Listen Up: The Lives Of Quincy Jones
Book, movie poster and cassette companion package to the Quincy Jones documentary in which FS is among many artists who are interviewed and seen in archive footage. The motion picture includes a brief excerpt of "Fly Me To The Moon" from a 1965 benefit at Lorton Penitentiary in Virginia. The soundtrack cassette features the song from the 1964 "It Might As Well Be Swing" album.
9. Fly Me To The Moon - with Count Basie & his Orchestra
Notes By Sinatra
If I said to Quincy, 'I think the second eight measures don't seem to fit with the mood of the rest of the thing'-he'd go ten feet away and fix it. It always amazed me that a man could do that-to change all of those notes that he had written before. ~ Frank Sinatra [page 71 in the book]
|1990||Book+CD||26322-2||Listen Up: The Lives Of Quincy Jones||Qwest|
|1990||Book+CD||WPCP-4049||Listen Up: The Lives Of Quincy Jones [Warner-Pioneer Japan Edition]||Qwest|
|1990||Book+Cassette||26322-4||Listen Up: The Lives Of Quincy Jones||Qwest|