July 2, 2007 12:58

Mark Ronson wants to work with 'The Mighty Boosh' boys

The producer also has his eyes on James Bond theme

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Mark Ronson has announced that he wants to work on a song with the duo behind hit comedy 'The Mighty Boosh'.

The DJ/producer has declared he hopes to turn one of their five-second skits into a chart hit.

"One of my favourite comedy shows is 'The Mighty Boosh',” Ronson told XFM. “I had the pleasure of meeting one of the stars, Noel Fielding, stumbling off a muddy bus from Glastonbury.”

Ronson then explained he wanted to work on a song called ’Captain Cabinet’, which the pair created as a fictitious TV theme.

“There's a song from one of the shows - it's only four seconds long so they'd have to write more lyrics for it - but it's called 'Captain Cabinet' and basically it just goes: ‘[i]Captain Cabinet, Trapped in a cabinet, Can he get out? Will he get out? Course he will’[/b],” explained Ronson.

“It could be brilliant. I could turn it into musical gold. There's some other good songs from 'The Mighty Boosh' I could work with, they're obviously quite musical people."

The star added that he also was keen on working the next James Bond theme too.

"It's my dream to produce a song for a James Bond film so I told Amy [Winehouse] that if she gets offered the Bond thing, as has been rumoured, then she'd better let me produce the song, or I'll never talk to her again," he declared.

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