This latest Quincy Jones Opus, Q: Soul Bossa Nostra, has missed a few notes and pales miserably when compared to previous projects of the iconic composer and arranger.
An informative overview of the legendary music producer's career, as told by the man himself.
Not worth traveling down the yellow brick road for.
What if it were possible to trace your genetic lineage back a thousand years? Would you?
An album that will appeal to both classical listeners and jazz enthusiasts.
A hip-hop symphony by Adam Theis, Live from "The Palace of Fine Arts" in San Francisco. Why would a fifty-seven year old man like hip hop?
Ray Charles and all that jazz!
It's My Party and I'll cry if I want to!
Put on some headphones to fully appreciate Quincy Jones's considerable producing and arranging skills.
The life of Ray Chew parallels that of characters depicted in Horatio Alger's famous "rags to riches" stories.