Spies in Time 1967 Volume 1 Collection is a set of 15 soundtracks that capture the sound and feeling of the spy and espionage movie and television genre of the 1960's.
It is the year 1967 - the height of the Cold War. As the Western powers square off against the Soviet Union, malign, occult and inscrutable groups try to play West and East off the other. Spies leak into Istanbul, Hong Kong, the Caribbean, South America - and throughout Europe. Everyone smoked, drank martinis and either drove huge American cars or svelte European sports cars. The is the era of Spies in Time 1967.
Spies in Time 1967 Main Title (2:35), Recon and Assassination (1:21), The Briefing (1:21), Romance in a Romantic Location (2:15), At the Casino (1:11), Chase and Escape (1:24), The Evil Organization (1:20), The Car Chase (1:11), Ninja Attack at Night (1:38), Enter the Enemy Lair (1:29), Captured by the Enemy (1:21), Romantic Denoument (1:15), Climactic Battle (1:50), Nuclear Countdown (1:15), Spies in Time 1967 Closing Theme (1:32).
Available for individual licensing and also as a collection.
The title sequence! Instead of starting with an explosion - Spies in Time 1967 begins with a ear catching piano driven theme that gives ample time to scroll introductory credits as well as genre flash with brass and electric guitar. Spies in Time 1967 Main Title (2:35).
Xylaphone, electric guitars and orchestratic sound make build tension as true patriot spies and enemy agents square off during a recon mission - that ends in assassination! Recon and Assassination (1:21).
Flutes and brass lead an orchestra as our spies arrive at the home office for a briefing with the leader of the organization. The Briefing stands alone or supports the main title theme. The Briefing (1:21)
A slightly melancholic piano theme based around elements of the main theme, this track is perfect for a sweet and secret liaison. Romance in a Romantic Location stands along or supports the main title theme. Romance in a Romantic Location (2:15).
90% brass classics and 10% hip - At the Casino is a catchy tune the exudes coolness of the 60s casino - not the coin crashing sounds of Las Vegas but the elegance of high stakes baccarat on the French Riviera. At the Casino stands alone or supports the main title theme. At the Casino (1:11).
Chase and escape - cat and mouse. Electric guitar, piano and drums are supported by orchestra in a sequence that isnt directly violent - but represents spy vs spy squaring off over great distances. Chase and Escape stands alone or supports the main title theme. Chase and Escape (1:24).
Brass and deep strings are supported by orchestra in a sequence that provides an introduction to the evil organization - following a stooge or enemy agent into the heart of the darkness; it doesnt end well either for the agent. The Evil Organization stands alone or supports the main title theme. The Evil Organization (1:20)
Traction and sirens - drums and genre brass band make this a track you will want to use when agents are being followed or traveling at high speeds! The Car Chase stands alone or supports the main title theme. The Car Chase (1:11)
Mysterious oriental sounds - with just a touch of 1960s genre camp. Bongos, fake koto and supporting brass make this immediately recognizable as a threat from the far east. Ninja Attack at Night stands alone or supports the main theme. Ninja Attack at Night (1:38).
Main theme part 2 - entering the enemy lair features genre brass, jazzy piano accompaniment and supporting orchestra. Patriotic spies penetrate the enemy lair and take out their share of enemy agents and nameless minions. Enter the Enemy Lair stands alone or supports the main theme. Enter the Enemy Lair (1:29).
Slower electric guitar and orchestra with supporting piano make for a dark and threatening track - our spy is captured! A shift near the end of the track could be a daring escape. Captured by the Enemy stands alone or supports the main theme. Captured by the Enemy (1:21).
Soft and romantic brass supported by orchestra make this a perfect accompaniment for either a romantic denoument with a double-agent of the last goodbye. Romantic Denoument fits well into other eras well - even back to the hard boiled era of the 40's or 50's. Romantic Denoument stands alone or supports the main theme. Romantic Denoument (1:15).
Introduced by a derivative of the main theme - this track has a high energy turn around. Some creative editing can extend this track to make your battle longer. Climactic Battle stands alone or supports the main theme. Climactic Battle (1:50).
A ticking clock, brass and electric guitar build up the tension - this is the track where our agents have to defuse the nuclear bomb or turn around an enemy lair nuclear meltdown! Nuclear Countdown stands alone or supports the main theme. Nuclear Countdown (1:15).
A mellow "run the credits" ending turn to the main theme - genre piano is supported by full orchestra. This track can, with easy editing, be easily looped to fit any credits length. Spies in Time 1967 Closing Theme (1:32).