Altogether, Davis and the Pacific Symphony played about 20 songs, or at least one number from all the Bond films. Carewe sang for just under half of them, her voice molding to the required style of each number as the evening progressed.
Carewe's talents came out best in "For Your Eyes Only" (1981) and "License to Kill" (1989). I wasn't entirely convinced, though, with Carewe's R&B style for "Goldeneye" (1995), but Tina Turner's original rendition of it would be a hard act for anyone to follow.
Last, but not least, plaudits go to the hall's lighting crew. Their patterns projected above the symphony — especially the ones resembling the signature point-of-view gun barrel sequence that opens most Bond films — truly helped enhance the viewing and listening experience.