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Quincy Jones - Main Title From "Bob & Carol & Ted & Alice" / Giggle Grass Album

Performer:

Quincy Jones

Title:

Main Title From "Bob & Carol & Ted & Alice" / Giggle Grass

Genre:

Jazz / Disco / Classic / Screen

MP3 album size:

1929 mb

Label:

Bell Records

Rating:

4.3

Style:

Contemporary Jazz, Theme

Country:

US

Date of release:

1969

Catalog:

B-838

Quincy Jones - Main Title From "Bob & Carol & Ted & Alice" / Giggle Grass Album

Tracklist

1Main Title From "Bob & Carol & Ted & Alice"
Composed By [Hallelujah Chorus] – HandelConductor, Adapted By – Quincy Jones
2:24
2Giggle Grass
Written-By – Quincy Jones
2:30

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
B - 838Quincy Jones Main Title From "Bob & Carol & Ted & Alice" / Giggle Grass ‎(7")Bell RecordsB - 838US1969
SIR-BL 20.116Quincy Jones Main Title From "Bob & Carol & Ted & Alice" ‎(7")Bell RecordsSIR-BL 20.116Italy1970

Credits

  • ProducerQuincy Jones

Notes

Side B is an instrumental track.

Album

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