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Goldfinger John Barry, 1964So perfectly judged are all John Barry's Bond scores that they could fill half this list. Merry Christmas, Mr Lawrence David Sylvian and Ryuichi Sakamoto, 1983Featuring an unlikely David Bowie as a Japanese POW, Nagisa Oshima's film is now best remembered for its melancholically beautiful soundtrack.But this, performed by Shirley Bassey, is surely The One. Jean de Florette Jean-Claude Petit and Guiseppe Verdi, 1987The easy, wheezy, maudlin lyricism of its soundtrack appears to contain a sort of Gallic shrug, a low-level grumpiness, in those self-pitying head-turned-down phrases.
Alfie Sonny Rollins, 1966Cilla's great version of the title song doesn't feature on this record, but Rollins's saxophone makes up for it.American Graffiti Various, 1973For an unapologetically slight slice of nostalgia about the mythic power of rock? Wild Style Various, 1983Rap's Rock Around the Clock mythologised graffiti writers, downtown DJs and New York's emerging street sound.Its soundtrack captures the excitement and creative power of hip-hop's primal scenes.The Payback James Brown, 1974Brown recorded his first great soundtrack for the gangster street saga Black Caesar.A sequel followed, but the director Larry Cohen rejected Brown's music - because it didn't sound like him.