Quentin Jones

Performer Linda Gail Lewis
Writer: Quentin Jones

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Quentin wrote “Spellbound” for Linda Gail Lewis for her album "Hard Rockin' Woman" which he also produced and recorded. On this track Quentin plays bass, acoustic guitar and rhythm guitar. Mojo magazine gave the album a 4 start review and said this about Spellbound: “On the Jones-penned Spellboud, Lewis swaps her cowboy boots for a prom dress, delivering delicious love-sick pop that could have come straight out of the Brill Building.”

By The Reach Around Rodeo Clowns
Writer: Quentin Jones

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This is from the sixth Reach Around Rodeo Clowns album call 'Rockabilly Deluxe'. The great author Stephen King Tweeted about this songs , saying he liked the song, the band and the video. The Portland Press found out and wrote a story about it. Quentin plays the guitar on this and all Reach Around Rodeo Clowns tracks. This was recorded and produced by Quentin.

By Lee Rocker
Writer: Quentin Jones

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Lee Rocker from the Stray Cats produced the 2nd Reach Around Rodeo Clowns album, "Circuit Rider, which had a song Quentin Jones wrote called The Girl From Hell on it. Lee like the song so much he recorded for his album Racin' the Devil on Alligator Records. His version was used on the CBS show Numb3rs and the Clowns version was used in the horror film Cynthia

Performer: Robert Gordon
Writer: Quentin Jones

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This is a very cool track that Quentin played the guitar on and recorded with Robert Gordon back in 1996. It has now been released over and over by many different labels around the world. 

Performer: Charlie Gracie
Weiter:Quentin Jones

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Quentin wrote this song for Charlie Gracie for his "For the Love of Charlie" album on ABKCO Records around 2012. It was Produced by Al Kooper and co-produced by Quentin. Quentin played lead guitar and Al Kooper play a ton of things on this song.

Performer: Kenely Collins
Writer: Quentin Jones

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Quentin played guitar and bass on this track , and he wrote the music and produced it for Project Runway start Kenley Collins. Quentin produced her 2016 album, “Belle Black” played on it, and co-wrote some of the songs.