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Not Now - NOTLP216
A great album - and one that reminds us that Quincy Jones never stopped loving the music of South America. Even when his name became inextricably linked with Michael Jackson's greatest recordings, he remained enthusiastic about all things Latin. In 1989, at the time of his 40th anniversary in music, he claimed to have acquired the international rights to over five hundred songs by Brazilian writers, for Qwest Music Inc., his own publishing company. "It's my personal passion," he explained.
Soul Bossa Nova
Boogie Bossa Nova
Desafinado (Slightly Out Of Tune)
Black Orpheus (ManhÃ£ de Carnaval)
Se Ã© Tarde me Pardoa (Forgive Me If I'm Late)
On The Street Where You Live
Samba De Uma Nota SÃ³ (One Note Samba)
Lalo Bossa Nova
Chega De Saudade (No More Blues)