Message from discussion Gary's Skyfall puzzle!
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From: "Nick from England" <pacif...@btopenworld.com>
Subject: Re: Gary's Skyfall puzzle!
Date: Sun, 11 Nov 2012 05:07:17 -0000
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"Gary Myers" <gem...@earthlink.net> wrote in message
> You've stumped me again, Nick.
> BTW, I play a ballroom dance gig every Tuesday, in which we have to mix in
> tangos, sambas, etc. To keep from getting repetitious by playing so many
> of the standard tunes that are in those styles, I've adapted many other
> songs to fit, and we do "Goldfinger" as a tango. It works great and that
> sort of thing makes the gig more fun.
Goldfinger: The Original Motion Picture Score was a hit LP in 1964 and I
remember ordering it from Murdoch's record shop in Southampton.
Always considered the best of the Bond songs, Goldfinger was recently
usurped by Live and Let Die in a poll.
Goldfinger Tango! - I know Guitar Tango by The Shadows - The Shadows are
England's answer to The Ventures!
That dodgy recording was a jazzy number called The Blacksmith Blues.