" I WENT OUT WALKING THROUGH STREETS PAVED WITH GOLD " 
Q'S JOOK JOINT

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 Release Date November 7, 1995
 Artist Quincy Jones
 Record Label Qwest / Warner Brothers Records
 Singles With U2 None
 Promotional Releases None
 TRACKS FEATURING U2
Bono's speaking voice is sampled on "Jook Joint Intro" and he sings with Ray Charles and Stevie Wonder on "Let the Good Times Roll"
 TRACKLISTING (Click for Lyrics)
  • Jook Joint Intro (1:30)
  • Let The Good Times Roll (2:57
  • Cool Joe, Mean Joe (Killer Joe) (7:32) 
  • You Put A Move On My Heart (6:13)
  • Rock With You (4:09)
  • Moody's Mood For Love (4:18)
  • Stomp (6:16)
  • Jook Joint Reprise (Let The Good Times Roll) (0:55)
  • Do Nothin' Till You Hear From Me (3:57)
  • Is It Love That We're Missin' (4:45)
  • Heaven's Girl (5:26)
  • Stuff Like That (5:45)
  • Slow Jams (7:30)
  • At The End Of The Day (Grace) (7:42)
  • Jook Joint Outro (0:48)
LINER NOTES
Jook Joint Intro: Produced by Quincy Jones.  Featuring Kid Capri, Funkmaster Flex, LL Cool J, James Moody, Coko, Stevie Wonder, Lester Young, Brandy, Billy Eckstine, Dizzy Gillespie, Marlon Brando, Charlie WiIlson, Barry White, Chaka Khan, Tone Loc, Queen Latifah, Ray Charles, Greg Phillinganes, Siedah Garrett, Patti Austin, Will Wheaton, Mervyn Warren, Sarah Vaughn, Miles Davis, Gloria Estefan, Lelee, Charlie Parker, Shaquille O'Neal and Bono.  Sound Design:  James Flamberg, Steve Dewey, Andrew Scheps. 
Let the Good Times Roll:  Music and lyrics by Sam Theard and Fleecie Moore.  Produced by Quincy Jones.  Featured vocalists:  Stevie Wonder, Bono and Ray Charles.  Featured Soloist:  Stevie Wonder (harmonica).  Arranged by Quincy Jones and John Clayton.  Bono's Vocals Produced Paul Barrett.  Drums:  John Robinson.  Bass:  Sekou Bunch.  Keyboards:  Greg Phillinganes.  Guitar:  Paul Jackson Jr. Guitar Solo:  Grant Geissman.  Tenor Sax Solo:  Peter Christlieb.  Conductor:  John Clyaton.  Trumpets:  Jerry Hey, Gary Grant, "Snooky Young", Chuck Findley, Oscar Brashear.  Trombones:  Jeff Clayton, Tom Scott, Pete Christlieb, Jack Nimitz, Fred Jackson Jr. 
OTHER NOTES
This was Quincy Jones 1995 album and it featured Bono singing "Let the Good Times Roll" with Ray Charles and Stevie Wonder.  Bono also shows up on the first song on the disc "Jook Joint Intro" which is really just a clip of his vocals saying "Can I get in here?".  There is no other contribution from Bono to that song.

The liner notes are quite extensive and Quincy Jones discusses Bono's participation:

One night in 1987, Charlie Hicks called from the limo and said that he was "With someone that wanted to meet me."  "Tonight?" I replied, but before I could get the rest of my sentence out he said he'd be right over and hung up the phone.  Five minutes later, Charlie, Bono and his lovely wife Ali walked throuh the door.  He told me how he had listened to my albums growing up.  I have to confess I didn't know anything about U2, but four hours later, there we were still talking.  The next night, Ali picked me up and brought me to the Los Angeles Coliseum.  Our seats were center stage right near the soundboard.  I became an immediate fan.  Later, during the Rattle and Hum tour, Bono leased the house next to mine.  We've been friends ever since.  He is smart, perceptive, curious, warm, real and strongly connected to music's roots.  His introduction of Sinatra at the Grammy Awards was so on the money that I asked him to send me a copy of it.  He is the perfect fit for the middle of this.  The addition of Bono simply felt natural, the way things should be.

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CATALOG INFORMATION
 5" CD:
 Canada Pressing, CDW 45875
Label: Qwest / Warner Records
UPC: 0 9362-45875-2 1
Package: Regular Jewel
Matrix: #960405XC CDW-45875 RE1 L386 CINRAM
Catalog Information:
Canada, Qwest / Warner, CDW 45875 USA, Qwest / Warner, 458752
Track Listing:
As listed above.
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