Arranged By – Charlie Mariano (tracks: 11), Jimmy Giuffre (tracks: 7, 10), Lennie Niehaus (tracks: 8, 9), Quincy Jones (tracks: 1 to 6). Baritone Saxophone – Jack Nimitz (tracks: 1 to 6), Pepper Adams (tracks: 10 to 12). Bass – Charles Mingus (tracks: 3 to 6), Leroy Vinnegar (tracks: 10 to 12), Paul Chambers (3) (tracks: 1, 2), Red Mitchell (tracks: 7 to 9). Design – Bob Crozier. Design – Emili Bogin. Design – Andy Ruggirello, Dan Serrano, David Gibb, Scott Johnson (14), Sonny Mediana
Stockhold Sweetnin, Quincy Jones - B2. Evening in Paris, а также рингтоны на звонок и все новые треки.
Overall this is a fairly laid back album with no particular stand out tracks, later Jones albums will sometimes work up more of a sweat. If there is one drawback, it is the brevity of this LP. Still, this is recommended for fans of late 50s-60s jazz big bands, as well as fans of soundtrack work from that same era.
The Dude is a 1981 studio album released and recorded by Quincy Jones. The album produced three . Top 40 hits and features the debut of vocalist James Ingram on the singles "Just Once" and "One Hundred Ways," which reached No. 17 and 14, respectively, on the Billboard Hot 100. ("One Hundred Ways" was sampled by MF Doom for the track "Rhymes Like Dimes," from his debut solo album, Operation: Doomsday.
2. Stockhold Sweetnin'. 5. A Sleepin' Bee. Quincy Jones.
Biography by Mark Deming. One of the most accomplished figures in modern music, crossing jazz, R&B, film music, and pop over a seven-decade career entailing 27 Grammy awards. This Is How I Feel Abo. uincy Jones. The Birth of a Band! Quincy Jones. Newport '61. The Great Wide World o. See Full Discography.
Quincy, directed by Jones’ daughter Rashida, seesaws between past and present. No matter what year it is, Jones is wildly charming, a fountain of jokes and aphorisms. But he has lived such a rich life, touching on so many aspects of the arts, that it can be hard to keep track of his myriad accomplishments - and to recall of all the barriers he broke down to achieve them. Here are 10 takeaways from the doc. Duke Ellington instructed Jones to de-categorize American music. Paris made me feel free as an artist and a black man, he says. Debt drove Jones to pop music. He later played a role in starting Vibe magazine, which became a hip-hop bible, and hosted a hip-hop symposium in New York City.
Quincy Jones was born in Chicago, Illinois on March 14, 1933. When he was still a youngster, his family moved to Seattle, Washington, and he soon developed an interest in music. In his early teens, Jones began learning the trumpet, and started singing with a local gospel group. Jones also released his first album under his own name that year, a set for ABC-Paramount appropriately entitled This Is How I Feel About Jazz.