Rashida Jones

filmmaker and actor

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Quincy Jones has lived a long life, and accomplished more than most musicians. He’s earned tons of awards. He’s dealt with serious health problems.

Quincy Jones on growing up poor and achieving big

Quincy Jones has lived a long life, and accomplished more than most musicians. He’s earned tons of awards. He’s dealt with serious health problems.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

Quincy Jones has lived a long life, and accomplished more than most musicians. He’s earned tons of awards. He’s dealt with serious health problems.

Quincy Jones on growing up poor and achieving big things

Quincy Jones has lived a long life, and accomplished more than most musicians. He’s earned tons of awards. He’s dealt with serious health problems.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

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