Category: Classical


  • Voodoozragore says:
    Charles Mingus was proud to be known as a man that (at least metaphorically) 'hollers’ in his music, but on this vibrant, heavily blues-influenced recording the man literally whoops, shouts and exhorts, in addition to having taken up piano duties and handed the bass to ex-Jazz Messenger Doug Watkins/5(45).
  • Tajar says:
    Mingus CAT-olog. I've heard a few places that Mingus published a guide for getting your cat to use the toilet called the CAT-olog. Apparently it was a step-by step guide that was available for mail-order purchase. I don't know if this adds to the article but I think its an interesting anecdote that sort of displays what a crazy guy Mingus was.
  • Akitaur says:
    While not reaching the heights of other recordings of its era like Mingus Ah Um, this album presents a fine collection of musicians who complement the increasingly adventurous compositions of Charles rostpropexaremanbrigyswitesurus.xyzinfo much a tribute album as an exploration of Mingus' psyche, this recording for the Candid label contains three works. There's "MDM (Monk Duke & Me)," which features the players in Mingus.
  • Dar says:
    Background. At this time Mingus was working regularly with a piano-less quartet featuring Eric Dolphy, Ted Curson and Dannie Richmond, as heard on the Charles Mingus Presents Charles Mingus album also recorded in October The Mingus album features one track, "Stormy Weather", recorded by the same quartet, plus two tracks recorded by a larger group featuring piano and additional horns.
  • Zucage says:
    Charles Mingus è morto all’età di 57 anni, distrutto da una lunga malattia, la sclerosi laterale amiotrofica (SLA) che, paradossi della vita, privò il grande Mingus di quella forza e respiro che avevano caratterizzato il suo modo di comporre musica. Uomo dalla personalità debordante, e dalla immaginazione vulcanica: un musicista virtuoso /5(61).
  • Kazramuro says:
    Charles Mingus - Mingus Mingus Mingus Mingus Mingus Part Swedish, English, Chinese, and African, notoriously angry, and impossibly creative, Charles Mingus is one of the most famous jazz composers of all time and certainly the most prominent bassist, .
  • Zulushura says:
    Charles Mingus, born in Nogales, Arizona on April 22, , was a virtuoso jazz bassist, composer, band leader, occasional pianist, and civil rights activist. He died January 5, in Cuernavaca, Mexico of Lou Gehrig’s disease.
  • Nikotilar says:
    In the first piece, "Myself When I Am Real," turbulence and aching beauty merge in Mingus' spontaneous unfolding of phrases. Such standards as "Body and Soul" and "Memories of You" are given personal, harmonically intriguing readings that blend in seamlessly with a Mingus original like "Old Portrait." In many ways, it is a treat to hear the artist working in this pared-down, quieter atmosphere.
  • Dogore says:
    Charles Mingus with Orchestra. LP. critic score (1) user score (5) Something Like a Bird. LP. critic score (1) user score (5) Me Myself An Eye. LP. critic score (1) user score (4) Cumbia and Jazz Fusion. LP. critic score (1) user score (7) His Final Work. LP. user score (3) Three.

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