the idiosyncratic world of The Wedding Present group and their charity project covering twenty Bond themes, Not From Where I’m Standing.
Join us as we discover a whole new sound for Bond by clicking HERE.