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When an artist of the stature of Quincy Jones celebrates his 75th birthday you can be sure its going to be quite a party
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com/images/albums/6/558006/crop 80x80 558006. PLAY ALL. 50 Years In Music: Quincy Jones & Friends (Live At Montreux Jazz Festival, Switzerland/1996). Released by Universal Music Group Jul 2012 20 Tracks. 50 Years In Music: Quincy Jones & Friends (Live At Montreux Jazz Festival, Switzerland/1996) Album has 20 songs sung by Quincy Jones, Gerald Albright, Mick Hucknall.
Quincy Jones, or "Q" to those who acknowledge his ubiquity as a phenomenon, is the second type. The history of 20th century black music in the United States couldn’t separate itself from Q if it tried. And why would it? The multiple award-winning impresario, conductor, record producer, musical arranger, and trumpeter remains the most charming spokesman for black American music worldwide. And the Montreux Jazz Festival has been embracing black music broadly for many years, featuring greats such as Miles Davis, Dizzie Gillespie, Jimmy Cliff, James Brown and Chaka Khan and more recently Madlib and the late great J Dilla. So the fact that the Montreux Jazz Festival in Switzerland would celebrate its own 30th anniversary as a musical institution with a celebration of Jones’ 50 years in the music industry, as captured in this DVD, makes sense.
Disneyland Resort Official Album. 50 Years In Music: Quincy Jones & Friends. 2008 Live At Montreux Jazz Festival, Switzerland/1996. 2006 Live In Europe 2004. A Tribute To Curtis Mayfield.
Miles & Quincy: Live at Montreux is a collaborative live album by American jazz trumpeter Miles Davis and conductor Quincy Jones. It was recorded at the 1991 Montreux Jazz Festival and released by Warner Bros. For the first time in three decades, Davis returned to the songs arranged by Gil Evans from his past albums, including Miles Ahead (1957), Porgy and Bess (1959), and Sketches of Spain (1960).
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To celebrate his illustrious 50-year career, legendary music man Quincy Jones calls on some of the biggest names in the business - including Chaka Khan and Phil Collins - to join him onstage for this memorable 1996 concert. Selections include "Stockholm Sweetnin'" with David Sanborn; "In the Heat of the Night" with Mick Hucknall; "After You've Gone" with Collins; and "Everything Must Change" featuring Hucknall and Khan. Crew 0. There are no crew records added to Quincy Jones: 50 Years in Music - Live at Montreux. You need to be logged in to continue.
Guest, Saxophone – Gerald AlbrightGuest, Trombone – James MorrisonWritten-By – Quincy Jones
Guest, Saxophone – David SanbornWritten-By – Quincy Jones
Guest, Flugelhorn – James MorrisonGuest, Vocals – Patti AustinWritten-By – Ervin M. Drake*, Harry Lenk, Juan Tizol
|4||The Midnight Sun Will Never Set
Guest, Saxophone – David SanbornWritten-By – Dorcas Cochran, Henry Salvador*, Quincy Jones
Guest, Trombone – James MorrisonWritten-By – Jon Hendricks, Lester Young
Guest, Flugelhorn – James MorrisonWritten-By – Robert Henry Timmons*, Jon Hendricks
Guest, Vocals – Patti AustinWritten-By – Ella Fitzgerald, Frank Foster
|8||Air Mail Special
Guest, Saxophone – David Sanborn, Gerald AlbrightGuest, Trombone – James MorrisonWritten-By – Al Cohn, Benny Goodman, Charles B. Christian*, Jim Mundy*
|9||In The Heat Of The Night
Guest, Saxophone – Gerald AlbrightGuest, Vocals – Mick HucknallWritten-By – Alan & Marilyn Bergman, Quincy Jones
|10||Everything Must Change
Guest, Trombone – James MorrisonGuest, Vocals – Chaka Khan, Mick HucknallWritten-By – Bernard Ighner
Guest, Harmonica – Toots ThielemansWritten-By – Jeremy Michael Lubbock*, Quincy Jones
|12||Walking In Space
Guest, Flugelhorn – James MorrisonGuest, Saxophone – David Sanborn, Gerald AlbrightGuest, Vocals – Patti AustinWritten-By – Galt MacDermot, Gerome Ragni, James Rado
|13||After You've Gone
Guest, Vocals – Phil CollinsWritten-By – Henry Creamer, Turner Layton
|14||Miss Celie's Blues
Guest, Harmonica – Brody BusterGuest, Vocals – Chaka KhanWritten-By – Lionel B. Richier Jr.*, Quincy Jones, Rodney Llyn Temperton*
Guest, Vocals – Patti AustinWritten-By – Chaka Khan, J. Mayo Williams, Rufus Perryman
|16||Setembro (Brizilian Wedding Song)
Guest, Harmonica – Toots ThielemansGuest, Saxophone – Gerald AlbrightGuest, Vocals – Patti AustinWritten-By – Gilson Peranzzetta, Ivan Guimares Lins*
Guest, Saxophone – Gerald AlbrightGuest, Vocals – Mick HucknallWritten-By – Earl K. Brent, Matt Dennis
|18||Do Nothin' Till You Hear From Me
Guest, Saxophone – Gerald AlbrightGuest, Vocals – Phil CollinsWritten-By – Bob Russell, Edward Kennedy Ellington*
Guest, Harmonica – Toots ThielemansWritten-By – Raymond Charles Brown*
|20||Let The Good Times Roll
Guest, Harmonica – Brody Buster, Claude NobsGuest, Saxophone – Gerald AlbrightGuest, Vocals – Chaka Khan, Mick Hucknall, Phil CollinsWritten-By – Fleecy Moore*, Sam Theard
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