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Куинси Джонс / Quincy Jones

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#21  Сообщение MagicalLove » 30 сен 2014, 18:29

Quincy Jones Inducted Into The MOBO Hall Of Fame / Квинси Джонс введен в аллею славы МОБО


Written by Dionne Grant

QUINCY JONES was inducted into the Music Of Black Origin (MOBO) Hall of Fame yesterday evening (Sept 28).

The legendary musician and producer, 81, whose production credits include Michael Jackson’s Off The Wall and Thriller albums and George Benson’s Give Me The Night, was surprised by MOBO founder Kanya King MBE during a live Q&A session at London’s Royal College of Music.

“I’ve been invited here as a surprise this evening to induct the music giant himself into the MOBO Hall of Fame,” King said as she emerged from backstage holding the plaque.

“Now the aim of the MOBO Hall of Fame is to honour the icons of the music world, share their stories, preserve their history, promote their values and celebrate their excellence,” she said.

The MOBO Hall of Fame will officially open next year to coincide with the 20th anniversary of the annual ceremony.

“Now Mr Jones, we will unveil your story and promote your works so that every kid in every bedroom will continue to be reminded of your phenomenal accomplishments and for this we salute you,” she promised.

“Thank you Kanya. It’s beautiful, absolutely beautiful,” an overwhelmed Jones said as he accepted plaque. “I’m really pleased to be here tonight with all this attention and all this lovely praise.”

This latest honour comes just a year after Jones was inducted into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame and was named by Time Magazine as one of the most influential jazz musicians of the 20th century.

Among his many accolades, in 1968, Jones and his songwriting partner Bob Russell became the first African Americans to be nominated for an Academy Award for Best Original Song for The Eyes of Love from film Banning. And three years later, he became the first African American to be named as the musical director and conductor of the Academy Awards ceremony.

During yesterday’s three-hour event, guests were treated to live music from the legendary AllStars Collective musicians while names including Beverley Knight, Mica Paris and Jocelyn Brown serenaded the crowd with hits from the famous Jazz and Motown era, before BBC Radio presenter Paul Gambaccinni took hold of the reigns introducing the man of the moment.

“Not only has he won Grammy awards as a producer, he as won them as an arranger, as an artist and as a talker. He won the Best Spoken Word Grammy, you can’t stop him! He produced the first song played on the moon. In 1969, Buzz Aldrin played Fly Me To The Moon by Frank Sinatra, produced by this gentleman,” Gambaccinni said.

For two hours Jones sat on stage with Gambaccinni and spoke in great depth and candidness about his illustrious career, which has spanned over 60 years and earned the star a record 79 Grammy Award nominations, 27 Grammys, including a Grammy Legend Award in 1991.

“When we made music, we felt the music,” Jones said before touching on the rise of producers sampling music from yesteryear.

“It’s important you know how to read music,” the accomplished multi-instrumentalist said. “How else can you make music? Everyone is sampling music. [In the future] what will you sample from a sample?”

Offering advice on navigating the music industry, Jones, who revealed as a young man he was mentored by Ray Charles added: “A problem is something that causes you stress, whereas a puzzle is just something to be figured out.”

Also joining Jones on stage was legendary songwriter Rod Temperton, who has collaborated with the producer on many occasions, probably most famously on Michael Jackson’s Off the Wall and Thriller albums, still two of the biggest selling albums of all time.

Read More: http://www.voice-online.co.uk/article/q ... -hall-fame
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#22  Сообщение Admin » 19 окт 2014, 20:18

Quincy Jones on Michael Jackson and his love of France
Куинси Джонс говорит о Майкле Джексоне и о своей любви к Франции


Producer and composer Quincy Jones is the legend of legends. He has 27 Grammy awards, which is more than anyone alive. As a child, he ran with gangsters; as a man, he recorded the most successful album ever, Thriller.

Internationally renowned, he has been made a knight of arts and letters by France. Eve Jackson talks to the kingmaker of pop about his love for France, working with Michael Jackson, Frank Sinatra and Ray Charles and where he learnt cockney rhyming slang.




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#23  Сообщение Admin » 25 фев 2016, 23:35

Judge Rules Quincy Jones Suit Over Michael Jackson Songs Can Go To Trial
Судья постановил, что предъявленный Куинси Джонсом иск по поводу песен Майкла Джексона будет направлен в суд


LOS ANGELES (AP) — A judge ruled Thursday that a lawsuit filed by producer Quincy Jones against Michael Jackson’s estate and record company over royalties on some of the singer’s biggest hits can go to trial.

Superior Court Judge Michael Stern said a jury should decide the numerous factual disputes about whether the hit-making producer is owed any money.

Jones sued the estate and Sony Music Entertainment in 2013, seeking at least $10 million.

He contends the defendants re-edited songs for the “This Is It” film and a pair of Cirque du Soleil shows to deprive him of royalties and production fees.

Jones is also seeking a credit on the film that was done by using Jackson’s final rehearsals for a planned series of comeback concerts in London.

The producer worked with Jackson on three of his most popular solo albums, “Off the Wall,” ”Thriller” and “Bad.”

Jackson’s estate and Sony Music have denied wrongdoing and sought dismissal of the case.

The popularity of Jackson’s music soared after his death in 2009.

Jackson’s hits “Billie Jean,” ”Thriller” and “Don’t Stop ‘Til You Get Enough” are among the songs Jones claims were re-edited to deprive him of royalties and a producer’s fee.

The lawsuit states his contracts call for him to have the first opportunity to re-edit or alter the songs, in part to protect his reputation.

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#24  Сообщение Admin » 19 янв 2017, 19:04

Quincy Jones' Royalties Dispute With Michael Jackson Estate Inches Toward Trial
Споры Куинси Джонса и Эстейта Майкла Джексона по поводу отчислений медленно движутся к суду


Quincy Jones' breach of contract claims involving posthumous Michael Jackson releases will proceed to trial next month, after a judge on Wednesday denied a motion for summary judgment.
The fight began in 2013 when Jones sued Sony Entertainment and MJJ Productions, a song company controlled by the King of Pop's estate, claiming master recordings he produced were wrongfully edited and remixed to deprive him of backend profit participation. The works at issue including the This Is It film and soundtrack album and the 25th anniversary edition of Bad.
Zia Modabber, attorney for MJJ, argued that Jones is trying to pass off breach of contract damages claims as separate causes of action.
In a Wednesday morning hearing, Los Angeles Superior Court Judge Michael L. Stern said the case isn't as clear cut as Modabber would like. He says issues concerning the contracts between Jones and MJJ require the examination of extrinsic evidence before they can be resolved. Stern has questions specifically in regard to whether the parties' deal precludes Jones from being paid more favorably than Jackson himself, whether revenue from digital downloads should be treated as those of licenses or sales, and whether Jones is entitled to royalties from broadcast public performances and SoundExchange revenue.
The judge said he's been hearing the same arguments from the beginning of the case and still believes the issues are ripe for trial. "I hate to sound trite, but it really is déjà vu all over again," he said Stern. (Stern denied a previous summary judgment motion last February.)
Trial is currently set for Feb. 21.
Jones is represented by Robert Allen and J. Michael Hennigan of McKool Smith. MJJ is also represented by Howard Weitzman and Jonathan Steinsapir of Kinsella Weitzman and Tami Sims and Leah Solomon of Katten Muchin Rosenman. Sony is represented by Mitchell Kamin and Jonathan Sperling of Covington & Burling.

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