Who Sang Along Came Betty? Quincy Jones

Release information
Writer(s): Pam Sawyer, Leon Ware
Release Date: 1959
length: 3:19
arranger: Quincy Jones and Melba Liston
alto saxophone: Phil Woods
baritone saxophone: Sahib Shihab
bass: Milt Hinton
conductor: Quincy Jones
French horn: Julius Watkins
guitar: Kenny Burrell
piano: Patti Bown
tenor saxophone: Zoot Sims and Benny Golson
trombone: Urbie Green, Melba Liston, Jimmy Cleveland and Quentin Jackson
trumpet: Joe Newman, Joe Wilder, Ernie Royal and Clark Terry
woodwind: Frank Wess
additional alto saxophone: Phil Woods
additional flute: Frank Wess
drums (drum set): Sam Woodyard
If you're foolin', only foolin'All I ask is "Why?"If you're playin', all I'm sayin'Is feelings sure collide If you're lyin', keep on lyin'Don't tell the truth, don't you dare You can't drop me, 'cause you still got me After takin' me way up there Oh, oh, oh, oh If I ever lose this heaven If I ever, ever, ever lose this heaven Whoa, I'll never be the same Oh, oh, oh, oh, oh If I ever lose this heaven If I ever, ever, ever lose this heaven Whoa, I'll never be the samer When you're kind, extra kind Then suddenly you're crossed

Tracklist
12" Vinyl 1
  • 1 The Birth of a Band
  • 2 Moanin'
  • 3 I Remember Clifford
  • 4 Along Came Betty
  • 5 Tickle Toe
  • 6 Happy Faces
  • 7 Whisper Not
  • 8 The Gypsy
  • 9 A Change of Pace
  • 10 Tuxedo Junction