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    Music from The Adventures Soundtrack
    Quincy Jones / Ray Brown Orchestra – Music from The Adventures Soundtrack

    Music from The Adventurers is Quincy Jones and The Ray Brown Orchestra’s re-working of the Antonio Carlos Jobim soundtrack to the trashy 1970 Howard Robbins film The Adventures.

    This very rare classic funk album was also recorded in 1970, and features Tom Scott and Deodato, who lay down some great funk backing in a larger-than-life big band style. The album swings between big band jazz, out-and-out funk and easy listening.

    This album is a lost funk classic and a favorite of DJs.

    Track List:
    1. Polo Pony
    2. Go Down Dying
    3. El Lobo’s March
    4. Wishful Thinking
    5. Gentle Lover
    6. Coming And Going
    7. Fat Cat Strut
    8. Children’s Games
    9. Love Theme From “The Adventurers”

    Music from The Adventures Soundtrack

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