I Remember Mingus

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  1. Shaktirr Reply
    Nov 19,  · Charles Mingus 6 w/ Bud Powell - I'll Remember April LIVE '60 - Duration: westcoastpaeb , views. Harmonizing a One-Chord Progression: "I'll Remember April".
  2. Arashim Reply
    Apr 04,  · And speaking of treats, the band is joined by piano legend Bud Powell for a lovely take through "I'll Remember April" that if the rest of the record wasn't enough would certainly make this worth investigation. In all, one of the really great live Mingus recordings. Highly recommended.
  3. Nekree Reply
    I remember mingus union high school when.. has members.
  4. Tojazil Reply
    I Remember Thelonious is a live album by soprano saxophonist Steve Lacy and pianist Mal Waldron recorded in Italy in and released on the Nel Jazz label.
  5. Ararr Reply
    It was recorded at a live performance at the Jazz à Juan festival at Juan-les-Pins by jazz bassist and composer Charles Mingus; and was re-released by Atlantic Records in more complete form as 5/5(1).
  6. Tam Reply
    It was recorded at a live performance at the Jazz à Juan festival at Juan-les-Pins by jazz bassist and composer Charles Mingus; and was re-released by Atlantic Records in more complete form as a double album with the title Mingus In Antibes in the United States in /5(36).
  7. Arashirn Reply
    I remember you I remember You I remember you I remember lying awake at night and thinking just of you But things don't last forever and somehow. I Remember [LA Remix] Coolio. I Remember. the same They bang, and slang, and blow out brains I wish I could go back but, wishin is for suckers Life was so simple then I remember (I remember.
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  9. Dojind Reply
    A book of earnest erotica posing as a jazz memoir, Beneath the Underdog chronicles Mingus' childhood and early career as a lover and a pimp with nary of a mention of the music into which he poured his more worthwhile thoughts. Mingus' book is funny and touching at times, but it's also very repetitive (Who can keep all the women straight?/5().

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