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  • CD (20 février 2009)
  • Nombre de disques: 1
  • Label: Verve
  • ASIN : B001NHZ2PC
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Featuring : Bill Withers, Stevie Wonder, Roberta Flack... Enregistré en 1973.

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Amazon.com: HASH(0xa1cf9810) étoiles sur 5 19 commentaires
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HASH(0xa218ce88) étoiles sur 5 Every answer...to every question...is right here...before your eyes...and...NOW YOU (FINALLY) SEE IT! 29 avril 2010
Par GSN Gamesters - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
It's about time. I have been looking for this album for years. Not just because it is a terrific album, and not just because of "The Streetbeater" (the classic theme from Sandford and Son), but for the equally classic "Chump Change". This song was not only the first theme to George Schlatters' comedy-variety "The Bill Cosby Show" (co-written with "Cos" himself), but it was also the theme for Mark Goodson-Bill Todman's classic and underrated game show "Now You See It!" hosted by Jack Narz from 1974-5 and Chuck Henry from 1989. In game show circles, "Chump Change" is arguably considered the best game show theme of all time.

Game show fans, BUY IT ASAP!!!

(BTW: the title is a paraphrase of Johnny Olson's classic introduction to the '74-5 edition of "Now You See It!")
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HASH(0xa207ad2c) étoiles sur 5 Finally available on compact disc! 2 octobre 2009
Par allemande - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
I had been looking for this recording on CD for as long as the format has been available. So far as I can tell, it has been unavailable in any configuration, as a domestic product or an import, since the days of the original release on vinyl LPs.
"You've Got It Bad Girl" is an important link in the recorded music of Quincy Jones. Q was particularly active recording in the 1970s, and to follow his recordings of the period is to witness a journey through a vast musical landscape. An earlier album, "Walking In Space", showcased a composer/arranger with a grounding in traditional jazz. "Smackwater Jack" followed and, while it displayed plenty of jazz flavor and virtuosity, there was also more of a Rhythm & Blues/funk influence, and the album seemed to be aiming for a wider audience.
Enter "You've Got It Bad Girl", which could at first seem almost an extension of "Smackwater Jack". On closer inspection, though, there can be seen more of an emphasis on contemporary African-American musical forms and styles. A lavish tribute to Aretha Franklin, plus arrangements of two Stevie Wonder compositions from his "Talking Book" album (including the title track) tend to support this view. Q makes the Stevie Wonder songs his own: the arrangements are colorful, with a lot of harmonic imagination. The Aretha Franklin tribute and "Summer in the City" have a gently mellow quality that is enough unlike anything on "Smackwater Jack" as to once again suggest stylistic evolution and distance from previous albums.
Included on the album, and worth its price, are "Theme from 'Sanford and Son'" and "Chump Change". The former is the authentic theme music from the 1970s comedy series, and a perfect fit for a funny, outrageous show about the life of a junk dealer named Fred Sanford. The latter, which closes the album, I might have to describe as a sort of jazz rave-up. The musicians are playing to capacity, their virtuosity tested, and clearly having a good time. Having a good time is the only appropriate response to this wonderful piece.
In summary, it has been too long since this recording has been available, and I am glad to welcome it back. My rating of four stars would be four-and-a-half, if this were possible, because I have only minor quibbles. First, this album slightly misses being as rewarding as its predecessor ("Smackwater Jack"). Second, I don't think the transfer to CD quite measures up to what I feel the mastering engineers are capable of. But, any small reservations aside, this CD is well worth having. I wish I hadn't had to wait more than twenty-five years for it, but I am happy to be enjoying it now.
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HASH(0xa22e0c6c) étoiles sur 5 True Genius Material 4 Your Soul 16 février 2010
Par Henry Cooper - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
By Far Quincy's Finest work to date packed with many guests from Bill Withers, Stevie Wonder, Valerie Simpson, Cat Anderson, Billy Preston, Jean "Toots" Thielemans, Jerome Richardson, etc. You have all the cuts from Summer in the City, Manteca, Superstition, the sultry ballad Eyes of Love, Sanford and Son Theme, the hard kicking theme(which I love so much) from the Bill Cosby show called Chump Change and much more. Quincy Jones is one milestone in the epitome of Music. The Aretha Franklin Tribute song suits right from the heart. It's always an album digger that been sampled by some hip-hop artists before at the time including the group Pharcyde for their hit "Passin Me By" in 1993 or 1994.
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HASH(0xa2753858) étoiles sur 5 Excellent and a half--i brush my teeth in the morning, Q makes another brilliant album 14 février 2012
Par Bill Your 'Free Form FM Print DJ - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
If Quincy Jones spent the 1960s making dozens of great soundtracks, In the Heat of the Night, just to get your foot in the door, the master spent the early 1970s on on A&M, making albums for Creed Taylor. These took popular songs of their era and made them into great jazz funk.

You've Got It Bad Girl is one, and is named for the Stevie Wonder song. Jones cover's it here as an instrumental, and it is a gem of shimmering keyboards. He does the same with a rework of his theme for "They Call Me Mr. Tibbs," and the album also features a full version "Streetbeater," which is better known as the theme for Sanford And Son.

What makes Jones' work so brilliant is simply using the best musicians: Ray Brown, George Duke, Chuck Rainey, and Valery Simpson are here. Joens conceptions are brilliant, but when fleshed out by such upper-flight players, they come to their optimum funky light.

And if this was not enough: I am always looking for music I here as unlisted samples, and one is a keyboard riff from DJ Shadow/Cut Chemists' The Hard Sell. When You've Got It Bad Girl showed today in my mailbox, I played its first track, a cover of "Summer In The City," to discover this was the sample. Who says you can't have two for the price of one.
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HASH(0xa21b4e04) étoiles sur 5 Lovely addition to my Q Collection 22 mars 2009
Par E. H. J. Peet - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
This album has been missing for a long time in my Quincy Jones Collection. The most known number in the Netherlands is the last tune as this is the start- and endtune for a famous Sports Radio Program.

Just for that track, buying this CD was nice but the rest of the recordings are awesome especially as you like Smackwater Jack, Body Heat and other recordings from Q at that point in time.

Highly recommended!
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