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Live And Let Die - B. J. Arnau* - Live And Let Die (Vinyl)


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  1. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Solid Centre Vinyl release of Live And Let Die on Discogs. Label: RCA Victor - • Format: Vinyl 7 B. J. Arnau* - Live And Let Die (, Solid Centre, Vinyl) | Discogs.
  2. B.J. Arnau July 26, · Her short version of "Live and let die" as featured in the movie. The longer version is available as 7" single and as part of her self-titled album.
  3. Arnau only recorded one album of cover versions for the label, the LP included Make it easy on yourself, Ben, He ain’t heavy he’s my brother and of course Live and let die. Despite her recording and releasing a song by an ex Beatle and playing a part in one of the world’s most famous film franchises, B.J Arnau released her last single Electra Flash in before disappearing from the public eye.
  4. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Live And Let Die on Discogs. Label: RCA - APB • Format: Vinyl 7 B. J. Arnau* - Live And Let Die (, Vinyl) | Discogs.
  5. B.J. Arnau performed Live And Let Die as a cabaret act in the James Bond film. The Producer, Harry Saltzman, requested a black soul singer for the opening credits but Arnau's appearance was a .
  6. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the 4-Prong Push-out Centre Vinyl release of Live And Let Die on Discogs. Label: RCA Victor - RCA • Format: Vinyl 7 B. J. Arnau* - Live And Let Die (, 4-Prong Push-out Centre, Vinyl) | Discogs.
  7. B. J. Arnau (June, – November, ) was an American-born female singer and actor active in the UK and the US from the late s to the early s. She is also known as Brenda Arnau. Arnau is best remembered as the cabaret act in the James Bond film Live and Let Die .
  8. He nonetheless scored a soul arrangement to accompany singer B. J. Arnau for a nightclub sequence in the film. Live and Let Die was the first time that a rock music arrangement was used to open a Bond film. It was also the first time that McCartney and Martin had worked together since Abbey Road in

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