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Tom Jones


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  • 1965
  • 2012
  • 1966
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  • 1969

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Thunderball is the soundtrack for the fourth James Bond film of the same name. The soundtrack was released by United Artists Records in 1965. The music was composed and conducted by John Barry, and performed by the John Barry Orchestra. This was Barry’s third soundtrack for the series. The soundtrack was not finished by the time the film was released in theaters and only featured twelve tracks, roughly only the first half of the film; the last seven tracks were released for the first time when the soundtrack was issued on Compact Disc on February 25, 2003. Additionally, the music in the film was unfinished days before the release of the film in theaters due to a late change by EON Productions to use a title song with the same name as the film. Read on...

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More songs by Tom Jones (See Charts): Can't Stop Loving You, Puppet Man, Have You Ever Been Lonely, Just Dropped In, Say You'll Stay Until Tomorrow, I (Who Have Nothing), Bad As Me, Burning Hell, What Good Am I?, and I'll Never Fall In Love Again.

Popular in Soundtrack (See Charts): Perfect Day, How Deep Is Your Love, La Valse D'Amelie, Stayin' Alive, Come What May, Blasted Empire, Mad World, Are Friends Electric, Tammy, and Breaking Of The Fellowship.


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