Ive Got It Bad - Charles Mingus - Mingus At Monterey (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. Recorded September 20, , at the Monterey Jazz Festival, Monterey, California. Original private pressing available through mail order only from Mingus himself. Originally Issued as a double LP in a single pocket cover/5(3).
  2. I've Got It Bad: A2: In A Sentimental Mood: A3: All Too Soon: A4: Mood Indigo: A5: Sophisticated Lady: A6: A Train: B1: A Train (Part II) B2: Orange Was The Color Of Her Dress, Then Blue Silk Written-By – Charles Mingus: C1: Orange Was The Color Of Her Dress, Then Blue Silk (Part II) C2: Meditations On Integration Written-By – Charles /5.
  3. Finally released for world-wide public sale by Charles Mingus. Exclusively distributed by Philippe Thomas and Musidisc et America records in France, Germany, Italy and Spain. Issued in a gatefold cover. Released approximately late 70s Recorded September 20, , at the Monterey Jazz Festival, Monterey, California/5(4).
  4. Recorded September 20, , at the Monterey Jazz Festival, Monterey, California. Finally released for world-wide public sale by Charles Mingus. Exclusively distributed by Saul Zaentz and Fantasy Records. Balanced Stereo printed at bottom of labels. Sides as follows: Side 1A = side 1 Side 2A = side 2 Side 1B = side 3 Side 2B = side 44/5(18).
  5. The bass playing (particularly the solo "I Got it Bad") is magnificent and, as always, so is Dannie Richmond's drumming. John Handy (subbing for Booker Ervin) contributes a solo on "A Train". The Orchestral "Meditations" is frantic and reminiscent of other large ensemble works by Mingus (which, sadly, tend to be under-rehearsed)/5(8).
  6. One of the high points of Charles Mingus' career was his appearance at the Monterey Jazz Festival. This double LP contains the entire set: a lengthy Duke Ellington medley, "Orange Was the Color of Her Dress," and a stunning version of "Meditations on Integration" as performed by a piece group featuring such players as altoist Charles McPherson, John Handy (on tenor), trumpeter Lonnie 9/
  7. Charles Mingus - Mingus At Monterey (2xLP, Album, RE) Recorded September 20, , at the Monterey Jazz Festival, Monterey, California. Originally released as "Mingus At Monterey" (Jazz Workshop JWS /). Finally released for world-wide public sale by Charles Mingus. Exclusively distributed by Saul Zaentz and Fantasy Records.
  8. Discogs: Vinyl, Mingus At Monterey. リリースのクレジット、レビュー、トラックを確認し、購入。/5(11).