Mingus Ah Um (50th anniversary 2 disc edition (bundles Mingus Dynasty))

~ Release by Charles Mingus (see all versions of this release, 22 available)

Annotation

Legacy Edition

Annotation last modified on 2012-03-06 01:21 UTC.

Tracklist

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CD 1
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1Better Git It in Your Soul
recorded in:
New York, New York, United States (on 1959-05-05)
producer:
Teo Macero
alto saxophone:
John Handy (US jazz alto saxophonist, born 1933) (on 1959-05-05)
double bass:
Charles Mingus (on 1959-05-05)
drums (drum set):
Dannie Richmond (drummer) (on 1959-05-05)
piano:
Horace Parlan (on 1959-05-05)
tenor saxophone:
Curtis Porter (on 1959-05-05) and Booker Ervin (on 1959-05-05)
trombone:
Jimmy Knepper (Trombonist) (on 1959-05-05)
recording of:
Better Git It in Your Soul (on 1959-05-05)
composer:
Charles Mingus
publisher:
Jazz Workshop, Inc.
57:21
2Goodbye Pork Pie Hat
producer:
Teo Macero
double bass:
Charles Mingus (on 1959-05-12)
drums (drum set):
Dannie Richmond (drummer) (on 1959-05-12)
piano:
Horace Parlan (on 1959-05-12)
tenor saxophone:
Booker Ervin (on 1959-05-12) and John Handy (US jazz alto saxophonist, born 1933) (on 1959-05-12)
recording of:
Goodbye Pork Pie Hat (instrumental) (on 1959-05-12)
composer:
Charles Mingus
publisher:
Adams Avenue, Flying Red Rhino, Jazz Workshop, Inc., Songs of Kobalt Music Publishing and The Mingus Music Werkshop
recording of:
Goodbye Pork Pie Hat
lyricist:
Roland Kirk
composer:
Charles Mingus
is based on:
Goodbye Pork Pie Hat (instrumental)
5:43
3Boogie Stop Shuffle
producer:
Teo Macero
alto saxophone:
John Handy (US jazz alto saxophonist, born 1933) (on 1959-05-12)
double bass:
Charles Mingus (on 1959-05-12)
drums (drum set):
Dannie Richmond (drummer) (on 1959-05-12)
piano:
Horace Parlan (on 1959-05-12)
tenor saxophone:
Curtis Porter (on 1959-05-12) and Booker Ervin (on 1959-05-12)
trombone:
Willie Dennis (on 1959-05-12)
recording of:
Boogie Stop Shuffle (on 1959-05-12)
composer:
Charles Mingus
4:59
4Self-Portrait in Three Colors
producer:
Teo Macero
alto saxophone:
John Handy (US jazz alto saxophonist, born 1933) (on 1959-05-12)
double bass:
Charles Mingus (on 1959-05-12)
drums (drum set):
Dannie Richmond (drummer) (on 1959-05-12)
piano:
Horace Parlan (on 1959-05-12)
tenor saxophone:
Curtis Porter (on 1959-05-12) and Booker Ervin (on 1959-05-12)
trombone:
Willie Dennis (on 1959-05-12)
recording of:
Self-Portrait in Three Colors (on 1959-05-12)
composer:
Charles Mingus
publisher:
Jazz Workshop (American label founded by Charles Mingus) and Jazz Workshop, Inc.
3:08
5Open Letter to Duke
producer:
Teo Macero
alto saxophone:
Curtis Porter (on 1959-05-12) and John Handy (US jazz alto saxophonist, born 1933) (on 1959-05-12)
double bass:
Charles Mingus (on 1959-05-12)
drums (drum set):
Dannie Richmond (drummer) (on 1959-05-12)
piano:
Horace Parlan (on 1959-05-12)
tenor saxophone:
Booker Ervin (on 1959-05-12)
trombone:
Willie Dennis (on 1959-05-12)
recording of:
Open Letter to Duke (on 1959-05-12)
composer:
Charles Mingus
publisher:
Jazz Workshop, Inc.
5:49
6Bird Calls
recorded in:
New York, New York, United States (on 1959-05-05)
producer:
Teo Macero
alto saxophone:
Curtis Porter (on 1959-05-05) and John Handy (US jazz alto saxophonist, born 1933) (on 1959-05-05)
double bass:
Charles Mingus (on 1959-05-05)
drums (drum set):
Dannie Richmond (drummer) (on 1959-05-05)
piano:
Horace Parlan (on 1959-05-05)
tenor saxophone:
Booker Ervin (on 1959-05-05)
recording of:
Bird Calls (on 1959-05-05)
composer:
Charles Mingus
6:17
7Fables of Faubus
recording of:
Fables of Faubus (instrumental version)
composer:
Charles Mingus
publisher:
Jazz Workshop, Inc.
8:13
8Pussy Cat Dues
recorded in:
New York, New York, United States (on 1959-05-05)
producer:
Teo Macero
clarinet:
John Handy (US jazz alto saxophonist, born 1933) (on 1959-05-05)
double bass:
Charles Mingus (on 1959-05-05)
drums (drum set):
Dannie Richmond (drummer) (on 1959-05-05)
piano:
Horace Parlan (on 1959-05-05)
tenor saxophone:
Curtis Porter (on 1959-05-05) and Booker Ervin (on 1959-05-05)
trombone:
Jimmy Knepper (Trombonist) (on 1959-05-05)
recording of:
Pussy Cat Dues (on 1959-05-05)
composer:
Charles Mingus
9:13
9Jelly Roll
recorded in:
New York, New York, United States (on 1959-05-05)
producer:
Teo Macero
alto saxophone:
Curtis Porter (on 1959-05-05) and John Handy (US jazz alto saxophonist, born 1933) (on 1959-05-05)
double bass:
Charles Mingus (on 1959-05-05)
drums (drum set):
Dannie Richmond (drummer) (on 1959-05-05)
piano:
Horace Parlan (on 1959-05-05)
tenor saxophone:
Booker Ervin (on 1959-05-05)
trombone:
Jimmy Knepper (Trombonist) (on 1959-05-05)
recording of:
Jelly Roll (on 1959-05-05)
composer:
Charles Mingus
part of:
The Real Book (compilation of jazz standards, Volume I)
6:16
10Pedal Point Blues
recorded in:
New York, New York, United States (on 1959-05-05)
producer:
Teo Macero
alto saxophone:
John Handy (US jazz alto saxophonist, born 1933) (on 1959-05-05)
double bass and piano:
Charles Mingus (on 1959-05-05)
drums (drum set):
Dannie Richmond (drummer) (on 1959-05-05)
piano:
Horace Parlan (on 1959-05-05)
tenor saxophone:
Curtis Porter (on 1959-05-05) and Booker Ervin (on 1959-05-05)
trombone:
Jimmy Knepper (Trombonist) (on 1959-05-05)
recording of:
Pedal Point Blues (on 1959-05-05)
composer:
Charles Mingus
6:28
11GG Train
producer:
Teo Macero
alto saxophone:
John Handy (US jazz alto saxophonist, born 1933) (on 1959-05-12)
double bass:
Charles Mingus (on 1959-05-12)
drums (drum set):
Dannie Richmond (drummer) (on 1959-05-12)
piano:
Horace Parlan (on 1959-05-12)
tenor saxophone:
Booker Ervin (on 1959-05-12) and Shafi Hadi (on 1959-05-12)
trombone:
Willie Dennis (on 1959-05-12)
recording of:
GG Train (on 1959-05-12)
composer:
Charles Mingus
4:38
12Girl of My Dreams
producer:
Teo Macero
alto saxophone:
Curtis Porter (on 1959-05-12) and John Handy (US jazz alto saxophonist, born 1933) (on 1959-05-12)
double bass:
Charles Mingus (on 1959-05-12)
drums (drum set):
Dannie Richmond (drummer) (on 1959-05-12)
piano:
Horace Parlan (on 1959-05-12)
tenor saxophone:
Booker Ervin (on 1959-05-12)
trombone:
Willie Dennis (on 1959-05-12)
recording of:
Girl of My Dreams (on 1959-05-12)
lyricist and composer:
Charles Clapp (in 1927)
4:08
13Bird Calls (alternate)
recording of:
Bird Calls
composer:
Charles Mingus
4:54
CD 2
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1Better Git It in Your Soul (alternate)8:30
2Jelly Roll (alternate)
recording of:
Jelly Roll
lyricist:
Elvis Costello
composer:
Charles Mingus
version of:
Jelly Roll
6:41
3Slop
producer:
Teo Macero
alto saxophone:
John Handy (US jazz alto saxophonist, born 1933) (on 1959-11-13)
cello:
Seymour Barab (on 1959-11-13) and Maurice Brown (jazz cellist) (on 1959-11-13)
double bass:
Charles Mingus (on 1959-11-13)
drums (drum set):
Dannie Richmond (drummer) (on 1959-11-13)
piano:
“Sir” Roland Hanna (jazz pianist) (on 1959-11-13)
tenor saxophone:
Booker Ervin (on 1959-11-13)
trombone:
Jimmy Knepper (Trombonist) (on 1959-11-13)
trumpet:
Don Ellis (trumpet) (on 1959-11-13)
recorded at:
CBS 30th Street Studio in Manhattan, New York, United States (on 1959-11-13)
recording of:
Slop (on 1959-11-13)
composer:
Charles Mingus
publisher:
Jazz Workshop, Inc.
6:15
4Diane
recording of:
Diane
composer:
Charles Mingus
7:28
5Song With Orange
recording of:
Song With Orange
composer:
Charles Mingus
publisher:
Jazz Workshop, Inc.
6:47
6Gunslinging Bird
producer:
Teo Macero
alto saxophone:
John Handy (US jazz alto saxophonist, born 1933) (on 1959-11-01)
baritone saxophone:
Jerome Richardson (on 1959-11-01)
double bass:
Charles Mingus (on 1959-11-01)
drums (drum set):
Dannie Richmond (drummer) (on 1959-11-01)
piano:
“Sir” Roland Hanna (jazz pianist) (on 1959-11-01)
tenor saxophone:
Booker Ervin (on 1959-11-01) and Benny Golson (on 1959-11-01)
trombone:
Jimmy Knepper (Trombonist) (on 1959-11-01)
trumpet:
Richard Williams (jazz trumpeter) (on 1959-11-01)
vibraphone:
Teddy Charles (on 1959-11-01)
recorded at:
CBS 30th Street Studio in Manhattan, New York, United States (on 1959-11-01)
recording of:
Gunslinging Bird (on 1959-11-01)
composer:
Charles Mingus
publisher:
Jazz Workshop, Inc.
5:12
7Things Ain't What They Used to Be
producer:
Teo Macero
alto saxophone:
John Handy (US jazz alto saxophonist, born 1933) (on 1959-11-13)
double bass:
Charles Mingus (on 1959-11-13)
drums (drum set):
Dannie Richmond (drummer) (on 1959-11-13)
piano:
“Sir” Roland Hanna (jazz pianist) (on 1959-11-13)
tenor saxophone:
Booker Ervin (on 1959-11-13)
trombone:
Jimmy Knepper (Trombonist) (on 1959-11-13)
trumpet:
Don Ellis (trumpet) (on 1959-11-13)
recorded at:
CBS 30th Street Studio in Manhattan, New York, United States (on 1959-11-13)
instrumental recording of:
Things Ain’t What They Used to Be (on 1959-11-13)
lyricist:
Ted Persons
composer:
Mercer Ellington (in 1942)
7:35
8Far Wells, Mill Valley6:11
9New Now Know How
producer:
Teo Macero
alto saxophone:
John Handy (US jazz alto saxophonist, born 1933) (on 1959-11-01)
double bass [bass]:
Charles Mingus (on 1959-11-01)
drums (drum set):
Dannie Richmond (drummer) (on 1959-11-01)
piano:
Floris Nico Bunink (on 1959-11-01)
tenor saxophone:
Booker Ervin (on 1959-11-01)
trombone:
Jimmy Knepper (Trombonist) (on 1959-11-01)
recorded at:
CBS 30th Street Studio in Manhattan, New York, United States (on 1959-11-01)
recording of:
New Now Know How (on 1959-11-01)
composer:
Charles Mingus
publisher:
Jazz Workshop, Inc.
4:12
10Mood Indigo
producer:
Teo Macero
alto saxophone:
John Handy (US jazz alto saxophonist, born 1933) (on 1959-11-13)
double bass:
Charles Mingus (on 1959-11-13)
drums (drum set):
Dannie Richmond (drummer) (on 1959-11-13)
piano:
“Sir” Roland Hanna (jazz pianist) (on 1959-11-13)
tenor saxophone:
Booker Ervin (on 1959-11-13)
trombone:
Jimmy Knepper (Trombonist) (on 1959-11-13)
trumpet:
Don Ellis (trumpet) (on 1959-11-13)
recorded at:
CBS 30th Street Studio in Manhattan, New York, United States (on 1959-11-13)
instrumental recording of:
Mood Indigo (1930 jazz composition and song) (on 1959-11-13)
lyricist:
Irving Mills (in 1930)
composer:
Barney Bigard (in 1930) and Duke Ellington (US composer, pianist & jazz bandleader) (in 1930)
publisher:
EMI Mills Music Inc. (ASCAP-affiliated) (in 1930), EMI Music Publishing Ltd. (in 1930) and Lawrence Wright Music Co., Ltd. (in 1930)
part of:
The Real Book (compilation of jazz standards, Volume I)
8:12
11Put Me in That Dungeon
producer:
Teo Macero
alto saxophone:
John Handy (US jazz alto saxophonist, born 1933) (on 1959-11-13)
cello:
Seymour Barab (on 1959-11-13) and Maurice Brown (jazz cellist) (on 1959-11-13)
double bass:
Charles Mingus (on 1959-11-13)
drums (drum set):
Dannie Richmond (drummer) (on 1959-11-13)
piano:
“Sir” Roland Hanna (jazz pianist) (on 1959-11-13)
tenor saxophone:
Booker Ervin (on 1959-11-13)
trombone:
Jimmy Knepper (Trombonist) (on 1959-11-13)
trumpet:
Don Ellis (trumpet) (on 1959-11-13)
recorded at:
CBS 30th Street Studio in Manhattan, New York, United States (on 1959-11-13)
recording of:
Put Me in That Dungeon (on 1959-11-13)
composer:
Charles Mingus
2:51
12Strollin' (Nostalgia in Times Square)
producer:
Teo Macero
alto saxophone:
John Handy (US jazz alto saxophonist, born 1933) (on 1959-11-01)
baritone saxophone:
Jerome Richardson (on 1959-11-01)
double bass:
Charles Mingus (on 1959-11-01)
drums (drum set):
Dannie Richmond (drummer) (on 1959-11-01)
piano:
Floris Nico Bunink (on 1959-11-01)
tenor saxophone:
Booker Ervin (on 1959-11-01) and Benny Golson (on 1959-11-01)
trombone:
Jimmy Knepper (Trombonist) (on 1959-11-01)
vocals:
Honey Gordon (on 1959-11-01)
recorded at:
CBS 30th Street Studio in Manhattan, New York, United States (on 1959-11-01)
recording of:
Strollin' (on 1959-11-01)
lyricist:
George Gordon (English poet, known as Lord Byron)
composer:
Charles Mingus
4:33