Mingus Moves
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  • This album is a jazz album interesting and rich with classical music elements of European style

    • by leincakep

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      The older, more powerful. This Predicate is feasible given, for a bass player who has great ability like Charles Mingus.

      Album under the title Mingus Moves (1973), has been released again.

      This is because public demand for jazz musicians were known eccentric.

      This album is a jazz album interesting and rich with classical music

      elements of European style.

      This album actually has marketed since 1974, with the Atlantic Records label.

      Compositions that presented on this album is the result of his hard work, since the decade of 50 to early decades of 60, and the record in New York in October 1973.

      Compositions on this album, the final phase of ...

      • his career, before dying at the age of 79 years old.

        In the album Mingus Moves, Mingus supported by Honey Gordon and Doug Hammon (vocals), George Adams (tenor saxophone, flute), Ronald Hampton (trumpet, Tambourine), Don Pullen (piano, organ), Dannie Richmond (drums), and Domingoes (bass).

        While the producer is Nesuhi Ertegun.

        What’s interesting about this album

        is, combination of colors of Africa with elements of European classical music, such as those found in the composition with the title Canon.

        In this composition, Mingus very well supported by Adams and Hampton.

        While the composition of Opus 4, Mingus tried to offer avant-bob style and smooth swing.

        Everything is offering something new in those eras.

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