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Mellow Madness

Mellow Madness
Quincy Jones
Released August 1975
Recorded 1975
Genre Jazz, R&B
Length 42:48
Label A&M
Producer Quincy Jones
Quincy Jones chronology

Body Heat
(1974)
Mellow Madness
(1975)
I Heard That!!
(1976)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 2.5/5 stars[1]

Mellow Madness is a 1975 studio album by Quincy Jones. This was Jones' first album recorded since treatment for a Cerebral aneurysm. The album also featured an early appearance by The Brothers Johnson.[2]

Track listing

  1. "Is It Love That We're Missing?" (George Johnson, Debbie Smith)
  2. "Paranoid"
  3. "Mellow Madness" (Tom Bahler, Al Ciner, Quincy Jones, Paulette McWilliams)
  4. "Beautiful Black Girl" (Jones, Otis Smith)
  5. "Listen (What It Is)" (Jones)
  6. "Just a Little Taste of Me
  7. "My Cherie Amour" (Henry Cosby, Sylvia Moy, Stevie Wonder)
  8. "Tryin' to Find Out About You"
  9. "Cry Baby"
  10. "Bluesette" (Norman Gimbel, Toots Thielemans)

Personnel

Performance


Charts

Year Album Chart positions[3]
US US
R&B
US
Jazz
1975 Mellow Madness 16 3 1

Singles

Year Single Chart positions[4]
US US
R&B
US
Dance
1975 "Is It Love That We're Missing?" 70 18
1976 "Mellow Madness" 82



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