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8 thoughts on “ You Got To My Head - Quincy Jones - Go West, Man! (Vinyl, LP, Album) ”

  1. This two-LP set was supposed to contain a monumental suite tracing the evolution of black music but since Jones needed more time to work on it (it has yet to emerge!), he put out this stopgap set. One LP contains new material, the other is a retrospective of his previous A&M albums.
  2. Mar 12,  · The biggest-selling album of all time began with a potential pool of songs. Seven hundred. Quincy Jones and Michael Jackson methodically whittled .
  3. Apr 29,  · The album that brought Little Feat back to their, well, you know, Waiting for Columbus was recorded in London and Washington D.C. in August It was released six months later to .
  4. That Quincy Jones' artistry was held in highest esteem by other top-notch colleagues is evident from the cover notes on this album - for they were written by none other than the legendary Count Basie. There's certainly no better recommendation than that. Track Listing 1. The Birth Of A Band 2. Moanin' 3. I Remember Clifford 4. Along Came Betty /5(12).
  5. Quincy Jones "I Heard That" Album Wayde McKinney; 16 videos; Quincy Jones Ft Brothers Johnson Is It Love that We're Missin' Enjoy the videos and music you love, upload original content.
  6. This Is How I Feel About Jazz is the debut album by Quincy Jones. Jones arranged and conducted three recording sessions during September , each with a different line-up, from a nonet to a fifteen piece big band.
  7. QUINCY JONES Vinyl Records and CDs: Many today just know Quincy Jones as a recording industry powerhouse, but in the s and '60s he was an in-demand jazz arranger as well as the man who blazed a path for future African Americans in the movie studios and record companies. Jones grew up in Seattle and learned how to read music from the blind (!).

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