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Charles Mingus [sound recording] : the Jazz Workshop concerts, 1964-65.

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Author/Creator:
Mingus, Charles, 1922-1979 prf cmp
Language:
English.
Release date:
2012
Production date:
1963
Imprint:
Stamford, Conn. : Mosaic Records, p2012.
Format:
  • Music - Recording
  • 7 sound discs : digital, stereo., mono. ; 4 3/4 in. + 1 book (20 p. : ill., facsims., ports. ; 28 cm.)
Title Variation:
Jazz Workshop concerts, 1964-65
Note:
Mosaic: MD7-253; on discs: 253. Previously released and unissued performances from the Jazz Workshop and East Coasting labels. Compact discs; analog recordings. Issued in 4 containers, each with its own track listing inserted in box with program notes Program notes by Brian Priestley and Sue Mingus in English, with bibliographical references and discography, laid in container.
Contents:
  • Disc I-Disc II: Town Hall concert April 4, 1964. A.T.F.W. / Jaki Byard (4:20) ; Sophisticated lady / Duke Ellington (5:49) ; So long Eric (17:46) ; Praying with Eric (27:35) / Charles Mingus ; Peggy's blue skylight (19:13) ; Parkeriana, part one (6:38) ; Parkeriana , part two (8:57) ; Fables of Faubus (11:06) / Charles Mingus
  • Disc III-Disc IV: Concertgebouw Amsterdam April 10, 1964. A.T.F.W. / Jaki Byard (4:50) ; Parkeriana (21:20) ; So long Eric (22:19) ; Orange was the color of her dress, than blue silk (13:53) / Charles Mingus ; Sophisticated lady / Duke Ellington (5:34) ; Meditations on a pair of wire cutters (23:03) ; Fables of Faubus (30:40) / Charles Mingus
  • Disc V-Disc VI: Mingus at Monterey September 20, 1964: Duke Ellington medley (24:48) (I got it bad ; In a sentimental mood ; All too soon Mood indigo ; Sophisticated lady ; Take the A train) ; Orange was the color of her dress, then blue silk (14:47) ; Meditations on integration (25:41) / Charles Mingus ; The arts of Tatum and Freddie Webster (9:33) ; Don't let it happen here (9:11) ; They trespass the land of the sacred Sioux (8:39) / Charles Mingus ; When the saints go marching in / K.E. Purvis ; J.M. Black (4:30)
  • Disc VI (cont.)-Disc VII: My favorite quintet, Minneapolis May 13, 1965. So long Eric / Charles Mingus (18:27) ; Medley (16:04) (She's funny that way ; Embraceable you ; I can't get started ; Ghost of a chance with you ; Old portrait) ; Cocktails for two / A. Johnson ; S. Coslow (8:14) ; Copa City titty (aka O.P.) (7:08) ; A lonely day in Selma, Alabama/ Freedom (10:46) ; Peggy's blue skylight (12:31) ; Mingus piano solo (1:58) ; Bird preamble (17:24) ; Themeless blues (15:11) / Charles Mingus.
Participant:
Charles Mingus, double bass, piano ; with, variously: Jaki Byard, piano, bass ; Hobart Dotson, piano ; Johnny Coles, trumpet ; Jimmy Owens, trumpet, flugelhorn ; Julius Watkins, French horn ; Howard Johnson, tuba ; Eric Dolphy, alto saxophone, bass clarinet, flute ; Lonnie Hillyer, trumpet ; Clifford Jordan or John Handy, tenor saxophone ; Charles McPherson, alto saxophone ; Dannie Richmond, drums. With additional musicians: Bobby Bryant, Melvin Moore, trumpets ; Lou Blackburn, trombone ; Red Callender, tuba ; Buddy Collette, alto saxophone, flute ; Jack Nimitz, baritone saxophone, bass clarinet.
Event:
Recorded between April 4, 1964 and September 20, 1965 in New York, Amsterdam, Minneapolis and Monterey.
Contributor:
Coles, Johnny. Performer
Dolphy, Eric Performer
Jordan, Clifford. Performer
Byard, Jaki. Performer
Richmond, Dannie. Performer
Hillyer, Lonnie, 1940-1985. Performer
McPherson, Charles. Performer
Handy, John, 1933- Performer
Bryant, Bobby. Performer
Moore, Mel. Performer
Blackburn, Lou. Performer
Callender, Red Performer
Collette, Buddy, 1921-2010. Performer
Nimitz, Jack. Performer
Dotson, Hobart. Performer
Owens, Jimmy, 1943- Performer
Watkins, Julius. Performer
Johnson, Howard, 1941- Instrumentalist
Charlie Mingus Jazz Workshop. Performer
Subjects:
Publisher No.:
MD7-253 Mosaic 253 Mosaic JWS-005-S Jazz Workshop AROC-50506/7 East Coasting/Ulysse AROC-5058 Ulysse JWS001/002 Jazz Workshop JWC 5 Jazz Workshop CD 9-46703-2 Malpaso/Warner Bros. ECEP-1 East Coasting

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