British James Bond’s Greatest Hits’ 8 Track Tape Slipcase Edition, Conducted By Franck Pourcel. Catalogue Number 8X-TWOX 1005

Programme 1: 01 Live And Let Die (Written By Paul McCartney) 02 You Only Live Twice (Written By John Barry & Leslie Bricusse) 03 The James Bond Theme Part I (Written By Monty Norman)
Programme 2: 01 The James Bond Theme Part II (Written By Monty Norman) 02 Thunderball (Written By John Barry & Don Black) 03 On Her Majesty’s Secret Service (Written By Terence Gilbert)
Programme 3: 01 Diamonds Are Forever (Written By John Barry & Don Black) 02 007 (Written John Barry)
Programme 4: 01 From Russia With Love (Written By John Barry & Lionel Bart) 02 Mr. Kiss Kiss Bang Bang (Written By John Barry & Don Black) 03 Goldfinger (Written By John Barry & Leslie Bricusse)
EMI Records, England 1973

Various 8 Track Cartridge Tape Editions Overview

The 8 Track Tape (Formally Stereo 8; Commonly Known As The Eight-Track Cartridge, Eight-Track Tape, Or Simply Eight-Track) Is A Magnetic Tape Sound Recording Technology That Was Popular In The United States From The Mid 1960s To The Early 1980s, When The Compact Cassette Format Took Over. The Format Is Regarded As An Obsolete Technology, And Was Relatively Unknown Outside The United States, The United Kingdom, Canada, New Zealand, Australia, West Germany, Italy And Japan. Stereo 8 Was Created In 1964 By A Consortium Led by Bill Lear Of Lear Jet Corporation, Along With Ampex, Ford Motor Company, General Motors, Motorola, And RCA Victor Records (RCA)

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