Playing tracks by
Etta James, Quincy Jones and His Orchestra, Parov Stelar, Eddie Russ, Ray Charles and more.
Lean in. This will be best listened to when you have a quiet couple of hours:
Another 'special' show from Nick Hollywood featuring extracts from Q the Autobiography of Quincy Jones (published by Septre). Large parts of this show are therefore SPOKEN WORD. But please don't let that put you off. Quincy tells some incredible stories of a life as composer and arranger - often finding himself in the right place at the right time to witness pivotal moments in the history of music.
"This show was one of the most challenging I've ever done - but also one of the most rewarding" said Nick Hollywood. "Not only was Quincy Jone's book often very moving to read aloud, but it was also the first time I've ever attempted to read anything like this on air... I really hope you enjoy hearing it as much as I did making it."
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