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Playlist of Charles Mingus

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  • Charles Mingus - Moanin

    9:03

    I want to make love to that bari. Much love for Charlie and his work in general.

    Edit: This is from 'Nostalgia in Times Square' 1993 - Ronnie Cuber plays the bari.

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  • Charles Mingus - Pithecanthropus Erectus

    36:38

    Pubblicazione: 1956
    Etichetta: Atlantic Records
    Durata complessiva: 36.39

    1. Pithecanthropus Erectus -- 00:06
    2. A Foggy Day -- 10:40 - (George Gershwin, Ira Gershwin)
    3. Profile of Jackie -- 18:30
    4. Love Chant -- 21:40
    [Tutte le tracce sono composte da Charles Mingus tranne 2]

    Formazione:
    Charles Mingus -- Contrabbasso
    Mal Waldron -- Pianoforte
    Jackie McLean -- Sax contralto
    J.R. Monterose -- Sax tenore
    Willie Jones -- Batteria

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  • Charles Mingus - The Black Saint and the Sinner Lady

    39:27

    The Black Saint and the Sinner Lady is a studio album by American jazz musician Charles Mingus, released on Impulse! Records in 1963. The album consists of a single continuous composition—partially written as a ballet—divided into four tracks and six movements.

    0:00 Solo Dancer
    6:40 Duet Solo Dancers
    13:23 Group Dancers
    20:45 Trio and Group Dancers/
    Single Solos and Group Dance/
    Group and Solo Dance


    Personnel:

    Charles Mingus -- bass, piano, composer
    Jerome Richardson -- soprano and baritone saxophone, flute
    Charlie Mariano -- alto saxophone
    Dick Hafer -- tenor saxophone, flute
    Rolf Ericson -- trumpet
    Richard Williams -- trumpet
    Quentin Jackson -- trombone
    Don Butterfield -- tuba, contrabass trombone
    Jaki Byard -- piano
    Jay Berliner -- acoustic guitar
    Dannie Richmond -- drums

  • Charles Mingus - The Clown 1957

    56:59

    Charles Mingus

    The Clown 1957 (Full Album)

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  • The Very Best of Charles Mingus

    2:57:46

    00:00:00 Reincarnation of a Lovebird
    00:08:32 Love Chant
    00:23:29 Ysabel's Table Dance
    00:34:01 Bird Calls
    00:37:14 Goodbye Pork Pie Hat
    00:42:00 Dizzy Moods
    00:47:52 Pithecanthropus Erectus
    00:58:25 Haitian Fight Song
    01:10:25 Los Mariachis
    01:16:03 Flamingo
    01:21:41 Boogie Stop Shuffle
    01:25:24 Stormy Weather
    01:28:43 Fables of Faubus
    01:36:53 Jelly Roll
    01:40:57 Tijuana Gift Shop
    01:44:46 Profile of Jackie
    01:47:54 Better Git It in Your Soul
    01:55:14 Four Hands
    02:04:11 What Is This Thing Called Love
    02:12:25 Thrice Upon a Theme
    02:19:10 Open Letter Do Duke
    02:24:06 Pussy Cat Dues
    02:30:36 Self-Portrait in Three Colours
    02:33:44 The Spur of the Moment
    02:42:27 Minor Intrusion

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  • Charles Mingus - Goodbye Pork Pie Hat

    9:43

    From The Essential Mingus Big Band there is this awesome song. I'm not actually sure who the saxophone player is, so if anyone knows please tell me.

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  • Charles Mingus Sextet in Europe, 1964

    2:1:44

    Belgium, Norway and Sweden

    With Dolphy

  • Charles Mingus - Devils Blues - Live At Montreux 1-12

    6:57

    Charles Mingus: bass
    George Adams: tenor saxophone and vocals
    Don Pullen: piano
    Jack Walrath: trumpet
    Dannie Richmond: drums

  • Moanin

    9:00

    Provided to YouTube by Dreyfus Jazz

    Moanin' · Mingus Big Band

    Nostalgia in Times Square

    ℗ 1993 Francis Dreyfus Music SARL, a BMG Company

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  • Charles Mingus - Better Get It In Your Soul

    7:24

    Album: Mingus Ah Um
    Year: 1959
    Label: Columbia

    John Handy -- tenor sax
    Booker Ervin -- tenor sax
    Shafi Hadi -- alto sax
    Jimmy Knepper -- trombone
    
Horace Parlan -- piano
    
Charles Mingus -- bass
    
Dannie Richmond -- drums

  • Haitian Fight Song

    12:02

    Provided to YouTube by Rhino Atlantic

    Haitian Fight Song · Charles Mingus

    The Clown

    ℗ 1957 Atlantic Recording Corporation for the United States and WEA International Inc. for the world outside of the United States.

    Bass: Charles Mingus
    Saxophone: Curtis Porter
    Drums: Dannie Richmond
    Trombone: Jimmy Knepper
    Producer: Nesuhi Ertegun
    Piano: Wadde Legge
    Composer, Writer: Charles Mingus

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  • Charles Mingus - Summertime

    4:34

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  • Charles Mingus - Blues & Roots

    38:53

    Charles Mingus - Blues & Roots
    Release date: April 4, 1960
    Producer: Nesuhi Ertegun
    Label: Atlantic Records
    Genres: Post-bop, Avant-garde jazz

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    1. Wednesday Night Prayer Meeting
    2. Cryin' Blues
    3. Moanin'
    4. Tensions
    5. My Jelly Roll Soul
    6. E's Flat Ah's Flat Too

    (April 22, 1922 – January 5, 1979) was an American jazz double bassist, composer and bandleader. His compositions retained the hot and soulful feel of hard bop, drawing heavily from black gospel music and blues, while sometimes containing elements of Third Stream, free jazz, and classical music. He once cited Duke Ellington and church as his main influences.
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  • Charles Mingus - Goodbye Pork Pie Hat

    13:19

    Charles Mingus was one of the all-time great jazz bass player but more than that he was also an innovative composer and a leader with a clear vision of where he wanted his music to go. In 1975 he made his first appearance at the Montreux Jazz Festival, joined by the players who had worked with him on the landmark 'Changes One' and 'Changes Two' albums, fro which the was primarily drawn. As an extrat treat, on the last two tracks they are joined by guests Gerry Mulligan on baritone sax and Benny Bailey on trumpet.

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  • Charles Mingus Presents Charles Mingus

    45:56

    Alto Saxophone, Bass Clarinet – Eric Dolphy
    Bass – Charles Mingus
    Drums – Dannie Richmond
    Trumpet – Ted Curson

    Recorded at Nola Penthouse Sound Studios, NYC
    October 20th 1960

    Engineer – Bob D'Orleans


    A1 Folk Forms No. 1 0:00
    A2 Original Faubus Fables 13:00
    B1 What Love 22:03
    B2 All The Things You Could Be By Now If Sigmund Freud's Wife Was Your Mother 37:22




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  • FULL VIDEO Beneath the Underdog: Charles Mingus Revisited - feat. Leo P

    2:1:05

    BBC Proms 2017 - Prom 53: Beneath the Underdog: Charles Mingus Revisited

    Following their sell-out 2016 Quincy Jones Prom, Jules Buckley and his Metropole Orkest return to celebrate the legendary composer, bandleader and bass player Charles Mingus, featuring artists Shabaka Hutchings, Christian Scott and Kandace Springs.

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    A giant of jazz, Charles Mingus (1922–79) combined the classic style of Duke Ellington and Jelly Roll Morton with the radical spirit of black music of the 1950s, 1960s and 1970s, and has influenced artists from Joni Mitchell and Elvis Costello to Debbie Harry.

    Following sell-out Quincy Jones and Jamie Cullum Proms last year, Jules Buckley returns – with his Metropole Orkest – to celebrate the life and music of this legendary composer, bandleader and bass-player. The Prom features Mingus favourites including ‘Better Git It in Your Soul’, ‘Moanin’’ and ‘Goodbye Pork Pie Hat’, performed by a starry line-up of artists.

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    Featuring:

    Shabaka Hutchings - saxophones

    Leo Pellegrino (Leo P) - baritone saxophone

    Christian Scott - trumpet

    Bart van Lier - trombone

    Kandace Springs - singer

    Metropole Orkest

    Jules Buckley - conductor

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    Broadcast on BBC Four, 25 August 2017


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    4:05 Boogie Stop Shuffle with Shabaka Hutchings, Christian Scott, Bart van Lier. Arr. John Clayton.
    9:27 Celia with Christian Scott, Bart van Lier. Arr. Outi Tarkiainen.
    16:25 O. P. (Oscar Pettiford) with Christian Scott, Bart van Lier, Paul van der Feen. Arr. Ilja Reijngoud.
    26:47 I x Love with Christian Scott, Bart van Lier, Leo Pellegrino, Marc Scholten, Rik Mol. Arr. Vladimir Nikolov.
    35:17 Goodbye Pork Pie Hat with Peter Tiehuis, Bart van Lier. Arr. Vladimir Nikolov.
    42:10 II B.S. with Christian Scott, Leo Pellegrino, Bart van Lier. Arr. John Clayton.
    48:07 Weird Nightmare with Kandace Springs, Shabaka Hutchings. Arr. Stefan Behrisch.
    56:50 Gunslinging Bird with Bart van Lier, Leo Pellegrino. Arr. Gil Goldstein.



    1:04:39 Intermission

    1:07:20 Fables of Faubus with Christian Scott, Shabaka Hutchings. Arr. Tom Trapp.
    1:17:34 Duke Ellington's Sound of Love with Kandace Springs. Arr.Laura Winkler.
    1:25:07 Hora Decubitus with Shabaka Hutchings, Christian Scott, Bart van Lier. Arr. Ilja Reijngoud.
    1:31:29 God Must be a Boogie Man with Kandace Springs, Marc Scholten. Arr. Vince Mendoza.
    1:35:56 The Dry Cleaner from Des Moines with Kandace Springs, Leo Janssen. Arr. Tim Davies.
    1:39:46 Brasshouse with Leo Pellegrino, Martijn Vink.
    1:42:46 Moanin' with Leo Pellegrino, Christian Scott. Arr. Tom Trapp.

    1:50:24 Better Git It in Your Soul with Leo Pellegrino, Christian Scott, Shabaka Hutchings, Bart van Lier, Hans Vroomans. Arr. by Tom Trapp.

  • Fables Of Faubus

    8:16

    Fables Of Faubus · Charles Mingus

    Mingus Ah Um

    ℗ Originally Released 1959 Sony Music Entertainment Inc.

    Released on: 1999-10-18

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  • Original Faubus Fables

    9:22

    Provided to YouTube by The Orchard Enterprises

    Original Faubus Fables · Charles Mingus

    Charles Mingus Presents Charles Mingus

    ℗ 1989 Candid Productions Ltd

    Released on: 2006-09-26

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  • Charles Mingus : Best Of 2H

    2:22:37

    FULL ALBUM : 23 Masterpieces by Charles Mingus, the legendary American jazzman !
    Check out our Jazz Classics playlist : ↓TRACKLIST↓

    1. Better Git It in Your Soul : 00:00
    2. Goodbye Pork Pie Hat : 07:20
    3. Boogie Stop Shuffle : 13:02
    4. Self-Portrait in Three Colors : 18:00
    5. Open Letter to Duke : 21:06
    6. Bird Calls : 26:54
    7. Fables of Faubus : 33:10
    8. Pussy Cat Dues : 41:22
    9. Jelly Roll : 50:34
    10. Better Git It in Your Soul (Alternate) : 56:48
    11. Bird Calls (Alternate) : 01:05:20
    12. Jelly Roll (Alternate) : 01:10:13
    13. Song With Orange (Alternate) : 01:16:53
    14. New Now Know How (Alternate) : 01:23:34
    15. Slop : 01:27:53
    16. Diane : 01:34:09
    17. Song With Orange : 01:41:38
    18. Gunslinging Bird : 01:48:26
    19. Things An't What They Used to Be : 01:53:37
    20. Far Wells, Mill Valey : 02:01:13
    21. New Now Know How : 02:07:25
    22. Mood Indigo : 02:11:38
    23. Put Me in That Dungeon : 02:19:51

  • Charles Mingus - Sues Changes - Live At Montreux 6-12

    9:26

    Charles Mingus: bass
    George Adams: tenor saxophone and vocals
    Don Pullen: piano
    Jack Walrath: trumpet
    Dannie Richmond: drums

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  • Charles Mingus ‎– Blue Bird

    37:29

    A1 Reincarnation Of Lovebird - Written-By – C. Mingus* 0:00

    A2 I Left My Heart In San Francisco - Written-By – Douglas Cross*, Georges Cory* 15:11

    B Blue Bird - Written-By – C. Parker* 19:17



    Alto Saxophone – Charles McPherson
    Bass – Charles Mingus
    Co-producer – Philippe Thomas
    Drums – Dannie Richmond
    Engineer – J. C. Egreteau*
    Photography – ABBAS
    Piano – Jacky Byard*
    Producer – Pierre Berjot
    Tenor Saxophone – Bobby Jones (2)
    Trumpet – Eddie Preston

  • Charles Mingus - Fables of Faubus

    8:13

    As in Mingus Ah Um

  • Charles Mingus feat. Charlie Parker and Dizzy Gillespie - Salt Peanuts

    7:26

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    Charles Mingus Jr. (April 22, 1922 – January 5, 1979) was an American jazz double bassist, composer and bandleader. His compositions retained the hot and soulful feel of hard bop, drawing heavily from black gospel music and blues, while sometimes containing elements of Third Stream, free jazz, and classical music. He once cited Duke Ellington and church as his main influences.
    Mingus espoused collective improvisation, similar to the old New Orleans jazz parades, paying particular attention to how each band member interacted with the group as a whole. In creating his bands, he looked not only at the skills of the available musicians, but also their personalities. Many musicians passed through his bands and later went on to impressive careers. He recruited talented and sometimes little-known artists, whom he utilized to assemble unconventional instrumental configurations. As a performer, Mingus was a pioneer in double bass technique, widely recognized as one of the instrument's most proficient players.
    Nearly as well known as his ambitious music was Mingus's often fearsome temperament, which earned him the nickname The Angry Man of Jazz. His refusal to compromise his musical integrity led to many onstage eruptions, exhortations to musicians, and dismissals. Because of his brilliant writing for midsize ensembles, and his catering to and emphasizing the strengths of the musicians in his groups, Mingus is often considered the heir of Duke Ellington, for whom he expressed great admiration. Indeed, Dizzy Gillespie had once claimed Mingus reminded him of a young Duke, citing their shared organizational genius.
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  • Charles Mingus Freedom Mingus Mingus Mingus

    5:11

  • CHarles Mingus - Devils Blues

    9:25

    From the Album Changes One

  • What a wonderful Jazz Vol.2 - Charles Mingus

    2:49:52

    TRACKLIST
    01- A Foggy Day 00.10
    02- All the Things You C# 08.02
    03- Eulogy For Rudy Williams 15.01
    04- Flamingo 21.23
    05- Haitian Fight Song 26.59
    06- Love Chant 39.04
    07- Memories Of You 54.00
    08- Percussion Discussion 58.27
    09- Pithecanthropus erectus 01.07.07
    10- Profile of Jackie 01.17.44
    11- The Clown 01.20.54
    12- I Can't Get Started 01.33.18
    13- Reincarnation of a Lovebird 1.43.32
    14- Folk forms I 01.52.14
    15- Jump Monk 02.03.56
    16- Serenade in blue 02.10.55
    17- Stormy weather 2.17.30
    18-Work song 02.30.28
    19- Purple Heart 02.36.58
    20- Septemberly 02.42.45


    What a wonderful Jazz Vol.2 - Charles Mingus (Full Album)
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    Charles Mingus Jr. (April 22, 1922 – January 5, 1979) was an American jazz double bassist, pianist, composer and bandleader. His compositions retained the hot and soulful feel of hard bop, drawing heavily from black gospel music and blues, while sometimes containing elements of Third Stream, free jazz, and classical music. He once cited Duke Ellington and church as his main influences.

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  • Charles Mingus - Pithecanthropus Erectus

    19:44

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  • Part2 - Charles Mingus Weird Nightmare

    9:06

    Charles Mingus Weird Nightmare Directed by Ray Davies

  • Group Dancers

    8:56

    Provided to YouTube by The Orchard Enterprises

    Group Dancers · Charles Mingus

    Charles Mingus, Jazz Masters Deluxe Collection

    ℗ 2016 Star Evens Digital

    Released on: 2016-02-12

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  • Charles Mingus - Hog Callin Blues

    7:29

    Album: Oh Yeah

    01. Hog Callin' Blues
    02. Devil Woman
    03. Wham Bam Thank You Ma'am
    04. Ecclusiastics
    05. Oh Lord Don't Let Them Drop That Atomic Bomb on Me
    06. Eat That Chicken
    07. Passions of a Man
    Bonus (also released on album Tonight at Noon, 1965):
    08. Old' Blues for Walt's Torin
    09. Peggy's Blue Skylight
    10. Invisible Lady

    Charles Mingus -- piano and vocals
    Rahsaan Roland Kirk -- flute, siren, tenor saxophone, manzello, and strich
    Booker Ervin -- tenor saxophone
    Jimmy Knepper -- trombone
    Doug Watkins -- bass
    Dannie Richmond -- drums

    Charles Mingus -- piano and vocals
    Rahsaan Roland Kirk -- flute, siren, tenor saxophone, manzello, and strich
    Booker Ervin -- tenor saxophone
    Jimmy Knepper -- trombone
    Doug Watkins -- bass
    Dannie Richmond -- drums

  • Charles Mingus - Devils Blues - Live At Montreux 2-12

    6:50

    Charles Mingus: bass
    George Adams: tenor saxophone and vocals
    Don Pullen: piano
    Jack Walrath: trumpet
    Dannie Richmond: drums

  • Four Hands by Charles Mingus

    8:50

  • Charles Mingus - The Clown

    12:17

    Taken from the album 'The Clown'
    I don't own anything, all right go to Atlantic

  • Charles Mingus-Jelly Roll from Mingus Ah Um

    4:07

    Mingus Ah Um was the first album Charles Mingus recorded for Columbia Records and released in 1959.
    Mingus Ah Um is an extended tribute to ancestors, and Mingus's musical forebears figure largely throughout. Better Git It In Your Soul is inspired by gospel singing and preaching of the sort that Mingus would have heard as a child growing up in Watts, while Goodbye Pork Pie Hat is a reference to saxophonist Lester Young (who had died shortly before the album was recorded). Boogie Stop Shuffle is a twelve-bar blues with four themes and a boogie bass backing that passes from stop time to shuffle and back.

    Self-Portrait in Three Colors was originally written for John Cassavetes' first film as director, Shadows, but was never used. Open Letter to Duke is a tribute to Duke Ellington, and draws on Mingus's earlier pieces. Jelly Roll is a reference to jazz pioneer and pianist Jelly Roll Morton; Bird Calls, in Mingus' own words, was not a reference to bebop legend Charlie Bird Parker: It wasn't supposed to sound like Charlie Parker. It was supposed to sound like birds - the first part.

    Fables of Faubus is named after Orval E. Faubus, the Governor of Arkansas infamous for his 1957 stand against integration of Little Rock, Arkansas schools in defiance of U.S. Supreme Court rulings. It is sometimes claimed that Columbia refused to allow the lyrics to be included on this album, though the liner notes to the 1998 reissue of the album state that the piece started life as an instrumental, and only gained the lyrics later.

  • Moanin Sheet Music - Ronnie Cuber Intro & Solo transcription

    3:36

    Here is the Moanin Sheet Music for that epic Baritone saxophone intro on the legendary live version performed by the Charles Mingus Big Band! Solo is by Ronnie Cuber and this is a updated and full version of an earlier post here on Youtube. You can also find a link to get the pdf in the first comment pinned.

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  • Charles Mingus - Boogie Stop Shuffle

    5:03

    Album: Mingus Ah Um
    Year: 1959
    Label: Columbia

    John Handy - alto sax, clarinet, tenor sax
    Booker Ervin - tenor sax
    Shafi Hadi - tenor sax, alto sax
    Willie Dennis - trombone
    
Jimmy Knepper - trombone
    
Horace Parlan - piano
    
Charles Mingus - bass

    Dannie Richmond - drums

  • Charles Mingus Moanin 1958

    8:04

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  • Charles Mingus - C Jam Blues

    24:37

    From album Mingus at Carnegie Hall Incredible Sax Solo by Roland Kirk and Others. LISTEN!

  • Charles Mingus-Pussy Cat Dues from Mingus Ah Um

    6:29

    Mingus Ah Um was the first album Charles Mingus recorded for Columbia Records and released in 1959.

    Mingus Ah Um is an extended tribute to ancestors, and Mingus's musical forebears figure largely throughout. Better Git It In Your Soul is inspired by gospel singing and preaching of the sort that Mingus would have heard as a child growing up in Watts, while Goodbye Pork Pie Hat is a reference to saxophonist Lester Young (who had died shortly before the album was recorded). Boogie Stop Shuffle is a twelve-bar blues with four themes and a boogie bass backing that passes from stop time to shuffle and back.

    Self-Portrait in Three Colors was originally written for John Cassavetes' first film as director, Shadows, but was never used. Open Letter to Duke is a tribute to Duke Ellington, and draws on Mingus's earlier pieces. Jelly Roll is a reference to jazz pioneer and pianist Jelly Roll Morton; Bird Calls, in Mingus' own words, was not a reference to bebop legend Charlie Bird Parker: It wasn't supposed to sound like Charlie Parker. It was supposed to sound like birds - the first part.

    Fables of Faubus is named after Orval E. Faubus, the Governor of Arkansas infamous for his 1957 stand against integration of Little Rock, Arkansas schools in defiance of U.S. Supreme Court rulings. It is sometimes claimed that Columbia refused to allow the lyrics to be included on this album, though the liner notes to the 1998 reissue of the album state that the piece started life as an instrumental, and only gained the lyrics later.

  • Dave Liebman Interview - Miles Davis & Charles Mingus

    7:51

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    A conversation with Dave Liebman - Miles Davis and Charles Mingus
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  • Charles Mingus - A Foggy Day

    5:07

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  • Charles Mingus - Newport Jazz Festivals 1956-1959-1971

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  • Charles Mingus - Mingus Ah Um FULL ALBUM

    41:05

    01. Better Git It In Your Soul
    02. Goodbye Pork-Pie Hat
    03. Boogie Stop Shuffle
    04. Self-Portrait In Three Colors
    05. Open Letter To Duke
    06. Bird Calls
    07. Fables Of Faubus
    08. Pussy Cat Dues
    09. Jelly Roll

  • Charles Mingus - Ysabels Table Dance

    10:30

    Tijuana Moods - 1957

  • Charles Mingus - Open Letter to Duke

    5:01

    Mingus' breezy and joyful Open Letter to Duke from Mingus Ah Um.

  • Charles Mingus - Shortnin Bread

    53

    A clip from the documentary Triumph of the Underdog. LOLOLOL!

  • Charles Mingus & Toshiyuki Miyama

    32:21

    Mingus With Toshiyuki Miyama & His New Herd Orchestra
    Tokyo - Japan - January 14 - 1971 - Nippon Columbia's Studio
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    Charles Mingus - Bass
    Yoshisaburo Toyozumi Drums
    Eddie Preston - Trumpet
    Bobby Jones - Tenor Saxophone - Clarinet
    Hiroshi Takami & Shigeo Suzuki - Alto Saxophone
    Masahiko Sato - Piano
    Jaki Byard - Arranger

    The Man Who Never Sleeps 0:00
    O.P. 16:25
    Portrait 24:40

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    This is an obscure Charles Mingus session recorded in Japan in 1971, and the second version Denon has released of the same
    session. The bassist and composer fronted pianist Toshiyuki Miyama & His New Herd Orchestra. Here, however, Miyama, who only played a bit of piano (he was conducting the rest of the time), was supplanted by Mingus' own pianist and arranger, Jaki Byard.
    Other players included the leader's tenor saxophonist Bobby Jones and trumpeter Eddie Preston. The program consists of three
    Mingus originals, The Man Who Never Sleeps, O.P., and Portrait (the first release -- with the same title -- featured three
    erroneously titled selections and an alternate take). This was Mingus gigging, pure and simple. The music is great but not overly
    inspiring, as the bassist was about to enter into his last great and controversial period of composing for large groups, but had yet to
    begin. That said, collectors will want to own this for the sheer excellence of the musicianship and terrific arrangements.

  • Charles Mingus - The Call

    7:17

    from Moves (1993), Atlantic.
    Appears as a bonus track, recorded during the same sessions.

    Charles Mingus - bass ;
    Ronald Hampton - trumpet ;
    George Adams - tenor sax & flute ;
    Don Pullen - piano ;
    Dannie Richmond - drums.

    Written by Charles Mingus.
    Recorded October 29 -- 31, 1973 at Atlantic Recording Studios, New York, NY.
    Produced by Nesuhi Ertegun.

  • Charles Mingus - Wednesday Night Prayer Meeting

    5:36

    DISCLAIMER: All music, lyrics, videos and photos, remain copyright of their respective owners. No infringement intended. Used for the Artist's promotional purposes only.
    If you like this recording, I strongly recommend you buying the record.

  • Charles Mingus Quintet - Reincarnation of a Lovebird

    8:43

    Charles Mingus Quintet - Reincarnation of a Lovebird (1957)

    Personnel: Jimmy Knepper (trombone), Curtis Porter (alto sax), Wade Legge (piano), Charles Mingus (bass), Dannie Richmond (drums)

    from the album 'THE CLOWN' (Atlantic Records)

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