With Adele's "Skyfall" joining the ranks of James Bond's most famous anthems, from "Goldfinger" to "Live and Let Die," check out which other stars have tackled Bond theme songs over the years.
The first two James Bond movies didn't have traditional "theme songs" like we associate with the movie franchise today. But the first Bond movie, 1967's "Dr. No," did feature the "James Bond Theme" as written by Monty Norman and performed by John Barry and his orchestra, a song that has been featured in all 23 films to this point. The opening credits to "Dr. No" also featured two other pieces of music: an untitled bongo interlude and a Calypso-flavored rendition of "Three Blind Mice," titled "Kingston Calypso."
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