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100 (100 Original Tracks - Digitally Remastered)

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01
Soul Bossa Nova
Artist: Quincy Jones & His Orchestra
2:44  
02
Air Mail Special (Live)
3:51  
03
Quintessence
4:22  
04
Eli, Eli
6:07  
05
The Birth of a Band
4:17  
06
Moonlight in Vermont
3:26  
07
The Midnight Sun Never Sets (feat. Harry Arnold)
4:05  
08
'S Wonderful
3:14  
09
Frankie and Johnny
4:07  
10
Liza (feat. Harry Arnold)
5:33  
11
The Preacher
2:55  
12
You're Crying
3:13  
13
Banja Luka (Live)
9:19  
14
Stockhoilm Sweetnin'
5:39  
15
The Oom Is Blues
5:09  
16
Be My Guest
4:29  
17
Invitation
3:36  
18
For Lena and Lennie
4:19  
19
Our Love Is Here to Stay
3:13  
20
Jones Bones (feat. Harry Arnold)
5:40  
21
In My Solitude (Live)
3:32  
22
Lullaby of Birdland
3:17  
23
Fallen Feathers
3:47  
24
Walkin'
10:44  
25
I Could Write a Book
4:27  
26
Moanin'
3:13  
27
Quince
7:07  
28
Wrappin' It Up (feat. Harry Arnold)
2:36  
29
Boo's Blues
5:16  
30
Sermonette
5:55  
31
Evening in Paris
4:06  
32
Quincy's Home Again (feat. Harry Arnold)
2:29  
33
A Sleepin' Bee
4:39  
34
Pleasingly Plump
2:18  
35
Chinese Checkers
2:43  
36
You Turned the Tables On Me
2:32  
37
Robot Portrait
5:26  
38
Moanin' (Live)
2:58  
39
Brief Encounter (feat. Harry Arnold)
3:04  
40
I Can't Get Started
2:54  
41
The Midnight Sun Will Never Set
4:35  
42
Trouble On My Mind
2:33  
43
Kings Road Blues
5:06  
44
Bright Moon
5:20  
45
Bum's Rush
3:12  
46
You'd Be So Nice to Come Home to
4:20  
47
Flight SK 641 (feat. Harry Arnold)
2:45  
48
A Sunday Kind of Love
2:33  
49
Meet Benny Bailey (feat. Harry Arnold)
3:49  
50
Blues in the Night
4:00  
51
Blues Day
4:42  
52
Hurricane Connie
4:20  
53
My Old Flame
3:07  
54
I Remember Clifford
3:43  
55
Sometimes I'm Happy (feat. Harry Arnold)
5:52  
56
Hard Sock Dance
3:20  
57
Little Karen
3:46  
58
Everybody's Blues
8:53  
59
Pogo Stick (feat. Harry Arnold)
6:16  
60
Bumpkins
3:49  
61
No Bones At All
3:57  
62
Sermonette (feat. Harry Arnold)
2:35  
63
Stardust
3:11  
64
Tone Poem
3:42  
65
Happy Places
2:47  
66
Doodlin' (feat. Harry Arnold)
5:12  
67
G'wan Train
6:20  
68
The Gypsy
4:07  
69
Room 308 (feat. Harry Arnold)
3:14  
70
'scuse These Blues
4:27  
71
A Change of Pace
3:22  
72
Tuxedo Junction
2:44  
73
The Hucklebuck
2:27  
74
Tickle Toe
3:00  
75
Daylie Double
6:06  
76
Kinda Blues (feat. Harry Arnold)
5:58  
77
On the Street Where You Live
2:37  
78
Parisian Thoroughfare
3:50  
79
Moonglow
2:47  
80
Jessica's Day
4:49  
81
Chant of the Weed
3:12  
82
Frantic Blues (feat. Harry Arnold)
2:37  
83
Syncopated Clock
2:48  
84
Marchin' the Blues
2:44  
85
Lester Leaps in
3:35  
86
The Twitch
3:49  
87
Dancin' Pants
3:48  
88
My Funny Valentine
3:32  
89
Count 'em (feat. Harry Arnold)
5:30  
90
Stolen Moments (Live)
13:53  
91
Swahili
6:09  
92
Choo Choo Ch'boogie
2:29  
93
Straight, No Chaser
2:27  
94
Valley Stream Special (feat. Harry Arnold)
3:24  
95
London Derriere
4:06  
96
Tuma
3:08  
97
Along Came Betty
3:16  
98
Medley: What's New / We'll Be Together Again / Time On My Hands / You Go to My Head
6:19  
99
Bess, You Is My Woman Now (Live)
5:45  
100
Cherokee (feat. Harry Arnold)
3:15  
Album Information

Total Tracks: 100   Total Length: 421:20

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