Quincy Jones & His Orchestra - Early Years: Six Complete Albums 1957-61 | RECORD STORE DAY
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DISC: 1

1. Walkin'
2. A Sleepin' Bee
3. Sermonette
4. Stockholm Sweetnin'
5. Evening In Paris
6. Boo's Blues
7. Dancin' Pants
8. Blues Day
9. Bright Moon
10. No Bones At All
11. The Oom Is Blues
12. Be My Guest
13. Medley: What's New, We'll Be Together Again, Time On My Hands, You Go To My Head, Laura
14. London Derriere
15. Kings Road Blues
16. The Birth Of A Band
17. Moanin'
18. I Remember Clifford
19. Along Came Betty
20. Tickle Toe
21. Happy Faces
22. Whisper Not
23. The Gypsy
24. A Change Of Pace
25. Tuxedo Junction
26. Lester Leaps In
27. Ghana
28. Caravan
29. Everybody's Blues
30. Cherokee (Indian Love Song)
31. Air Mail Special
32. They Say It's Wonderful
33. Chant Of The Weed
34. I Never Has Seen Snow
35. Eesom
36. Pleasingly Plump
37. G'wan Train
38. Moonglow
39. Tone Poem
40. You Turned The Tables On Me
41. Chinese Checkers
42. Love Is Here To Stay
43. The Midnight Sun Will Never Set
44. Trouble On My Mind
45. A Sunday Kind Of Love
46. Hot Sake
47. Strike Up The Band
48. Africana
49. Meadowlands
50. Rico Vacilon
51. Under Paris Skies
52. Mack The Knife
53. Manolete De Espana
54. Baia
55. Come Back To Sorrento
56. Dear Old Stockholm

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Quincy Jones has become one of the most prominent personalities in popular music as a trumpeter and pianist who became an arranger, composer, bandleader, record producer and film & TV producer, and winner of a Grammy Legend Award in 1992, and who in 2022 is still active after a 70-year career