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This is the peak of George Benson's courtship of the mass market – a superbly crafted and performed pop album with a large supporting cast – and wouldn't you know that Quincy Jones, the master catalyst, is the producer. Q's regular team, including the prolific songwriter Rod Temperton and the brilliant engineer Bruce Swedien, is in control, and Benson's voice, caught beautifully in the rich, floating sound, had never before been put to such versatile use. On Moody's Mood… read more



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  • Avatar for UnfortunatelyGr
    Quincy the master again.
  • Avatar for BLKYNITE77
    great classic i miss cd 101.9 when they used to play this song man i miss good jazz!!!! :(
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  • Avatar for blaztik
    George is the don
  • Avatar for LeRoyUSBanker
    HERE IT IS PEOPLE...The Breakout Album which was played first on WBLS (107.5 NYC) back in the early days (pre-Sutton Group) and the whole New York Flavor...Frankie & I loved the George Benson Sound and always included his music in the mix.....Sorry they turned the Station over to clowns or comics....I guess that way my radio isn't really on....LOL...missing Frankie too.....RIP
  • Avatar for Jaggaemusiq
    Another Great birthed from a Quincy Jones Collaboration. If only mainstream music was this serious.
  • Avatar for marcgraff
    O key!
  • Avatar for LesNubFan
    Randy's version is worth a listen on Last.FM if Atlantic Records would stop the madness and just let the ding dang song play! How you supposed to test songs.....sheeesh !!!!!
  • Avatar for RealFunkadelic
    please give us the original album version here! no poor live recording, no remixes - please.

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