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Charles MingusThe Lost Album From Ronnie Scott's

Label:Resonance Records – HLP-9063, Jazz Workshop – HLP-9063
3 x Vinyl, LP, Album, Limited Edition, Numbered, 180 g, Trifold
Country:USA, Canada & UK
Style:Post Bop, Avant-garde Jazz


A2Orange Was The Color Of Her Dress, Then Silk Blues (Part 1)25:18
B1Orange Was The Color Of Her Dress, Then Silk Blues (Part 2)5:26
B2Noddin’ Ya Head Blues19:52
C1Mind-Readers' Convention In Milano (AKA Number 29)29:57
C2Ko Ko (Theme)0:45
DFables Of Faubus (Part 1)21:52
E1Fables Of Faubus (Part 2)13:10
E2Pops (AKA When The Saints Go Marching In)7:17
F1The Man Who Never Sleeps18:51
F2Air Mail Special2:02

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Record Store Day exclusive release, part of the April 23rd drops. Limited to 5,000 copies on 180 gram vinyl.

Differs from The Lost Album From Ronnie Scott's - country of release.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 6 17270 12285 3
  • Barcode (Scanned, UPC-A): 617270122853
  • Rights Society: BMI
  • Rights Society: ASCAP
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side A): HLP-9063-A 38524.1 (3)... BG
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side B): HLP-9063-B 38524.2(3)... BG
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side C): HLP-9063-C BG 38524.3(3)... BG
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side D): HLP-9063-D 38524.4(3)... BG
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side E): HLP-9063-E 38628.5(3)... BG
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side F): HLP-9063-F 38628.6(3)... BG

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Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
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The Lost Album From Ronnie Scott's (3×CD, Album)Resonance RecordsHCD 2063US2022
The Lost Album From Ronnie Scott's (3×LP, Album, Limited Edition, Numbered)Resonance Records, Resonance Records, Jazz WorkshopHLP-9063, KKJ 10011Japan2022
montyj1's avatar
Overall, after a first run through, it sounds pretty damn good to me. Recording, mastering, and pressing is phenomenal. Side A sounded a tad chaotic until Noddin Ya Head Blues, but was hooked from there on in. What an adventure. Glad I managed to obtain a copy. Took a while for my record store to get them in.
mds417's avatar
There is no record store in my city but I was lucky enough to buy a copy here for basically the RSD list price. It's a beautiful collection. My copy is also dead quiet and beautifully mastered. It sounds great on my modest system. Couple of pops at the beginning of side 2 but nothing distracting and a deep cleaning will probably resolve that.
Johnnymics's avatar
Just beautiful and original. Feels like I’m sitting right there at Ronnie Scott’s as Mingus plucks away. Wonderful job all around. If you scored this at regular price, in my opinion it is a steal. 3 dead silent, flat, beautifully mastered 180g vinyl records. Not to mention a really nice gatefold to go with it. If you’re a die hard Mingus fan, I don’t think you’d be disappointed even if you paid $200 for it. With that said, I’m sure we’ll se some sort of repress in the future.
dg723254's avatar
I too am thankful to have this brilliantly recorded and mastered recording. The pressing is dead quiet and clean. I have loved Charles Mingus since I saw him live in 1974 at SMU in Dallas.
trivera12's avatar
Very thankful to have a copy of this. Sounds wonderful
designerjohnson's avatar
Edited one month ago
Occasional pops and clicks on-and-off throughout, usually at the start of a side, even after cleaning. The audio sounds very nice. But the pressing could be better. Similar experience with the Bill Evans titles on this label.
Dee4Life's avatar
Just been into a local record shop and they have 3 copies ( at £70.00 UK )
RPM.DSM's avatar
“Good” record/recording/packaging/story/piece of history? Yes, absolutely.

But…I fail to find much “captivating”/ “involving” in the performance as a listener. I’m an extremely patient and open minded person…after the 1st disc I have zero motivation to keep listening. 60 minutes should be enough time to get into a record. I do mean 60 minutes with no phone, no distractions, just focus on the music.

I felt that every time the band started going somewhere that interesting solos could happen inevitably it would all come crashing to a halt and start over.

Cool that it’s seen the light of day, but outside of an RSD hype fest, NPR story and media campaign would people be so willing to shell out the $80-90 retail? Had I heard the music first, my answer would probably be “Not many” and certainly “Not me”

Not knocking on you if you love this performance, RSD, or just love Mingus in general. Everyone’s on a different part of the journey.

For those that have spent some time with this release, what about it made you say “Wow!”? Not trying to be contrarian here, just looking for insight.
phillyspins's avatar
All I can say is: I'm relieved that I have no regrets about sitting outside of a record store overnight on the night of this man's 100th birthday to make sure I got a copy of this warmly recorded and mastered release.

Feels like Bernie Grundman is in the midst of taking the most well deserved victory tour in the history of record pressing, and working on a historical document like this must have been a real treat for he and RTI. Bravo.
AntonMassacre1's avatar
Edited one month ago
Listening to this now and it sounds absolutely magnificent. I was not expecting this level of detail/clarity on a lost live recording. Haven’t had a chance to go through the book yet but it looks great too. Must have for Mingus fans!

Just finished the complete concert - side F was perfection. What a great concert. I did locate a minor scratch on the start of side D which cause 4-5 repetitive ticks.