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Smackwater Jack by Quincy Jones

Album

Smackwater Jack

Quincy Jones

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Album

Smackwater Jack

Quincy Jones

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Label: A&M Jazz
This record is a stellar mix of jazz, funk and soul instrumentals interspersed with vocals. To add to the hodgepodge, Q even includes his superior Hollywood themes ("Ironside," "Anderson Tapes" and "Hikky Burr" from the first Bill Cosby show). He splits the arranging duties with Marty Paich and even sings on a couple of spots (his soulful vocals come up on an extended jam on a cover of "What's Goin On"). Good fun throughout, with the final number showcasing the evolution of the guitar, from country blues to acid rock and back again.

About This Album

This record is a stellar mix of jazz, funk and soul instrumentals interspersed with vocals. To add to the hodgepodge, Q even includes his superior Hollywood themes ("Ironside," "Anderson Tapes" and "Hikky Burr" from the first Bill Cosby show). He splits the arranging duties with Marty Paich and even sings on a couple of spots (his soulful vocals come up on an extended jam on a cover of "What's Goin On"). Good fun throughout, with the final number showcasing the evolution of the guitar, from country blues to acid rock and back again.

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About This Album

This record is a stellar mix of jazz, funk and soul instrumentals interspersed with vocals. To add to the hodgepodge, Q even includes his superior Hollywood themes ("Ironside," "Anderson Tapes" and "Hikky Burr" from the first Bill Cosby show). He splits the arranging duties with Marty Paich and even sings on a couple of spots (his soulful vocals come up on an extended jam on a cover of "What's Goin On"). Good fun throughout, with the final number showcasing the evolution of the guitar, from country blues to acid rock and back again.