Charles Mingus - Scenes In The City mp3 flac download
|Title:||Scenes In The City|
|Date of release:||1983|
|MP3 album size:||1207 mb|
|FLAC album size:||1625 mb|
|Digital formats:||APE AIFF AU MP4 MOD XM AUD|
Charles Mingus - Volume 6. Charles Mingus.
The Clown is an album by Charles Mingus released in September 1957 on Atlantic Records as SD-1260. It is the follow-up to 1956's Pithecanthropus Erectus and features the improvised narration of Jean Shepherd. All the tracks were recorded on March 12, 1957, except for "The Clown", recorded on February 13 of the same year.
SCENES IN THE CITY, the debut album by tenor and soprano saxophonist Branford Marsalis, offers an original perspective on the development of modern jazz, as he stakes out his own territory and approach. Calmly outlining his musical objectives, Branford's casualness masks a controversial mind at work. I'm not interested in trying to achieve a distinctive sound - that will take care of itself. The album's title track, "Scenes in the City," composed and recorded some twenty-odd years ago by Charles Mingus, is a kaleidoscope of styles. It is a nocturnal celebration of the vitality of the jazzman's lifestyle, recorded on-location in the streets of Manhattan. From the dingy rooming house to Le Figaro coffeehouse in Greenwich Village, Wendell Pierce's narration is aurally illustrated by the blues-bop-modern septet. Three of the remaining five compositions are by Branford.
This album has an average beat per minute of 103 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 71/178 BPM). Tracklist A Modern Jazz Symposium of Music and Poetry With Charles Mingus. 1. Scenes in the City. Charles Mingus and the Newport Rebels.
Recorded February 4, 1972 at Philharmonic Hall at Lincoln Center, New York City, originally released in 1973.
Biography by Richard S. Ginell. A legendary composer, innovator, and bass virtuoso who articulated contemporary emotional currents as well as anyone in jazz.
Unlike, say, John Coltrane’s recently unearthed Lost Album, Jazz in Detroit doesn’t date from a pivotal period in the leader’s career, feature an iconic lineup or introduce a wealth of unfamiliar repertoire. But what looks marginal on paper turns out to be sheer joy coming out of the speakers, thanks in large part to Mingus’ lesser-known yet enormously gifted sidemen: tenor saxophonist John Stubblefield, trumpeter Joe Gardner, pianist Don Pullen and drummer Roy Brooks
Mingus is an album by jazz bassist and composer Charles Mingus. The album was recorded in October and November 1960 in New York for Nat Hentoff's Candid label. 20 October and 11 November 1960 at Nola Penthouse Sound Studios, New York City. 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. weaves together the themes from three compositions: Duke Ellington's "Main Stem", Thelonious Monk's "Straight, No Chaser" and Mingus's own "Fifty-First Street Blues"
|A1||Scenes In The City|
|B1||New York Sketchbook|
- Bass – Charles Mingus
- Drums – Dannie Richmond
- Liner Notes – Nat Hentoff
- Piano – Bob Hammer (tracks: A1), Horace Parlan (tracks: A2 to B3)
- Tenor Saxophone, Alto Saxophone – Shafi Hadi
- Trombone – Jimmy Knepper
- Trumpet – Bill Hardman (tracks: A2), Clarence Shaw (tracks: A1, B1 to B3)
NotesRecorded October 1957 in New York City. Originally released on Bethlehem in 1959 as A Modern Jazz Symposium Of Music And Poetry.
|BCP 6026||Charlie Mingus*||A Modern Jazz Symposium Of Music And Poetry (LP, Album, Mono)||Bethlehem Records||BCP 6026||US||1957|
|5171826||Charles Mingus||A Modern Jazz Symposium Of Music And Poetry (CD, Album, RE, RM)||Bethlehem Records||5171826||US||1994|
|BCP 6026||Charlie Mingus*||A Modern Jazz Symposium Of Music And Poetry (LP, Album, RE)||Bethlehem Records||BCP 6026||US||1984|
|BET 6015-2, BCP 6026||Charlie Mingus*||A Modern Jazz Symposium Of Music And Poetry (CD, Album, RE)||Bethlehem Records, Bethlehem Records||BET 6015-2, BCP 6026||Germany||Unknown|
|CDGR 131||Charlie Mingus*||A Modern Jazz Symposium Of Music And Poetry (CD, Album, RE, RM)||Charly Records||CDGR 131||Germany||1997|