Monday, September 24, 2007

Wilson Chance -- The Sound of Danger -- spyfi

For Brandonio -- the start of a spy comp -- have not had time to do one myself --so this is a good substitute for now --

Wilson Chance – The Sound of Danger --
The CD is a sampler for the Hammondbeat roster of artists and it is an amazing blend of Vic Flick’s score (yes, guitarist of "The James Bond Theme"!!) with the hottest SPY-FI, MOD, and ORGAN bands around to today. An international affair including The Link Quartet (Italy), The Special Agents (England), The Men From S.P.E.C.T.R.E. (Switzerland), The Yards (USA) and Mike Painter & The Family Shakers (Italy). Also included, as a bonus is the never-before-released Wilson Chance title song "Take A Chance", breathtakingly sung by Linda Jackson and performed by Vic Flick and Les Hurdle. Good stuff through out.

Cleared and Accepted (dialogue) 2. The Sound of Danger - The Link Quartet 3. Chasin' Chance - Mike Painter & The Family Shakers 4. Last Chance - The Men From S.P.E.C.T.R.E. 5. Greased on Delta Street - The Link Quartet 6. A Spy in the Ointment - The Special Agents 7. Krambambuli '67 - The Men From S.P.E.C.T.R.E. 8. Tinker, Tailor, Surfer, Spy (prelude) – The Special Agents 9. Copacabinsky - Vic Flick 10. Tinker, Tailor, Surfer, Spy - The Special Agents 11. An Agent in Danger (dialogue) 12. Wilson Chance Theme - The Special Agents 13. Something About This Music (dialogue) 14. Muchimoo Boogaloo - The Yards 15. Chance in Mexico - Vic Flick 16. I Have a Gun (dialogue) 17. Soul Hunter - Mike Painter & The Family Shakers 18. Souvenir de Macon - The Link Quartet 19. I Won't Hold it Against You (dialogue) 20. Deliquesced by Devonshire - The Link Quartet 21. Kitty's Rendezvous - Mike Painter & The Family Shakers 22. Skill and Luck (dialogue) 23. Targets - The Men from S.P.E.C.T.R.E. 24. The Lunar Sea (part 2) - The Special Agents 25. Take a Chance - Vic Flick 26. Secret Agents Have Needs (dialogue)




Brandonio! said...

da boss, mucho thanks is indeed in order here. I stumbled upon A site that was promoting this particular film several moons ago.I was instantly curious to say the least. I even went as far as to do a Netflix search to no avail i might add. The soundtrack was without a doubt the first thing that grabbed my attention of course. How could i go wrong with legendary artist Vic Flick and modern kings of the secret agent sound The Men From S.P.E.C.T.R.E. lending their visions of the espionage world no common people are really that familiar to. I on the other hand have been drawn to this style or genre if you will , my whole life it seems. Now this my friends should be very intriguing.

THXjay said...

Hey Boss,

I have a blog dedicated to spy music, I see that you've posted a few spy surf albums recently.
If it's OK with you I would like to re-host them on my site, I'll use new links not yours.

If not, no problem I understand.

Great surf blog you have here, found you a while ago through Eek's blog.

Check mine out, see what you think.

The Crime Lounge

All the best


RYP said...

Hey daBoss,
many thanks for the sound of danger! EXCELLENT for the evening!!! ... same as 'Fun Spy' by the Nelsonics!

DaBoss said...

Brandonio -- I know. It gets under your skin and stays there. Surf is generally bouncy and light, spy is a little more dark and seems to creep into our subconscious fears. Of course, everyone has a dark side, this might just be a way of letting it peek out a little. It's all those minor keys that do it. They forttell danger -- check out the classic soundtrack to Alfred Hitchcock's Psycho -- turn it up LOUD and see if the hairs on your arms don't stand up. This is not as serious as that, but the concept is still the same. Enough psychobabble. Glad you like the music.

frenzy said...

Re-post Please!!!!

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