Quincy Jones

Quincy Jones

You've Got It Bad Girl

Released in 1973

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Discogs Album Info:

A1: Summer In The City
Electric Piano: Dave Grusin
Organ: Eddy Louiss
Soloist, Vocals: Valerie Simpson
Written-By: John Sebastian, Mark Sebastian, Steve Boone

A2: Eyes Of Love
Soloist, Harmonica: Toots Thielemans
Written-By: Bob Russell, Quincy Jones

: Tribute To A.F. - RO
A4: Love Theme From "The Getaway"
Soloist, Harmonica: Toots Thielemans
Written-By: Quincy Jones

A5: You've Got It Bad Girl
Soloist, Electric Piano: George Duke
Soloist, Guitar: Dennis Budimir
Soloist, Vocals [Group]: Quincy Jones
Written-By: Yvonne Wright

B1: Superstition
Soloist, Alto Saxophone: Phil Woods
Soloist, Trumpet: Cat Anderson
Soloist, Vocals [Group]: Quincy Jones
Vocals [Additional Solos, Harmonica Help]: Three Beautiful Brothers
Written-By: Stevie Wonder

B2: Manteca
Soloist, Electric Piano: Bob James
Soloist, Guitar: Dennis Budimir
Soloist, Soprano Saxophone: Jerome Richardson
Soloist, Trumpet: Cat Anderson
Written-By: Dizzy Gillespie, Gil Fuller

B3: "Sanford & Son Theme" -NBC-TV (The Streetbeater)
Bass Guitar: Mac Arnold
Soloist, Alto Saxophone: Phil Woods
Soloist, Harmonica: Tommy Morgan
Soloist, Saxophone [Electric]: Ernie Watts
Written-By: Quincy Jones

B4: Chump Change
Harmonica, Soloist, Guitar [Whistler]: Toots Thielemans
Written-By: Bill Cosby, Quincy Jones


Arranged By: Quincy Jones
Art Direction: Roland Young (3)
Engineer [Assistant]: Gary Ladinsky, John Henning
Liner Notes: Roberta Flack
Mixed By: Phil Schier, Quincy Jones, Ray Brown
Photography By: Al Kramer, Jim McCrary
Producer: Quincy Jones, Ray Brown
Recorded By [Engineer]: Larry Levine, Phil Ramone, Phil Schier


Label variation: side A label has 1 song listed above the spindle hole and right side text has Side 1 as the 2nd (not 3rd) line of text.

Brown-ochre label

Copies came with a fold out 18"x34" poster of the front cover art.

Recorded at A&M Records, Hollywood, Sun West Studios, Hollywood, The Record Plant, Hollywood, The Burbank Studios, A&R Studios, New York.

See full album info on Discogs.com

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