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Q on producing

Author: Quincy Jones; Bill Gibson
Publisher: Milwaukee, WI : Hal Leonard Books, 2010.
Edition/Format:   Book : Biography   Visual material : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Suitable for aspiring producers and artists everywhere, this title presents the master's approach to making music. It offers advice on subjects such as songwriting, scoring, and the modern music  Read more...

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Genre/Form: Interviews
Named Person: Quincy Jones
Material Type: Biography, Videorecording
Document Type: Book, Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: Quincy Jones; Bill Gibson
ISBN: 9781423459767 1423459768
OCLC Number: 635876591
Description: xvii, 302 p. : ill. (some col.) ; 29 cm. + 1 videodisc (DVD : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in.)
Contents: Chapter 1: The man. Q touches the piano and music touches Q ; Respect all genres ; Music was my mother ; Wise old road warriors ; Fascination with science ; The driving force ; Go to know ; Money and passion are not enough ; Words to live by ; --
Chapter 2: Soul and science. What Is music? ; The Word of God ; Core skill ; Life force music versus classical music ; African influence ; The psychology of music and sound ; Listen to God's whispers ; Writing music --
Chapter 3: Evolution of Q: The modern producer. Early lessons ; Life through the Big-Band prism ; Basie and the pocket ; Nadia Boulanger ; Breaking barriers with Duke ; On Q --
Phil Ramone ; The price paid for modern musicians ; Knowledge by fire ; On Q --
Phil Woods ; The hit record challenge ; On Q --
Phil Ramone ; The birth of the producer --
Chapter 4: Tools for success. Preparation and luck ; Core skills of a musician ; Core skills of a producer ; Success and integrity ; Charcoal, watercolors, and oil ; Production style ; Music and architecture ; Dynamics and cooking ; Greatness ; Album sequencing ; Leave room for the vocals ; Creativity and alpha brain waves ; It's not a block --
it's a process ; Business ; Advice --
Chapter 5: The engineers. Phil Ramone ; On Q --
Phil Ramone ; Bruce Swedien ; On Q --
Bruce Swedien ; On Q --
Bernie Grundman ; On Q --
Francis Buckley ; On Q --
Peter Chaikin ; On Q --
Ed Cherney --
Chapter 6: Michael Jackson. The Wiz ; Off the Wall ; The Killer Q Posse ; Rod Temperton ; On Q --
Rod Temperton ; The perfect balance ; Production ; Ambiance ; Thriller ; Songs ; Creating drama ; Diligence ; Even If It's a distraction, do it right ; Too much music for vinyl ; MTV ; Bad ; Songs ; Prince ; Sales ; Rap Is dead --
Chapter 7: The producer and the artists. James Ingram ; On Q --
James Ingram ; OD3 (Snoopy) ; On Q --
QD3 ; Patti Austin ; On Q --
Patti Austin ; Louis and George Johnson ; Siedah Garrett ; On Q --
Siedah Garrett ; LL Cool J ; On Q --
LL Cool J ; Frank Sinatra and Lena Horne: the one that got away --
Chapter 8: The band. Greg Phillinganes ; On Q --
Greg Phillinganes ; John Robinson. ; On Q --
John Robinson ; Ndugu Chancler ; On Q --
Ndugu Chancler ; Louis Johnson ; On Q --
Louis Johnson ; Nathan East ; On Q --
Nathan East ; Neil Stubenhaus ; On Q --
Neil Stubenhaus ; Paul Jackson, Jr. ; On Q --
Paul Jackson, Jr. ; Jerry Hey ; JoAnn Tominaga ; On Q --
JoAnn Tominaga --
Chapter 9: The power of mentoring: Quincy's musical family tree. Discovering talent ; All about the Benjamins ; Alfredo ; On Q --
Alfredo ; High standards ; Producing young talent ; Loyalty --
Chapter 10: Song and album discussions. "Soul bossa nova" from Big Band Bossa Nova ; On Q --
Phil Ramone ; "Baby Cakes" from Quincy's got a brand new bag, featuring Ray Charles on B-3 (1963) ; Frank Sinatra: Sinatra at the Sands with Count Basie and the Orchestra ; On Q --
Phil Ramone ; L.A. is my lady ; On Q --
Phil Ramone ; Walking in Space ; Smackwater Jack ; Sounds ... and stuff like that!! ; The Brothers Johnson ; "Stomp!" from Q's Juke Joint ; The Dude ; Body heat ; "Ai no corrida" ; Back on the block --
Chapter 11: In the studio with Q. Alfredo session at Capitol Records --
Afterword: Quincy's body of work and extended musical family --
Appendix: I. Discography ; II. Awards and Honors.
Responsibility: Quincy Jones with Bill Gibson.

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