Vic Flick

Vic Flick is perhaps best known for a little lick he recorded on guitar for the movie James Bond! His fascinating career as a musician, which dates back to the late 1950s, was captured beautifully in his book Vic Flick Guitarman: From James Bond to The Beatles and Beyond, which was published in 2008.  Vic played on the soundtrack for several well-known films including Dr. No, A Hard’s Day Night and Heat and Dust, in which he also helped in arranging and composing.  Perhaps the only thing more impressive than his playing career is his own passion for music, which seems to be a part of everything he does in life.

Interview Date:
January 24, 2014
Job Title:
Musician, Composer

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