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Quincy Jones Disses The Beatles

Friday, February 23, 2018
Quincy Jones apologizes for slamming the Beatles

Quincy Jones has issued a public apology for recent comments in which he slammed a number of artists, including the Beatles, calling them "the worst musicians in the world". But Jones has now said his children had staged a "family intervention" after his interviews. "I am an imperfect human and I'm not afraid to say it," he tweeted.

WARNING: Includes Adult Language  Source: Ultimate Classic Rock
Monday, February 12, 2018
Open letter to Quincy Jones: What's eating you?

With all due respect to one of the greatest musicians and music producers, I beg to differ with statements made by Quincy Jones recently. In a conversation with Vulture, Quincy has been ranting and raving about other legends from the musical fraternity, including The Beatles and other celebs. In my honest opinion, Mr Q has "lost it".

Source: Kahleej Times
Wednesday, February 7, 2018
Quincy Jones disses the Beatles in a new interview

Quincy Jones has described the Beatles as "the worst musicians in the world." He told New York Magazine, "They were no-playing m***f***s. Paul was the worst bass player I ever heard. And Ringo? Don't even talk about it." Jones arranged Love Is a Many Splendored Thing for Starr's 1970 debut solo album Sentimental Journey.

WARNING: Includes Adult Language  Source: The Guardian, UK

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