Michael Nantel / Garry Travers - Ballad Of Green Peace / Live And Let Live album download
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Live and Let Die" is the main theme song of the 1973 James Bond film Live and Let Die, written by Paul and Linda McCartney and performed by Wings. It was the most successful Bond theme to that point, charting at No. 2 on the US Billboard Hot 100 and No. 9 on the UK Singles Chart. Commissioned specifically for the movie, it reunited the former Beatle with the band's producer, George Martin, who produced the song and arranged the orchestra.
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Live and Let Die was not featured on a McCartney album until the Wings Greatest compilation in 1978, and was included again on 1987’s All the Best! and 2001’s Wingspan: Hits and History. The entire soundtrack also was released in quadrophonic. Live and Let Die was the first James Bond theme song to be nominated for an Academy Award for Best Original Song (garnering McCartney his second Academy Award nomination and Linda her first), but lost to the theme song from The Way We Were. In Wings’ live performances of the song, the instrumental break featured flashpots and a laser light show.
Live recording by The Island Mobile. Mixdown: Strawberry Recording Studios, Stockport. Other Versions (5 of 39) View All. Cat.Live And Let Live (2xLP, Album, Ter).
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The time for a 10cc live album would have been as they toured The Original Soundtrack with one of the most adventurous - not to mention musically extravagant - shows of the age. Instead, they waited two more years, until the newly reduced Eric Stewart/Graham Gouldman-led lineup headed out to promote the first LP since the split, Deceptive Bends, buoyed by the fact that the hits just kept on coming. It is a fun listen on its own terms, a double-vinyl package that wraps a hard-hitting rock show around a good selection of hits