Is It Love That Were Missin - Quincy Jones - I Heard That!! (Vinyl, LP)


Download Is It Love That Were Missin - Quincy Jones - I Heard That!! (Vinyl, LP)
1976
Label: A&M Records - SLAM 263705 • Format: 2x, Vinyl LP, Compilation Gatefold • Country: Italy • Genre: Jazz, Funk / Soul • Style: Jazz-Funk, Soul, Funk


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  1. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Gatefold Vinyl release of I Heard That!! on Discogs/5(31).
  2. Apr 13,  · Album's subtitle is "The Musical World of Quincy Jones" A4 is from the PBS TV Show "Rebop" D4 is from the Columbia Motion Picture "The Anderson Tapes" Side C is the Award Winning Side Side D is the Grammy Winning Side Liner notes feature an essay by Edward Eckstine entitled "The Musical World of Quincy Jones"/5().
  3. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Gatefold Vinyl release of I Heard That!! on Discogs.
  4. Artist: Quincy Jones Title: I Heard That! Year Of Release: () Label: A&M Records Genre: Funk, Soul, Disco Quality: FLAC (tracks) [16/44,1] [Vinyl, LP] Total Time: Total Size: MB WebSite: Album Preview.
  5. 1. I Heard That!! 2. Things Could Be Worse for Me 3. What Good Is a Song 4. You Have to Do It Yourself 5. There’s a Train Leavin’ 6. Midnight Soul Patrol 7. Brown Soft Shoe 8. Superstition 9. Summer in the City Is It Love That We’re Missing? Body Heat If I Ever Lose This Heaven Killer Joe Gula Matari Theme from the.
  6. After years of searching for this on cd, I decided to get it any way I could. Quincy Jones' music has also been ever present in my life and this album represents many facets of my musical growth. His choices of songs for this compilation are sublime and reminds me of what it really means to be a musician.4/5(21).
  7. The first LP is dominated by the generic soul vocals of a Quincy Jones-sponsored creation known as the Wattsline, which is largely saddled with routine soul material after a brief, promisingly funky start ("I Heard .
  8. This is quite an unusual album by Quincy Jones;one albums worth of brand new material pared with a record of older single edits of his earlier A&M recordings. The new material is,for the most part fairly cokedveywebnaurulf.udlahalwotheesembnitihekosurpa.co's features some group apparently called Wattsline and basically a good part of it is basically very standard 70's pop/R&B with some.

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