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YOU ONLY LIVE TWICE <br> Original James Bond Soundtrack <br> by John Barry, Title Song sung by Nancy Sinatra <br> 1967 (United Artists )

Details: United Artists UAS-5155, stereo, black & gold label with multicolored rings & dots logo above hole, 1967

Condition: Vinyl VG+ (some paper scuffs and a few light scratches), Jacket VG+ (no marks, mild wear, some minor corner damage.)

From the All Music Guide:

The most interesting and unusual of the James Bond soundtracks, You Only Live Twice was also something of a poor relation to the other soundtracks in the series, never selling as well as the earlier albums. John Barry's score reflects the movie's extensive use of Japanese settings and cultural background, with Japanese-flavored melodies and even the use of Japanese instruments in some tracks. Additionally, in lieu of the usual emphasis on action underscoring, You Only Live Twice is more lyrical and atmospheric -- even the title tune, sung by Nancy Sinatra, is the most unusual in the series to date, a sultry ballad with a haunting central melody, although its best incarnation (with all due respect to Ms. Sinatra) is its appearance in the instrumental "Mountains And Sunsets".

The tracks are:
1 You Only Live Twice-Title Song - Nancy Sinatra 2:47
2 Capsule in Space 2:45
3 Fight at Kobe Dock-Helga 4:03
4 Tanaka's World 2:08
5 A Drop in the Ocean 2:23
6 The Death of Aki 4:21
7 Mountains and Sunsets 3:14
8 The Wedding 2:49
9 James Bond-Astronaut? 3:31
10 Countdown for Blofeld 2:38
11 Bond Averts World War Three 2:18
12 You Only Live Twice-End Title - Nancy Sinatra 3:29

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