Goldfinger is the title song of the eponymous James Bond film Goldfinger in 1964. The song was composed by John Barry, Leslie Bricusse and Anthony Newley with lyrics by. The Executive of the song was Shirley Bassey, the singer who later took up a James Bond number twice more (Diamonds Are Forever and Moonraker). Goldfinger is used during the opening titles and end credits of the film. The song also appeared on thesoundtrack of the movie.
Newley originally took the song itself was chosen because her voice more on. Bassey effect would have. In 1992 released at the occasion of the release of Newley was the thirtieth anniversary of the James Bond films in a compilation: The Best of Bond ...James Bond.
The song performed well on the charts. It was in the United States, Gold and earned the top 10 in several European countries, including Netherlands. In Japan, the song was a number one hit. Since the 1960s, the song is the most famous work of Shirley Bassey, she sings the song at most performances that she gives.
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