Notable musicians who worked with Phil Ramone
(AP) - A list of some of the notable musicians who worked with Phil Ramone and the collaborations that they produced:
_ Tony Bennett: albums in 2005 "The Art of Romance," in 2006 "Duets: An American Classic," in 2011 "Duets II"
_ Ray Charles: his final album, 2004's "Genius Loves Company"
_ Chicago: the 1978 album "Hot Streets"
_ Bob Dylan: the 1975 album "Blood on the Tracks"
_ Stan Getz and Joao Gilberto: the 1964 album "Getz/Gilberto"
_ Billy Joel: his 1977 breakthrough album "The Stranger" and six later albums, including "Just the Way You Are"
_ Quincy Jones: on the 1969 album "Smackwater Jack"
_ Paul Simon: the 1975 album "Still Crazy After All These Years"
_ Frank Sinatra: the 1993 album "Duets"
_ Barbra Streisand: the 1967 live album "A Happening in Central Park," and the 1976 song "Evergreen" (Love Theme from "A Star Is Born")
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