Tuesday, May 6, 2014

Quincy Jones: The Hot Rock - Original Motion Picture Soundtrack and More

Quincy Jones delivers a sultry jazz score to the greatest caper film ever made. This baby has been sampled a lot in the last four decades, and it's not hard to see why - I mean, damn, look at his house band: Clark Terry, Gerry Mulligan, Grady Tate, Ray Brown. The perfect soundtrack to waiting out that trance state you get into every time someone says "Afghanistan banana stand." This LP was designed with a gatefold sleeve cut down to a 3.5-inch flap that folded down over the cast photo when closed.

Listen to the Melody
Main Title
Talking Drums
Seldom Seen Sam
Parole Party
When You Believe
Hot Rock Theme
Sahara Stone
Slam City
Listen to the Melody / Dixie Tag
End Title

LP audio & art

DISCLAIMER: To the best of my knowledge, this work is out of print and not available for purchase in any format. If you are the artist and are planning a reissue, please let me know and I’ll remove it from the blog. Also please get in touch if you’ve lost your art &/or sound masters and would like to talk with me about my restoration work.

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