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Quincy Jones

In a musical career that has spanned seven decades, Quincy Jones has earned his reputation as a renaissance man of American music. Jones has distinguished himself as a bandleader, a solo artist, a sideman, a songwriter, a producer, an arranger, a film composer, and a record label executive, and outside of music, he's also written books, produced major motion pictures, and helped create television series. And a quick look at a few of the artists Jones has worked with suggests the remarkable diversity of his career -- Miles Davis, Frank Sinatra, Count Basie, Lesley Gore, Michael Jackson, Peggy Lee, Ray Charles, Paul Simon, and Aretha Franklin.

Jones was born in Chicago, Illinois, on March 14, 1933. When he was still a youngster, his family moved to Seattle, WA, 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. By the time he graduated from high school in 1950, Jones had displayed enough promise to win a scholarship to Boston-based music school Schillinger House (which later became known as the Berklee School of Music). After a year at Schillinger, Jones relocated to New York City, where he found work as an arranger, writing charts for Count Basie, Cannonball Adderley, Tommy Dorsey, and Dinah Washington, among others. In 1953, Jones scored his first big break as a performer; he was added to the brass section of Lionel Hampton's orchestra, where he found himself playing alongside jazz legends Art Farmer and Clifford Brown. Three years later, Dizzy Gillespie tapped Jones to play in his band, and later in 1956, when Gillespie was invited to put together a big band of outstanding international musicians, Diz chose Quincy to lead the ensemble. 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.

In 1957, Jones moved to Paris in order to study with Nadia Boulanger, an expatriate American composer with a stellar track record in educating composers and bandleaders. During his sojourn in France, Jones took a job with the French record label Barclay, where he produced and arranged sessions for Jacques Brel and Charles Aznavour, as well as traveling American artists, including Billy Eckstine and Sarah Vaughan. Jones' work for Barclay impressed the management at Mercury Records, a American label affiliated with the French imprint, and in 1961, he was named a vice president for Mercury, the first time an African-American had been hired as an upper-level executive by a major U.S. recording company. Jones scored one of his first major pop successes when he produced and arranged "It's My Party" for teenage vocalist Lesley Gore, which marked his first significant step away from jazz into the larger world of popular music. (Jones also freelanced for other labels on the side, including arranging a number of memorable Atlantic sides for Ray Charles.) In 1963, Jones began exploring what would become a fruitful medium for him when he composed his first film score for Sidney Lumet's controversial drama The Pawnbroker; he would go on to write music for 33 feature films, including In Cold Blood, In the Heat of the Night, Bob & Carol & Ted & Alice, and The Getaway. In 1964, Jones' work with Count Basie led him to arrange and conduct sessions for Frank Sinatra's album It Might as Well Be Swing, recorded in collaboration with Basie and his orchestra; he also worked with Sinatra and Basie again as an arranger for the award-winning Sinatra at the Sands set, and would produce and arrange one of Sinatra's last albums, L.A. Is My Lady, in 1984.

While Jones maintained a busy schedule as a composer, producer, and arranger through the 1960s, he also re-emerged as a recording artist in 1969 with the album Walking in Space, which found Jones recasting his big-band influences within the framework of the budding fusion movement and the influences of contemporary rock, pop, and R&B sounds. The album was a commercial and critical success, and kick started Jones' career as a recording artist. At the same time, he began working more closely with contemporary pop artists, producing sessions for Aretha Franklin and arranging strings for Paul Simon's There Goes Rhymin' Simon, and while Jones continued to work with jazz artists, many hard-and-fast jazz fans began to accuse Jones of turning his back on the genre, though Jones always contended his greatest allegiance was to African-American musical culture rather than any specific style. (Jones did, however, make one major jazz gesture in 1991, when he persuaded Miles Davis to revisit the classic Gil Evans arrangements from Miles Ahead, Sketches of Spain, and Porgy and Bess for that year's Montreux Jazz Festival; Jones coordinated the concert and led the orchestra, and it proved to be one of the last major events for the ailing Davis, who passed on a few months later.)

In 1974, Jones suffered a life-threatening brain aneurysm, and while he made a full recovery, he also made a decision to cut back on his schedule to spend more time with his family. While Jones may have had fewer projects on his plate in the late '70s and early '80s, they tended to be higher profile from this point on; he produced major chart hits for the Brothers Johnson and Rufus & Chaka Khan, and his own albums grew into all-star productions in which Jones orchestrated top players and singers in elaborate pop-R&B confections on sets like Body Heat, Sounds...And Stuff Like That!!, and The Dude. Jones' biggest mainstream success, however, came with his work with Michael Jackson; Jones produced his breakout solo album, Off the Wall, in 1979, and in 1982 they teamed up again for Thriller, which went on to become the biggest-selling album of all time. Jones was also on hand for Thriller's follow-up, 1987's Bad, and the celebrated USA for Africa session which produced the benefit single "We Are the World" (written by Jackson and Lionel Richie), and he produced a rare album in which Jackson narrated the story of the film E.T.: The Extra-Terrestrial.

Having risen to the heights of the recording industry, in 1985 Jones moved from scoring films to producing them; his first screen project was the screen adaptation of Alice Walker's novel The Color Purple, which was directed by Steven Spielberg and starred Whoopi Goldberg. In 1991 he moved into television production with the situation comedy The Fresh Prince of Bel Air, which gave Will Smith his first starring role. Jones' production company also launched several other successful shows, including In the House and Mad TV. He also produced a massive concert to help commemorate the 1993 inauguration of president Bill Clinton, and at the 1995 Academy Awards won the Jean Hersholt Humanitarian Award, a prize that doubtless found its place beside Quincy's 26 Grammy awards. In 1996 Jones performed at the Montreux Jazz Festival to celebrate his 50th anniversary in the music business. The concert was captured on video and released as a DVD by Eagle Rock. Jones spent the rest of the '90s and first decade of the new century concentrating on his music publishing business and being an "unofficial" cultural ambassador for the United States.

In 2004 he helped to launch the We Are the Future (WAF) project, benefiting children in conflict-inhibited situations all over the globe. The program is the result of a strategic partnership between the Glocal Forum, the Quincy Jones Listen Up Foundation, and Hani Masri, with the support of the World Bank, UN agencies, and corporations. Jones personally lobbied President Barack Obama to create a secretary of the arts position in his cabinet. He also spent considerable time in Brazil, and in 2009 announced his plans for a film about Carnival and some of the nation's musicians and producers. In 2010 Jones released Q: Soul Bossa Nostra through his Qwest imprint, his first album in 15 years. The set featured appearances by popular vocalists Amy Winehouse, Usher, Tyrese, Tevin Campbell, and LL Cool J, among others. Ludacris and Naturally 7 reprised Jones' 1962 hit "Soul Bossa Nova"; the album's lead single/video was a cover of "Strawberry Letter 23" with lead vocals from Akon. In 2013, he was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame as a recipient of the Ahmet Ertegun Award. ~ Mark Deming
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Selected Discography


Track List: $ (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)

1. Money Is (feat. Little Richard)

2. Snow Creatures

3. Rubber Ducky

4. Redeye Runnin' Train (feat. Doug Kershaw)

5. Shady Lady

6. Money Runner

7. When You're Smiling (The Whole World Smiles With You) (feat. Roberta Flack with The Don Elliott Voices) (End Title)

8. Do It - To It! (feat. Little Richard)

9. Candy Man

10. Passin' The Buck

11. Kitty With The Bent Frame

12. Brooks' 50c Tour (Main Title Collage) (feat. Little Richard and Roberta Flack)


Track List: The History Of Jazz Vol. 7

1. You Turned The Tables On Me

2. Whisper Not

3. Tuxedo Junction

4. Trouble On My Mind

5. Tickle Toe

6. The Midnight Sun Will Never Set

7. The Gypsy

8. The Birth Of A Band

9. Pleasingly Plump

11. Moonglow

12. Moanin'

13. A Change Of Pace

14. I Remember Clifford

15. Happy Faces

16. G'wan Train

17. Chinese Checkers

18. Along Came Betty

19. A Sunday Kind Of Love

20. Tone Poem


Track List: Quincy In Paris

4. La Valse Des Lilas

5. Les Amants Solitaires

6. A Cannes Cet Ete

10. Cœur D'artichaut

11. Mon P'tit Pote


Track List: Avenue Parisienne

1. Avenue Parisienne

2. Tone Poem

3. You Turned The Tables On Me

4. Chinese Checkers

6. Pleasingly Plump

9. Moonglow

10. G'wan Train

11. Trouble On My Mind

12. A Sunday Kind Of Love


Track List: Quincy Jones' Rarity Collection: Bossa Nova U.S.A. (Remastered)

1. Kings Road Blues

2. London Derriere

4. Be My Guest

5. The Oom Is Blues

6. No Bones At All

7. Bright Moon

8. Blues Day

9. Dancin' Pants

10. A Sunday Kind Of Love

11. Trouble On My Mind

12. The Midnight Sun Will Never Set

13. Love Is Here To Stay

14. Chinese Checkers

15. You Turned The Tables On Me

16. Tone Poem

17. Moonglow

19. Pleasingly Plump

20. Boo's Bloos

21. Evening In Paris

22. Stockholm Sweetnin'

23. Sermonette

24. A Sleepin' Bee

25. Walkin'


Track List: Q: Soul Bossa Nostra

1. Ironside

2. Strawberry Letter 23

3. Soul Bossa Nostra

4. Give Me The Night

5. Tomorrow

6. You Put A Move On My Heart

7. Get The Funk Out Of My Face

8. Secret Garden

9. Betcha Wouldn't Hurt Me

10. Everything Must Change

11. Many Rains Ago (Oluwa)

12. PYT (Pretty Young Thing)

13. It's My Party

14. Hikky-Burr

15. Sanford & Son


Track List: Soul Bossa Nostra (Radio Single)


Track List: Strawberry Letter 23 (Single)


Track List: The Birth Of The Band

1. Syncopated Clock

2. Choo Choo Ch Boogie

3. The Hucklebuck

4. The Midnight Sun Will Never Set

5. The Preacher

6. Marchin The Blues

7. Happy Faces

8. Daylie Double

9. Pleasingly Plump

10. A Parisian Thoroughfare

12. Blues In The Night

14. Moanin'


Track List: Watermelon Man

3. Take Five

4. Gravy Waltz

6. Watermelon Man

7. Cast Your Fate To The Wind

8. Exodus


Track List: Ultimate Collection: Quincy Jones

1. If I Ever Lose This Heaven (Feat. Minnie Riperton, Leon Ware & Al Jarreau)

2. Everything Must Change

3. Body Heat

4. Is It Love That We're Missin' (Feat. The Brothers Johnson)

5. Mellow Madness (Feat. Paulette McWilliams)

7. Ai No Corrida (Feat. Dune)

8. Razzamatazz

9. Just Once

10. Betcha Wouldn't Hurt Me

14. The Secret Garden (Sweet Seduction Suite) (Feat. Barry White, Al B. Sure!, James Ingram & El DeBarge)

17. I'm Yours (Feat. El DeBarge & Siedah Garrett)

18. Everything (Feat. Tevin Campbell)


Track List: 20th Century Masters: The Millennium Collection: Best Of Quincy Jones

1. Stuff Like That (Feat. Nickolas Ashford, Chaka Khan & Valerie Simpson)

2. One Hundred Ways (Feat. James Ingram)

3. Superstition

4. If I Ever Lose This Heaven

5. Is It Love That We're Missin' (Feat. The Brothers Johnson)

6. I'm Gonna Miss You In The Morning (Feat. Luther Vandross & Patti Austin)

7. Cast Your Fate To The Wind

8. Theme From "Sanford & Son" (The Streetbeater)

9. Just Once

10. Everything Must Change

11. Killer Joe


Track List: Talkin' Verve: Quincy Jones

1. Comin' Home Baby

2. Boogie Stop Shuffle

3. On The Street Where You Live

4. Soul Bossa Nova

5. Funny Farm (From "The Slender Thread")

6. The Hucklebuck

7. The "In" Crowd

8. Baby Elephant Walk

9. Satisfaction

10. A Hard Day's Night

11. What's New Pussycat?

12. Fever

13. Mohair Sam

14. Something About You

15. Hang On Sloopy

16. Rack 'Em Up (From “The Pawnbroker” Score)


Track List: Finest Hour

1. Stockholm Sweetnin

2. That Midnight Sun Will Never Set

3. Moanin'

4. G'won Train

5. Blues In The Night

6. Stormy Weather

7. Quintessence

8. Hard Sock Dance

9. For Lena And Lenny

10. Theme From The Pawnbroker

11. Soul Bossa Nova

12. Comin' Home Baby

13. Killer Joe

14. Velas

15. Stuff Like That


Track List: The Best Of Quincy Jones

1. Ai No Corrida (Feat. Dune)

2. Oh, Happy Day

3. Velas

4. Body Heat

5. Stuff Like That

6. Something Special

7. Turn On The Action

8. Love I Never Had It So Good

9. Betcha Wouldn't Hurt Me

10. The Dude

12. My Cherie Amour (Feat. Leon Ware, Minnie Riperton & Paulette McWilliams)

13. Smackwater Jack

14. Cry Baby (Feat. Melvin "Wah Wah Watson" Ragin)

15. There's A Train Leavin'

16. Cast Your Fate To The Wind


Track List: Greatest Hits

1. Killer Joe

2. Gula Matari

3. What's Goin' On

4. Sanford And Son Theme

5. You've Got It Bad Girl

6. Everything Must Change

7. Body Heat

8. If I Ever Lose This Heaven

9. Boogie Joe, The Grinder

10. Is It Love That We're Missing

11. Things Could Be Worse For Me

12. Many Rains Ago

13. Stuff Like That

14. I'm Gonna Miss You In The Morning

15. One Hundred Ways

16. Ai No Corrida

17. Betcha Wouldn't Hurt Me

18. Razzamatazz

19. Just Once


Track List: Q's Jook Joint

1. Jook Joint Intro

2. Let The Good Times Roll

3. Cool Joe, Mean Joe (Killer Joe)

4. You Put A Move On My Heart

5. Rock With You

6. Moody's Mood For Love

7. Stomp

8. Jook Joint Reprise

9. Do Nothin' Till You Hear From Me

10. Is It Love That We're Missin'

11. Heaven's Girl

12. Stuff Like That

13. Slow Jams

14. At The End Of The Day (Grace)

15. Jook Joint Outro


Track List: Back On The Block

1. Prologue (2 Q's Rap)

2. Back On The Block (feat. Ice T, Melle Mel, Big Daddy Kane & Kool Moe Dee)

3. I Don't Go For That (feat. Herbie Hancock & Siedah Garrett)

4. I'll Be Good To You (feat. Ray Charles & Chaka Khan)

5. The Verb To Be (feat. Mervyn Warren)

6. Wee B. Dooinit (feat. Ella Fitzgerald, Siedah Garrett, Al Jarreau, Bobby McFerrin, Take 6, Sarah Vaughan)

7. The Places You Find Love (feat. Herbie Hancock, Siedah Garrett & Chaka Khan)

8. Jazz Corner Of The World

9. Birdland (feat. Miles Davis, Dizzy Gillespie, Jame Moody & George Benson; Sarah Vaughn & Ella Fitzgerald, vocals)

10. Setembro (Brazilian Wedding Song)

11. One Man Woman (feat. Siedah Garrett)

12. Tomorrow (A Better You, Better Me) (feat. Gerald Albright & Tevin Campbell)

13. Prelude To The Garden

14. The Secret Garden (Sweet Seduction Suite) (feat. El DeBarge, James Ingram, Al B. Sure & Barry White)


Track List: The Color Purple (Original Soundtrack)

Disc 1
Disc 2

Track List: The Dude

1. Ai No Corrida

2. The Dude

3. Just Once

4. Betcha' Wouldn't Hurt Me

5. Something Special

6. Razzamatazz

7. One Hundred Ways

8. Velas

9. Turn On The Action


Track List: I Heard That!!

1. I Heard That !!

2. Things Could Be Worse For Me

3. What Good Is A Song

4. You Have To Do It Yourself

5. There's A Train Leavin'

6. Midnight Soul Patrol

7. Brown Soft Shoe

8. Superstition

9. Summer In The City

10. Is It Love That We're Missin' (feat. The Brothers Johnson)

11. Body Heat

12. If I Ever Lose This Heaven (feat. Minnie Riperton, Leon Ware & Al Jarreau)

13. Killer Joe

14. Gula Matari

15. Theme From "The Anderson Tapes"

16. Walking In Space


Track List: Mellow Madness

1. Is It Love That We're Missin' (Feat. The Brothers Johnson)

2. Paranoid (Feat. Leon Ware)

3. Mellow Madness (Feat. Paulette McWilliams)

4. Beautiful Black Girl (Feat. The Watts Prophets)

5. Listen (What It Is)

6. Just A Little Taste Of Me (Feat. George Johnson)

7. My Cherie Amour (Feat. Leon Ware, Minnie Riperton & Paulette McWilliams)

8. Tryin' To Find Out About You

9. Cry Baby (Feat. Melvin "Wah Wah Watson" Ragin)

10. Bluesette


Track List: Body Heat

1. Body Heat

2. Soul Saga

3. Everything Must Change

4. Boogie Joe, The Grinder

5. Reprise: Everything Must Change

6. One Track Mind

7. Just A man

8. Along Came Betty

9. If I Ever Lose This Heaven


Track List: Gula Matari

1. Bridge Over Troubled Water

2. Gula Matari

3. Walkin'

4. Hummin'


Track List: The Italian Job (Original Soundtrack)

1. On Days Like These (Feat. Matt Monro)

2. Something's Cookin'

3. Hello Mrs. Beckerman!

4. Britannia And Mr. Bridger - If You Please

5. Trouble For Charlie

6. On Days Like These (Feat. Peter King)

7. It's Caper Time (The Self Preservation Society)

8. Meanwhile, Back In The Mafia

9. Smell That Gold!

10. Greensleeves And All That Jazz

11. On Days Like These

12. Getta Bloomin' Move On! (The Self Preservation Society)


Track List: Walking In Space

1. Dead End

2. Walking In Space

3. Killer Joe

4. Love And Peace

5. I Never Told You

6. Oh, Happy Day


Track List: The Deadly Affair (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)

2. Dieter's First Mistake

4. Medley: Postcard Signed "S"/Mendel Tails Elsa/Tickets to "S"

6. Don't Fly If It's Foggy

7. Blondie-Tails

9. Ridiculous Scene

10. Body On Elevator

11. Bobb's At Gunpoint

12. End Title


Track List: Mirage (Original Motion Picture Score)

1. Mirage (Vocal Version)

2. Boobie Baby

3. Shoot To Kill

4. Dead Duck

5. Purple Prose

6. Main Title

7. Mirage (Instrumental Version)

8. Turtle's Last Lap

9. A Shot In The Park

10. Kinda Scary

11. End Title


Track List: Explores The Music Of Henry Mancini

1. Baby Elephant Walk

2. Charade

3. Dreamsville

4. Bird Brain

5. Days Of Wine And Roses

6. Mr. Lucky

7. The Pink Panther

8. (I Love You) And Don't You Forget It

9. Soldier In The Rain

10. Odd Ball

11. Moon River

12. Peter Gunn


Track List: Plays Hip Hits

1. Comin' Home Baby

2. Gravy Waltz

3. Desafinado

4. Exodus

5. Cast Your Fate To The Wind

6. A Taste Of Honey

7. Back At The Chicken Shack

8. Jive Samba

9. Take Five

10. Walk On The Wild Side

11. Watermelon Man

12. Bossa Nova U.S.A.


Track List: The Quintessence

1. The Quintessence

2. Robot Portrait

3. Little Karen

4. Straight No Chaser

5. For Lena & Lennie

6. Hard Sock Dance

7. Invitation

8. The Twitch


Track List: The Great Wide World Of Quincy Jones: Live!

1. Air Mail Special

2. Banja Luka

3. Bess You Is My Woman Now

4. In My Solitude

5. Stolen Moments

6. Moanin'


Track List: I Dig Dancers

1. Pleasingly Plump

2. G'wan Train

3. Moonglow

4. Tone Poem

5. You Turned The Tables On Me

6. Chinese Checkers

7. Love Is Here To Stay

8. The Midnight Sun Will Never Set

9. Trouble On My Mind

10. A Sunday Kind Of Love


Track List: The Great Wide World Of Quincy Jones

1. Lester Leaps In

2. Ghana

3. Caravan

4. Everybody's Blues

5. Cherokee (Indian Love Song)

6. Air Mail Special

7. They Say It's Wonderful

8. Chant Of The Weed

9. I Never Has Seen Snow

10. Eesom


Track List: This Is How I Feel About Jazz

1. Walkin'

2. A Sleepin' Bee

3. Sermonette

4. Stockholm Sweetnin'

5. Evening In Paris

6. Boo's Bloos


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I love this song and Quincy Jones forever❤����
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My all time favorite. ..❤��
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Mr. Quincy Jones- Q means Quality- C is for "Chicago and S is for the SOUTHSIDE! Home grown! One is the baddest songs he put together. Wow, whoa, bad meaning good. Thanks.
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RIP MY Love HWR 1934-2010 We loved each other for 46 years
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Tamia and Babyface sound good together!
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You Put a Move.... Who is the singer?
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Quincy is the man
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Great song
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Yassssssssss s s s s s s s s s s s
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I meant Q's jook joint! Still love Secret Garden also!
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I love Q's hook joint! Tamia you put a move on my heart and Brian McKnight and Rachelle Ferrell Moody's mood for love! Love this album!
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JUST ONCE ...... Lol not even that could you do best ....
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Love this song... it's so sensual
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Q has NO comparison
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Q is a bad man......... .
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Love Ingrams voice / Miss MJ
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Quincy Jones - The Secret Garden - a cut forever!
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Trevalinder - That is Tamia who is singing; Q discovered her....
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James Ingram is singing NOT Jones
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JUST ONCE ... I did my best but my best wasn't good enough ...
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You can't have a conversation about how music evolved without mentioning Quincy's name. He has way beyond talent!
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we will get doing what we keep doing wrong just do what we want to do instead of talking about it my Mike your mimi
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You put a move on my heart.... Who's is the Artist?
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Great!!!!! This is what music really is Uncle Red
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Singer is James Ingram why NO credit given to him ??? BS
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Damn I love this song thank u Quincy
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Brings back memories
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benjaminmart i n e z 0 6
That is not Quincy singing. That is James Ingram WTF????????? ? ?
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Simply...The Best!!!
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you will never be a stranger to me you will be my best friend and my lover forever we will always make it sweetheart my love Mike your mimi
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find one hundred ways
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hendersonsam i u l l a h 7 2
70 years in the business. Wow! Now, that is a true career!
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For a guy that has never had a driver's license, Q got around the world! But it took watching Ray for me to realize just how versatile and successful he is. Even with producing MJ, Q was the one that had the line added Rap is here to stay.. In the 1980's that was unheard of. I believe his roots to produce African American music/cultur e will never be fully appreciated in any lifetime.
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One of the best songs ever-especia l l y with smooth a** Mr. Bigg aka Ron Isley
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I hate listening to this kind of s h I t my old as client with old-timers likes jazz so i play this bs to clam him down.
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Classic jam by The Q, this still is and will always be the jam
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Quincy new this was gonna be a hit before it was even released. You can'y go wrong with El Debarge, James Ingram, Al B Sure and Barry White, the song is smooth and sexy just like the 80's and early 90's...
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Just Once ...... This jam makes you think so much but puts your mind to think better before it's to late but things happen for a reason to we will never understand why but god knows why so make life better not looking back and wondering why move on life to short
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I love this song. I found it by accident a couple of years ago. I always turn it up loud. ♡♡♡
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Now this is music.. Real L O V E music.. And baby making to.. :)
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I love this song and everybody it singing it
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James Ingram is singing - it came out on Quincy's album. BUT it is James Ingram. Pandora please give the dude his props.
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How gifted can one person be! God Bless you for sharing your passion with us for so many years! Thank you...thank you...thank you! ❤️
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The Greatest Composer ever lived. Thank you, for your Love & Dedication to the Music Industry.
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Say I phone five times
Post on five different songs
Look under your pillow
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The Best
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Im so waiting on such a man to c*m in my life like him...
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