Quincy Jones - Smackwater Jack mp3 flac download
Smackwater Jack is a 1971 studio album by Quincy Jones. Tracks include the theme music to Ironside and The Bill Cosby Show. Smackwater Jack" (Gerry Goffin, Carole King) – 3:31. Cast Your Fate to the Wind" (Vince Guaraldi, Carel Werber) – 4:26. Ironside" (Quincy Jones) – 3:53. What's Going On" (Renaldo "Obie" Benson, Al Cleveland, Marvin Gaye) – 9:51. Theme from "The Anderson Tapes" (from The Anderson Tapes)" (Jones) – 5:16. Brown Ballad" (Ray Brown) – 4:20
Smackwater Jack (LP, Album). A&M Records, A&M Records. seriously I have some digging to do here cause quincys archive is seriously littered with some culture defining gems. Reply Notify me 2 Helpful.
On Smackwater Jack, Quincy rolled all those influences together and produced an album with a mix of 70s and 60s sensibilities. Seventies because of the multi-sectioned art pop arrangements that mirror the progressive rock and RnB of that era and the very modern funk and RnB beats that drive the solo sections. The album mirrors the 60s in its glitzy big band arrangements and Quincy’s ongoing sense of 60s suburban kitsch hipness of the Johnny / era. Smackwater Jack is basically a big band album disguised as a pop album
Artists Quincy Jones Smackwater Jack. Smackwater Jack Quincy Jones. This album has an average beat per minute of 115 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 83/170 BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page. Tracklist Smackwater Jack.
Album Smackwater Jack. Smackwater Jack Lyrics. Now, Smackwater Jack He bought a shotgun 'Cause he was in the mood For a little confrontation He just a-let it all hang loose; He didn't think about the noose He couldn't take no more abuse So he shot down the congregation. You can't talk to a man With a shotgun in his hand.
Tracklist: 1. Smackwater Jack, 2. Cast Your Fate To The Wind, 3. Ironside (Theme From Ironside ; NBC-TV), 4. What’s Going On?, 5. Theme From The Anderson Tapes, 6. Brown Ballad, 7. Hikky-Burr (Theme From The Bill Cosby Show ; NBC-TV), 8. Guitar Blues Odyssey: From Roots To Fruits. More albums from Quincy Jones: Live At Budokan by Quincy Jones. Walk, Don’t Run – Original Sound Track Recording by Quincy Jones. Mirage (Original Motion Picture Score) by Quincy Jones. Golden Boy by Quincy Jones. Plays Hip Hits by Quincy Jones. Big Band Bossa Nova by Quincy Jones. The Slender Thread (Original Motion Picture Score) by Quincy Jones. In Cold Blood by Quincy Jones. View all albums . Smackwater Jack.
Smackwater Jack" is one of the most enjoyable of Quincy Jones's many albums, offering a kaleidoscope of styles and moods, and performances by top jazz and session musicians. The Japanese SHM-CD release being discussed here offers clear, full-bodied sound, and the charm of duplicating, as much as possible, the look and feel of the 1971 vinyl LP release, down to the tan A&M label on the CD. The effect of all this evident care is spoiled by the very first track on the disc, which is not the same as that found on the original album release. Like most of the albums that Quincy Jones released in the 1970s, the song selection on this album represents a mixed bag of musical styles. Very hard to classify it all, but very easy to enjoy such well-played and produced music.
Album · 1971 · 8 Songs. Listen on Apple Music.
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Backing Vocals – Barbara Massey, Joshie Armstead*, Maretha Stewart*, Marilyn Jackson, Valerie SimpsonSoloist, Vocals – Quincy JonesWritten-By – Carole King - Gerry Goffin*
|A2||Cast Your Fate To The Wind
Soloist, Flugelhorn – Marvin StammSoloist, Guitar – Eric Gayle*Soloist, Piano – Bobby ScottWritten-By – Vince Guaraldi
|A3||Ironside (Theme From "Ironside"; NBC-TV)
Soloist, Flugelhorn – Freddie HubbardSoloist, Flute – Hubert LawsSoloist, Saxophone – Jerome RichardsonWritten-By – Quincy Jones
|A4||What's Going On?
Backing Vocals – Barbara Massey, Joshie Armstead*, Maretha Stewart*, Marilyn JacksonSoloist, Flugelhorn – Freddie HubbardSoloist, Flute – Hubert LawsSoloist, Guitar – Jim Hall, Toots ThielemansSoloist, Harmonica, Whistling [Whistler] – Toots ThielemansSoloist, Vibraphone [Vibes] – Milt JacksonSoloist, Violin – Harry LookofskySoloist, Vocals – Quincy Jones, Valerie SimpsonWritten-By – Al Cleveland, Marvin Gaye, Renaldo Benson
|B1||Theme From "The Anderson Tapes"
Soloist, Flugelhorn – Freddie HubbardSoloist, Guitar, Harmonica – Toots ThielemansSoloist, Piano – Bobby ScottSoloist, Synthesizer [Moog] – Edd KalehoffSoloist, Vibraphone [Vibes] – Milt JacksonWritten-By – Quincy Jones
Soloist, Guitar – Jim HallSoloist, Harmonica – Toots ThielemansSoloist, Piano – Bobby ScottWritten-By – Ray Brown
|B3||Hikky-Burr (Theme From "The Bill Cosby Show"; NBC-TV)
Soloist, Flugelhorn – Freddie HubbardSoloist, Flute – Hubert LawsSoloist, Guitar – Eric Gayle*, Toots ThielemansSoloist, Whistling [Whistler] – Toots ThielemansVocals – Bill CosbyWritten-By – Bill Cosby, Quincy Jones
|B4||Guitar Blues Odyssey: From Roots To Fruits
Soloist  – Joe BeckSoloist, Guitar [1, 4, 7 & 9] – Eric Gayle*Soloist, Guitar  – Jim HallSoloist, Guitar [3, 5 & 6] – Toots ThielemansSoloist, Harmonica [3, 5 & 6] – Toots ThielemansWritten-By – Quincy Jones
- Recorded At – A&R Studios
- Recorded At – Sound Ideas Studios
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – A&M Records, Inc.
- Copyright (c) – A&M Records, Inc.
- Pressed By – Columbia Records Pressing Plant, Terre Haute
- Arranged By – Marty Paich (tracks: A1), Quincy Jones
- Bass Trombone – Alan Raph, Dick Hixon*, Tony Studd
- Concept By [Album Concept], Design – Craig Braun
- Conductor – Quincy Jones
- Creative Director – Roland Young
- Double Bass [String Bass] – Bob Cranshaw, Ray Brown
- Drums – Grady Tate, Paul Humphries*
- Electric Bass [Fender] – Carol Kaye, Chuck Rainey
- Electric Piano [Fender Rhodes] – Bob James, Jaki Byard, Joe Sample
- Engineer [Assistant] – George Clabin*, John Curcio, Tommy Vicari
- Engineer [Recording] – Phil Ramone
- Flute – Hubert Laws
- Guitar – Arthur Adams, Eric Gayle*, Freddie Robinson, Jim Hall, Joe Beck, Toots Thielemans
- Harmonica, Whistling [Whistle] – Toots Thielemans
- Harpsichord [Electric] – Dick Hyman
- Liner Notes – Ralph J. Gleason
- Organ – Jimmy Smith
- Percussion – George Devens, Larry Bunker
- Photography By – Jim McCrary
- Piano – Bobby Scott, Dick Hyman
- Piano [Tack] – Monty Alexander
- Producer – Phil Ramone, Quincy Jones, Ray Brown
- Soprano Saxophone – Jerome Richardson
- Synthesizer [Moog] – Paul Beaver
- Tenor Saxophone – Hubert Laws, Jerome Richardson, Peter Christlieb*
- Trombone [Tenor] – Garnett Brown, Wayne Andre
- Trumpet, Flugelhorn – Buddy Childers, Ernest Royal*, Eugene Young, Freddie Hubbard, Joe Newman, Marvin Stamm
- Vibraphone – Milt Jackson
- Violin – Harry Lookofsky
- Woodwind [Woods] – Jerome Richardson
Alternate promo label.
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