Monday, May 16, 2011

Quincy Jones' "Summer in the City" is back in stock @ Dusty Groove

One of the best-selling compilations produced by Arnaldo DeSouteiro for Verve, "Summer In The City – The Soul Jazz Grooves Of Quincy Jones" is now back in stock @ Dusty Groove, for $8.99. It can be ordered through the link below:

And that's what they say about the CD:
"A hip little collection of funky work from Quincy Jones – nearly all of it from his key 70s years on A&M Records! The vibe here is totally great – possibly the best-remembered sound of the Q, recorded at a time when he was also gracing the world with a fair bit of funky soundtracks too! The music is rooted in Jones' earlier big band modes, but opens itself up to 70s funk and soul strongly – all in the hippest way possible, with a range of different styles that really expand the sound. There's a fair bit of electric elements mingling with the acoustic ones – and the track selection includes a number of Quincy's most-sampled tunes over the years. Titles include "Brown Ballad", "I Never Told You", "Eyes Of Love", "Summer In The City", "Along Came Betty", "Tell Me A Bedtime Story", "Velas", "Stuff Like That", "Superwoman", "You've Got It Bad Girl", and "Walkin". © 2011, Dusty Groove America, Inc."

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