Quincy Jones "Q", /, C. Jones, D. Edwards, D.Q. Jones, G. Jones, J. Jones, Jerry Jones, Johnes, Jones, Jones Jr., Kuinsi Cons, Mr. jones, Mystery Artist, Q, Q Jones, Q, Jones, Q; Jones, Q. Jones, Q. Jones Jr, Q. Jones Jr., Q.D.Jones, Q.J., Q.Jones, Q.Jones Jr., QJ, Qu. Jones, Quency Jones, Quincey Jones, Quinci Jones, Quincy, Quincy - Jones, Quincy D Jones, Quincy D. Jones, Quincy D. Jones, III, Quincy Delight Jones, Jr., Quincy Joes, Quincy Jones, Quincy Jones & Friend, Quincy Jones Delight III, Quincy Jones En Zijn Orkest, Quincy Jones for Quincy Jones Productions, Quincy Jones Jr., Quincy Jones Orchestra, Quincy Jones, Jr., Quiney Jones, Qunicy Jones, К. Джонс, К. Джонс = Q. Jones, Кв. Джонс, Квинси Джонс, Куинси Джонс, クインシー・ジョーンズAmerican record producer, conductor, arranger, film score composer, television producer, and trumpeter. Born: 14 March 1933 in Chicago, Illinois, USA. One of the most respected and prolific music producers of his time, Jones is known for both his own releases, along with the many he has produced across genres (jazz/soul/funk/pop/and more) for some of the biggest and most varied range of recording artists, including Michael Jackson, Dinah Washington, Roland Kirk, Sarah Vaughan, Rufus & Chaka Khan, George Benson, the Brothers Johnson, Donna Summer. He is probably best known for producing the Michael Jackson album "Off The Wall", widely regarded as a classic, along with the later huge selling follow-ups "Thriller" and "Bad". Father of actresses Rashida Jones and Kidada Jones (with actress Peggy Lipton), producer/actor Quincy Jones III (with actress Ulla Andersson).
El DeBarge de Barge, De Barge Eldra P, DeBarge, E. DeBarge, E.DeBarge, Eidra DeBarge, EL, El DaBarge, El De Barge, El Debarge, El-DeBarge, Eldra, Eldra De Barge, Eldra DeBarge, Eldra P Debarge, Eldra P. De Barge, Eldra P. Debarge, エル・デバージSoul singer - songwriter - producer. Born on 04.06.1961 in Detroit, Michigan, USA. His signature falsetto was the lead of his siblings' group DeBarge. After his massive hit "Who's Johnny" he was encouraged by Berry Gordy to pursue his solo career. He released five solo albums. He collaborated with Tone Loc, Quincy Jones, Fourplay and DJ Quik.
James Ingram I. Ingram, Ingram, J Ingram, J. Ingham, J. Ingram, J.Ingram, James E. Ingram, James Inggram, ジェイムス・イングラムAmerican soul singer - songwriter - producer - instrumentalist Born February 16, 1952 in Akron, Ohio, USA, died January 29, 2019 in Los Angeles, California, USA. Do not confuse this artist with Jimmy Ingram, member of family soul group Ingram. Older brother of Phillip Ingram. He has sung duets with Patti Austin, Linda Ronstadt, Kim Carnes, Dolly Parton, and Anita Baker, among others. Musically, outside of soul music, he has also performed vocal work for house music producers such as Masters At Work.
Al B. Sure! Al B Sure, Al B Sure!, Al B., Al B. Sure, Al B.Sure, Al Be Sure!, Al. B Sure, Al. B. Sure, Al. B. Sure!, Al.B Sure, Al.B.Sure, Al.B.Sure!, Albee!!, Kyle West), Sure, アル・Ｂ・シュア！R&B singer/songwriter/producer Al B. Sure! was born on June 4th, 1968 in Boston, Massachusetts but grew up in Leonia, New Jersey and Mt. Vernon, New York. Between 1988 and 2009 he released four albums produced mostly by Kyle West. In 1988 he teamed up with the rapper Slick Rick for his single "If I'm Not Your Lover", included in his debut album In Effect Mode that went on to sell more than two million copies. In the same album, were included his crossover quiet storm mega hit Nite And Day / Off On Your Own (Girl) his biggest ever hit (#7 in the U.S. pop charts and #1 in the U.S. R&B charts, nominated for Grammy for Best Vocal R&B Male Performance) and his cover of Killing Me Softly (which Lori Lieberman first recorded in 1971 but Roberta Flack made it an all time classic in 1973.) In 1989 Quincy Jones chose him to sing along with Barry White, El DeBarge and James Ingram on the smooth soul suite "The Secret Garden (Sweet Seduction Suite)" that was included in his double platinum album "Back On The Block". In 1990 he teamed up with Diana Ross for his single "No Matter What You Do" that was included in his second album "Private Times...And The Whole 9!", in which he also covered the classic Eagles' 1976 hit "Hotel California". As songwriter and producer, Al B. Sure! introduced Jodeci, Tevin Campbell, Faith Evans, Dave Hollister, Case and Usher. In 1993 he was featured in David Bowie's "Black Tie White Noise" single, included in his same-titled album. In 1994 he covered "I'm Still In Love With You" (a glorious hit for Al Green in 1972) for the soundtrack of "Above The Rim". He has, as well, contributed backing vocals in recordings of Heavy D. & The Boyz, Starpoint, Jeremy Jordan and Chubb Rock, among others.
Barry White "The Master" Barry White, B White, B. E. White, B. W., B. White, B. Whitte, B.White, Barry, Barry Eugene White, Barry White & Friends, Berry - White, R. White, The Maestro, W. Barry, While, White, White/White, バリー・ホワイトAmerican R&B singer, born September 12, 1944, Galveston, Texas, USA - died July 4, 2003, Los Angeles, California, USA. He was also musician, record producer and composer; and three-time Grammy Award–winner known for his distinctive bass-baritone voice.