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Quincy Jones has release a posthumous package titled The Dude It was arguably the Jazz event of a pandemic-blighted year.
By contrast, The Dude album arrives under very different circumstances on Wapbaze with 9 tracks listings.
Quincy Joness The Dude has its share of impressive moments from An A&M Records Release; ℗ 1981 UMG Recordings, Inc..
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Quincy Jones returns with a new album “The Dude and we got it for you, download fast and feel the vibes.
- Quincy Jones - Ai No Corrida (feat. Dune)
- Quincy Jones - The Dude
- Quincy Jones - Just Once
- Quincy Jones - Betcha Wouldn't Hurt Me
- Quincy Jones - Something Special
- Quincy Jones - Razzamatazz
- Quincy Jones & James Ingram - One Hundred Ways
- Quincy Jones - Velas
- Quincy Jones - Turn On the Action
Public Reviews for Quincy Jones – The Dude From Itunes:
This album is a masterpiece. ▶️🔊❤️ By Justin Echevarria
A superb album.
Jazz, soul, R&B with real artists and vocalists. This is a superb album for the price. The Stevie Wonder-penned Betcha Wouldn’t Hurt Me. I love Patti Austin’s vocals... on Something Special, he sounds very similar to MJ. These artists mingled quite a bit amongst each other’s albums during this period, penning songs and duetting with each other. Quincy Jones, Rod Temperton, Bill Wolfer, Michael Jackson, James Ingram, Patti Austin, The Brothers Johnson... there was a period in the late-70’s and early 80’s when these folks were producing tons of top-notch quality material. Thriller and Off The Wall were the Crown Jewels of these collaborations, but don’t sleep on the other material, it’s just as good. By GetLifted
Probably one of the best, if not the best album Quincy made. By John Albert, Jr.