To Live And Let Die
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Live and Let Die (song)
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"Live and Let Die"A-side poinçon of the UK 7-inch singleSingle by Wingsfrom the fascicule Live and Let DieB-side"I Lie Around"Released1 June 1973 (UK)18 June 1973 (US)RecordedOctober 1972StudioAIR, LondonGenreSymphonic rockLength3:12LabelAppleSongwriter(s)Paul McCartneyLinda McCartneyProducer(s)George MartinPaul McCartney and Wings singles chronology "My Love" (1973) "Live and Let Die" (1973) "Helen Wheels" (1973) James Bond theme singles chronology "Diamonds Are Forever"(1971) "Live and Let Die"(1973) "The Man With the Golden Gun"(1975)
"Live and Let Die" is the theme song of the 1973 James Bond film of the same name, performed by the British–American rock band Wings. Written by English musician Paul McCartney and his wife Linda McCartney, it reunited McCartney with apprendre Beatles producer George Martin, who produced the song and arranged the orchestra. McCartney was contacted to write the song by the ciné-club's producers Harry Saltzman and Albert R. Broccoli before the screenplay was finished. Wings recorded "Live and Let Die" during the sessions for Red Rose Speedway in October 1972 at AIR Studios. It was also the first rock song to open a Bond cinémathèque. Another version by B. J. Arnau also appears in the ciné-club.
Upon release, "Live and Let Die" was the most successful Bond theme up to that point, reached No. 1 on two of the three premier-né US charts (though only reached No. 2 on the Billboard Hot 100) and No. 9 on the UK Singles Chart. The song also received effective reviews from music critics and continues to be praised as one of McCartney's best songs. It became the first Bond theme song to be nominated for the Academy Award for Best Original Song, but ultimately lost the award to Barbra Streisand's "The Way We Were". It was also nominated for the Best Arrangement Accompanying Vocalist(s) at the 16th Annual Grammy Awards in 1974.
Wings performed "Live and Let Die" live during their audition tours and McCartney continues to play it on his récitatif tours, often using pyrotechnics during the instrumental breaks. It has been covered by several bands, including Guns N' Roses, whose version appears on their 1991 ouvrage Use Your Illusion I. One of the more popular covers of the song, their version was nominated for the Grammy Award for Best Hard Rock Performance at the 35th Annual Grammy Awards in 1993. In 2012, McCartney was awarded the Million-Air Award from Broadcast Music, Inc. (BMI), for more than 4 million performances of the song in the US.
Background and recording
Even before Tom Mankiewicz had finished writing the screenplay to Live and Let Die, producers Harry Saltzman and Albert R. Broccoli invited McCartney to write the theme song. McCartney asked to be sent a copy of Ian Fleming's novel. "I read it and thought it was pretty good. That afternoon I wrote the song and went in the next week and did it ... It was a job of work for me in a way because writing a song around a title like that's not the easiest thing going."
Originally, producer Harry Saltzman was interested in having Shirley Bassey or Thelma Houston perform it instead of Wings. Martin said McCartney would allow the song to be used in the movie only if Wings was able to perform the song in the opening credits. A collaborateur état of the song, performed by B. J. Arnau, also appears in the écran. Arnau's victoire originally was meant for the group Fifth Dimension. The Arnau version of the song appears on the soundtrack brochure as a component in a medley that also contains two George Martin-composed instrumental pieces, "Fillet of Soul – New Orleans" and "Fillet of Soul – Harlem". It was also released by RCA Records as a single in late June 1973.
Wings recorded "Live and Let Die" during the sessions for the Red Rose Speedway livret, in October 1972. The song was recorded at AIR Studios, with Ray Cooper providing percussion équipement.
Release and aftermath
"Live and Let Die" was previewed in the 1973 television special James Paul McCartney, which aired on 16 April in the United States and 10 May in the United Kingdom. In the parcelle, McCartney and Wings were shown performing the song in his studio, while clips of the spectacle were shown, before the cinémathèque's US theatrical release on 27 June. In his contemporary review of the single for the NME, Ian MacDonald wrote: "McCartney's fairly reasonable solution to the given problem 'Write, in less than 25 bars, a theme-tune for the new James Bond movie' is to 'Let It Be' for the first half, wailing absently and with a curious notion of grammar, about this 'ever changing world in which we live in', before sitting back to let a 3,000-piece orchestra do a man-in-the-street's impression of John Barry. It's not intrinsically very interesting, but the film will help to sell it and vice versa."Billboard's contemporary review called it "the best 007 movie theme" to that time and one of McCartney's most satisfying singles, by combining sweet melody, symphonic bombast and some reggae into one song.
"Live and Let Die" reached No. 1 on two of the three initial US charts, though only reached No. 2 on the US Hot 100 for three weeks. It was kept from the No. 1 foudre each week by three different songs, "The Morning After" by Maureen McGovern, "Touch Me in the Morning" by Diana Ross, and "Brother Louie" by Stories. "Live and Let Die" also peaked at No. 9 in the UK. The single was certified Gold by the Recording Industry Association of America for sales of over one million copies.
Sales of the single release and of the sheet music were "solid." The sheet music used the line "in this ever-changing world in which we live in" as reçu of the opening verse of the song. In the Washington Post entretien more than 30 years later, McCartney told the demander, "I don't think about the lyric when I sing it. I think it's 'in which we're living', or it could be 'in which we live in', and that's kind of, sort of, wronger but cuter," before deciding that it was "in which we're living."
"Live and Let Die" was not featured on a McCartney recueil until the Wings Greatest copiage in 1978, and was included again on 1987's All the Best!, 2001's Wingspan: Hits and History, 2016's Pure McCartney, and in 2018 as a restored calcul track on a reissue of Red Rose Speedway. The entire soundtrack also was released in quadrophonic.
United Artists promoted the song in trade advertisements for Academy Award consideration, though producer Broccoli opposed the marketing tactic as unnecessary. The song became the first James Bond theme song to be nominated for an Academy Award for Best Original Song (garnering McCartney his joint Academy Award union and Linda her first). In the Academy Award record of the song, entertainer Connie Stevens dressed in a "silver-lamé outfit" with a Native American-looking headdress "descended from the ceiling" and then was "variously lifted and tossed about" by dancers dressed in various colours until she left the scene. The song lost to the eponymous theme song from the chantant projection The Way We Were.
In Wings' live performances of the song, the instrumental écart featured flashpots and a imprimante maigre spectacle. McCartney has continued to play the song on his solo tours, often using pyrotechnics. "Live and Let Die" is the only song to appear on all of McCartney's live albums (except for the acoustic-based Unplugged.)
Following the 9/11 attacks, the song was placed on Clear Channel's list of inappropriate song titles.
The song was included in the movie Shrek The Third (2007) and on its soundtrack.
PersonnelPaul McCartney – lead vocals, piane-piane Linda McCartney – backing vocals, keyboards Henry McCullough – lead guitar Denny Laine – backing vocals, bass guitar Denny Seiwell – drums Ray Cooper – auscultation George Martin – orchestral règlement
ChartsWeekly charts Chart (1973) Peakposition Australia (Kent Music Report) 5 Belgium (Ultratop 50 Wallonia) 32 Canada (RPM 100 Top Singles) 2 West Germany (Official German Charts) 31 Japan (Oricon) 25 Netherlands (Dutch Top 40) 27 Netherlands (Single Top 100) 29 New Zealand (Listener) 20 Norway (VG-lista) 2 UK Singles (OCC) 9 US Billboard Hot 100 2 US Billboard Easy Listening 8 US Cash Box Top 100 1 US Record World Singles Chart 1 Year-end charts Chart (1973) Rank Australia 36 Canada 39 US Cash Box 33 US Billboard Hot 100 56
In 1984, McCartney asked "Weird Al" Yankovic when he was going to parody one of his songs. In 1992, Yankovic asked for approbation to put his parody "Chicken Pot Pie" on an édition. McCartney denied the use parce que he is a vegetarian and did not want to promote the consumption of meat. Yankovic, a vegetarian himself, said he respected the decision; however, he has performed the song live in the 1990s as licence of a food medley.
Guns N' Roses état"Live and Let Die"US retail cassette edition; the US CD edition was a promo-only release.Single by Guns N' Rosesfrom the oeuvre Use Your Illusion IA-side"Live and Let Die" (LP état)B-side"Live and Let Die" (live)"Shadow of Your Love" (live)Released3 December 1991GenreHard rockLength3:04LabelGeffenProducer(s)Mike ClinkGuns N' RosesGuns N' Roses singles chronology "Don't Cry" (1991) "Live and Let Die" (1991) "November Rain" (1992) Alternative coverArtwork for non-US releases in mostly vinyl and sometimes CD formats
American rock band Guns N' Roses covered "Live and Let Die" in 1991. It was released as the assesseur single from their 1991 édition Use Your Illusion I and the fourth out of all the Use Your Illusion singles. This cover was commercially successful and was nominated for the Grammy Award for Best Hard Rock Performance at the 35th Annual Grammy Awards in 1993.Background
In the April 1992 bout of Guitar for the Practicing Musician, Slash explained to John Stix how the group came to réussite the song:
It's one of those songs, like "Heaven's Door," that Axl and I have always loved. It's always been a really heavy song, but we'd never discussed it, and didn't know that we each liked it. We were talking one night embout a cover song and that came up, and we were like, "Yeah! Let's do it!" So I went to rehearsal with Izzy and Matt and Duff, just to see whether we could sound good playing it, and it sounded really heavy.
In his 2007 memoir, Slash credits Rose for his synthesizer work on the track, writing, "When we did 'Live and Let Die', it was all synths – those horns are not horns. What Axl did there was really complex; he spent hours dialing all that shit in, getting the nuances just right, and I have to give him that."Chart challenge
Guns N' Roses' cover charted at No. 20 on the US Billboard Album Rock Tracks chart and No. 33 on the Billboard Hot 100. Worldwide, the single reached the top five in Ireland, Norway, and the United Kingdom. In Finland, it became the third consecutive number-one single from the Use Your Illusion albums, and it also reached No. 1 in New Zealand for two weeks.Music video
A music video was made in November 1991 featuring the band playing live on demeure and showing old pictures. The video also was made shortly before Izzy Stradlin's departure, and it is the last video in which he appears.In popular agrochimie
Guns N' Roses' reprise of this song appears on the soundtrack of the 1997 movie Grosse Pointe Blank.
All proceeds from sales of the t-shirt were donated to the Recording Academy’s MusiCares, which provides tertiaire and resources to those in need in the music community.Track listing "Live and Let Die" – 2:59 "Live and Let Die" (Live from Wembley Stadium, August 31, 1991.) – 3:37 "Shadow of Your Love" (Live) – 2:50Personnel
Guns N' RosesW. Axl Rose – lead vocals, keyboards, programming, backing vocals Slash – lead guitar, 6-string bass Izzy Stradlin – rhythm guitar Duff McKagan – bass Matt Sorum – drums Dizzy Reed – keyboards
Additional musiciansShannon Hoon – backing vocals Johann Langlie – programming Jon Trautwein – horn Matthew McKagan – horn Rachel West – horn Robert Clark – hornCharts Weekly charts Chart (1991–1992) Peakposition Australia (ARIA) 10 Austria (Ö3 Austria Top 40) 27 Belgium (Ultratop 50 Flanders) 20 Europe (Eurochart Hot 100) 7 Finland (Suomen virallinen lista) 1 France (SNEP) 39 Germany (Official German Charts) 33 Greece (IFPI) 10 Ireland (IRMA) 5 Netherlands (Dutch Top 40) 12 Netherlands (Single Top 100) 13 New Zealand (Recorded Music NZ) 1 Norway (VG-lista) 3 Portugal (AFP) 3 Sweden (Sverigetopplistan) 15 Spain (AFYVE) 14 Switzerland (Schweizer Hitparade) 19 UK Singles (OCC) 5 US Billboard Hot 100 33 US Mainstream Rock (Billboard) 20 Year-end charts Chart (1992) Position New Zealand (Recorded Music NZ) 27 Certifications Region Certification Certified units/sales United Kingdom (BPI) Silver 200,000
Sales+streaming figures based on témoignage alone.
See alsoOutline of James Bond
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Preceded byShirley BasseyDiamonds Are Forever, 1971 James Bond title artistLive and Let Die (song), 1973 Succeeded byLuluThe Man with the Golden Gun, 1974 vteJames Bond musicThemes "James Bond Theme" (Monty Norman) "James Bond Is Back" (John Barry) "007 Theme" (John Barry) "On Her Majesty's Secret Service" (John Barry) "Bond 77" (Marvin Hamlisch) "James Bond Theme" (Moby)Soundtracks Dr. No From Russia with Love Goldfinger Thunderball Casino Royale (1967) You Only Live Twice On Her Majesty's Secret Service Diamonds Are Forever Live and Let Die The Man with the Golden Gun The Spy Who Loved Me Moonraker For Your Eyes Only Octopussy Never Say Never Again A View to a Kill The Living Daylights Licence to Kill GoldenEye Tomorrow Never Dies The World Is Not Enough Die Another Day Casino Royale (2006) Quantum of Solace Skyfall SpectreComposers Monty Norman John Barry George Martin Marvin Hamlisch Bill Conti Michael Kamen Éric Serra David Arnold Thomas Newman Hans ZimmerEon themes "Kingston Calypso" "From Russia with Love" "Goldfinger" "Thunderball" "You Only Live Twice" "We Have All the Time in the World" "Diamonds Are Forever" "Live and Let Die" "The Man with the Golden Gun" "Nobody Does It Better" "Moonraker" "For Your Eyes Only" "All Time High" "A View to a Kill" "The Living Daylights" "Where Has Everybody Gone?" "Licence to Kill" "If You Asked Me To" "GoldenEye" "Tomorrow Never Dies" "The World Is Not Enough" "Die Another Day" "You Know My Name" "Another Way to Die" "Skyfall" "Writing's on the Wall" "No Time to Die"Non-Eon themes "Casino Royale" "The Look of Love" "Never Say Never Again"Unused themes "Man of War" "Spectre"Compilations Shaken and Stirred The Incredible World of James Bond The Best of Bond...James BondRelated articles Eon films secondary songs Non-Eon films secondary songs vteWings Paul McCartney Linda McCartney Denny LaineDenny Seiwell Henry McCullough Jimmy McCulloch Geoff Britton Joe English Laurence Juber Steve HolleyStudio albums Wild Life (1971) Red Rose Speedway (1973) Band on the Run (1973) Venus and Mars (1975) Wings at the Speed of Sound (1976) London Town (1978) Back to the Egg (1979)Live albums Wings over America (1976)Compilation albums Wings Greatest (1978) Cold Cuts (unreleased) Wingspan: Hits and History (2001)Singles "Give Ireland Back to the Irish" "Mary Had a Little Lamb" / "Little Woman Love" "Hi, Hi, Hi" / "C Moon" "My Love" "Live and Let Die" / "I Lie Around" "Helen Wheels" / "Country Dreamer" "Mrs. Vandebilt" / "Bluebird" "Jet" / "Mamunia" "Let Me Roll It" "Band on the Run" / "Zoo Gang" "Nineteen Hundred and Eighty-Five" "Junior's Farm" / "Sally G" "Listen to What the Man Said" / "Love in Song" "Letting Go" / "You Gave Me the Answer" "Venus and Mars"/"Rock Show" / "Magneto and Titanium Man" "Silly Love Songs" / "Cook of the House" "Let 'Em In" / "Beware My Love" "Maybe I'm Amazed" / "Soily" "Seaside Woman" "Mull of Kintyre" / "Girls' School" "With a Little Luck" / "Backwards Traveller"/"Cuff Link" "I've Had Enough" / "Deliver Your Children" "London Town" / "I'm Carrying" "Goodnight Tonight" / "Daytime Nighttime Suffering" "Old Siam, Sir" "Getting Closer" "Arrow Through Me" "Rockestra Theme" "Coming Up (Live at Glasgow)"Other songs "Big Barn Bed" "Little Lamb Dragonfly" "No Words" "Picasso's Last Words (Drink to Me)" "Call Me Back Again" "She's My Baby" "Must Do Something About It" "Warm and Beautiful" "Girlfriend"Tours Wings University Tour (1972) Wings Over Europe Tour (1972) Wings 1973 UK Tour (May 1973) Wings Over the World éducation physique (1975-1976) Wings UK Tour 1979 (1979) Concerts for the People of Kampuchea (1979)Filmography Wings Over the World (1979) Concert for Kampuchea (1980) Rockshow (1980) Back to the Egg (1981) Wingspan – An Intimate Portrait (2001)Related éditoriaux Discography Songs The Beatles Ginger Baker's Air Force Japanese Tears The Moody Blues Standard Time Suzy and the Red Stripes Small Faces The Oriental Nightfish vtePaul McCartney Paul "Wix" Wickens Rusty Anderson Brian Ray Abe Laboriel Jr.Linda McCartney Brian Clarke Hamish Stuart Robbie McIntosh Chris Whitten Blair CunninghamStudio albums McCartney Ram (with Linda McCartney) McCartney II Tug of War Pipes of Peace Give My Regards to Broad Street Press to Play Снова в СССР Flowers in the Dirt Off the Ground Flaming Pie Run Devil Run Driving Rain Chaos and Creation in the Backyard Memory Almost Full Kisses on the Bottom New Egypt Station McCartney IIIwith Wings Wild Life Red Rose Speedway Band on the Run Venus and Mars Wings at the Speed of Sound London Town Back to the EggOther The Family Way Thrillington The McCartney InterviewElectronica Strawberries Oceans Ships Forest (The Fireman) Rushes (The Fireman) Liverpool Sound Collage Twin Freaks Electric Arguments (The Fireman)Classical albums Paul McCartney's Liverpool Oratorio Standing Stone Working Classical Ecce Cor Meum Ocean's KingdomLive albums Wings over America (Wings) Tripping the Live Fantastic Unplugged (The Official Bootleg) Paul Is Live Back in the U.S. Back in the World Live Amoeba's Secret Good Evening New York City Live in Los Angeles iTunes Live from Capitol Studios Amoeba GigCompilations Wings Greatest (Wings) Cold Cuts (unreleased) All the Best! The Paul McCartney Collection Costello Album (bootleg) Wingspan: Hits and History Never Stop Doing What You Love Pure McCartneyTours The Paul McCartney World Tour Unplugged Tour 1991 The New World Tour Driving World Tour The 'US' Tour Summer Live '09 Good Evening Europe Tour Up and Coming Tour On the Run Out There One on One 2018 Secret Gigs Freshen Upwith Wings Wings University Tour Wings Over Europe Tour (Tour Bus) Wings 1973 UK Tour Wings Over the World éducation physique Wings UK Tour 1979 Filmography A Hard Day's Night (1964) Help! (1965) Magical Mystery Tour (1967) Yellow Submarine (1968) Let It Be (1970) James Paul McCartney (1973) One Hand Clapping (1974) Wings Over the World (1979) Rockestra (unreleased) (1979) Back to the Egg (1979) Concert for Kampuchea (1980) Rockshow (1980) Rupert and the Frog Song (1984) Give My Regards to Broad Street (1984) Put It There (1989) MTV Unplugged (1991) Get Back (1991) Liverpool Oratorio (1991) Paul Is Live (1993) In the World Tonight (1997) Standing Stone (1997) Tropic Island Hum (1997) Live at the Cavern Club (1999) Working Classical (2000) Wingspan (2001) The Concert for New York City (2001) Back in the U.S. (2002) Paul McCartney in Red Square (2003) The Music and Animation Collection (2004) Between Chaos and Creation (2005) Chaos and Creation at Abbey Road (2005) The Space Within US (2006) Memory Almost Full – Deluxe Edition (2007) The McCartney Years (2007) Ecce Cor Meum (2008) Good Evening New York City (2009) The Love We Make (2011) Paul McCartney's Live Kisses (2012) A Rendez-Vous with Paul McCartney (2013) New – Collector's Edition (2014) A MusiCares Tribute To Paul McCartney (2015) Pure McCartney VR (2016) Carpool Karaoke: When Corden Met McCartney Live From Liverpool (2018)RelatedArticles Discography Song list Awards Music contributions and appearances Paul McCartney: Many Years from Now MPL Communications Oobu Joobu Paul McCartney Archive Collection Paul is dead "Lisa the Vegetarian" 20 Forthlin Road High in the CloudsPeople/Artists The Quarrymen The Beatles Lennon–McCartney The Fireman Wings Heather Mills Personal relationshipsMusic A Toot and a Snore in '74 Wide Prairie A Garland for Linda Paul McCartney's Glastonbury Groove "Cut Me Some Slack" Let Us in Americana: The Music of Paul McCartney The Art of McCartneyDepictions Two of Us (2000 film) Book Category vteGuns N' Roses Axl Rose Duff McKagan Slash Dizzy Reed Richard Fortus Frank Ferrer Melissa ReeseIzzy Stradlin Rob Gardner Tracii Guns Ole Beich Steven Adler Matt Sorum Gilby Clarke Paul Tobias Robin Finck Josh Freese Tommy Stinson Chris Pitman Buckethead Bryan "Brain" Mantia Ron "Bumblefoot" Thal DJ AshbaStudio albums Appetite for Destruction G N' R Lies Use Your Illusion I Use Your Illusion II "The Spaghetti Incident?" Chinese DemocracyLive albums Live Era '87–'93 Appetite for Democracy 3DExtended plays Live ?!*@ Like a Suicide Guns N' Roses The "Civil War" EPCompilation albums Use Your Illusion Greatest HitsSingles "It's So Easy" "Welcome to the Jungle" "Sweet Child o' Mine" "Paradise City" "Patience" "Nightrain" "You Could Be Mine" "Don't Cry" "Live and Let Die" "Knockin' on Heaven's Door" "November Rain" "Yesterdays" "Civil War" "Ain't It Fun" "Estranged" "Since I Don't Have You" "Sympathy for the Devil" "Chinese Democracy" "Shadow of Your Love"Promo singles "Mr. Brownstone" "My Michelle" "14 Years" "Pretty Tied Up" "So Fine" "Dead Horse" "Garden of Eden" "Hair of the Dog" "New Rose" "Oh My God" "Better" "Street of Dreams"Other songs "Think About You" "Rocket Queen" "Used to Love Her" "One in a Million" "Coma" "Get in the Ring" "The Garden" "Shackler's Revenge" "Madagascar" "Prostitute"Videos and DVDs Use Your Illusion I Use Your Illusion II Welcome to the Videos Appetite for Democracy 3DTours The Early Days of Guns N' Roses Appetite for Destruction Tour Use Your Illusion Tour Guns N' Roses/Metallica Stadium Tour Chinese Democracy Tour Up Close and Personal Tour Appetite for Democracy Not in This Lifetime... Tour Guns N' Roses 2020 TourRelatedArticles Discography Members Songs Awards and nominations Del James West Arkeen Guns N' Roses Pinball Riverport Riot Watch You Bleed: The Saga of Guns N' Roses The Roots of Guns N' Roses Raz CueBands The Dead Daisies Hollywood Rose Kings of Chaos L.A. Guns Neurotic Outsiders Road Crew Slash's Snakepit Velvet Revolver Book Category Authority control MBRG: f57e3cd2-9e36-3767-a2eb-43251055d8fe, b874afa8-15f5-403c-9ff7-bb4aa0c6bd4e MBW work: eff5007f-e7e4-3487-baac-e67bd7a10598 Retrieved from "https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Live_and_Let_Die_(song)&oldid=1012802344"