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Well you’re right Quincy deserves a lot of praise for everything his done in his career. However it was more of a combination of Michael and Q that made the songs great. A good song gone to the wrong person, might not take off. It was Michael Jackson charisma and talent that made him great. He got out there in front of those people and sang his ass off to make people love those songs. I’m not taking anything away from Q, his is the man.

In the end, Quincy Jones became more than just a player. He probably would have never had the same impact on modern American music had he remained only a trumpeter. Though competent on the instrument, he could not attain the virtuosic heights of the players he most admired: Dizzy Gillespie, Clark Terry, Fats Navarro, Art Farmer, and, especially, Clifford Brown.

Once the case is handed to a 12-member jury, at least nine must decide the estate is liable before determining damages to be awarded Jones.

"This lawsuit was never about Michael, it was about protecting the integrity of the work we all did in the recording studio and the legacy of what we created," he continued. " Although this judgement is not the full amount that I was seeking, I am very grateful that the jury decided in our favor in this matter. I view it not only as a victory for myself personally, but for artists’ rights overall.”

 · After Michael Jackson and Quincy Jones released the 'Thriller' album, pop music would never be the same again.

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JONES: Well, we were on the front porch in the South Side of Chicago, in Prairie. And they took her away. She was a graduate of Boston University. Twelve languages, all that stuff. Dementia praecox, they took her away in a straitjacket. My brother's a year younger than me, and we watched on the front porch. And, you know, God's plan is for Oedipus, with sons and mothers, and daddies and daughters, right? Better believe it, I had six girls. They say the bad guys — the good guys get boys, and the bad guys get girls. I got six girls, one boy. So I —

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