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Who Is Quincy Jones?
The new documentary 'Quincy' examines the many musical accomplishments of Quincy Jones. Those are the words President Obama uses to describe the writer-producer-arranger-composer Quincy Jones near the end of the new documentary Quincy. Jones is one of the great musical figures of the 20th century, a restless polymath who worked across jazz, the blues, pop, funk and rap. His work always balanced musical complexity and mass appeal, and he had a special gift for recording great singers, including several of the best in history — Frank Sinatra , Dinah Washington, Ella Fitzgerald and Michael Jackson.
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Jones was born in Chicago and reared in Bremerton , Washington, where he studied the trumpet and worked locally with the then-unknown pianist-singer Ray Charles. In the early s Jones studied briefly at the prestigious Schillinger House now Berklee College of Music in Boston before touring with Lionel Hampton as a trumpeter and arranger. In he was named a vice president at Mercury, thereby becoming one of the first African Americans to hold a top executive position at a major American record label. In the s Jones recorded occasional jazz dates, arranged albums for many singers including Frank Sinatra , Peggy Lee , and Billy Eckstine , and composed music for several films, including The Pawnbroker , In the Heat of the Night , and In Cold Blood
But in person, the year-old music-industry macher is far spikier and more complicated. Currently in the midst of an extended victory lap ahead of his turning 85 in March — a Netflix documentary and a CBS special hosted by Oprah Winfrey are on the horizon — Jones, dressed in a loose sweater, dark slacks, and a jaunty scarf, talks like he has nothing to lose. He name-drops, he scolds, he praises, and he tells and retells stories about his very famous friends.