Roshun Austin and Quincy Jones of the Works Inc., are working to rebuild, restore and renew families and where they live by focusing on housing, economic development and social services. With the recent merger with Neighborhood Preservation Inc., the Works has strengthened an already strong partnership and is now capable of doing more to advocate for the needs of residents, and ambitious plans are underway to renovate and reopen Northside High School.
You might recognize a few numbers from this 1981 R&B release by producer and arranger Quincy Jones. Co-host Peter leads the way through the hits and players on this enormous commercial success that can be found used at just about any record store without breaking the bank. If you like us, please support us at patreon.com/idbuythatpodcast to get exclusive content (episodes on 45s!), or tell a friend about us. Broke and have no friends? Leave us a review, it helps more people find us. Thanks!
Our second iteration of our podcast on The Story of Quincy Jones delves into a fruitful, transitional and creative period in Jones’ career, in which both his sound and the landscape of Black music at large were transforming and evolving deeply. This episode will cover the story of 1969’s Walking in Space and 1974’s heavily sampled Body Heat, both serving as an entryway into exploring Quincy’s A&M Years and the journey and shifts that led to his first near-platinum album. Credits: Alyssa Lein Smith: Co-host, Co-producer Sonari Glinton: Co-host Justin Richmond: Contributing Expert Paroma Chakravarty: Editor, Audio Engineer Amileah Sutliff: Executive Producer Brought to you by Vinyl Me, Please in conjunction with Quincy Jones Productions
Description: Next up, our journey through Quincy’s catalog gets cinematic as our team of experts tells the story of his most iconic film soundtrack and the statue that inspired an album. This episode will cover the story of the score to 1978’s The Wiz and 1981’s The Dude, discussing Quincy’s first time meeting Michael Jackson, his lasting impact on entertainment, his substantial prominence, success and output during this period and much more. Credits: Alyssa Lein Smith: Co-host, Co-producer Sonari Glinton: Co-host Justin Richmond: Contributing Expert Paroma Chakravarty: Editor, Audio Engineer Amileah Sutliff: Executive Producer Brought to you by Vinyl Me, Please in conjunction with Quincy Jones Productions
Quincy Jones Episode 4: Tomorrow (A Better You, Better Me)
Description: On the fourth and final episode of our podcast on The Story of Quincy Jones, the crew breaks down how Quincy generated a boundary-pushing conversation between old and the new, and how he famously convinced Miles Davis to revisit his old music. It covers the story of 1989’s star-studded, style-fusing Back on the Block and 1993’s beloved Miles and Quincy Live At Montreux. Credits: Alyssa Lein Smith: Co-host, Co-producer Sonari Glinton: Co-host Justin Richmond: Contributing Expert Paroma Chakravarty: Editor, Audio Engineer Amileah Sutliff: Executive Producer Brought to you by Vinyl Me, Please in conjunction with Quincy Jones Productions
Play That Funky Music: Groove 8 On Being Broken Up By Prince, Reunited By Quincy Jones And Calling Charlotte Home
Charlotte has a rich history of funk music. Back in 1965, the "Grandmaster of Funk" himself Mr. James Brown recorded his single “Papa’s Got a Brand New Bag” right here in the Queen City. As one of Charlotte’s longest-running jazz-funk collectives, Groove 8 has its own Charlotte soul story to share.
The Quincy Jones of 5th Dimensional Thought: Interview with Greg's Coach & Mind Mechanic Spencer Burnett
Open Loops with Greg Bornstein: Conversations That Bend
If you enjoy this podcast, please leave a review. Even a sentence can help. Please go to ratethispodcast.com/openloopsSpencer Burnett is a high-performance mind mechanic who specializes in helping entrepreneurs rewire their mindset. He helps them align their actions to support their goals and vision through mindset strategy, organization and spiritual enlightenment. He has been an entrepreneur and coach for the past 21 years across multiple industries.He's the Quincy Jones of the Open Loops podcast. He pushed Greg into starting this show, Greg worked closely with him in his Level Up coaching program, and now he comes on in a tell-all interview to break down the methods behind his madness. We also learn his views on multi-dimensionality, the real story on Jesus Christ (can we all become Messiahs?), and why the best life coach Spencer has ever had is a five-year-old girl. If you want to understand what it takes to go from concept in mind to fully executed concept (ie. the step-by-step of the Laws of Attraction), Spencer is your guy. And you're your own Messiah.Mind-blowing moment after mind-blowing moment. Get ready. LINKS: Get Spencer's free action planning training here:https://spencerburnett.com/actionplanningJoin Spencer's free Facebook group here:http://sb.2.vu/JoinFbgroupFollow Spencer on Instagram here:https://instagram.com/spencerburnett
OneOf - The green NFT music platform backed by Quincy Jones
The Crypto Conversation
Lin Dai is the CEO and co-founder of OneOf, a green NFT platform for music NFTs, built on Tezos, with backing by Quincy Jones. Why you should listen: OneOf was co-founded by tech entrepreneur Lin Dai, digital media executive Joshua James, and music industry veteran Adam Fell, in partnership with Quincy Jones. Launching in June, the platform will feature exclusive NFT drops from top music artists such as Whitney Houston, Doja Cat, H.E.R., Quincy Jones, John Legend, and TLC. Key Takeaway: Non-fungible token (NFT) platform OneOf raised $63 million in a seed round from prominent tech and music industry veterans. Its mission is to become a more environmentally sustainable marketplace for artists and fans. OneOf is built on the Tezos blockchain. Minting an NFT on OneOf uses an order of magnitude less energy than platforms on the Ethereum Network. Supporting links: OneOf Andy on Twitter Brave New Coin on Twitter Brave New Coin If you enjoyed the show please subscribe to the Crypto Conversation and give us a 5-star rating and a positive review in whatever podcast app you are using.