You've Got It Bad Girl is a 1973 album by the American jazz musician/producer Quincy Jones. The title track is a song written by Yvonne Wright and was originally released on Stevie Wonder's 1972 album Talking Book. Here Jones himself is performing the lead vocals. The album features another Stevie Wonder song: "Superstition", featuring vocals from Bill Withers, Billy Preston and Wonder himself, billed as 'Three Beautiful Brothers'.
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If you try to display an emotion that will contradict itself You will find your heart just sitting Like a statue on a shelf, on a shelf, on a shelf. Should you depend on an outlet Through which an escape can be found Then you've got it bad girl, you've got it bad girl. If you don't see there's no way out Just no way of getting around me Then you've got it bad girl, you've got it bad girl. Yes, you know the plans I am making are intended to capture you So you practice false reactions to delay the things I do The things. But when you can find just a small space To let my love live in your mind Then you'll have it good girl, you'll have it good girl.
Quincy Jones Looks Back on the Making of Michael Jackson’s ‘Bad’. I thought it was time for him to do a very honest album, producer says of 1987 smash that spawned Man in the Mirror and four other Number Ones. Did you and Michael talk about a vision for Bad before you started working? That’s not the way it works. On Thriller, he did Beat It – that was the last one we got – The Girl Is Mine, Billie Jean and Wanna Be Startin’ Somethin. All the turmoil was starting to mount up, so I said I thought it was time for him to do a very honest album writing all the songs. If they got it at 12, you know they gonna keep on keeping on. People have no idea what producing records is about. What do you think it is?
1973’s You’ve Got It Bad Girl has his sublime take on the Lovin’ Spoonful’s Summer in the City, but Smackwater Jack is the pick of Jones’s early 70s albums, a daring, purist-enraging, oft-sampled melding of jazz, funk and soundtrack work, where blues guitar epics sit alongside TV themes and a gorgeous 10-minute version of Marvin. Off the Wall, Thriller and Bad are indisputably Michael Jackson albums, not Quincy Jones albums with Michael Jackson performing on them. But no one other than Quincy Jones was capable of empowering Jackson’s astonishing talent to soar so high. One apocryphal rumour has Jones coaching Jackson’s vocals by kicking him and shouting No squeaks, motherfucker! Certainly, his fingerprints are all over these albums, from the mournful jazz brass line on Billie Jean to the presence of organist Jimmy Smith on Bad.
Performer:Quincy Jones Genre: Jazz / Funk Title: You've Got It Bad Girl Released: 1973 Style: Soul-Jazz, Soul, Funk MP3 version ZIP size: 1411 mb FLAC version RAR size: 1309 mb Rating: 4.1 Votes: 551 Other Formats: TTA DXD WAV VQF VOX MP2 VOC
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