Charlie Mingus - The Jazz Experiments Of Charlie Mingus FLAC album
Of all jazz composers so far, only Charles Mingus has equaled Duke Ellington in memorable originality, multidimensional forms and depth of continually.
Complete your Charlie Mingus collection. This is a reissue of Charlie Mingus - The Jazz Experiments Of Charlie Mingus with one track (Stormy Weather) left out. And that early record by Charles Mingus in fact was a 12" compilation of two previously released 10" Lps called "Jazzical Moods Vol. 1 & Vol. 2" (originally offering additional tracks too).
The Great Concert of Charles Mingus is a live album by jazz bassist and composer Charles Mingus, recorded at the Théâtre des Champs-Élysées, Paris, France, on April 19, 1964. All songs written by Charles Mingus, except where noted.
The Jazz Experiments of Charlie Mingus. The Jazz Experiments of Charlie Mingus is an album by jazz bassist and composer Charles Mingus released on the Bethlehem label.
Mingus, C. Liner notes to The Jazz Experiments of Charlie Mingus. Changes One (Charles Mingus album). Changes One is a 1975 (see 1975 in music) album by jazz composer and bassist Charles Mingus. Tonight at Noon is an album by jazz bassist and composer Charles Mingus released on the Atlantic label in 1964. It compiles tracks recorded at two sessions – the 1957 sessions for the album entitled The Clown and the 1961 sessions for Oh Yeah. These tracks have since been added to the CD re-releases of their respective albums as bonus tracks. Weary Blues (also referred to as The Weary Blues) is an album by American poet Langston Hughes reciting over jazz composed and arranged by Charles Mingus and Leonard Feather
Personnel: Charlie Mingus - bass, piano, leader John LaPorta - clarinet, alto saxophone Teo Macero - tenor saxophone, baritone saxophone Thad Jones - trumpet Jackson Wiley - cello Clem De Rosa - drums. tracklist: 01 - What Is This Thing Called Love 02 - Minor Intrusion 03 - Stormy Weather 04 - Four Hands 05 - Thrice Upon A Theme 06 - The Spur Of The Moment. EAC extraction logfile from 23. September 2014, 0:33. Charlie Mingus, The Jazz Experiments Of Charlie Mingus.
Biography by Richard S. Ginell. A legendary composer, innovator, and bass virtuoso who articulated contemporary emotional currents as well as anyone in jazz. Overview . Biography . Discography .
The Jazz Experiments of Charlie Mingus is an album by jazz bassist and composer Charles Mingus released on the Bethlehem label Contents. Mingus, C.
Charles Mingus, Charles Mingus Jazz Workshop, Charlie Mingus. Charles Mingus, Charlie Mingus - The Spur Of The Moment 08:47. Charles Mingus, Charles Mingus Jazz Workshop - Thrice Upon a Time 06:45. Charles Mingus - What Is This Thing Called Love 08:12. Charles Mingus - Minor Intrusion 10:20. Charles Mingus - Stormy Weather 03:19. Charles Mingus - Four Hands 08:57. Charles Mingus - Thrice Upon a Theme 06:46. Charles Mingus - The Spur of the Moment 08:43. The Great Concert of Charles Mingus - Charles Mingus. Cornell 1964 - Charles Mingus, Charles Mingus Sextet, Eric Dolphy. Complete Recordings: 1960 - 1962 - Charles Mingus. 3 in 1 - Charles Mingus.
Charles Mingus chronology. Jazz Composers Workshop (1954). The Jazz Experiments of Charlie Mingus (1955). Mingus at the Bohemia (1955). Jazzical Moods Vol. 1 Cover. 2. Jazz – Jazz is a music genre that originated amongst African Americans in New Orleans, United States, in the late 19th and early 20th centuries, and developed from roots in Blues and Ragtime. Since the 1920s jazz age, jazz has become recognized as a form of musical expression. Jazz is characterized by swing and blue notes, call and response vocals, polyrhythms, Jazz has roots in West African cultural and musical expression, and in African-American music traditions including blues and ragtime, as well as European military band music.
|A1||What Is This Thing Called Love?|
|B2||Thrice Upon A Theme|
|B3||The Spur Of The Moment|
- Record Company – Doxy Music
- Bass, Piano, Leader – Charlie Mingus*
- Cello – Jackson Wiley
- Clarinet, Alto Saxophone – John LaPorta
- Drums – Clem De Rosa
- Liner Notes – Charles Mingus
- Tenor Saxophone, Baritone Saxophone – Teo Macero
- Trumpet – Thad Jones
NotesRecorded in New York, December 1954.
|BCP 65||Charlie Mingus*||The Jazz Experiments Of Charlie Mingus (LP, Comp, Mono, RM)||Bethlehem Records||BCP 65||US||1956|
|OJCCD 1857-2||Charles Mingus / John LaPorta||Charles Mingus / John LaPorta - Jazzical Moods (CD, Comp, Ltd, RM)||Original Jazz Classics, Period Records||OJCCD 1857-2||Germany||1995|
|BCP 65, BET 6016-2||Charlie Mingus*||The Jazz Experiments Of Charlie Mingus (CD, Comp, RE)||Bethlehem Records, Bethlehem Records||BCP 65, BET 6016-2||Germany||Unknown|
|UPF-180||Charles Mingus||Minor Intrusions (LP, Comp)||UpFront Records||UPF-180||US||Unknown|
|FSR-CD 62, SPL 1107•11||Charles Mingus||Jazzical Moods (CD, Comp, Unofficial)||Fresh Sound Records, Period Records||FSR-CD 62, SPL 1107•11||Spain||1989|