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Quincy Jones - Soul Bossa Nova / Comin' Home Baby


1Comin' Home Baby
Guitar – Jim HallOrgan – Bobby ScottTrombone – Joe NewmanWritten-By – Benjamin M. Tucker, Robert Dorough
2Soul Bossa Nova
Bass – Chris White Conductor – Quincy JonesDrums – Rudy CollinsFlute – Rahsaan Roland KirkFlute [Alto], Flute, Woodwind – Jerome RichardsonPercussion – Carlos Gomez, Jack Del Rio, José PaulaPiano – Lalo SchifrinWritten-By – Quincy D. Jones


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
SUP-005Quincy Jones Soul Bossa Nova / Comin' Home Baby ‎(7", Promo, W/Lbl)Seven Up RecordsSUP-005Germany2001


  • Arranged ByQuincy Jones


Side A published by Silhouette Music Corp. is taken from the original Mercury-LP "Big Band Bossa Nova" SR 60751.
Recorded 13.09.1962 at A&R Studios, New York City.

Side B published by Aral Music Co., Sincere Music Co. is taken from the original Mercury-LP "Quincy Jones Plays Hip Hits" SR 60799
Recorded 09.11.1963 at A&R Studios, New York City

(p) 1962/1963 Polygram Records Inc. courtesy of Universal Music Germany.


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Quincy Jones - Soul Bossa Nova / Comin' Home Baby
Performer: Quincy Jones
Genre: Jazz
Title: Soul Bossa Nova / Comin' Home Baby
Country: Germany
Released: 2001
Style: Big Band, Latin Jazz
MP3 album: 1992 mb
FLAC album: 1287 mb
Source: Vinyl, 7"
№ Cat: SUP-005
Label: Seven Up Records

SO are these true Mercury Stereo presence tracks from 1962-1963 un tampered un "Oh I know best re-eq'd pap or the best and original as recored in living Stereo.

Da-Da, Da Da-Da ooh Da-Da Da Dee-Deeh umm Da Da list and tell plz
Sadly the poster has not uploaded label pics OR stated the MOST important re Soul Bossa Nova as a 7" 45" ie is it the original 180 degree soundstage Stereo mix?
This respected and must have chugger has only EVER come out foolishy as a MONO 45 (make a note UMG!)

I say this with absolute conviction and fact! The UK 1990's Manifesto (Polygram) mix-mash up (thank you Judgeless Juels) does in deed on the 12" inclued SBN in it's "alleged" original version in Stereo. Utter pap and crap it had been tampered with pointlessly re-eq'd tweaked and had the worst Brian "one ear" Wilson stereo-ISH make over.

Why ever tamper or alter anything that AIN'T BROKE the original fabulous 1962 Stereo Mercury living presence Stereo mix was and is perfect. so would be a major selling and buying point to know the absolute sonics of this pressing.
ie: never believe the label text, ear test with headphones they you can never go wrong.

Mono (was there ever any point it's just a channel to cram it all in to)