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For Your Eyes Only [Soundtrack, Original recording remastered, Extra tracks]

Bill Conti Audio CD
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  • Audio CD (31 Mar 2003)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Soundtrack, Original recording remastered, Extra tracks
  • Label: EMI/Capitol
  • ASIN: B000087DRL
  • Other Editions: MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (10 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 32,025 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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Song TitleArtist Time Price
Listen  1. For Your Eyes OnlySheena Easton 3:07Album Only
Listen  2. A Drive in The CountryBill Conti 2:25Album Only
Listen  3. Take Me Home (feat. Eddie Blair)Bill Conti 2:32Album Only
Listen  4. Melina's RevengeBill Conti 2:18Album Only
Listen  5. Gonzales Takes a DriveBill Conti 3:14Album Only
Listen  6. St. Cyril's MonasteryBill Conti 4:40Album Only
Listen  7. Make It Last All Night (feat. Rage)Bill Conti 3:31Album Only
Listen  8. RunawayBill Conti 3:54Album Only
Listen  9. SubmarineBill Conti 2:39Album Only
Listen10. For Your Eyes Only (feat. Derek Watkins)Bill Conti 1:35Album Only
Listen11. CortinaBill Conti 1:45Album Only
Listen12. The P.M. Gets the Bird/For Your Eyes OnlyBill Conti 5:05Album Only
Listen13. Gunbarrel/Flowers For Teresa/Sinking The St. GeorgeBill Conti 2:54Album Only
Listen14. Unfinished Business/Bond Meets KristatosBill Conti 1:53Album Only
Listen15. Ski...Shoot...Jump...Bill Conti 5:16Album Only
Listen16. Goodbye, Countness/No Head for Heights/Dining AloneBill Conti 3:20Album Only
Listen17. Recovering The AtacBill Conti 2:28Album Only
Listen18. Sub Vs. SubBill Conti 3:16Album Only
Listen19. Run Them Down/The ClimbBill Conti 2:58Album Only

Customer Reviews

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22 of 23 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Hugely underrated 12 Feb 2005
By A Customer
Format:Audio CD
This is a hugely underrated score by Bill Conti, while I know taht it's not John Barry (or David Arnold for younger fans) he does a VERY good job of composing appropriate music for the scenes. I would only have one complaint - that is that the music added on for the expanded release isn't anywhere near as good as the original cues - but they do sound good played in the right order. Here is how to do this:
1. Gunbarrel / Flowers for Teresa / Helicopter Ride 3:23
"Gunbarrel" and "Flowers for Teresa" are the first 1:45 of track 13 on the expanded album. "Helicopter Ride" is the last 1:43 of track 3, "Melina's Revenge".
2. For Your Eyes Only - Title Song 3:06
I mixed the very end of track one into the start of this one. It works pretty well.
3. Sinking the St. Georges 1:09
This is the last 1:09 of track 13.
4. The Havelock's :34
This is the first 34 seconds of "Melina's Revenge" (track 4).
5. San Martin 1:01
This is the first 1:01 of track 5, "Gonzalez Takes a Dive".
6. Make it Last All Night 3:31
7. Gonzalez Takes a Dive 2:14
This is the last 2:14 of track 5, "Gonzalez Takes a Dive"
8. A Drive in the Country 2:25
9. Unfinished Business :50
This is the first 50 seconds of track 14.
10. Cortina 1:45
11. Bond Meets Kristatos 1:05
This is the last 1:05 of track 14.
12. Ski...Shoot....Jump.... 5:16
13. Runaway 3:54
14. Take Me Home 2:32
15. Good-bye Countess / No Head For Heights 1:24
This is the first 1:24 of track 16. This track will need to be faded out.
16. For Your Eyes Only 1:35
Flugelhorn Solo by Derek Watkins
17. Submarine 2:39
18. Dining Alone 1:57
This is the last 1:57 of track 16.
19. Recovering the ATAC 2:28
20. Sub Vs. Sub 3:16
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars For Your Ears Only 15 Nov 2011
Format:Audio CD|Verified Purchase
Swooping back down to earth from the head-slapping escapades of Moonraker and some, perhaps, lesser cheese filled moments in The Spy Who Loved Me, here we have a film that returns to wits over gloss. The 'For Your Eyes Only' soundtrack may not be one of the more signature productions in the film series, but what is does offer is a stylish and atmospheric rendition of Bond's adventures from ski-slopes to grape vines. For this reason, Bill Conti offers a range of sounds that are more or less in rebellion to the traditional make-up previous films; ice-cool synthesisers, effect laden guitars and the imperious big band contributions make for what is an energetic and delightful album that ceases to entertain me.

Highlights include the obvious title track - a floaty composition that is romantic and mysterious... 'A Drive in the Country' will always bring about great memories of Bond and Melina's bright yellow Citroen CV and the wonderful improvised line "Love driving in the country, don't you?" (followed by a rather infectious laugh!)... 'Runaway' is a cool as it gets, but the instrumental mix of the title track brings the energy down a notch, whilst 'Run Them Down/Climb' takes hints from classic Bond scores.

This is also one of the better value Bond CD's since it contains 19 tracks, as opposed to some which may even contain less than half of this. As with the other 'Remastered' releases from 2006, the sound definition is simply impeccable and rightly deserves a place in any Bond fan's collection.
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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars 1981 what a great year!! 13 Oct 2004
Format:Audio CD
For your eyes only brings back fond memory's for me,as i can alway's remember seeing it at the cinema.
This soundtrack brings those memory's back in everyway,capturing every aspect of the film,Bill Conti known to many for his famous tv themes,dallas etc does this soundtrack justice.
He updated the main title theme using a slightly upbeat tempo using the electric guitar which i found to be very original for it's time.
Bond fan or non bond fans you wont be dissapointed with this album and now having been remastered sounds even better.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Superb in every way 4 Feb 2013
By Nick
Format:Audio CD|Verified Purchase
I bought the orginal record when it came out and loved the music which seemed to meet the mood of the film. The flugel horn solo is memorable and unusual. Sheena Easton's is very memorable. The Cd has extra tracks. Highly recommended.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Great score! 10 Oct 2012
Format:Audio CD
Bill Conti assumes the John Barry mantle for this movie which gives us a fabulous title track sung by Sheena Easton as well as a very 80s disco type score which is a lot of fun.

It is a million miles away from John Barry, but it still ends up being a very good album. Yes there are some odd tracks, but it will take you back to 1981!
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