Quick & Brite - Taking Care Of Business album FLAC
- Performer: Quick & Brite
- Title: Taking Care Of Business
- Genre: Electronic
- Formats: ADX APE AA AU AC3 MIDI MP4
- Released: 2002
- Style: Leftfield, Electro
- MP3 album: 1539 mb
- FLAC album: 1422 mb
- Rating: 4.6/5
- Votes: 761
Taking Care of Business is the second album by saxophonist Oliver Nelson recorded in 1960 and released on the New Jazz label. Nelson remains a vastly underrated saxophonist and all six performances on this recommended CD reissue (four of them his originals) are excellent".
Variations: Viewing All Quick & Brite. q&b, Quick And Brite, Quickandbrite. Taking Care Of Business (CDr, Promo).
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Takin' Care of Business (album). Takin' Care of Business is an album led by American jazz saxophonist Charlie Rouse which was recorded in 1960 for the Jazzland label. Blue Farouq" (Blue Mitchell) - 7:24. 204" (Randy Weston) - 7:24. Upptankt" (Charlie Rouse) - 4:42. Weirdо" (Kenny Drew) - 5:59. Pretty Strange" (Weston) - 5:14. They Didn't Believe Me" (Jerome Kern, Herbert Reynolds) - 6:52.
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Takin' Care of Business. Studio album by. Charlie Rouse. May 11, 1960 Plaza Sound Studios, New York City.
Taking Care of Business (Oliver Nelson album), 1960. Takin' Care of Business (album), a 1960 album by Charlie Rouse. Taking Care of Business, a 1970 album by James Cotton. Takin' Care of Business, a 1998 compilation album by Bachman–Turner Overdrive. TCB (TV program), a 1968 Motown television special and its respective album, abbreviation for Taking Care of Business. TCB (album), an album by James Reyne, abbreviation for Taking Care of Business. TCB (disambiguation).
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