Being James Bond 007…Bond…James Bond…All the women love him and the men need to be him!
Initially an imaginary person made by creator Ian Fleming, who unexpectedly was a sharp Ornithologist and named James Bond after a Caribbean Bird Expert in his most memorable Bond novel – “Club Royale”! Ian Fleming had no clue about the promotion and unparalleled peculiarity that was to accompanied his personality and Bond appeared into one of the most amazing known and best cherished spies the world has at any point known.
Who plays Bond? Well just the most smooth, provocative, attractive, smooth and modern, beguiling entertainers need apply with etched highlights and a voice that would soften an iceburg, imperishable and ageless and absolutely relentless. Every one of the entertainers who have played Bond have all provided the Agent with their own kind of flavor and innovation molding and changing the person somewhat. Entertainers to have played bond are David Niven, George Lazenby, Sir Roger Moore, Sean Connery, Timothy Dalton and Pierce Brosnan. Obviously, up to this point, Bond had a specific all around prepped, never a hair awkward look until, notwithstanding the requirements over, the tough Daniel Craig thought outside the box and added a touch of unpleasantness and tenseness to the person.
Obviously without the music the Bond movies would be quiet and not as seriously activity stuffed. The title arrangement, the music, the abilities of the authors like John Barry, Monty Norman and David Arnold, to name simply a modest bunch, have all caused extraordinary music and assist with summoning the interests and risk that is Bond. Those topic pg are in many cases named after the title of the film – however not dependably – on the odd event the Film Theme will contrast from the Theme melody and these are featured underneath:
James Bond Theme (Dr No, Monty Norman Orchestra 1962), From Russia With Love (Matt Munro 1964), Goldfinger (Shirley Bassey 1964), Thunderball (Tom Jones 1965), You Only Live Twice (Nancy Sinatra 1967), Look of Love (Casino Royale – Serigo Mendez and Brasil 66 1967), On Her Majesty’s Secret Service (John Barry Orchestra 1969), We Have All the Time in the World (Louis Armstrong 1969), Diamonds are Forever (Shirley Bassey 1971), Live and Let Die (Paul McCartney and Wings 1973), The Man With the Golden Gun (Lulu 1974), Nobody Does It Better (The Spy Who Loved Me – Carly Simon 1977), Moonraker (Shirley Bassey 1979), For Your Eyes Only (Sheena Easton 1981), All Time High (Octopussy – Rita Coolidge 1983), Never Say Never Again (Lani Hall 1983), A View to a Kill (Duran 1985), The Living Daylights (A-ha 1987), License to Kill (Gladys Knight 1989), Goldeneye (Tina Turner 1995), Tomorrow Never Dies (Sheryl Crow 1997), The World isn’t Enough (Garbage 1999), Die Another Die (Madonna 2002), You Know my Name (Casino Royale – Chris Cornell 2006), Another Way to Die (Quantum of Solace – Alicia Keys and Jack Black).
Obviously to wrap things up, his #1 drink has forever been the notorious Martini…Shaken not Stirred