Deliberately presented as a dance music release, this brilliant Quincy Jones album, first released on Mercury label in 1961 and now back on wax, comprises material from two marvelous big band performances recorded the year before in Paris and New York. Here the great composer and arranger leads a first class "dance organization", a top-flight big band featuring the cream of NY Jazz musicians, including Clark Terry and Freddie Hubbard (trumpets), Curtis Fuller and Melba Liston (trombones), Phil Woods, Oliver Nelson and Sahib Shihab (saxes) and Stu Martin (drums). An exquisite platter of highly swinging and danceable grooves signed by the genius of Quincy Jones!
A1 Pleasingly Plump A2 G'wan Train A3 Moonglow A4 Tone Poem A5 You Turned The Tables On Me
B1 Chinese Checkers B2 Love Is Here To Stay B3 The Midnight Sun Will Never Set B4 Trouble On My Mind B5 A Sunday Kind Of Love
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