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8 thoughts on “ Fables Of Faubus - Charles Mingus - Mingus Ah Um (Vinyl, LP, Album) ”

  1. Mingus Ah Um is considered to be a true Jazz classic. We are excited to release the album 50 years after its original conception, as it was intended by the Angry Man of Jazz .
  2. Jul 23,  · This Mingus Ah Um reissue is also art of the cubist or postmodern sort, a refraction of the original LP through a high-end–audio prism. In place of a simple LP with an inner sleeve and cover, here we have a black box more than an inch thick holding the aforementioned photos, two 12", 45rpm records in several layers of protection.
  3. Charles Mingus Mingus Ah Um on Limited Edition g LP. Charles Mingus' Columbia sessions were both a summation of his diverse work up to that point and a bold step forward, for it was the year when at last he had the opportunity to sign with a major label and work with an old friend and musical collaborator, Teo Macero at Columbia Records. There was no stopping this incredible musical.
  4. Charles Mingus Mingus Ah Um g Import LP (Blue Vinyl) Charles Mingus. $ graceful elegy for Lester Young, who died not long before the sessions. The sharply contrasting "Fables of Faubus" is a savage mockery of segregationist Arkansas governor Orval Faubus, portrayed musically as a bumbling vaudeville clown (the scathing lyrics.
  5. Ah Um. Columbia: CK Buy CD or download online. Charles Mingus (bass), Shafi Hadi (tenor saxophone), Jimmy Knepper (trombone), Booker Ervin (tenor saxophone), Horace Parlan (piano), Dannie Richmond (drums), John Handy (alto saxophone), Willie Dennis (trombone), Shafi Hadi (alto saxophone), John Handy (clarinet), Charles Mingus (piano).
  6. "Mingus Ah Um has always sounded good. This version, though, sounds substantially better than the other versions. In fact, this Mingus Ah Um is one of the best-sounding classic jazz albums I own, with a big, deep soundstage, visceral images, and tons of impact. The vinyl is dead quiet. It's nearly perfect." – Jim Austin, Stereophile.
  7. Charles Mingus - Mingus Ah Um (Blue) 1 Better Git It in Your Soul Goodbye Pork Pie Hat Boogie Stop Shuffle Self-Portrait in Three Colors Open Letter to Duke Bird Calls Fables of Faubus Pussy Cat Dues Jelly Roll
  8. Dec 14,  · Fables of Faubus, by Charles Mingus Jazz music, with its long history in the traditions of black people in America, acted as the background music to the civil rights movement in the late 50s and into the 60s. Gospel played that role within the communities, connecting the people in their churches, in the movement’s meetings and on marches.

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