Quincy Jones - The Italian Job mp3 album
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The Italian Job is the soundtrack to the 1969 film which was composed and arranged by Quincy Jones and released on the Paramount. The lyrics to "On Days Like These" and "Getta Bloomin' Move On! (The Self Preservation Society)" were written by Don Black. Getta Bloomin' Move On! (The Self Preservation Society)" was the closing theme of the film and was performed by members of the cast, the lyrics feature Cockney rhyming slang.
Quincy Jones back in the 60's. Apparently Quincy had no job, no money and he and his wife were expecting a baby, but he was talented. So producer Michael Deeley brought Quincy and his family over to England and set then up in a flat in Marble Arch and was commissioned hired
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.
Matt Monro, Peter King, Quincy Jones. Quincy Jones - Something's Cookin' 02:29. Quincy Jones - Hello Mrs. Beckerman! 01:01. Quincy Jones - Britannia And Mr. Bridger - If You Please 01:59. Quincy Jones - Trouble For Charlie 01:46. Quincy Jones, Peter King - On Days Like These 03:09. Quincy Jones - It's Caper Time (The Self Preservation Society) 03:13. Quincy Jones - Meanwhile, Back In The Mafia 01:22. Quincy Jones - Smell That Gold! 01:31. Quincy Jones - On Days Like These 01:14. Quincy Jones - Getta Bloomin' Move On! (The Self Preservation Society) 03:55. Getta Bloomin' Move On! (The Self Preservation Society)" was the closing theme of the film and was performed by members of the cast, the lyrics feature Cockney rhyming slang
Miles & Quincy Live at Montreux.
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|A1||On Days Like These
Vocals – Matt Monro
|A3||Hello Mrs. Beckerman!||1:00|
|A4||Britannia-And Mr. Bridger - If You Please||1:55|
|A5||Trouble For Charlie||1:45|
|A6||On Days Like These
Saxophone – Peter King
|B1||It's Caper Time - The Italian Job (Vocal)||3:10|
|B2||Meanwhile, Back At The Mafia||1:20|
|B3||Smell That Gold||1:30|
|B4||Greensleeves And All That Jazz||2:05|
|B5||Getta Bloomin' Move On! - The Italian Job (Vocal)||4:00|
- Manufactured By – Monarch Record Mfg. Co. – △13758
- Art Direction – Christopher Whorf
- Lyrics By – Don Black
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Other: LPS 76,918
- Matrix / Runout (SIDE 1): LPS 76917 (MR) △13758
- Matrix / Runout (SIDE 2): LPS 76918 (MR) △13758-X
|PAS-5007||Quincy Jones||The Italian Job (LP)||Paramount Records||PAS-5007||US||1969|
|MCD 60074, 112 488-2||Quincy Jones||The Italian Job (Original Soundtrack) (CD, Comp)||MCA Records, MCA Records||MCD 60074, 112 488-2||UK||2000|
|SPFL256, 1E 062 ◦ 90343||Quincy Jones||The Italian Job (LP, Album)||Paramount Records, Paramount Records||SPFL256, 1E 062 ◦ 90343||UK||1969|
|SHK-560-6||Quincy Jones||The Italian Job (LP, RM, Gat)||Harkit Records||SHK-560-6||UK||Unknown|
|SPFL 256||Quincy Jones||The Italian Job (LP)||Paramount Records||SPFL 256||UK||2014|