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Charles Mingus / John La Porta / Teo Macero / Oliver King / Clem De Rosa / Jackson Wiley - Jazzical Moods, Volume 1 flac album

Charles Mingus / John La Porta / Teo Macero / Oliver King / Clem De Rosa / Jackson Wiley - Jazzical Moods, Volume 1 flac album
Title:
Jazzical Moods, Volume 1
Performer:
Charles Mingus
Style:
Bop, Cool Jazz
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FLAC album size:
1997 mb
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Rating:
4.2 ✪

Charles Mingus, John La Porta ‎– Jazzical Moods, Vol. 1. Label: Period Records ‎– SPL 1107. Bass, Piano – Charles Mingus. Cello – Jackson Wiley. Drums – Clem De Rosa. Tenor Saxophone – Teo Macero. Trumpet – Oliver King. Recorded in New York City; December 1954. Trumpeter Oliver King is an alias of Thad Jones. Other Versions (1 of 1) View All.

Charles Mingus, John LaPorta - Jazzical Moods (1954). Posted by durmoll at 12:25 PM. Charles Mingus, John LaPorta - Jazzical Moods (1954). jazz 1cd ers 235MB. The album features Mingus' debut on piano. Tracks 1. "What Is This Thing Called Love?" - 8:08 2. "Stormy Weather" - 3:18 3. "Minor Intrusion" - 10:13 4. "Abstractions" - 4:12 5. "Thrice Upon A Theme" - 6:40 6. "Four Hands" - 8:50 7. "The Spur Of The Moment/Echonitus" - 8:36. Personnel Bass, Piano – Charles Mingus Cello – Jackson Wiley Clarinet, Alto Saxophone – John LaPorta Drums – Clem DeRosa. Labels: Charles Mingus, jazz, John LaPorta.

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Originally released on two 10' records called Jazzical Moods, The Jazz Experiments of Charles Mingus makes its first appearance in CD. These 1954 Period Records sessions include the work of Thad Jones on trumpet and John LaPorta on clarinet and alto sax, combine old and new forms of classical and jazz for a cool jazz sound. Tracks like 'Minor Intrusion' and 'Thrice Upon a Time' demonstrate the synergy between Mingus and his players, and display his compositional skills. Charles Mingus, bass, piano John LaPorta, clarinet, alto saxophone Thad Jones, trumpet Teo Macero, tenor saxophone, baritone saxophone Jackson Wiley, cello Clem DeRosa, drums, tambourine. Recorded in New York, December 1954. Digitally remastered.

Minor Intrusion Charles Mingus; John LaPorta; Teo Macero; Thad Jones; Jackson Wiley; Clem DeRosa. 3. Stormy Weather Charles Mingus; John LaPorta; Teo Macero; Thad Jones; Jackson Wiley; Clem DeRosa. 4. Four Hands Charles Mingus; John LaPorta; Teo Macero; Thad Jones; Jackson Wiley; Clem DeRosa. 5. Thrice Upon A Theme Charles Mingus; John LaPorta; Teo Macero; Thad Jones; Jackson Wiley; Clem DeRosa. 6. The Spur Of The Moment Charles Mingus; John LaPorta; Teo Macero; Thad Jones; Jackson Wiley; Clem DeRosa. Total Playing Time 46:27. In addition to his stellar playing, LaPorta wrote or co-wrote two of the four original songs on the album. The other two tunes are rearrangements of the standards What Is This Thing Called Love? and Stormy Weather. 96 kHz, 24-bit PCM – Bethlehem Records Studio Masters.

In 1953, Macero co-founded Charles Mingus' Jazz Composers Workshop, and became a major contributor to the New York City avant-garde jazz scene. As a composer, Macero wrote in an atonal style, as well as in third stream, a synthesis of jazz and classical music. He performed live, and recorded several albums with Mingus and the other Workshop members over the next three years, including Jazzical Moods (in 1954) and Jazz Composers Workshop (in 1955). During this time, Macero also recorded Explorations (DLP-6)

Tracklist

A1 What Is This Thing Called Love?
A2 Stormy Weather
A3 Minor Intrusion
A4 Abstractions
B1 The Spur Of The Moment
B2 Four Hands
B3 Thrice Upon A Theme

Companies, etc.

  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Nippon Columbia Co., Ltd.
  • Made By – Nippon Columbia Co., Ltd.

Credits

  • Alto Saxophone – John La Porta*
  • Bass, Piano – Charles Mingus
  • Cello – Jackson Wiley
  • Drums – Clem De Rosa
  • Ensemble – Charlie Mingus' Jazz Workshop*
  • Tenor Saxophone – Teo Macero
  • Trumpet – Oliver King

Notes

Recorded in New York, December 1954

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
BCP 65 Charlie Mingus* The Jazz Experiments Of Charlie Mingus ‎(LP, Comp, Mono, RM) Bethlehem Records BCP 65 US 1956
OJCCD 1857-2 Charles Mingus / John LaPorta Charles Mingus / John LaPorta - Jazzical Moods ‎(CD, Comp, Ltd, RM) Original Jazz Classics, Period Records OJCCD 1857-2 Germany 1995
BCP 65, BET 6016-2 Charlie Mingus* The Jazz Experiments Of Charlie Mingus ‎(CD, Comp, RE) Bethlehem Records, Bethlehem Records BCP 65, BET 6016-2 Germany Unknown
UPF-180 Charles Mingus Minor Intrusions ‎(LP, Comp) UpFront Records UPF-180 US Unknown
FSR-CD 62, SPL 1107•11 Charles Mingus Jazzical Moods ‎(CD, Comp, Unofficial) Fresh Sound Records, Period Records FSR-CD 62, SPL 1107•11 Spain 1989