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Charles Mingus - Mingus At Carnegie Hall (1994)

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0bc203cc65311d035a24cf5f277c63d3.jpg [b]Artist[/b]: Charles Mingus [b]Title Of Album[/b]: Mingus At Carnegie Hall [Remastered] [b]Year Of Release[/b]: 1994 (1874) [b]Label[/b]: Mobile Fidelity Sound Lab DCD 599 [b]Country[/b]: USA [b]Genre[/b]: Jazz, Hard Bop [b]Quality[/b]: FLAC (tracks+.cue,log) | Mp3 [b]Full Size[/b]: 337 MB | 134 MB (Scans) [b]Bitrate[/b]: Lossless | CBR 320 kbps [b]Time[/b]: 46:25
This is not the album to experience Mingus the great composer--but for Mingus the bandleader, this is the place. This live album, recorded in 1974, has the Mingus group at the time: George Adams, Dannie Richmond, Don Pullen and Hamiet Bluiett, joined by alumni of past bands: Rahsaan Roland Kirk, Jon Faddis, John Handy, and Charles McPherson, for a rollicking old-fashioned jam session. Mingus picks compositions by one of his biggest influences, Duke Ellington, and everybody (except for Mingus and Richmond) gets to show their stuff and wail. AT CARNEGIE HALL features two long pieces (each about 20 minutes). These consist of the catchy, upbeat themes, then extended solo workouts by all the horn players and Pullen. In feel, this album brings to mind the Norman Granz-produced Jazz At The Philharmonic concerts. McPherson and Faddis represent the mainstream bop tradition; Adams, Bluiett and Pullen push the envelope with their energy-charged "out" solos; and Kirk and Handy claim the middle ground between. A good time was clearly had by all.
[b]Tracklist:[/b] 01. C Jam Blues (24:32) 02. Perdido (21:53) ************************* Charles Mingus - bass Jon Faddis - trumpet Charles McPherson - alto saxophone John Handy - tenor saxophone, alto saxophone George Adams - tenor saxophone Rahsaan Roland Kirk - tenor saxophone, stritch Hamiet Bluiett - baritone saxophone Don Pullen - piano Dannie Richmond - drums 7409461d53baf8ee6fe405f510a7faff.png [b]Buy Premium From My Links To Get Resumable Support,Max Speed & Support Me[/b]
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