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Jazz Icons: Quincy Jones 1 of 1
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UPC: 824121001896
UPC 14: 00824121001896
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Among the wealth of highlights in the Jazz Icon DVD series are two incredible Quincy Jones concerts (filmed in 1960) featuring an 18-piece band that Quincy later described as his “dream band,” which included some of the finest musicians in jazz - Phil Woods, Clark Terry & Sahib Shihab.

Track Listing
(Belgium 1960)
Birth Of A Band
Moanin’
Lester Leaps In
The Gypsy
Tickle Toe
Everybody’s Blues
Big Red
(Switzerland 1960)
Birth Of A Band
I Remember Clifford
Walkin’
Parisian Thoroughfare
The Midnight Sun Will Never Set
Everybody’s Blues
Stockholm Sweetnin’
My Reverie
Ghana
Big Red

These filmed concerts capture the most pivotal and influential jazz artists of the 20th century in their prime - accompanied by some of the most legendary side-musicians of the day. Some of these recordings were forgotten for nearly 50 years. American company “Reelin’ In The Years Productions” have re-discovered and produced them and after being digitally re-mastered from high quality, original masters with excellent sound and film quality, they are now presented on DVD by TDK.
Each of the nine titles in the illustrious series features 60-90 minute performances by Thelonious Monk, Ella Fitzgerald, Louis Armstrong, Dizzy Gillespie, Quincy Jones, Count Basie, Art Blakey & The Jazz Messengers, Buddy Rich or Chet Baker. They were all produced with the full support and cooperation of the artists or their estates, which in most cases contributed rare personal photographs, memorabilia, and forewords. The DVDs are available individually and each comes with a 16-page booklet including an essay written by an authoritative jazz historian.

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