Date: Jan 30th, 2013 · Tags: Jazz CD Reviews

James Bond has a taste for the finer things in life; Aston Martin automobiles, Tom Ford suits, Omega Seamaster timepieces and mysteriously beautiful company from the fairer sex are just a few things that Bond bonds with these days, but jazz, sadly, doesn’t make the list. While Monty Norman’s famed “James Bond Theme” certainly paints a swinging picture of the world’s favorite MI6 agent, Bond’s connection to this music has fizzled out over time. Bond themes over the years have typically been performed by pop stars of the day with little or connection to jazz, but that doesn’t mean these songs aren’t jazz-worthy vehicles; pianist Daniel Lantz proves that OO7 and jazz can still make a hot couple…

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Daniel Lantz Trio: Plays Bond