A hip and groovy jazz take on the world of James Bond from 1965 - the height of the original Bond mania.
This rare album is seeing its first ever reissue and is taken from the original mastertapes. It is the latest in BGPs Sound Library series, which is now onto its 3rd volume of filmic instrumental grooves.
The original album used legendary jazz and session bassist Jimmy Bond and contracted his name to James. Bond was a mainstay of the LA scene, playing with jazzers such as Charlie Parker and Elmo Hope, and with Phil Spector, Randy Newman and Frank Zappa (on his Lumpy Gravy project) amongst others.
The group on this CD includes some of the finest jazz talent on the West Coast, including a brilliant horn and reed line-up of Harold Land on tenor, Buddy Collette on flute and tenor and Bobby Bryant on trumpet.