(re) starting a series of quincy's soundtracks over the next few posts...

listen to the melody
main title
talking drums
seldom seen sam
parole party
when you believe
hot rock theme
sahara stone
slam city
listen to the melody / dixie tag
end title

once in a while, the vinyl copy provides the names of the players. I thought It would be fair to mention them:
clark terry, gerry mulligan, grady tate, ray brown, carol kaye, frank rosolino, chuck rayney, tommy tedesco, victor feldman, mike melvoin, clare fischer, emil richards, jerome richardson, bobbi porter, dennis budimir, milt holland


vesper said...


Curved Air said...

excellent share pharoah. i listen to this LP quite often, its really a steller soundtrack....oh those wonderful basslines!

thx for throwing up, not its digital!

Lucky said...

vesper - i don't know why quincy jones' superb soundtracks are so difficult to find. god, he did such a marvellous job with his scores - thanks a lot for sharing this with all of us!!!

and thanks also for adding the line-up - you're quite right, it's seldom that the old vinyl issues tell who played on them...

cheers, lucky!

Vinyl4Giants said...

wow! I try and mak it a point to find Q Jones' OSTs.
great addition for me. thanx

The Twerp said...

Excellent. I remember digging the music when I saw this film a few years ago. Nice. :)

Anonymous said...

great film....great soundtrack.......70's rule. thanks for the kindness.


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