The Jazz Show Episode March 14, 2011

Broadcast on 14-Mar-2011

9:00pm - 12:00am

Quincy Delightt Jones needs no introduction to anyone even remotely interested in music. Whether you taste is Jazz,pop, or whatever...Quincy Jones has influenced to way we listen to music. Quincy Jones in the mid-50's had established himself in New York as an instrumentalist, arranger, contractor, composer and a musical influence all before his 25th birthday! Today he is 78 as he was born in Chicago on March 14, 1933. Tonight's Jazz feature is called simply "This Is How I Feel About Jazz" and it is a big band album with members assembled from the Jazz elite. Art Farmer, Zoot Sims, Hank Jones, Milt Jackson, Herbie Mann, Charles Mingus are just a few of the names that perform on this album. It was the first full scale recording under Quincy's name and it is a classic. Happy Birthday Mr. long!

Track Listing:

Off The Wall
Art Blakey · The Jazz Messengers
Theory of Art
Couldn't It Be You?
Bye Bye Country Boy
Amy Cervini · Lovefool
The More I Go Out
Roy Haynes · People
Softly As In A Morning
Roy Haynes · Cracklin'
Under Paris Skies
Castillian Drums
Dave Brubeck · At Carnegie Hall
Boss Bossa
Cory Weeds · The Many Deeds of
Quincy Jones · This Is How I Feel About
Stockholm Sweetnin'
Evening in Paris
A Sleepin' Bee
Boo's Blues.