Washington D.C. has some of the world's greatest museums, and most of them are free to the public, even to visiting tourists such as ourselves. Two notable museums that I would recommend happen to be privately owned and thus charge admission, but they're worth it. One is the Newseum, an enormous complex dedicated to news, current affairs and the pursuit of journalism, and the other is the International Spy Museum, which appeals mightily to kids but which also offers quite a lot to the grownups, too.
When we visited last year, one of the souvenirs we collected was this CD, which was produced for the museum itself and consists largely of music from the heyday of spying, at least in pop culture. It contains the James Bond Theme (bet you can hum that guitar part to yourself right now, can't you), and themes from several Bond films, including John Barry's incandescent You Only Live Twice melody. There are selections from everything from North By Northwest to Get Smart to The Saint to novelty hits like Secret Agent Man.
The tunes get recycled a fair bit; Nick loves several of them, and the CD has come along for road trips. It's as essential a slice of the Sixties to me as, say, Sgt. Pepper or Pet Sounds.