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John Barry at Abbey Road Studios

Geoff Leonard
January 19, 2010

According to the list prepared by Vic Lanza when he was compiling the John Barry – The EMI Years series, some tracks remain unreleased.

However, it’s possible they were retitled and released as were some in the following list.

Some comments:

Interesting to see the Moonraker track listed and also Man in the Middle.

The two A Matter of Who tracks are curious since they are much longer than the version that *was* released.

Little Old-fashioned Love & Throw All Your Lovin’ My way are both JB vocals. They were eventually recorded and released by Larry Page.

The “Michael Angelo” track was recorded a couple of weeks after Roman Spring/Tears.

Walk Don’t Run (Orchestra Only) is very odd. Orchestra on Walk Don’t Run?


  • Care For Me, 21-11-1959, (unissued)
  • Cat with a Fix (possibly retitled), 2’ 10”
  • Dominica, (retitled Starfire)
  • Bond Back in Action Again (Goldfinger)
  • The Gun (retitled March of the Mandarins)
  • If at First You Don’t Succeed (retitled Onward Christian Spacemen)
  • Little old-fashioned Love
  • Man in the Middle (not available to EMI)
  • A Matter of WHO (fast), 3’ 12”
  • A Matter of WHO (medium), 3’ 15”
  • Miss Goodhead meets Bond (Moonraker)
  • My Best Shoes, (same ref no. as Bees Knees – retitle?,) TL4713 No Go E36016 Box 377, 2’ 11”
  • Rollin’ Along (retitled Rockin’ Already)
  • String Beat, (possibly retitled), (July 31st 1961 - Starfire was recorded on this date)
  • They’ll Make You Whistle, (must surely be Snap ‘n Whistle)
  • Throw All Your Lovin’ My Way, 2’ 23”
  • Untitled (Michael Angelo), 8 March 1962
  • Wagon Train Box 300, 2’ 17”
  • Walk Don’t Run (Orchestra Only)
  • Whispering Your Name (no further details)
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The Bridgewater Hall - Music of John Barry November 2018

The Music of John Barry

Saturday 10 November 7.30pm
The Bridgewater Hall
Lower Mosley Street
Manchester, M2 3WS

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Nicholas Dodd conductor
Andrew Collins presenter
Manchester Camerata

John Barry created some of the most memorable and recognisable film scores of the 20th century, such as Midnight Cowboy, Out of Africa, Dances with Wolves, Zulu and of course much of the music from the James Bond series; his versatility and originality were peerless. His death in 2011 deprived cinema of a true musical great. This concert pays tribute to his life and music with a carefully selected programme, conducted by Nicholas Dodd, who collaborated closely with the composer on his later films. Nicholas Dodd is regarded as one of the leading conductors and orchestrators of Hollywood film music and is a noted expert on, and performer of John Barry’s music. In fact, every James Bond movie from the last 10 years bears his signature.