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Charles MingusCharles Mingus Presents Charles Mingus

Label:Jazz Images – 37105
Series:William Claxton Collection
Format:
Vinyl, LP, Album, Reissue, Stereo
Country:USA & Europe
Released:
Genre:Jazz
Style:Free Jazz, Post Bop

Tracklist

A1Folks Form No.1
DrumsDannie Richmond
TrumpetTed Curson
13:05
A2Original Faubus Fables
DrumsDannie Richmond
TrumpetTed Curson
9:07
B1What Love
Alto Saxophone, Bass ClarinetEric Dolphy
DrumsDannie Richmond
TrumpetTed Curson
15:23
B2All The Things You Could Be By Now If Sigmund Freud's Wife Was Your Mother
DrumsDannie Richmond
TrumpetTed Curson
8:36
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Notes

New York, October 20, 1960

Original session produced by Nat Hentoff

180g re-issue in gatefold packaging, with a portrait of Mingus by William Claxton in place of the original cover art.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 8 436569 192207
  • Barcode (Scanned): 8436569192207
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A runout): 175491E1/A
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B runout): 175491E2/A

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Reviews

  • Regular_George's avatar
    Great pressing clean and flawless! I m very satisfied with value for money of this copy...
    • Kloppstock's avatar
      Kloppstock
      Edited 2 years ago
      What a disappointment. Unpacking a shiny new "audiophile" pressing (as advertised on cover) and then having to listen to a noisy crackling, and well worn record, that could have been made about 70 years ago. The sound of this record by "Jazz Images" equals a second hand issue, which was played over and over again on early turntables of doubtful quality. An "antique" first issue of said condition might well deserve a grading of VG or VG-. As a modern time reissue this has to be be play graded "Poor". Don't be fooled by the shiny pristine vinyl. The noise is hidden within the perfectly cut grooves.
      At least, they dug up an old record without real scratches to copy for the "master" tape used here. Is this record supposed to be a "historic" document? To me it's a really annoying product, readily made to rip off a new generation of vinyl aficionados. And german magazine Der Spiegel or french Jazz Magazine (2) should rethink their policy of endorsing product released in this dubious series.

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