Bond Opening Titles and Songs – The Moore Years

Bond fans know that there are certain things you expect from a 007 movies. Two of them are title songs by current music superstars, and the opening title sequence.

As a quick post to compliment my Bond reviews, and the Bond Movie Poster posts, here are the Roger Moore Bond openings.

What’s your favourite Moore Bond theme song?

What’s your favourite Moore opening title sequence?


LIVE AND LET DIE

Song written by Paul and Linda McCartney. Performed by Paul McCartney and Wings. Titles designed by.Maurice Binder.


THE MAN WITH THE GOLDEN GUN

Song written by John Barry with lyrics by Don Black. Performed by Lulu. Titles designed by Maurice Binder.


THE SPY WHO LOVED ME

Song written by Marvin Hamlisch, lyrics by Carole Bayer Sager, performed by Carly Simon. Titles designed by Maurice Binder.


MOONRAKER

Song by John Barry, lyrics by Hal David, performed by Shirley Bassey. Titles designed by Maurice Binder.


FOR YOUR EYES ONLY

Song by Bill Conti, lyrics by Michael Leeson. Performed by Sheena Easton – the only singer to appear in the titles. Titles designed by Maurice Binder.


OCTOPUSSY

“All Time High” written by. John Barry, lyrics by Tim Rice. Performed by Rita Coolidge. Titles designed by Maurice Binder.

A VIEW TO A KILL

Song by Duran Duran and John Barry. Performed by Duran Duran. Titles designed by Maurice Binder.

For me, best opening titles belong to THE SPY WHO LOVED ME.

Best theme song: THE SPY WHO LOVED ME. (with “For Your Eyes Only” and “A View to a Kill” as a close seconds).


More on Bond Opening titles and Songs:

BOND OPENING TITLES AND SONGS – THE CONNERY YEARS

BOND OPENING TITLES AND SONGS – THE DALTON YEARS

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