At age 77, Quincy Jones has a deep enough Rolodex to get virtually any vocalist he wants in the studio. He made good use of it by recruiting artists like Usher, Snoop Dogg, and Jamie Foxx for reinterpretations of his catalog on Q: Soul Bossa Nostra. The all-star collaborations form a fitting tribute to Jones? immaculate pop-soul style, with a few exceptions: We didn?t need to hear Amy Winehouse stumble through ”It?s My Party.” B
Posted January 17 2015 — 2:22 PM EST
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