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Quincy Jones - The Lost Man [The Original Soundtrack Album] (1969)

13-05-2015, 08:50
Jazz | Soul | Funk | Soundtrack | FLAC / APE | HD & Vinyl

Quincy Jones - The Lost Man [The Original Soundtrack Album] (1969)

Artist: Quincy Jones
Title Of Album: The Lost Man
Year Of Release: 1969
Label (Catalog#): UNI Records [73060]
Genre: Soul-Jazz, Funk, Rhythm & Blues, Score
Quality: FLAC (tracks,vinyl)
Bitrate: Lossless
Time: 33:09 min
Full Size: 145 mb

In the strict sense of the word, The Lost Man was not a blaxploitation film, but its soundtrack (arranged by Quincy Jones) might lead you to think otherwise. That said, there are no radio-ready soul jams here, like, say, "Freddy's Dead" or "Theme From Shaft." Instead, Jones takes the sparse, groove-oriented route heard on the J.J. Johnson scores for Cleopatra Jones and Across 110th Street. This is most evident on down-tempo numbers like the sultry "Sweet Soul Sister" (featuring Nate Turner & the Mirettes) and the opening theme. "Main Squeeze," however, is a funk bomb if ever there was one and, thankfully, its bass-driven motif runs throughout the LP. Certain cuts have made their way onto CD in one form or another, but, unfortunately, the album in its entirety has not. Recommended if you can find it.


A1. The Lost Man (Main Title) (2:35)
A2. Sweet Soul Sister (2:48)
A3. Slum Creeper (Instrumental) (3:22)
A4. Rap, Run It On Down (2:31)
A5. He Says He Loves Me (3:45)
A6. Main Squeeze (Instrumental) (2:48)
B1. Try, Try, Try (2:46)
B2. Need To Be Needed (Instrumental) (4:46)
B3. Up Against The Wall (Instrumental) (4:20)
B4. He'll Wash You Whiter Than Snow (2:15)
B5. End Title (1:58)

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