John Barry was one of the best-known composers of soundtrack music of the late 20th and early 21st centuries, but his career carried him through a multitude of music genres and styles. He was best-known in film in connection with his work on the James Bond pictures, but Barry was also the holder of five Academy Awards, none of them for the Bond movies. Born Free (for which he won Oscars for Best Score and Best Song), The Lion in Winter, Out of Africa, and Dances with Wolves are hardly unknown films or scores. Additionally, from 1957 until the early '60s as leader of the John Barry Seven, Barry was one of the best-known figures in popular music and early rock & roll in England.
|Sweet Talk||John Barry - The EMI Years Vol. 2||Classical, Pop|
Classical and Pop
Cello, Drums, Electric Guitar, Glockenspiel, Guitar, Percussion, Piano, Strings, Violin, and Xylophone
Atmospheric, Bright, Feel-Good, Funky/Groove, Percussive/Drums, and Quirky
Ballroom Dance, Best Friends, In Love, Make-Out, Morning After, Sunny Day, Victory, and Wedding
Film and Orchestral
John Barry - The EMI Years Vol. 2, #10