For those who can’t get enough spy soundtrack music, there is now SECRET AGENT RADIO, an Internet “radio station.”
It’s part of the AccuRadio Web site, which provides music offerings of various types.
Secret Agent Radio covers a lot of ground, including soundtracks from Bond films, The Man From U.N.C.L.E., I Spy, The Prisoner, Danger Man/Secret Agent. It can also veer into related genres, including music from Henry Mancini’s Peter Gunn soundtrack.
There’s also Open Channel D, which, despite its name, isn’t exclusively U.N.C.L.E. soundtracks and plays some of the same other selections as Secret Agent Radio. Finally, there’s Channel 007, which specializes in 007 sountracks, featuring music by John Barry and other composers. Based on a sampling, it’s currently playing selections from Thomas Newman’s Skyfall soundtrack fairly often.
There are occasional commercials, but the interruptions don’t seem to occur that often, certainly less often than a commercial radio station.
Filed under: James Bond Films, The Other Spies | Tagged: AccuRadio, Danger Man, Henry Mancini, I Spy, James Bond Films, John Barry, Peter Gunn, Secret Agent Radio, Skyfall, The Man From U.N.C.L.E, The Other Spies, The Prisoner, Thomas Newman |