|1-1||–Charles Mingus||Cumbia & Jazz Fusion
Alto Saxophone, Soprano Saxophone, Flute – Mauricio SmithBass Clarinet, Contrabass Clarinet – Gary AndersonBassoon – Gene ScholtesCongas – Alfredo Ramirez, Candido Camero*, Daniel Gonzalez*, Ray MantillaPercussion – Bradley CunnighamPiano – Bob NelomsProducer – Ilhan MimarogluTenor Saxophone, Oboe – Paul JeffreyTenor Saxophone, Percussion – Ricky FordTrumpet, Percussion – Jack WalrathVocals, Percussion – Charles Mingus
|1-2||–Charles Mingus||Myself When I Am Real
Piano – Charles MingusProducer – Bob Thiele
|1-3||–Charles Mingus Quintet*||Jump Monk
Drums – Willie JonesPiano – Mal WaldronTenor Saxophone – George BarrowTrombone – Eddie Bert
|1-4||–The Charles Mingus Jazz Workshop*||Haitian Fight Song
Piano – Wade Legge
|1-5||–Charles Mingus||Goodbye Pork Pie Hat
Piano – Horace ParlanProducer – Teo Macero
|1-6||–Charles Mingus||Half-Mast Inhibition
Alto Saxophone – John LaportaAlto Saxophone, Flute, Clarinet – Eric DolphyBaritone Saxophone – Danny BankCello – Charles McCrackenConductor – Gunther SchullerFlute – Bob Didomenica*Oboe – Harry Schulman*Percussion – George Scott , Max Roach, Sticks EvansPiano – Roland HannaProducer – Leonard FeatherTenor Saxophone – Bill Barron, Joe FarrellTenor Saxophone, Flute – Yusef LateefTrombone – Charles Greenlee, Eddie Bert, Slide HamptonTrumpet – Clark Terry, Hobart Dotson, Marcus Belgrave, Richard Williams, Ted CursonTuba – Don Butterfield
|2-1||–The Charles Mingus Jazz Workshop*||Pithecanthropus Erectus
Alto Saxophone – Jackie McLeanDrums – Willie JonesPiano – Mal WaldronTenor Saxophone – J.R. Monterose
|2-2||–Duke Ellington, Charles Mingus, Max Roach||Wig Wise
Drums – Max RoachPiano – Duke Ellington
|2-3||–Charles Mingus||Better Git It In Your Soul
Piano – Horace Parlan
|2-4||–Charles Mingus||Meditations On Integration (Part I & II)
Alto Saxophone – Charles McPhersonPiano – Jaki ByardTrombone – Lou BlackburnTrumpet – Bobby Bryant, Lonnie Hillyer, Melvin Moore Tuba – Red Callender
|2-5||–Charles Mingus Quintet* With Jackie Paris||Portrait
Alto Saxophone – Lee KonitzCello – George KoutzenDrums – Al LevittPiano – Phyllis PinkertonProducer – Charles MingusVocals – Jackie Paris
|2-6||–Charles Mingus||Hora Decubitus
Alto Saxophone, Flute, Clarinet – Eric DolphyBaritone Saxophone – Jerome RichardsonDrums – Walter PerkinsPiano – Jaki ByardProducer – Bob ThieleTenor Saxophone – Dick HaferTrombone – Britt WoodmanTrumpet – Eddie Preston, Richard WilliamsTuba – Don Butterfield
Bass – Doug WatkinsTenor Saxophone – Roland KirkVocals, Piano – Charles Mingus
Aggressive Fiery Celebratory Energetic Enigmatic Exuberant Freewheeling Joyous Raucous Spiritual. Thirteen Pictures: The Charles Mingus Anthology. It is a thankless and impossible task to sum up the career of Charles Mingus on only two CDs; everyone knows that. But Rhino does have the advantage of being a licensing company, and they did roam far afield for material from most of the important sources, to Atlantic, Debut, Impulse!, United Artists, EmArcy, Mingus' custom Jazz Workshop label, even into the hard-to-crack vaults of Columbia. Instead of a sensible chronological approach, though, Rhino scrambles the sequencing into something incomprehensible
The Black Saint and the Sinner Lady, Mingus Mingus Mingus Mingus Mingus released: 2011. Charles Mingus: Original Album Series released: 2011. Charles Mingus and the Newport Rebels released: 2010. The Savoy Recordings - Part 1 released: 2010. The Complete Bremen Concert released: 2010. Debut Rarities, Volume 3 released: 1993. Thirteen Pictures: The Charles Mingus Anthology released: 1993. Debut Rarities, Volume 1: The Charles Mingus Octet, The Jimmy Knepper Quintet released: 1992. Debut Rarities, Volume 2 released: 1992. Let My Children Hear Music released: 1992. 1964-04-19: The Great Concert of Charles Mingus: Théâtre des Champs-Elysées, Paris, France released: 1991. With Orchestra released: 1990. The Complete Debut Recordings released: 1990.
Charles Mingus lived even longer than John Coltrane did, and produced even more great music that could never fit onto a 2 CD set. Compiler Hal Willner and annotator Andrew Homzy are less interested in tracing Mingus's history than they are in highlighting his peak achievements as a composer.
The best album by Charles Mingus is The Black Saint And The Sinner Lady which is ranked number 138 in the list of all-time albums with a total rank score of 19,466. Charles Mingus album bestography. Higher ranked (74,646th) This album (84,295th) Lower ranked (84,295th) Mingus In Europe Volume IThirteen Pictures: The Charles Mingus AnthologyThirteen Pictures: The Charles Mingus Anthology. Listen to Thirteen Pictures: The Charles Mingus Anthology on YouTube. Thirteen Pictures: The Charles Mingus Anthology track list . Your feedback for Thirteen Pictures: The Charles Mingus Anthology.
It is a thankless and impossible task to sum up the career of Charles Mingus on only two CDs; everyone knows that
Charles Mingus Presents Charles Mingus is an album by jazz bassist and composer Charles Mingus, recorded in 1960. The quartet of Mingus, Eric Dolphy, Ted Curson and Dannie Richmond constituted Mingus's core working band at the time, and had been performing the material on this album for weeks at The Showplace in New York. To recreate this atmosphere, Mingus introduces the songs as if he were speaking to the audience, even admonishing them to not applaud or rattle their glasses.