Who do you tell album?
TamiaWho Do You Tell / AlbumTamia is the debut studio album by Canadian recording artist Tamia. It was released on April 14, 1998 on Quincy Jones’s Qwest Records, while distribution was handled through Warner Bros. Recorded after Wikipedia
Did Quincy Jones sing any songs?
In the 1960s Jones recorded occasional jazz dates, arranged albums for many singers (including Frank Sinatra, Peggy Lee, and Billy Eckstine), and composed music for several films, including The Pawnbroker (1964), In the Heat of the Night (1967), and In Cold Blood (1967).
How many partners did Quincy Jones have?
How Celeb Couples First Met. The music mogul opened up about his wide-ranging romantic relationships during an interview with GQ posted on Monday, January 29. Jones, who has been married three times previously, revealed that he has “22 girlfriends.”
How many albums does Tamia have?
More2004Tamia1998Between Friends2006A Nu Day2000Passion Like Fire2018Love Life2015
What singers did Quincy Jones produce?
The Color Purple1985Michael Jackson: Number O…2003Steel1997Keep On Keepin’ On2014Their Eyes Were Watching…2005Passing Glory1999
Quincy Jones/Films produced
What did Quincy Jones say about Marilyn Monroe?
Quincy Jones rejected Marilyn Monroe because he thought her breasts looked like “looked like pears”.
What did Quincy Jones say about Taylor Swift?
Heath noted how some people regard Swift as “the great songwriter of our age.” Jones laughed at that comment. He added, “Whatever crumbles your cookie.” Jones said Swift writes hooks but not actual songs. He claims Swift doesn’t work hard or know what she’s doing.
Who was Tamia signed to?
Qwest RecordsElektra RecordsDef Jam RecordingsAtlantic RecordsWarner Records
Where is the singer Tamia from?
Windsor, CanadaTamia / Place of birth
What Michael Jackson songs were produced by Quincy Jones?
He also suggested that if there is a similarity between Jackson’s song and Donna Summer’s song, Jones is to blame. “He says my son stole it, but he was the producer on both [‘Billie Jean’ and ‘State of Independence’], so if anybody is wrong, it would be Quincy.”