The Criterion Collection
Carol Cooper is a New York City–based arts and culture critic who teaches as adjunct faculty at NYU’s Clive Davis Institute for Recorded Music. She has published a book of critical essays titled Pop Culture Considered as an Uphill Bicycle Race.
During a fertile period in American film history, Grammy-winning icon Quincy Jones used the cinematic medium as a platform for his wide-ranging musical ambitions.
By Carol Cooper
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