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You've Got It Bad, Girl

You've Got It Bad Girl
Quincy Jones
Released October 1973
Recorded 1973
Genre Jazz-funk
Length 29:28
Label A&M
Producer Quincy Jones
Quincy Jones chronology

Ndeda
(1972)
You've Got It Bad Girl
(1973)
Body Heat
(1974)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 3.5/5 stars[1]

You've Got It Bad Girl is a 1973 album by Quincy Jones.[1]

The title track is a song written by Stevie Wonder and originally released on his 1972 triple grammy winning album Talking Book.

The final track on the album, "Chump Change", was first used as the main theme to 1972's The New Bill Cosby Show on CBS, where Jones's orchestra provided music. The CBS game show Now You See It used "Chump Change" as its main theme as well, both in 1974 and on its revival in 1989. It is also used as the main theme to the Dutch radio program Langs de lijn.

Track listing

  1. "Summer in the City" (Steve Boone, Mark Sebastian, John Sebastian) – 4:05
  2. "Eyes of Love" (Quincy Jones, Bob Russell) – 3:28
  3. Tribute to A.F.: "Daydreaming"/"First Time Ever I Saw Your Face" (Aretha Franklin)/(Ewan MacColl) – 7:11
  4. "Love Theme from The Getaway" (Jones) – 2:35
  5. "You've Got It Bad Girl" (Stevie Wonder, Yvonne Wright) – 5:45
  6. "Superstition" (Wonder) – 4:32
  7. "Manteca" (Gil Fuller, Dizzy Gillespie, Chano Pozo) – 8:42
  8. "Sanford and Son Theme (The Streetbeater)" (Jones) – 3:05
  9. "Chump Change" (Bill Cosby, Jones) – 3:19

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