Quincy Jones

Real Name:Quincy Delight Jones, Jr.

American record producer, conductor, arranger, film score composer, television producer, and trumpeter.

Born 14 March 1933 in Chicago, Illinois, USA. First known recordings are as a trumpeter and arranger on two MGM Lionel Hampton 78s from May 1951.

One of the most respected and prolific music producers of his time, Jones is known for both his own releases, along with the many he has produced across genres (jazz/soul/funk/pop/and more) for some of the biggest and most varied range of recording artists, including Michael Jackson, Dinah Washington, Roland Kirk, Sarah Vaughan, Rufus & Chaka Khan, George Benson, the Brothers Johnson and Donna Summer.

He is probably best known for producing the Michael Jackson album "Off The Wall" (1979), widely regarded as a classic, along with the later huge selling follow-ups "Thriller" (1982) and "Bad" (1987).

Father of actresses Rashida Jones and Kidada Jones (with actress Peggy Lipton), producer/actor Quincy Jones III (with actress Ulla Andersson). , , Facebook , , Imdb , MySpace , , X , Who Sampled , Wikipedia , YouTube , YouTube
Aliases:Freddie K.
In Groups:All Star Choir, Artists For Haiti, Clifford Brown Big Band, Dizzy Gillespie And His Orchestra, Lionel Hampton And His Orchestra, Quincy Jones & Band, Quincy Jones And Friends, Quincy Jones And His Orchestra, Quincy Jones And His Swedish Band, Quincy Jones And His Swedish-American All Stars, Quincy Jones And West Coast All-Stars, Quincy Jones' All Star Big Band, The Art Farmer Septet, The Jones Boys, The Quincy Jones - Sammy Nestico Orchestra, The Quincy Jones Big Band
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