Charles Mingus, Max Roach, Eric Dolphy, Roy Eldridge, Jo Jones - Newport Rebels album flac
- Album: Newport Rebels
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- Style: Bop, Post Bop
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Drums – Jo Jones, Max Roach (.Jazz Artists Guild - Roy Eldridge, Tommy Flannagan, Charles Mingus, Jo Jones.
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Bass – Charles Mingus (tracks: A1, B1, B3), John "Peck" Morrison (tracks: A2, B2). Drums – Jo Jones, Max Roach (tracks: A2). Liner Notes – Nat Hentoff. Piano – Kenny Dorham (tracks: B2), Tommy Flanagan (tracks: A1, B1, B3).
Jo Jones, Tommy Flanagan, Jimmy Knepper, Eric Dolphy, Roy Eldridge, Charles Mingus Mysterious Blues. Jo Jones, Tommy Flanagan, Jimmy Knepper, Eric Dolphy, Roy Eldridge, Charles Mingus Mysterious Blues. Charles Mingus Sextet, Eric Dolphy So Long Eric. Charles Mingus, Max Roach, Eric Dolphy, Roy Eldridge, Jo Jones Tain t Nobody s Bizness If I Do. 07:14. Charles Mingus Sextet 1964 with Eric Dolphy (Live at Cornell) 06 Take the A Train.
Charles Mingus, Max Roach, Eric Dolphy, Roy Eldridge, Jo Jones Wrap Your Troubles In Dreams. Jo Jones, Tommy Flanagan, Roy Eldridge, Charles Mingus Me and You. (play). Jo Jones, Tommy Flanagan, Roy Eldridge, Charles Mingus Wrap Your Troubles in Dreams. Charles Mingus, Max Roach, Eric Dolphy, Roy Eldridge, Jo Jones Mysterious Blues.
In 1960 bassist Charles Mingus helped to organize an alternative Newport Jazz Festival in protest of Newport's conservative and increasingly commercial booking policy. The music on this LP (which has been reissued on CD) features some of the musicians who participated in Mingus's worthy if short-lived venture. Trumpeter Roy Eldridge performs three numbers with pianist Tommy Flanagan, Mingus and drummer Jo Jones; of greatest interest is "Mysterious Blues" for it adds trombonist Jimmy Knepper and the unique altoist Eric Dolphy successfully to the group
Cornell 1964 is a live concert recording of the Charles Mingus Sextet featuring Eric Dolphy recorded at Cornell University in Ithaca, New York on March 18, 1964. The music, as a 2-CD set, was first issued in 2007. CD1. "Opening" – :16. "Atfw You" (Byard) – 4:26. Sophisticated Lady" (Ellington, Mills, Parish) – 4:23. Fables of Faubus" – 29:41. Orange Was the Colour of Her Dress, Then Blue Silk" - 15:05. Take the 'A' Train" (Strayhorn) - 17:26.
Led by Charles Mingus and Max Roach, this 1960 recording was made, in some regard, in protest. Growing increasingly annoyed by the booking policy of the Newport Jazz Festival, which he found to be too conservative and lacking in foresight, Mingus formed this group with the such future leaning artists as Eric Dolphy and Max Roach, and the vocalist Abbey Lincoln. Recorded over only two sessions at New York’s Nola Penthouse Studios, this Newport Rebels group put together a fine piece of post-bop that, despite its rather bitter beginnings, deserves to be more well known.