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Q on producing
Jones, Quincy, 1933---Interviews.
Sound recording executives and producers--Interviews.
Popular music--Production and direction.
Illustrative Content
LCC: ML419.J7 A5 2010 (Source: dlc)
DDC: 781.64092 full (Assigner: dlc)
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Lccn: 2010032871
Table Of 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.
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Jones, Quincy, 1933- Q on producing
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Gibson, Bill (William A.) Q on producing