"This is weekend edition on WNYC. And it's time now for our documentary of the week from Tom powers and Raphael and the housing the co founders of the dock NYC festival and the pure nonfiction podcast. Here's Raphael with this week's pick. As a composer arranger and producer Quincy Jones has played a major role in post-war American music, jazz to pop hip hop in the new documentary Quincy, his story intersects with the lives of countless musical greats. When he was just fourteen he met Ray, Charles say every music has its own. So it doesn't matter what style it is. Just be true to it. Quincy. Took those words to heart across an astonishing range of shawna's and platforms. He gained notoriety in his twenties with Dinah, Washington and count Basie. And then he was picked by Frank Sinatra to the moon. Let me swing. Quincy drive is what made the difference in the recordings that I began to do. The orchestra Jove harder than they did before the days with Quincy. The film is directed by Alan Hicks and Quincy's daughter Rashida Jones. They deftly cover the many performers nurtured by Quincy, including Michael Jackson, Oprah Winfrey and Will Smith when Ray Charles performed at a tribute for Quincy at the Kennedy Center, you feel the profundity of that relationship. This biography is not only a."