- Performer:Quincy Jones / Bill Cosby
- Title:Original Jam Sessions 1969
- Style:Soul Jazz,Hard Bop
- Date of release:June 22, 2004
- Recording date:July, 1969 - September, 1969
- Size FLAC version1359 megabytes
- Size MP3 version1116 megabytes
- Size WMA version1666 megabytes
- Formats:TTA DMF MP4 MOD VOX AU
The Original Jam Sessions 1969 is an album by Quincy Jones and Bill Cosby that was released in 2004. The album was recorded as backing music for The Bill Cosby Show in 1969. Quincy Jones - Composer, musical director. Arthur Adams - Guitar. Eddie Harris - Tenor saxophone. Ernie Watts - Tenor saxophone. Clare Fischer - Piano. Monty Alexander - Piano. Joe Sample - Fender Rhodes piano. Jimmy Smith - Hammond B-3 organ. Milt Jackson - Vibraphone.
Jones and Cosby don't actually perform, save for Cosby contributing improvised vocals on a reprise of the show's theme, "Hikky-Burr," at the end of the album. Hearing the star do his rather rambling thing is an entertaining novelty-and certainly beats listening to William Shatner's "Lucy In The Sky With Diamonds," at least artistically-but it's probably best it's limited to this track and a remixed version that closes out the album. Fender Rhodes and piano (6, 9); Carol Kaye, bass (10, 11); Bill Cosby, vocals (10, 11). Title: The Original Jam Sessions 1969 Year Released: 2004 Record Label: Concord Music Group.
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Original Jam Sessions 1969. CD - Concord Jazz 22572). The groove is loose and deep on these studio sessions recorded as backing music for the original Bill Cosby Show sitcom in 1969. Despite the title, Bill Cosby appears on only one track here, the vocal version of "Hikky-Burr," where he improvised his entire part. Quincy Jones directed these sessions with bassist Ray Brown acting as bandleader on all but one cut (the Cosby selection). Other players came from a revolving cast that included Joe Sample on Fender Rhodes; pianists Les McCann, Clare Fischer, and Monty Alexander; drummers Paul Humphries and John Guerin;.
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The Original Jam Sessions 1969. Released by Universal Music Group Jul 2006 11 Tracks. Listen to all songs in high quality & download The Original Jam Sessions 1969 songs on Gaana. attr("src", $('. de tp. d t img img').
Quincy Jones & Bill Cosby chronology. Basie and Beyond (2000)Basie and Beyond2000. The Original Jam Sessions 1969 (2004). Q: Soul Bossa Nostra (2010)Q: Soul Bossa Nostra2010. 2. Bill Cosby – William Henry Bill Cosby, Jr. is an American stand-up comedian, actor, author, and singer. Cosbys start in comedy began at the hungry i in San Francisco and was followed by his landing a starring role in the 1960s television show I Spy. He was also a regular on the television series The Electric Company during the shows first two seasons. Throughout the 1970s, Cosby starred in a number of films, after attending Temple University in the 1960s, he received his bachelors degree there in 1971. In 1973, he received a degree from the University of Massachusetts Amherst.
Licensed To – Concord Records, Inc. Mastered At – Bernie Grundman Mastering. Tracks 14, 15, 16, 17 and 18 contain no music, only silence. Track 19 taken from the album Quincy Jones And Bill Cosby - The Original Jam Sessions 1969.
CreditsArthur Adams - Guest Artist, Guitar, Liner Notes, Main Personnel
Monty Alexander - Composer, Guest Artist, Main Personnel, Piano
Danielle Brancazio - Package Design
Ray Brown - Bass, Bass Instrument, Guest Artist, Main Personnel
John Burk - Executive Producer
Mario Caldato, Jr. - Mixing
Marc Cazorla - Executive Producer
Jimmy Cleveland - Trombone
Bill Cosby - Composer, Main Personnel, Primary Artist, Vocals
Victor Feldman - Guest Artist, Main Personnel, Vibraphone
Clare Fischer - Fender Rhodes, Main Personnel, Piano
John Guerin - Drums, Main Personnel
Eddie Harris - Guest Artist, Main Personnel, Sax (Tenor)
Edwin Hawkins - Composer
Dan Hirsch - Mastering
Paul Humphrey - Drums, Main Personnel
Milt Jackson - Guest Artist, Main Personnel, Vibraphone
Quincy Jones - Audio Production, Composer, Main Personnel, Primary Artist, Producer
Carol Kaye - Bass, Bass Instrument, Main Personnel
Les McCann - Guest Artist, Main Personnel, Piano
Mix Master Mike - Producer
Jean-Luc Ponty - Guest Artist
Joe Sample - Fender Rhodes, Guest Artist, Main Personnel
Jimmy Smith - Guest Artist, Hammond B3, Main Personnel, Organ (Hammond)
Marvin Stamm - Trumpet
Nancie Stern - Executive Producer
Dan Wallin - Engineer
Ernie Watts - Guest Artist, Main Personnel, Sax (Tenor)
|1||Hikky-Burr (Kincaid Kinfolk) Bill Cosby / Quincy Jones||Bill Cosby / Quincy Jones||5:58|
|2||Groovy Gravy Quincy Jones||Bill Cosby / Quincy Jones||8:14|
|3||Oh Happy Day Edwin Hawkins||Bill Cosby / Quincy Jones||4:20|
|4||Jimmy Cookin' On Top (Interlude) Quincy Jones||Bill Cosby / Quincy Jones||1:42|
|5||Toe Jam Quincy Jones||Bill Cosby / Quincy Jones||7:49|
|6||Jive Den Quincy Jones||Bill Cosby / Quincy Jones||3:13|
|7||Eubie Walkin' Quincy Jones||Bill Cosby / Quincy Jones||7:00|
|8||Monty, Is That You? Monty Alexander / Bill Cosby / Quincy Jones||Bill Cosby / Quincy Jones||6:44|
|9||The Drawing Room (Interlude) Quincy Jones||Bill Cosby / Quincy Jones||0:59|
|10||Hikky-Burr Bill Cosby / Quincy Jones||Bill Cosby / Quincy Jones||3:47|
|11||Hikky-Burr Bill Cosby / Quincy Jones||Bill Cosby / Quincy Jones||3:01|