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Digitally remastered release containg the complete seminal Quincy Jones albums the Birth of a Band and it''s sequel! This CD features the 1959 Quincy Jones orchestra with Harry Sweets Edison, Clark Terry, Jimmy Cleveland, Zoot Sims, Benny Golson & Phil Woods, among many other stars. 24 tracks. Essential Jazz Classics.

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1 Tuxedo Junction 2:47
2 Syncopated Clock 2:48
3 Choo Choo Ch''boogie 2:28
4 The Hucklebuck 2:27
5 The Midnight Sun Will Never Set 2:44
6 The Preacher 2:55
7 Marchin'' the Blues 2:44
8 Blues in the Night 4:00
9 A Change of Pace 3:24
10 After Hours 3:35
11 Moanin'' [Version 1] 3:13
12 Happy Places [Version 1] 2:47
13 Happy Places [Version 2] 2:43
14 Along Came Betty 3:20
15 I Remember Clifford 3:45
16 Whisper Not 3:24
17 The Gypsy 4:08
18 Tickle Toe 3:00
19 Daylie Double 6:06
20 Moanin'' [Version 2] 3:07
21 The Birth of a Band 2:58
22 Parisian Thoroughfare 3:50
23 Pleasingly Plump 2:29
24 G''wan Train 3:00

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Ms Leeny
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Five Stars
Reviewed in the United States on January 8, 2015
Love big band music and this is priceless!
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J. Bowers
1.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Quincy Jones, Birth of a Band
Reviewed in the United States on June 7, 2010
I''d heard and enjoyed the title selection, "Birth of a Band," years ago, so I took a chance that the full album would be comprised of big-band Jazz on that order. Wrong. With few exceptions, it''s commercial claptrap, apparently recorded after Quincy found there was more... See more
I''d heard and enjoyed the title selection, "Birth of a Band," years ago, so I took a chance that the full album would be comprised of big-band Jazz on that order. Wrong. With few exceptions, it''s commercial claptrap, apparently recorded after Quincy found there was more money in pop / soul music than in Jazz. The one star is for "Birth of a Band," a blistering flag-waver with a typically excellent solo by Zoot Sims. The rest can be filed under "pop." -- Jack Bowers
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Joost Kiefte
4.0 out of 5 stars
Original issue with some trite extras
Reviewed in the United States on February 21, 2010
The original Mercury "Birth of a Band" CD was issued in 1988 (that being a reissue of the LP). It was one of the first CDs I bought and I enjoyed it very much indeed (and I still do). For some reason or other I never got around to buying the yellow sleeved sequel "Birth of... See more
The original Mercury "Birth of a Band" CD was issued in 1988 (that being a reissue of the LP). It was one of the first CDs I bought and I enjoyed it very much indeed (and I still do). For some reason or other I never got around to buying the yellow sleeved sequel "Birth of a Band vol. 2", so when this complete edition appeared (and at budget price) I wasted no time to order it. But I was slightly disappointed. No, not by the sound quality or the obvious care and attention that had gone in the production (complete original liner notes, extra new liner notes, personnel listings and recording dates), but in the ''extra'' music (in other words, the contents of vol. 2).
Whereas vol 1. contained serious and very good, straightforward and hard hitting big band jazz, vol 2. obviously was an attempt to attract another segment of the record buying public. Potboilers like "Syncopated Clock", "Choo Choo Ch''Boogie", "The Preacher", "Marchin''the Blues" are busily arranged affairs, burdened with at times rather cheap tricks and stereotypical effects, that obviously hold an appeal for a less sophisticated public, but that make me shake my head in wonder and disbelief. The tunes are well played of course and they all contain a modicum of jazz, but they are miles removed from items like "The Midnight Sun Will Never Set" (a beautiful Kenny Burrell feature), "Moanin''", "Along Came Betty", "Whisper Not" and the moving "I Remember Clifford". These items should really not be thrown together on one CD. So should you already own the original "Birth of a Band vol. 1" and are happy with it, there is really no need to acquire this CD (save perhaps for a few alternate takes). If you don''t, then this CD may be a good idea, but skip no. 2, 3, 4, 6, 7, 8, 22, 23 and 24.
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A. Film LoverTop Contributor: Classical Music
5.0 out of 5 stars
Quincy on Mercury - great listening ahead.
Reviewed in the United States on July 30, 2018
I love a review that wishes this were on CD - on a page listing the - CD. I gotta tell you. This is the Japanese release of this great album - I''m sure there are more reviews elsewhere on other lesser versions, but this is the one you want - the original album in mini-LP... See more
I love a review that wishes this were on CD - on a page listing the - CD. I gotta tell you. This is the Japanese release of this great album - I''m sure there are more reviews elsewhere on other lesser versions, but this is the one you want - the original album in mini-LP packaging and sounding great. This is a very pleasurable album.
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Phillip Sametz
4.0 out of 5 stars
Reality check
Reviewed in the United States on July 12, 2010
Can we all please take a deep breath? The CD has been carefully compiled in order of recording date, which makes it clear that Jones and his magnificent band recorded numbers for both original volumes at the same time. Personally, I find the diversity of material really... See more
Can we all please take a deep breath? The CD has been carefully compiled in order of recording date, which makes it clear that Jones and his magnificent band recorded numbers for both original volumes at the same time. Personally, I find the diversity of material really fascinating, ranging from the hard-swinging to the lyrical and, yes, OK sometimes the gimmicky. But anyone who loves Jones'' later Mancini album, or his Big Band Bossa Nova, will enjoy hearing how early his colouristic approach to big band writing was in evidence. Great sound, too, and very well packaged.
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RENMIL
5.0 out of 5 stars
Unbelievable
Reviewed in the United States on January 8, 2004
This is big band music at its very best. It is a shame this record is not available on cd...
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KLEIN Richard
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Vive Quincy Jones!
Reviewed in France on June 15, 2018
J''ai un faible pour ce disque…. au temps de ma jeunesse folle, j''avais acquis une sélection de ces deux sessions sur vynil, qui tournait tout le temps sur mon super-TEPPAZ. Là, j''ai la totalité des faces enregistrées par le big band de Quincy Jones, à l''époque, avec un bon...See more
J''ai un faible pour ce disque…. au temps de ma jeunesse folle, j''avais acquis une sélection de ces deux sessions sur vynil, qui tournait tout le temps sur mon super-TEPPAZ. Là, j''ai la totalité des faces enregistrées par le big band de Quincy Jones, à l''époque, avec un bon son. Je cumule le plaisir de retrouver des émotions anciennes et celui de la découverte de plages nouvelles…. Cet orchestre à l''époque était intéressant, car il mêlait des solistes ( Harry Edison, Clark Terry, Sam '' the Man" Taylor, Zoot Sims, Milton Hinton, Jimmy Crawford…), venant d''horizons variés et de styles différents, à des arrangements "Jonesiens" léchés et favorisant le swing, sur des airs classiques ( Tuxedo Junction,After Hours,Tickle Toe…) ou beaucoup plus "modernes" ( Moanin'', I Remember Clifford, Whisper Not…)… Vive Quincy Jones!.
J''ai un faible pour ce disque…. au temps de ma jeunesse folle, j''avais acquis une sélection de ces deux sessions sur vynil, qui tournait tout le temps sur mon super-TEPPAZ. Là, j''ai la totalité des faces enregistrées par le big band de Quincy Jones, à l''époque, avec un bon son. Je cumule le plaisir de retrouver des émotions anciennes et celui de la découverte de plages nouvelles…. Cet orchestre à l''époque était intéressant, car il mêlait des solistes ( Harry Edison, Clark Terry, Sam '' the Man" Taylor, Zoot Sims, Milton Hinton, Jimmy Crawford…), venant d''horizons variés et de styles différents, à des arrangements "Jonesiens" léchés et favorisant le swing, sur des airs classiques ( Tuxedo Junction,After Hours,Tickle Toe…) ou beaucoup plus "modernes" ( Moanin'', I Remember Clifford, Whisper Not…)… Vive Quincy Jones!.
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Joost Kiefte
4.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Original issue with some trite extras
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on February 19, 2010
The original Mercury "Birth of a Band" CD was issued in 1988 (that being a reissue of the LP). It was one of the first CDs I bought and I enjoyed it very much indeed (and I still do). For some reason or other I never got around to buying the yellow sleeved sequel "Birth of...See more
The original Mercury "Birth of a Band" CD was issued in 1988 (that being a reissue of the LP). It was one of the first CDs I bought and I enjoyed it very much indeed (and I still do). For some reason or other I never got around to buying the yellow sleeved sequel "Birth of a Band vol. 2", so when this complete edition appeared (and at budget price) I wasted no time to order it. But I was slightly disappointed. No, not by the sound quality or the obvious care and attention that had gone in the production (complete original liner notes, extra new liner notes, personnel listings and recording dates), but in the ''extra'' music (in other words, the contents of vol. 2). Whereas vol 1. contained serious and very good, straightforward and hard hitting big band jazz, vol 2. obviously was an attempt to attract another segment of the record buying public. Potboilers like "Syncopated Clock", "Choo Choo Ch''Boogie", "The Preacher", "Marchin''the Blues" are busily arranged affairs, burdened with at times rather cheap tricks and stereotypical effects, that obviously hold an appeal for a less sophisticated public, but that make me shake my head in wonder and disbelief. The tunes are well played of course and they all contain a modicum of jazz, but they are miles removed from items like "The Midnight Sun Will Never Set" (a beautiful Kenny Burrell feature), "Moanin''", "Along Came Betty", "Whisper Not" and the moving "I Remember Clifford". These items should really not be thrown together on one CD. So should you already own the original "Birth of a Band vol. 1" and are happy with it, there is really no need to acquire this CD (save perhaps for a few alternate takes). If you don''t, then this CD may be a good idea, but skip no. 2, 3, 4, 6, 7, 8, 22, 23 and 24.
The original Mercury "Birth of a Band" CD was issued in 1988 (that being a reissue of the LP). It was one of the first CDs I bought and I enjoyed it very much indeed (and I still do). For some reason or other I never got around to buying the yellow sleeved sequel "Birth of a Band vol. 2", so when this complete edition appeared (and at budget price) I wasted no time to order it. But I was slightly disappointed. No, not by the sound quality or the obvious care and attention that had gone in the production (complete original liner notes, extra new liner notes, personnel listings and recording dates), but in the ''extra'' music (in other words, the contents of vol. 2).
Whereas vol 1. contained serious and very good, straightforward and hard hitting big band jazz, vol 2. obviously was an attempt to attract another segment of the record buying public. Potboilers like "Syncopated Clock", "Choo Choo Ch''Boogie", "The Preacher", "Marchin''the Blues" are busily arranged affairs, burdened with at times rather cheap tricks and stereotypical effects, that obviously hold an appeal for a less sophisticated public, but that make me shake my head in wonder and disbelief. The tunes are well played of course and they all contain a modicum of jazz, but they are miles removed from items like "The Midnight Sun Will Never Set" (a beautiful Kenny Burrell feature), "Moanin''", "Along Came Betty", "Whisper Not" and the moving "I Remember Clifford". These items should really not be thrown together on one CD. So should you already own the original "Birth of a Band vol. 1" and are happy with it, there is really no need to acquire this CD (save perhaps for a few alternate takes). If you don''t, then this CD may be a good idea, but skip no. 2, 3, 4, 6, 7, 8, 22, 23 and 24.
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BennyBoy
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Five Stars
Reviewed in Canada on January 9, 2017
Great. Nothing more to say!
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Reviewed in France on October 13, 2016
C''est un des piliers du jazz il a exploré tellement de façon de jouer le jazz et produit de d''artistes magnifiques
C''est un des piliers du jazz il a exploré tellement de façon de jouer le jazz et produit de d''artistes magnifiques
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Birth popular of discount a Band outlet online sale

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Birth popular of discount a Band outlet online sale

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Birth popular of discount a Band outlet online sale

Birth popular of discount a Band outlet online sale

Birth popular of discount a Band outlet online sale

Birth popular of discount a Band outlet online sale

Birth popular of discount a Band outlet online sale