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    Zukasa

    6 years ago

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    Mingus used an piece band for each session, and the two lineups include such stellar players as Eric Dolphy, Jaki Byard, Booker Ervin, and Charlie Mariano. I have a CD edition of the album, whose music I’ve always found exciting and engaging.
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    Tar

    6 years ago

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    Professional ratings; Review scores; Source Rating; AllMusic: Pitchfork: / Cornell is a live album by the Charles Mingus Sextet, featuring Eric vemahevirtuzelkefetefarbipers.co was recorded at Cornell University in Ithaca, New York on March 18, The recordings of this concert were thought to be lost for many years, until they were re-discovered by Mingus' widow Sue, and were subsequently released.
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    Zulmaran

    6 years ago

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    The Black Saint And The Sinner Lady / Mingus Mingus Mingus Mingus Mingus Charles Mingus (upright bass), Charlie Mariano (alto saxophone), Dick Hafer (tenor saxophone), Dick Hafer (flute), Jaki Byard (piano), Jay Berliner (guitar), Dannie Richmond (drums), Charles Mingus (piano), Jerome Richardson (flute), Jerome Richardson (baritone saxophone.
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    Tur

    6 years ago

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    Apr 08,  · In between, the group performs a nearly minute extended version of Mingus’ “Meditations”. The band also included Clifford Jordan (ts), Johnny Coles (tp), Jaki Byard (p) & Danny Richmond (d). Tragically, Eric Dolphy died in Berlin from undiagnosed diabetes on June 29 - less than 3 months after this film, and nine days after his 36th.
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    Kigataxe

    6 years ago

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    Jun 10,  · Just to extend on Matthew Rybicki’s answer — find something you dig, and get deep into it. I mean as deep as you can go. Here’s just one example — Charles Mingus, (Jaki Byard piano, Eric Dolphy bass clarinet, Clifford Jordan tenor sax, Johnny.
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    Kigakinos

    6 years ago

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    Label: Some Records - 7 5 • Format: CD Album • Country: US • Genre: Jazz, Rock • Style: Jazz-Rock/5(7).
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    Yozil

    6 years ago

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    2 April , Memphis, Tennessee, USA, d. 5 October , New York City, New York, USA. One of the most promising of all trumpeters in the second bebop wave of the 50s, Booker Little was equipped with a superb technique, crystal clarity of intonation and rhythmic originality.
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    Mautilar

    6 years ago

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    May 06,  · To me Eric Mingus sounds very honest when he talks/sings about topics as racism, love, violence, media and peace, without ever falling into that melodrama-slimepit. Compared to the new release "Healin' Howl" this album is more experimental, less straight, maybe even some details on it a bit overdone. But nevertheless, im lovin' it:)/5(1).