My edited rescore of Bond's escape from Tee-Hee's crocodile swamp and the ensuing boat chase through the Louisiana bayous using music from the Daniel Craig era of Bond films.
Some of J.W. Pepper's scenes were cut because they interfered with the pace of the chase and scoring. Considering the video is a staggering 18-and-a-half minutes anyway I can only hope the viewer can accept a few less shots of Clifton James's dipped tongue.
Film: Live and Let Die (MGM, 1973)
Music, in chronological order: "Day Wasted" by Thomas Newman "Oil Fields" by David Arnold "Pursuit at Port Au Prince" by David Arnold "Time to Get Out" by David Arnold "Backfire" by Thomas Newman
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