Quincy Jones - Plays The Hip Hits + Golden Boy album flac
Title: Plays The Hip Hits + Golden Boy
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Quincy Jones Plays Hip Hits is an album by Quincy Jones consisting of songs that were hits for other musicians. It was released by Mercury in 1963. Featured soloists include Joe Newman, Zoot Sims, and Phil Woods. Still jazz-oriented, Jones' work with a studio big band was clearly aimed at trying to sell records rather than play creative jazz.
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Golden Boy (1964)Golden Boy1964. Quincy Jones Plays Hip Hits is a 1963 album by American impresario, jazz composer, trumpeter, arranger and record producer Quincy Jones. The album is mostly made up of brief arrangements by Quincy of songs that had recently been hits for other jazz artists.
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Biography by Mark Deming. One of the most accomplished figures in modern music, crossing jazz, R&B, film music, and pop over a seven-decade career entailing 27 Grammy awards.
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Produced by Quincy Jones. Album Golden Boy. Theme From Golden Boy (Big Band Version) Lyrics. 1. Theme From Golden Boy (String Version). 2. The Witching Hour. 4. Golden Boy. 5. Django. 7. Theme From Golden Boy (Big Band Version). 10. The Midnight Sun Will Never Set. Home.
Still, Quincy Jones notes that there was some resistance to the interracial romance implied by the song. Radio didn’t like the idea of Paul and Michael fighting over the same girl, and some stations wouldn’t play it, he says. Jackson’s instincts proved correct – the song made it to Number Two on the pop charts and all the way to Number One on the R&B singles chart. These were emotions no one had ever heard before from the former boy wonder. I figured that he was making a conscious effor. o change his image, wrote Michael’s mother, Katherine, in her book, My Family, The Jacksons. I think he felt that his image had become. Thriller’: How Michael Jackson and Quincy Jones Made the Bestselling Album of All Time.
Quincy Jones produced the 1981 Every One Should Have One album recorded by his goddaughter, Patti Austin. It featured the Billboard Hot 100 number one duet "Baby Come to Me" with James Ingram. In 1980, Quincy Jones produced The Brothers Johnson fourth consecutive platinum album Light Up the Night featuring the number one R&B hit "Stomp. It was his final production for the duo. 15.
|Plays The Hip Hits|
|Comin' Home Baby|
|Cast Your Fate To The Wind|
|A Taste Of Honey|
|Back At The Chicken Shack|
|Walk On The Wild Side|
|Bossa Nova U.S.A.|
|Theme From Golden Boy|
|The Witching Hour|
|Theme From Golden Boy|
|A Hard Day's Night|
|The Midnight Sun Will Never Set|
|06007 5340292||Quincy Jones||Plays The Hip Hits + Golden Boy (CD, Comp, RM)||Mercury||06007 5340292||Europe||2012|
|UCCU-3172||Quincy Jones||Plays Hip Hits (CD, Album, Comp, RM, SHM)||Mercury||UCCU-3172||Japan||2012|