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Quincy Jones is an arranger who collaborated with Frank Sinatra several times throughout his career.

With Sinatra[]

Jones's first work with Sinatra was in 1964 with Sinatra's second album featuring the Count Basie Orchestra, It Might as Well Be Swing.[1] Sinatra later toured with Jones and the Basie Band for several years throughout the mid-1960s and even into his 1970s tours. Sinatra's first live album, Sinatra at the Sands, was also arranged by Jones.

Jones did not work on another studio album with Sinatra until 1984's L.A. Is My Lady.[2] This album was Sinatra's final solo album; his final albums were his Capitol Duets albums.


Below is a list of all albums Frank Sinatra recorded that were arranged by Quincy Jones: