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  1. Quincy Jones was the producer of the film's songs, and he and Michael began work on Michael’s first Epic solo album, Off the Wall, the next year.
  2. Quincy Jones is a songwriter and record producer.
  3. Quincy Jones was the arranger and in the trumpet section, and we became friends.
  4. Quincy Jones is quoted in The Pleasures of Jazz as saying of Eckstine: “If he’d been white, the sky would have been the limit. (Web site)
  5. Quincy Jones was lined up as the producer, and Michael Jackson and Lionel Ritchie were the song writers.

Miles

  1. Just as Michael Jackson had his Quincy Jones and the Beatles had their George Martin, Miles too had his perfect creative foil in producer Teo Macero.

Songwriter

  1. For the producer and songwriter, see Quincy Jones.

Question

  1. The gift in question is an emmy award titled Lifetime Achievement in Music, for Quincy Jones.

Written

  1. On Days Like These, the title song of the original version of the movie The Italian Job was written by Don Black, to music by Quincy Jones.

Kidada Jones

  1. Kidada Jones, daughter of Quincy Jones and fianc of Tupac, has a tattoo of Tupac on her arm.

Art Farmer

  1. Also, he had been around awhile as a producer, and created nice recordings of Art Farmer, Quincy Jones, and others. (Web site)

Gerald Wilson

  1. Her recorded work in the sixties featured the ensembles of Benny Carter, Quincy Jones, and Gerald Wilson. (Web site)

Quincy Jones Iii

  1. Neither has Quincy Jones III, producer of the Beef documentary series, which depicts how bad blood develops between different rappers and entertainers.

Quincy Jones Cd

  1. This album was greatly anticipated after he, as a twelve year old, came out with "Tomorrow" from the Quincy Jones CD "Back on the Block".

Eckstine

  1. A large band directed by Quincy Jones is behind Eckstine on one of the highlights of the album, the Duke Ellington medley. (Web site)

Brazilian Wedding Song

  1. Quincy Jones called it "a brazilian wedding song".

Quincy Jones Big Band

  1. After his stint with Bellson, Ingram graduated high school and then joined the Quincy Jones Big Band for a fall tour.

Project

  1. The film's producer, Quincy Jones, wanted to personally arrange and compose the music for the project.
  2. If Belafonte was the conscience of the project, legendary producer Quincy Jones was the maestro.

Night

  1. Quincy Jones once stated that Hamp was like a rock and roll musician in that "Hamp would go for the throat every night and the people would freak out". (Web site)

Concert

  1. And in May he took part in a concert at Circo Massimo in Rome organised by Quincy Jones to launch the " We are the Future " project. (Web site)

Seattle

  1. Jimi attended Seattle’s Garfield High School, joining the ranks of other former students, Quincy Jones and Ernestine Anderson.
  2. Born Robert Alexander Blackwell in Seattle, Washington, in the late 1940s he led a jazz group that included pianist Ray Charles and trumpeter Quincy Jones.
  3. Soon he found himself in Seattle, Washington, where he met a young Quincy Jones, and established a name for himself in clubs. (Web site)

Europe

  1. In 1959, he toured Europe with Quincy Jones after getting fed up with racial politics in USA and ultimately settled in Scandinavia. (Web site)

Sound

  1. Even the attempts by guys like Miles Davis and Quincy Jones fell short, but when Coleman Hawkins gets his hands on the sound, it works suprisingly well. (Web site)

Late 1970S

  1. During the late 1970s and throughout the 1980s Peggy Lipton and Quincy Jones were regarded as one of Hollywood 's major "powercouples".

Genius

  1. There are people who would say that Quincy Jones is a genius. (Web site)

Record Producer

  1. This is the discography for music impresario, conductor, record producer, musical arranger, film composer and trumpeter Quincy Jones.

Episode

  1. The music was composed by Quincy Jones III, who is credited at the end of each episode.

Jimi Hendrix

  1. It has seen several noted artists, including Jimi Hendrix, Quincy Jones, and Ernestine Anderson, although Jimi Hendrix rarely attended school. (Web site)

World

  1. It was here that up-and-coming stars such as Quincy Jones, Ray Charles, Ernestine Anderson, and, later, Jimi Hendrix began to make their marks on the world.

Music Industry

  1. In each episode, Quincy Jones shares his knowledge and experience in the music industry. (Web site)
  2. Dizzy and Quincy Jones (now a giant in the music industry) encouraged me and helped me.

Founder

  1. He is the founder of the Quincy Jones Listen Up Foundation, a charity which connects youths with technology, education, culture and music. (Web site)

Love

  1. As a solo artist, he's best known for the hits "Who's Johnny" and "Love Always" and for his collaborations with Tone Loc, Quincy Jones, Fourplay and DJ Quik.

Earth

  1. His earliest influences were rock and funk music, a diverse pool of artists like the Police, Earth, Wind and Fire, and Quincy Jones.

Orchestra

  1. The Quintessence is an album released by Quincy Jones and his orchestra.

Grammy Nominations

  1. QUINCY JONES (1933-): Garfield High School's musical prodigy has more Grammy nominations than anyone else in history.

Grammy Awards

  1. Jamie Foxx and Alicia Keys, backed by Quincy Jones & his Orchestra, performed a new arrangement in honour of Ray Charles at the 2005 Grammy Awards.
  2. Melle Mel closed out the decade by winning two more Grammy awards for his work with Quincy Jones.

Composer

  1. It was in Seattle's red light district were he met a young Quincy Jones, showing the future producer and composer how to write music. (Web site)

John Williams

  1. John Williams and Quincy Jones will tag-team the musical score, a soulful, all-American gumbo that samples gospel, Aaron Copland and snap music.

Touring

  1. By 1959 he had moved to Europe whilst touring with the Quincy Jones Big Band and it is here that he created some of his most famous albums.
  2. Quincy Jones started as a trumpet player, touring with Lionel Hampton in the early 1950s. (Web site)

Television

  1. At the urging of Quincy Jones, Golson moved to Hollywood, where he began writing for films and television. (Web site)
  2. Smith made his transition into television as the star of "The Fresh Prince of Bel Air," a sitcom created for Smith by Quincy Jones. (Web site)

Charts

  1. We had rehearsed to go into the Sands almost a month before he came to town, just to rundown the charts, with Quincy Jones. (Web site)

Music Business

  1. Blackwell had nurtured and groomed Ray Charles (then known as R.C. Robinson) and Quincy Jones at the start of their careers in the music business. (Web site)

Duke Ellington

  1. Quincy Jones: David Berger is the expert on the music of Duke Ellington and the Sultans of Swing play Duke's music better than anyone.
  2. To be honest, he began to sound more like Duke Ellington, Quincy Jones and -- yes -- Miles, than he ever resembled Marsalis.

Count Basie

  1. Although I did not get a chance to see my father perform in his prime, I have met some of the people he worked with like Count Basie and Quincy Jones.

Frank Sinatra

  1. In 1966 when Ulla was 19 years old she met Quincy Jones at a party given by TWA in honour of Frank Sinatra in New York. (Web site)

Greats

  1. He also rubbed shoulders with some of the greats along the way, namely Dizzy Gillespie, Sarah Vaughan, and Quincy Jones. (Web site)

Stan Getz

  1. In the late 1950s, he recorded with Stan Getz and Quincy Jones. (Web site)
  2. For example, select miles davis, chet baker, stan getz, or quincy jones cd on cti jazz.

Jackson

  1. Richie and Jackson sang, too, while Quincy Jones did the producing of the USA for Africa record.
  2. Eight million copies were sold, making Jackson an international superstar and Quincy Jones the most sought-after record producer in Hollywood. (Web site)

Year

  1. In that same year, Quincy Jones turned his attention to another musical area that had long been closed to blacks -- the world of film scores. (Web site)

Wyclef Jean

  1. The song's video starred many celebrities, such as Wyclef Jean, Quincy Jones, and Puff Daddy's future love interest, Jennifer Lopez. (Web site)

Time

  1. Quincy Jones has been married and divorced three times, and his six children have only recently been able to spend time with and come to know their father.
  2. At the same time, Michael Jackson's solo career was taking off, with two albums produced by Quincy Jones. (Web site)
  3. It was during this time that he began performing with area musicians like Quincy Jones, Gigi Gryce, Ken McIntyre and Jaki Byard. (Web site)

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