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Interprète:

Quincy Jones

Titre:

Roots: The Saga Of An American Family

Genre:

Funk / Scène, Écran

Taille de l'album MP3:

2105 mb

Label:

A&M Records, Record Club Of America, Inc.

Classement:

4.5

Style:

Gospel, Soul, Soundtrack

Pays:

US

Catalogue:

SP-4626, R 133767

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Tracklist

1Roots Mural Theme Intro (Slave Auction)
Orchestra [Featuring] – The Quincy Jones Orchestra & AuctioneersWritten-By – G. Fried
0:15
2Behold, The Only Thing Greater Than Yourself (Birth)
Vocals [Vocal & Chant, Featuring] – Letta MbuluWritten-By – C. Semenya, Q. Jones
1:30
3Jumpin' De Broom (Marriage Ceremony)
Fiddle [Hoedown Solo, Featuring] – Bobby BruceWritten-By – B. Bruce, Q. Jones
0:42
4Middle Passage (Slaveship Crossing)
Vocals [Solo On Sea Shanty] – Alex HassilevVocals [Toubob Chant] – The WattslineWritten-By – Q. Jones
1:15
5Roots Mural Theme Bridge (Plantation Life)
Orchestra – The Quincy Jones OrchestraVoice Actor [Vagon Dialogue] – Stan HazeWritten-By – G. Fried
1:25
6Motherland
Bata [Featuring] – Bill SummersWritten-By – Q. Jones
0:29
7Ole Fiddler
Adapted By – Lou Gossett, Q. JonesVoice Actor [Dialogue], Vocals [Featuring] – Lou Gossett
1:12
8Main Title: Mama Aifambeni (Premiere Episode)
Bata [Bata Drum Ensemble, Featuring] – Bill SummersChoir [Featuring] – The WattslineFeaturing – Caiphus SemenyaVocals [Featuring] – Letta MbuluWritten-By – C. Semenya, Q. Jones
1:03
9Many Rains Ago (Oluwa) (African Theme: English Version)
Choir – The Quincy Jones OrchestraOrchestra – The Wattsline ChoirVocals [Solo, Featuring] – Letta MbuluWritten-By – C. Semenya, Q. Jones
4:50
10Roots Mural Theme
Orchestra – The Quincy Jones OrchestraWritten-By – G. Fried
2:10
11Oluwa (Many Rains Ago) (African Theme)
Choir [Featuring] – The Wattsline ChoirVocals [Featuring] – Letta MbuluWritten-By – C. Semenya, Q. Jones
2:28
12What Can I Do? (Hush, Hush, Somebody's Calling My Name)
Adapted By – Q. Jones, J. ClevelandChoir [Featuring] – The Wattsline ChoirOrgan, Piano [Featuring] – Richard TeeVocals [Featuring] – Charles May, Mortonette Jenkins
2:17
13You In Americuh' Now, African
Featuring – Lou GossettOrchestra [Featuring] – Quincy Jones OrchestraWritten-By – G. Fried, Q. Jones
0:32
14 America (The Promised Land)
15Boyhood To Manhood
Percussion [Featuring] – Bill SummersVocals [Solo] – Zak DioufWritten-By – B. Summers, Q. Jones, Z. Diouf
0:53
16Free At Last? (The Civil War)
Orchestra [Featuring] – The Quincy Jones OrchestraVoice Actor [Dialogue, Featuring] – Lou GossettWritten-By – Q. Jones
2:24
17Oh Lord, Come By Here
Adapted By – Q. Jones, J. ClevelandChoir [Featuring] – The Wattsline ChoirConductor [Featuring] – Reverend James ClevelandOrgan [Featuring] – Richard Tee
3:25
18The Toubob Is Here! (The Capture)
Written-By – Q. Jones
1:06
19 Africa (The Motherland)

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
SP-4626Quincy Jones Roots (The Saga Of An American Family) ‎(LP, Album, Mon)A&M RecordsSP-4626US1977
SP-4626Quincy Jones Roots (The Saga Of An American Family) ‎(LP, Album, Pit)A&M RecordsSP-4626US1977
SP-4626Quincy Jones Roots: The Saga Of An American Family ‎(LP, Album, Promo)A&M RecordsSP-4626US1977
SLAM 64626Quincy Jones Roots: The Saga Of An American Family ‎(LP, Album)A&M RecordsSLAM 64626Italy1977
POCM 1955Quincy Jones Roots (The Saga Of An American Family) ‎(CD, Album)A&M RecordsPOCM 1955Japan1996

Crédits

  • Acoustic BassArni Egillson, Milt Kestenbaum
  • Arranged ByBill Summers, Caiphus Semenya, Dave Grusin, Herb Spencer, John Mandel, Quincy Jones, Reverend James Cleveland, Dick Hazard, Tommy Bahler
  • Artwork [Album Design]Chuck Beeson
  • Artwork [Art Direction]Roland Young
  • Artwork [Roots Logo Typography Design]Al Nagy
  • BanjoAlton Hendrickson
  • CelloJeff Solow, Jesse Erlich, Paul Bergstrom, Ronnie Cooper
  • Composed ByGerald Fried (tracks: A2, A9, B1, B5)
  • Concept By [Conceived By], Producer, ConductorQuincy Jones
  • Conductor [Choir]Tommy Bahler (tracks: A5, B8)
  • Conductor [The Wattsline Choir]Reverend James Cleveland
  • Electric BassChuck Rainey, Ed Reddick
  • Engineer [Assistant]Chuck Trammell, Steve "Deacon Dolby" Katz
  • Engineer, RemixNorm Kinney
  • French HornAlan Robinson, David Duke, James Decker
  • GuitarDavid T. Walker, Lee Ritenour
  • HarpCatherine Gotthoffer, Dorothy Remsen
  • KeyboardsDave Grusin, Ian Underwood, Mike Boddicker, Pete Jolly, Richard Tee
  • Mastered ByBernie Grundman
  • PercussionBill Summers, Bobbye Hall, Caiphus Semenya, Emil Richards, King Errison, Milt Holland, Paul Bryant , Shelly Manne, Tommy Vig, Victor Feldman, Zak Diouf
  • PerformerBill Summers, Caiphus Semenya, Letta Mbulu, Lou Gossett, Quincy Jones Orchestra, The Wattsline Choir
  • Photography By [Back Cover]Bruce Talamon
  • TromboneBill Watrous, Dick Nash, Maurice Spear
  • TrumpetBobby Bryant, Buddy Childers, John Audino
  • TubaTommy Johnson
  • ViolaAlex Nieman, Marilyn Baker, Bob Ostrowsky, Rollis Dale
  • ViolinBobby Bruce, Erno Neufeld, Gerald Vinci, Harry Bluestone, Irv Katz, Janice Gower, John Santulis, Joseph Livoti, Joe Stepansky, Ralph Shaeffer, Bob Sushell, Sheldon Sanov, Bill Nuttycomb
  • VocalsAlexandra Brown, Caiphus Semenya, Deborah Tibbs, Jim Gilstrap, John Lehman, Linda Evans, Paulette McWilliams, Reverend James Cleveland, Stephanie Spruill
  • Vocals [Featured Soloist]Letta Mbulu
  • Vocals [The Wattsline Choir]Charles May, David Pridgen, Mortonette Jenkins, Rodney Armstrong, Sherwood Sledge
  • WoodwindErnie Watts, Jerome Richardson, Ted Nash, Terry Harrington, Bill Green

Remarques

Printed inner sleeve features artist and dialogue credits.

Music from and inspired by the David L. Wolfer production of "Roots". ROOTS the saga of an American family.

Recorded at A&M Studios and United Western Recorders

℗ 1977

Contains 12" x 24" poster: "Behold...The only thing greater than yourself"

Codes-barres

  • Matrix / Runout (Side 1, etched): R-133767A-1
  • Matrix / Runout (Side 2, etched): R-133767B-1

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