The first song on this soundtrack, "A Love For You," was recorded by Paul McCartney and Wings for Ram, but not included on that album. It's hard to believe this song has remained unreleased until now. It's a spirited rocker with a very catchy melody, and could easily have been a hit song. The previously unreleased version of "Live And Let Die" included on this album has more of a demo feel to it than the regular version. "I'm Carrying" is also not a new McCartney song, but is a pleasant album track from the London Town album. You haven't lived until you've heard Ella Fitzgerald's version of the Cream song "Sunshine Of Your Love," with the brass section playing the guitar parts! The real find on this album is "More Than A Friend" by the group All Too Much. It was recorded in 2003 but it sounds like a psychedelic pop song from the sixties. Stylistically, this album is a mixed bag. You have to love a collection that includes both Elvis Presely and Yma Sumac, a woman with a five octave vocal range! Ray Charles has said that there are only two kinds of music; good and bad. No matter what type of song is included, this soundtrack contains all good music.