Happy Birthday to Quincy Jones, Born March 14, 1933
Please join the Albumism team in celebrating Quincy Jones’ musical legacy and share your personal memories of him with us. that has spanned seven decades, Quincy Jones has earned his reputation as a renaissance man of Please join the Albumism team in celebrating Quincy Jones’ musical legacy and share your personal Quincy Jones Happy Birthday to Quincy Jones, Born March 14, 1933 , Diz chose Quincy to lead the ensemble. Jones also released his first album under his own name that
Happy Birthday to Tamia, Born May 9, 1975
on the Rod Temperton-penned "You Put a Move on My Heart," the first single from Quincy Jones' 1994 for Luther Vandross. At that party, she met Quincy Jones, who became taken with Tamia's talent. By , Keith Crouch, Tim Kelly and Bob Robinson, Stevie J., Mario Winans, and Quincy Jones. It peaked at number
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triple-disc set. Producer Quincy Jones, while enthusiastic about the influx of promising new Quincy Jones mainstream pop. “All of his stuff is so different,” Quincy Jones explained. “I mean, ‘Liberian Girl,’ who near the top of the list. As the concluding chapter of the Michael Jackson & Quincy Jones saga, Bad As the concluding chapter of the Michael Jackson & Quincy Jones saga, ‘Bad’ set a new gold standard for pop music and entertainment.
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, Quincy Jones, and Maxwell, among many others, during his prolific career. “Gave My Heart” features
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playing with Quincy Jones' orchestra (1960-1961), between 1959-1961 Nelson recorded six small-group
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Quincy Jones III (a.k.a. QDIII) and executive produced by Queen Latifah through her Flavor Unit
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Stevie Wonder. When he joined forces with maestro producer Quincy Jones in 1978, they constructed three
Happy Birthday to Al B. Sure!, Born June 4, 1968
multi-platinum group Jodeci and teen R&B performer Tevin Campbell (also one of Quincy Jones's former to pursue a music career. In 1987, Quincy Jones selected Brown as the first winner of the Sony
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Quincy Jones and engineer Bruce Swedien in Westlake Studios on April 14, 1982 they set about Top 10 albums. Yes, as Quincy Jones infamously said, it “saved the record industry.” Yes, it Quincy Jones
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intersection of funk, disco and pop, these two albums reached the masterful ears of music legend Quincy Jones, who
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touring Europe with Quincy Jones (1960-1961). He recorded with John Coltrane, participated in
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"Don't Explain," which has a beautiful, bluesy Ernie Wilkins chart conducted by Quincy Jones. Struggling
Happy Birthday to Randy Crawford, Born February 18, 1952
. She has sung with Bootsy Collins, Johnny Bristol, Quincy Jones, Al Jarreau, Rick Springfield
Happy Birthday to El DeBarge, Born June 4, 1961
.. In the meantime, DeBarge was featured on the Quincy Jones single "The Secret Garden", alongside , George Clinton, Faith Evans, Quincy Jones, Fourplay, and DJ Quik. DeBarge is a three-time Grammy
Remembering Michael Jackson Today on What Would Have Been His 59th Birthday (Born 8/29/58)
"Ease on Down the Road" -- he met producer Quincy Jones, a titan of jazz and pop in the '50s and once again with Quincy Jones -- kept him there, generating five number one singles on the Billboard up Thriller. Working once again with Quincy Jones, Jackson refined the Thriller template for 1987's preamble to Jackson's solo career. Off the Wall, the dazzling 1979 album co-produced by Quincy Jones, announced 1991 and then set to work on his next album, Dangerous. This time, he decided to part ways with Quincy
Happy Birthday to Tevin Campbell, Born November 12, 1976
was thinking about a comeback. In November 2010, he was featured on the remake of a song by Quincy impresario Quincy Jones performing lead vocals for "Tomorrow" on Jones' album Back on the Block and was introduced to the R&B world by Quincy Jones in August 1989. Campbell's debut single was Jones called "Secret Garden. The remake featured Usher, Robin Thicke, Tyrese Gibson, LL Cool J and
Happy Birthday to Bono, Born May 10, 1960
, and producer Quincy Jones. During the Jubilee 2000 campaign, Bono spoke before the United Nations and
Happy Birthday to Ali Shaheed Muhammad, Born August 11, 1970
industry, he took a job in 1996 as an A&R for Quincy Jones’ Qwest Records. While there, he scouted
Happy Birthday to George Benson, Born March 22, 1943
, culminating with the Quincy Jones-produced Give Me the Night. As the '80s wore on, though, Benson's albums
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coercing a collaboration with hitmaker Quincy Jones on its replacement, the mildly received Donna Summer
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