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7/30/2020 – From the Archives: The Great Wide World of Quincy Jones

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FROM THE ARCHIVES

The Great Wide World of Quincy Jones
Originally performed live on October 13, 2018

Music Director: Charlton Singleton
Guest Vocalist: Quiana Parler

Jazz has the power to make men forget their differences…”
Quincy Jones

Ray Charles, Frank Sinatra, Patti Austin, Sarah Vaughn, and Michael Jackson are just some of the recording artists mega-producer and arranger Quincy Jones has created music with in his illustrious 60+ year career. Known to many simply as ‘Q’, he has received 28 Grammy Awards, including the Grammy Legend Award, and has been a major force in almost every style of music and entertainment!

Maestro Singleton has gone on record many times stating Quincy Jones is probably the most important musician of our time. His mastery of musical styles range from jazz and R&B, Brazilian and pop, and everything in between. On October 13, 2018, your CJO, featuring guest vocalist Quiana Parler, dove into Quincy Jones’s repertoire and performed some of his most notable compositions and arrangements.

 

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SETLIST

Happy Faces – Sonny Stitt, Arranged by Quincy Jones  
Hard Sock Dance – Jones/Nestico, Arranged by Quincy Jones
Robot Portrait – Billy Byers, Arranged by Quincy Jones
The Quintessence – Jones/Bailey, Arranged by Sammy Nestico
Whisper Not – Benny Golson, Arranged by Al Cohn
Everything Must Change – Bernard Ighner, Arranged by Charlton Singleton
It’s My Party – Lesley Gore, Arranged by Frank Duvall
Goin’ To Chicago – Jimmy Rushing, Arranged by Mark Sterbank
Satin Doll – Ellington/Strayhorn, Arranged by Quincy Jones
Honeysuckle Rose – Fats Waller, Transcribed by David Heywood
Makin’ Whoopee – Walter Donaldson, Arranged by Quincy Jones
Human Nature – Bettis/Porcaro, Arranged by Mike Tomaro
I Can’t Stop Loving You – Don Gibson, Arranged by Quincy Jones

 

-Encore-
You Make Me Feel So Young – Josef Myrow, Arranged by Quincy Jones