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Lost Man, The Quincy Jones Uni 73060, 1970
Lost Man, The album cover

A fairly obscure Quincy Jones score to a film featuring Julie Christie. This album has a similar feel to the The Italian Job and borrows a number of rhythmic motifs from that LP. The best track is the slow groove number "Main Squeeze", containing some great percussion and keyboard work.

Overall Rating: 3

Track listing:

The Lost Man (Main Title: vocal by The Kids From PASLA) | Sweet Soul Sister (vocal: Nate Turner and the Mirettes) | Slum Creeper (instr.) | Rap, Run It On Down (vocal: Nate Turner, Venetta Fields & The Mirettes) | He Says He Loves Me (vocal: Ernestine Anderson & The Pree Sisters) | Main Squeeze (instr.) | Try, Try, Try (vocal: Venetta Fields and The Mirettes) | Need To Be Needed (instr.) | Up Against The Wall (instr.) | He'll Wash You Whiter Than Snow (vocal: The Church Choir) | End Title (vocal: Geraldine Janes, bass: Ray Brown, guitar: Arthur Adams) |

 

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