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Quincy Plays for Pussycats

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Quincy Plays for Pussycats
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Studio album by Quincy Jones
Released 1965
Recorded March 9 and 10, 1959, February 21, 1961, November 27, 1964, March 3 or 10, 1965 and August 5, 1965
Studio Fine Recording and others, New York City
Genre Jazz
Length 35:13
Label Mercury
MG 21050/SR 60050
Producer Quincy Jones
Quincy Jones chronology
The Pawnbroker
(1965)The Pawnbroker1965
Quincy Plays for Pussycats
(1965)
Mirage
(1965)Mirage1965

Quincy Plays for Pussycats is an album by Quincy Jones featuring sessions recorded between 1959 and 1965 which was released on the Mercury label. [1]

Reception

Professional ratings
Review scores
SourceRating
Allmusic3/5 stars[2]

Allmusic's Stephen Cook noted, "Quincy Plays for Pussycats is a bright, cheeky big-band album done in a more commercial pop style than previous Quincy Jones albums. Nonetheless, there's plenty to enjoy here ... this is swinging '60s jazz for the martini set".[2]

Track listing

  1. "What's New Pussycat?" (Burt Bacharach, Hal David) − 2:44
  2. "The Gentle Rain" (Luiz Bonfá, Matt Dubey) − 2:16
  3. "Blues in the Night" (Harold Arlen, Johnny Mercer) − 3:58
  4. "After Hours" (Avery Parrish) − 3:34
  5. "Blues for Trumpet & Koto" (Marvin Hamlisch) − 3:45
  6. "(I Can't Get No) Satisfaction" (Mick Jagger, Keith Richards) − 3:27
  7. "A Walk in the Black Forest" (Horst Jankowski) − 2:50
  8. "Non-Stop to Brazil" (Bonfá) − 2:39
  9. "The Hucklebuck" (Andy Gibson, Roy Alfred) − 2:25
  10. "Mack the Knife" (Kurt Weill, Bertolt Brecht) − 2:37
  11. "Sermonette" (Cannonball Adderley) − 2:49
  12. "The In Crowd" (Billy Page) − 3:04
  • Recorded at Fine Recorders on March 9 and 10, 1959 (tracks 3, 4 & 9) and February 21, 1961 (track 10) and other New York City studios on June 15, 1962 (track 11), November 27, 1964 (track 5), March 3 or 10, 1965 (tracks 2 & 8) and August 5, 1965 (tracks 1, 6, 7 & 12)

Personnel

Performance

References

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