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The Sound Board #33 1/3: No, Mr. Bond, I Expect You to Sell Records

Peter Sellers as James Bond

This podcast generally covers music and other transgressions. This month’s episode is helmed by Dr. Rob Levy with Prof. Tuffley providing backup and Widgett on hand mostly to record it.

This episode’s central topic is: fifty years of James Bond music…the good, the bad and A-ha. We also: mourn the loss of more music legends, update you on spring releases that interest us, wonder what Lil’ Kim is up to, wonder if Guns n Roses will be covering Steve Martin‘s “Dentist” song, wonder who’s handling Taylor Swift’s fanmail, wonder who’s going to back the animated Biggie show, wonder what’s up with Carole King’s musical, and then ponder a couple of instances of rock stars acting like…well, rock stars.


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1 comment

  • another brilliant episode. I can not judge the cover of Bond themes until I hear the Bob McGrath’s cover of “Thunderball”. Also, Amanda Palmer is an intriguing choice to perform a Bond theme , as is St. Vincent (the artist, not the actual Saint).