“You know, with Vincent Price there and Edgar Allan Poe narration, and stuff like that. And people didn’t get it until, I’d say, eight months later.” Jones also spoke about finding out Jackson had died, soon after hearing actress Farrah Fawcett and comedian Ed Mc Mahon had also passed away. I said, ‘Smelly, Worms, and Mouse.’ https://link.brightcove.com/services/player/?
Because, boy, the relationship with a producer and an artist is really special. When they trust each other, and you tell them to jump without a net, boy, you better know what you’re talking about.” He also spoke about meeting Jackson when the singer was 12-years-old, remembering: “I met him when he was 12 at Simon Davis’s house, but that was just cause he was on the Ed Sullivan show.
They saw someone whose father was the notoriously crazy, notoriously charismatic and unbelievably destructive German actor, Klaus Kinski. And that's why I feel that now I've done The Claim [her latest film] with all these wonderful actors, it's such a relief.
And with you, it was difficult." The dreaminess disappears from Kinski's grey-green eyes, and her melancholy, oddly tentative voice takes on an edge: "You know what," she says, crumbling the remains of a blueberry muffin, "that's one of those idiotic, unbelievable things where you go: 'What! "But it could not be further from who I am or what I actually said. I think people imagined so many things, put together so many interpretations when they saw me, years ago.
No other director, ever, ever." But it's pity, really, to disown the story, I say; it's such a good put-down.
Oprah too." What follows is only a sample of what happens when Q gets into it. So you were never a precocious 16 year-old going, "I want to work with Ellington and Sinatra? I remember working in Paris and coming in one day, and they say Grace Kelly's office called, and Mr. At that time I had Kenny Clarke on drums, I had Lucky Thompson on tenor, I had Stéphane Grappelli, who was with Django Reinhardt, the Double Six, the vocal group — they were all in my house orchestra. and I just heard that record you did with Basie last year, ‘In Other Words.'" So that was the first arrangement I wrote for him, in a hotel room in Lake Tahoe. And if that happens to you, it's an automatic instinct for you [to give back]. And it remains alive because it's always an "in" language? Speaking of, you know I did Michael Caine, we were born the same year, month, day and hour.
Clark Terry is 93, and as we see in the movie, still stays up until 4am to talk music. Sinatra wants you to bring your 55-piece house orchestra down to Monte Carlo to the Sporting Club to play an event. So we took the train down there and played with Frank, and it was like working with a magician. Except Frank changed the title to "Fly Me to the Moon." I remember Sonny Burke said, "You can't change the title." And Frank said, "What's the first words you hear?