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Wednesday, 29 April 2015 13:58 Written by

JB7 Drumbeat and Missing stuff.

Drumbeat - John Barry - The Lost Tracks

Monday, 09 March 2015 15:27 Written by

John Barry – The Lost Tracks

The following were performed ‘live’ by the John Barry Seven on BBC’s Drumbeat series in 1959. Only one of the shows was pre-recorded (and there is not much chance of that having survived) so unless anybody recorded the shows onto a tape-recorder, it’s likely they will never be heard again.

Television:

Drumbeat:

Jumping with Symphony Sid (JB7 & Millermen)
Topsy (JB7 & Millermen)
Trollin’
Tequila
Roulette
Toots (written by John Barry)
The Rumble (written by John Barry)
Guitar Boogie Shuffle
Black Bottom
Flippin’
Juke Box Fury
Bongo Rock
Teenage Guitar
Flippin’ In
Mason Dixon Line
What is this thing called love?
Peter Gunn
China Tea
Cerveza

The following were pre-recorded by the JB7 as part of the soundtrack to this BBC drama in 1961, along with songs by Ray Brooks & Johnny De Little. As in the case of Drumbeat, there is little chance of this still existing in the BBC archives.

Girl On A Roof:

Not Guilty (written by Trevor Peacock)
I Want You Baby (written by John Barry)

The JB7 made countless radio appearances on shows like Saturday, Club, Easy Beat & Music With A Beat. All of them were pre-recorded so there is a chance at least some of them still exist. They also accompanied a wide variety of vocalists. The following is not an exhaustive list – merely the ones we know about.

Radio:

Easy Beat, Saturday Club, Music With A Beat

All John Barry Seven / John Barry Seven plus Four:

Like Young
Manhunt
The Swinging Preacher
Young Man’s Lament
How High The Noon
Bonnie Came Back
Big Beat Boogie
Easy Beat (written by John Barry)
Beatnik Fly
Too Much Tequila
Tuxedo Junction
No Go (written by John Barry)*
I Remember You
Easy To Love
Chiquita Linda
Saturday Jump
Royal Event
Dumplings
Theme From a Summer Place
Two Way Stretch
No Moon At All
My Old Man’s A Dustman
On The Beach
Shazam
Down Yonder
Lonesome Road
Trouble Shooter (written by John Barry)
St. Louis Blues
Route No. 1

* possibly renamed and recorded

Dates of Broadcast
1. 4th April 12. 20th June
2. 11th April 13. 27th June
3. 18th April 14. 4th July
4. 25th April 15. 11th July
5. 2nd May 16. 18th July (Telerecorded)
6. 9th May 17. 25th July
7. 16th May 18. 1st August
8. 23rd May 19. 8th August
9. 30th May 20. 15th August
10. 6 June 21. 22nd August
11. 13th June 22. 29th August
John Barry – The Lost Tracks
Related External Links to artists' websites

Drumbeat 29th August

Monday, 09 March 2015 15:16 Written by

29th August:

Taking part:

Bob Miller & the Millermen: Orchestra Director and Orchestra
John Barry: Group Leader
John Barry Seven: Instrumental Group
The Raindrops: Vocal Group
Vince Eager: Vocalist
Sylvia Sands: Vocalist
Adam Faith: Vocalist
Danny Williams: Vocalist
Jackie Dennis: Vocalist
Don Lang: Vocalist
The Ponitails: Vocal Group (Telerecorded)
Trevor Peacock: Compere
Paul Maguire: Audience Supervisor

Music played ‘live’

John Barry Seven & Millermen: Bees Knees
Vince Eager & JB7: Big Hunk Of Love
Raindrops & Millermen: Jezebel
Millermen: Swing Low Sweet Chariot
Adam Faith & JB7: Just a Little Too Much
Danny Williams & Millermen: It’s Alright With Me
John Barry Seven: Peter Gunn
Sylvia Sands & Millermen: Stepping out with my baby
Don Lang & JB7: A Hoot and a Holler
Millermen: Iroquois
Adam Faith & JB7: Bye Bye Baby Goodbye
Sylvia Sands & Millermen: Love
Jackie Dennis & JB7: Dream Lover
John Barry Seven: Twelfth Street Rag
Vince Eager & Company: Good Rockin’ Tonight
Ponitails: I’ll be seeing you (Telerecorded)

  

Dates of Broadcast
1. 4th April 12. 20th June
2. 11th April 13. 27th June
3. 18th April 14. 4th July
4. 25th April 15. 11th July
5. 2nd May 16. 18th July (Telerecorded)
6. 9th May 17. 25th July
7. 16th May 18. 1st August
8. 23rd May 19. 8th August
9. 30th May 20. 15th August
10. 6 June 21. 22nd August
11. 13th June 22. 29th August
John Barry – The Lost Tracks
Related External Links to artists' websites

Drumbeat 22nd August

Monday, 09 March 2015 15:14 Written by

22nd August:

Taking part:

Bob Miller & the Millermen: Orchestra Director and Orchestra
John Barry: Group Leader
John Barry Seven: Instrumental Group
The Raindrops: Vocal Group
Vince Eager: Vocalist
Sylvia Sands: Vocalist
Adam Faith: Vocalist
Danny Williams: Vocalist
The Ponitails: Vocal Group (Telerecorded)
Trevor Peacock: Compere
Paul Maguire: Audience Supervisor

Music played ‘live’:

Vince Eager & JB7: Dixieland Rock
Raindrops & Millermen: Lipstick on your collar
Millermen: Caravan
Adam Faith & JB7: Here Comes Summer
Vince Eager & JB7: Only Sixteen
John Barry Seven: China Tea
Danny Williams & Millermen: Someone
Adam Faith & JB7: C’mon Everybody
Sylvia Sands & Millermen: Warm
John Barry Seven: Cerveza
Millermen: Rockin’ Sandy
Ponitails: Seven Minutes in Heaven
Ponitails: Early to bed (both Telerecorded)

  

Dates of Broadcast
1. 4th April 12. 20th June
2. 11th April 13. 27th June
3. 18th April 14. 4th July
4. 25th April 15. 11th July
5. 2nd May 16. 18th July (Telerecorded)
6. 9th May 17. 25th July
7. 16th May 18. 1st August
8. 23rd May 19. 8th August
9. 30th May 20. 15th August
10. 6 June 21. 22nd August
11. 13th June 22. 29th August
John Barry – The Lost Tracks
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Drumbeat 15th August

Monday, 09 March 2015 15:12 Written by

Shirley Bassey and JohnBarry - Goldfinger gold discs
Shirley Bassey and John Barry with their gold discs for Goldfinger

15th August:

Taking part:

Bob Miller & the Millermen: Orchestra Director and Orchestra
John Barry: Group Leader
John Barry Seven: Instrumental Group
The Raindrops: Vocal Group
Vince Eager: Vocalist
Sylvia Sands: Vocalist
Adam Faith: Vocalist
Danny Williams: Vocalist
The Ponitails: Vocal Group (Telerecorded)
Trevor Peacock: Compere
Paul Maguire: Audience Supervisor

 

Music played 'live': 

 

John Barry Seven & Millermen: Bees Knees
Raindrops & Millermen: Hey Miss Fannie
Vince Eager & John Barry Seven: My Heart Is An Open Book
Millermen: Dark Eyes
Adam Faith & John Barry 7: I Don't Care If The Sun Don't Shine
John Barry Seven: Peter Gunn
Danny Williams & Millermen: This Heart Of Mine
Vince Eager & John Barry Seven: Just Keep It Up
Sylvia Sands & Millermen: Stepping Out With My Baby
Millermen: Hunt For Trumpet
Adam Faith & John Barry Seven: Living Doll
John Barry Seven: Flippin’ In
Vince Eager & John Barry Seven: Lookie Lookie
Millermen & John Barry Seven: Topsy
Ponitails & Millermen: You You You
Ponitails & Millermen: Crazy About Ya Baby

 

Dates of Broadcast
1. 4th April 12. 20th June
2. 11th April 13. 27th June
3. 18th April 14. 4th July
4. 25th April 15. 11th July
5. 2nd May 16. 18th July (Telerecorded)
6. 9th May 17. 25th July
7. 16th May 18. 1st August
8. 23rd May 19. 8th August
9. 30th May 20. 15th August
10. 6 June 21. 22nd August
11. 13th June 22. 29th August
John Barry – The Lost Tracks
Related External Links to artists' websites

Drumbeat 8th August

Monday, 09 March 2015 15:08 Written by

Drumbeat cast
Those present, back row, from the left: Adam Faith, Sylvia Sands, Vince Eager. 
The others: Danny Williams, Bob Miller, The Poni-Tails, John Barry, Stewart Morris.

8th August:

Taking part:

Bob Miller & the Millermen: Orchestra Director and Orchestra
John Barry: Group Leader
John Barry Seven: Instrumental Group
The Raindrops: Vocal Group
Vince Eager: Vocalist
Sylvia Sands: Vocalist
Adam Faith: Vocalist
Danny Williams: Vocalist
Joe Bundy: Vocalist/Trumpeter
The Ponitails: Vocal Group (Telerecorded)
Trevor Peacock: Compere
Paul Maguire: Audience Supervisor

Music played ‘live’:

Vince Eager & JB7: Big Hunk of Love
Raindrops & Millermen: Flip Flop & Fly
Millermen: Smoke Gets In Your Eyes
Adam Faith & JB7: Heartbreak Hotel
John Barry Seven: What is this thing called love
Joe Bundy & Millermen: Down Among The Sugar Cane
Vince Eager & JB7: Here Comes Summer
Sylvia Sands & Millermen: Love
Adam Faith & JB7: Believe What You Say
Danny Williams & Millermen: Danny
Millermen: Night Flight
Vince Eager, Raindrops & JB7: Yes, Tonight Josephine
John Barry Seven: Flippin’
Joe Bundy & Company: When The Saints Go Marching In
Ponitails & Millermen: Close Friends (Telerecorded)
Ponitails & Millermen: You Baby You (Telerecorded)

 

Dates of Broadcast
1. 4th April 12. 20th June
2. 11th April 13. 27th June
3. 18th April 14. 4th July
4. 25th April 15. 11th July
5. 2nd May 16. 18th July (Telerecorded)
6. 9th May 17. 25th July
7. 16th May 18. 1st August
8. 23rd May 19. 8th August
9. 30th May 20. 15th August
10. 6 June 21. 22nd August
11. 13th June 22. 29th August
John Barry – The Lost Tracks
Related External Links to artists' websites

Drumbeat 1st August

Monday, 09 March 2015 15:06 Written by

John Barry at the piano - Drumbeat
John Barry at the piano

1st August:

Taking part:

Bob Miller & the Millermen: Orchestra Director and Orchestra
John Barry: Group Leader
John Barry Seven: Instrumental Group
The Raindrops: Vocal Group
The Ponitails: Vocal Group
Vince Eager: Vocalist
Sylvia Sands: Vocalist
Adam Faith: Vocalist
Danny Williams: Vocalist
Don Lang: Vocalist
Trevor Peacock: Compere

Music played ‘live’:

Adam Faith & JB7:   Whole Lotta Shakin Going On
Millermen: Lover
Raindrops & Millermen: Lipstick on your Collar
Vince Eager & JB7: Tallahassee Lassie
Ponitails & Millermen: Moody
Don Lang & JB7: Kansas City
JB7: Little John
Vince Eager & JB7: Lonely Boy
Danny Williams & Millermen: Zing went the strings of my Heart
Millermen: Iroquois
Adam Faith & JB7: Love is Strange
Sylvia Sands & Millermen: Broken Hearted Melody
Ponitails & Millermen: Bei Mir Bist du Schoen
Don Lang & JB7: That's Rock 'n Roll
The John Barry Seven: Festival
Vince Eager & Company: Up Above My Head

 

Dates of Broadcast
1. 4th April 12. 20th June
2. 11th April 13. 27th June
3. 18th April 14. 4th July
4. 25th April 15. 11th July
5. 2nd May 16. 18th July (Telerecorded)
6. 9th May 17. 25th July
7. 16th May 18. 1st August
8. 23rd May 19. 8th August
9. 30th May 20. 15th August
10. 6 June 21. 22nd August
11. 13th June 22. 29th August
John Barry – The Lost Tracks
Related External Links to artists' websites

Drumbeat 25th July

Sunday, 08 March 2015 15:00 Written by

John Barry - Drumbeat
John Barry - Drumbeat

25th July:

Taking part:

Bob Miller & the Millermen: Orchestra Director and Orchestra
John Barry: Group Leader
John Barry Seven: Instrumental Group
The Raindrops: Vocal Group
The Ponitails: Vocal Group
Vince Eager: Vocalist
Sylvia Sands: Vocalist
Adam Faith: Vocalist
Danny Williams: Vocalist
Trevor Peacock: Compere

Music played ‘live’:

Vince Eager & JB7: Angel of Love
Millermen: S’Wonderful
Adam Faith & JB7: A Big Hunk Of Love
Raindrops & Millermen: Italian Style
John Barry Seven: Farrago
Ponitails & Millermen: You Need Hands
Vince Eager & JB7: Teenager In Love
Millermen: I Wanna Live
Sylvia Sands & Millermen: Day in Day Out
Adam Faith & JB7: Livin’ Doll
Danny Williams & JB7: Almost Like Being In Love
John Barry Seven: Mason Dixon Line
Vince Eager & JB7: For Quite A While
Ponitails & Company: Faith Hope & Charity

 

Dates of Broadcast
1. 4th April 12. 20th June
2. 11th April 13. 27th June
3. 18th April 14. 4th July
4. 25th April 15. 11th July
5. 2nd May 16. 18th July (Telerecorded)
6. 9th May 17. 25th July
7. 16th May 18. 1st August
8. 23rd May 19. 8th August
9. 30th May 20. 15th August
10. 6 June 21. 22nd August
11. 13th June 22. 29th August
John Barry – The Lost Tracks
Related External Links to artists' websites

Drumbeat 18th July

Sunday, 08 March 2015 14:58 Written by

John Barry conducts - Drumbeat
John Barry conducts - Drumbeat

18th July (Telerecorded):

Taking part:

Bob Miller & the Millermen: Orchestra Director and Orchestra
John Barry: Group Leader
John Barry Seven: Instrumental Group
The Raindrops: Vocal Group
The Poni-Tails: Vocal Group
Vince Eager: Vocalist
Sylvia Sands: Vocalist
Adam Faith: Vocalist
Danny Williams: Vocalist
Derry Hart: Vocalist
Trevor Peacock: Compere

Music played ‘live’:

Vince Eager & JB7: Party
Millermen: Wow
Adam Faith & JB7: I Beg Of You
Derry Hart & JB7: Come on Baby
Raindrops & Millermen: There’ll never be Anyone Else But You
John Barry Seven: Teenage Guitar
Danny Williams & JB7: Dixieland Rock
Ponitails & Millermen: Moody
Vince Eager & JB7: Cuckoo Girl
Millermen: Hunt for Trumpets
Sylvia Sands & Millermen: I’ve Got My Love To Keep Me Warm
Adam Faith & JB7: I Vibrate
Danny Williams & Millermen: Like Someone In Love
Ponitails & Millermen: Come Dance with me Joey
John Barry Seven: Flippin’ In
Vince Eager & Company: Open Up Dem Pearly Gates

 

Dates of Broadcast
1. 4th April 12. 20th June
2. 11th April 13. 27th June
3. 18th April 14. 4th July
4. 25th April 15. 11th July
5. 2nd May 16. 18th July (Telerecorded)
6. 9th May 17. 25th July
7. 16th May 18. 1st August
8. 23rd May 19. 8th August
9. 30th May 20. 15th August
10. 6 June 21. 22nd August
11. 13th June 22. 29th August
John Barry – The Lost Tracks
Related External Links to artists' websites

Drumbeat 11th July

Sunday, 08 March 2015 14:56 Written by


John Barry on the beach

11th July:

Taking part:

Bob Miller & the Millermen: Orchestra Director and Orchestra
John Barry: Group Leader
John Barry Seven: Instrumental Group
The Raindrops: Vocal Group
The Jean-Ettes: Vocal Group
The Poni-Tails: Vocal Group
Vince Eager: Vocalist
Sylvia Sands: Vocalist
Adam Faith: Vocalist
Danny Williams: Vocalist
Trevor Peacock: Compere

Music played ‘live’:

Danny Williams & JB7: King Creole
Jean-Ettes & JB7: I’ve Had It
Millermen: 707
Vince Eager & JB7: Rollin’ Danny
Poni-Tails & Millermen Born Too Late
Adam Faith & JB7: Dream Lover
John Barry Seven: Bongo Rock
Vince Eager & JB7: I’ve Got A Feeling
Raindrops & Millermen: Rock Roll Weevil
Millermen: Night Flight
Sylvia Sands & Millermen: Love Me Now
Adam Faith & JB7: Tiger
Danny Williams & Millermen: My Baby Just Cares For Me
Poni-Tails & Millermen: Early To bed
John Barry Seven: Little John
Vince Eager & Company: You gotta learn your rhythm & blues

 

 

Dates of Broadcast
1. 4th April 12. 20th June
2. 11th April 13. 27th June
3. 18th April 14. 4th July
4. 25th April 15. 11th July
5. 2nd May 16. 18th July (Telerecorded)
6. 9th May 17. 25th July
7. 16th May 18. 1st August
8. 23rd May 19. 8th August
9. 30th May 20. 15th August
10. 6 June 21. 22nd August
11. 13th June 22. 29th August
John Barry – The Lost Tracks
Related External Links to artists' websites
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PIA website

Have a look at our old "Play It Again" label website here.

Play It Again Records CD catalogue offered the discerning listener a wide choice of digitally re-mastered recordings from film and television, and rare collections of work from the likes of Don Black and Ron Grainer.

Contact the JB site

If you wish to send an email, for example with content for the website, please contact Geoff Leonard:

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Location
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Geoff (owner) and Ruud (webmaster) have been running the John Barry website since June 18, 2001.

This website is not endorsed by the composer's family.
Use of copyrighted materials and logos are for promotional purposes only.

All files on this website are for personal use only and cannot be bought or sold.

 

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A lot more James Bond concerts collected on the link below, I have put them all in this news item. So check it out from there!

http://www.moviesinconcert.nl/index.php?page=concertlist


 

James Bond Spectacular
August 18, 2017
Time: 19:30

The Harlington Theatre
236 Fleet Road
Fleet
Hants
GU51 4BY

Website

Back by popular demand, popular Q The Music Show is coming back to The Harlington, Fleet bringing their fabulous and iconic music of James Bond to you in a stunning concert. This show has been a huge success at other theatres with its energetic and exciting performance by some of the UK’s leading musicians.

Featuring all the songs from the 007 movies, you can hear the greats like Goldfinger, Diamonds Are Forever, Skyfall, Thunderball, Live And Let Die, Goldeneye and Licence To Kill amongst all the others. With top musicians, dancers, and an informative and highly amusing compere, this show as everything you could want for a fabulous night out – and one that you will be talking about for years to come.

Formed in 2004, Q The Music Show have established a worldwide reputation for their authentic covers, orchestral sound and fabulous hair-raising vocalists. The show has been popular abroad at events in Monte Carlo, Germany, Italy, Guernsey, Prague and many others.

Don’t miss this superb evening as…Nobody Does It Better!


James Bond Spectacular
August 20, 2017
Time: 19:30

Buxton Opera House,
Water Street
Buxton
Derbyshire SK17 6XN

Website

The popular Q The Music Show brings its James Bond Concert Spectacular to Buxton Opera House. The 13-piece band will be bringing the fabulous and iconic music of James Bond to you in a stunning concert. This show has been a huge success all around the world with its energetic and exciting performance by some of the UK’s leading musicians.

Featuring all the songs from the 007 movies, you can hear the greats like Goldfinger, Diamonds Are Forever, Skyfall, Thunderball, Live And Let Die, Goldeneye and Licence To Kill amongst all the others. With top musicians and an informative and highly amusing compere, this show as everything you could want for a fabulous night out – and one that you will be talking about for years to come.

Formed in 2004, Q The Music Show have established a worldwide reputation for their authentic covers, orchestral sound and fabulous hair-raising vocalists. The show has been popular abroad at events in Monte Carlo, Switzerland, Germany, Italy, Guernsey, Prague and many others.


The Best of John Barry: Bond and Beyond
Thursday 16 Nov 2017
7:30pm
Royal Festival Hall,
Address: Belvedere Road,
London, SE1 8XX

Nicholas Dodd conductor

Barry Goldfinger (1964)
Barry Main Theme, Zulu
Barry On her Majesty's Secret Service (1969) We Have All the Time in the World
Barry Somewhere in Time
Barry Moviola
Barry The Persuaders
Barry Mary, Queen of Scots
Barry Midnight Cowboy
Barry Suite, Dances with Wolves

--interval--

Barry Born Free
Barry All Time High, Octopussy (1983)
Barry Theme, Out of Africa (1985)
Barry Body Heat
Barry Chaplin
Barry Space March (Capsule in Space), You Only Live Twice
Barry The Knack
Barry Suite, James Bond

Legendary Hollywood composer John Barry won five Oscars throughout a career creating some of the most memorable music in the history of cinema. Enjoy an evening of his greatest hits – Bond themes from Goldfinger to We Have All the Time in the World, music from Zulu, Midnight Cowboy, Dances with Wolves and more.


19 Nov 2017

   Canada   Thunder Bay Shaken Not Stirred – The Music of James Bond

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James Bond Spectacular
December 1, 2017
Time: 19:30

Camberley Theatre,
Knoll Road,
Camberley,
Surrey, GU15 3SY,
GB

Website

The popular James Bond Concert Spectacular by Q The Music Show is coming to Camberley Theatre.

They will be bringing the fabulous and iconic music of James Bond to you in a stunning concert. 

This show has been a huge success all around the World with its energetic and exciting performance by some of the UK’s leading musicians.
 
Featuring all the songs from the 007 movies...


 

Wiener Konzerthaus
Lothringerstraße 20, 1030 WIEN
(that's Vienna!)

Samstag 2 Dezember 2017
19:30 Uhr
Großer Saal

Sonntag 3 Dezember 2017
19:30 Uhr
Großer Saal

Dieses Galakonzert lässt 53 Jahre Bond-Movies live und auf großer Kinoleinwand Revue passieren. Von John Barrys «Goldfinger», «Thunderball» und «Diamonds Are Forever» über «Licence To Kill», «A View To A Kill» und «Goldeneye» bis hin zu «Skyfall» und dem Song des bislang letzten Bond-Streifens, «Writings On The Wall». Spezielle Arrangements für großes Symphonieorchester garantieren neben den Star-Interpreten einen unvergesslichen Abend.

Am 2. und 3. Dezember 2017 werden die legendären Songs und Scores aus den Bond-Movies von den Star-Interpreten Maya Hakvoort, Nazide Aylin und Sandra Pires im Wiener Konzerthaus präsentiert. Dabei werden sie von einem großen Symphonieorchester, ergänzt durch Top-Instrumentalsolisten für den speziellen Bond-Sound, begleitet, während die berühmten Filmszenen auf eine Leinwand projiziert werden. Die Arrangements stammen vom musikalischen Leiter der Galakonzerte, Alex Johansson. Als besonderes Highlight wird Stargast Conchita ihre Lieblings-Bondsongs interpretieren.