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  • Performer: Quincy Jones
  • Album: The Hot Rock
  • FLAC: 1358 mb | MP3: 1271 mb
  • Released: 1972
  • Country: US
  • Style: Dixieland, Soul, Funk
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Quincy Jones - The Hot Rock album flac

Tracklist

A1 Listen To The Melody 3:44
A2 Main Title 3:14
A3 Talking Drums 2:08
A4 Seldom Seen Sam 2:30
A5 Parole Party 1:59
A6 When You Believe 2:53
B1 Hot Rock Theme 2:45
B2 Miasmo 2:13
B3 Sahara Stone 3:00
B4 Slam City 1:56
B5 Listen To The Melody / Dixie Tag 4:38
B6 End Title 3:10

Companies, etc.

  • Distributed By – Atlantic Recording Corporation
  • Pressed By – Artone Press
  • Recorded At – Record Plant, Los Angeles

Credits

  • Arranged By – Quincy Jones
  • Conductor – Quincy Jones
  • Mixed By – Phil Schier
  • Performer [Musician] – Carol Kaye, Chuck Rainey, Clare Fischer, Clark Terry, Dennis Budimir, Emil Richards, Frank Rosolino, Gerry Mulligan, Grady Tate, Jerome Richardson, Mike Melvoin, Milt Holland, Ray Brown, Tommy Tedesco, Victor Feldman
  • Producer – Quincy Jones
  • Recorded By – Phil Schier

Notes

not the same prophecy records

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
SD 6055 Quincy Jones The Hot Rock (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack And More) ‎(LP, Album, Phi) Prophesy Records SD 6055 US 1972
SD 6055 Quincy Jones The Hot Rock (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack And More) ‎(LP, Album, Pre) Prophesy Records SD 6055 US 1972
P-8243A Quincy Jones The Hot Rock (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack And More) ‎(LP, Album) Atlantic P-8243A Japan 1972
K40371 Quincy Jones How To Steal A Diamond In Four Uneasy Lessons(Original Motion Picture Soundtrack And More) ‎(LP, Album) Atlantic K40371 UK 1972
SD 6055 Quincy Jones The Hot Rock ‎(LP) Atlantic SD 6055 US 1972

From the soundtrack of the film The Hot Rock, here's the main title composed by Quincy Jones.

Vocals – The Don Elliot Voices. How To Steal A Diamond In Four Uneasy Lessons(Original Motion Picture Soundtrack And More) ‎(LP, Album).

The Dude is a 1981 studio album released and recorded by Quincy Jones. The album produced three . Top 40 hits and features the debut of vocalist James Ingram on the singles "Just Once" and "One Hundred Ways," which reached No. 17 and 14, respectively, on the Billboard Hot 100. ("One Hundred Ways" was sampled by MF Doom for the track "Rhymes Like Dimes," from his debut solo album, Operation: Doomsday.

The Quincy Jones Musiq Consortium, Quincy Jones' music and education project. com/Quincy Jones (disambiguation). The Hot Rock can refer to: The Hot Rock, the first (1970) John Dortmunder novel by Donald E. Westlake. The Hot Rock (film), a 1972 movie based on the novel. The Hot Rock (album), a 1999 album by Sleater-Kinney. Hot dry rock geothermal energy.

Soundtrack album by. Quincy Jones. Quincy Jones chronology. Smackwater Jack (1971). You've Got It Bad Girl (1973). The film score was composed, arranged and conducted by Quincy Jones and the soundtrack album was originally released on the Prophesy label in 1972. All compositions by Quincy Jones except where noted. Listen to the Melody" (Quincy Jones, Bill Rinehart, Tay Uhler) − 3:44. Talking Drums" − 2:08.

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Q: The Musical Biography of Quincy Jones.

Soon, as a trumpeter, he was performing with Lionel Hampton and Dizzy Gillespie, before releasing his first album in 1956, This Is How I Feel About Jazz. From that time on, Jones released dozens of records, such as 1961’s The Quintessence, a succinct collection of swinging tracks featuring trumpeter Freddie Hubbard and pianist Bobby Scott. He finished off the decade with the joyful strut of Walking in Space. Quincy Jones The Deadly Affair (Verve, 1966).