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Charles "Baron" Mingus: West Coast, 1945-49

Label: Uptown Records
Released: 2001
Track listing: The Texas Hop, Baby Take A Chance With Me, Lonesome Woman Blues, Swingin' An Echo, Ain't Jivin' Blues, Shuffle Bass Boogie, Weird Nightmare, Make Believe, Bedspread, This Subdues My Passion, Pipe Dream, Mingus Fingers, These Foolish Things, Story Of Love, He's Gone, Pennies From Heaven, Lyon's Road, Say It Isn't So, Boppin' In Boston, The Story Of Love, Inspiration, Dialogue Between Mingus And Ralph Manza

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Charles Mingus: Charles "Baron" Mingus: West Coast, 1945-49

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For documentarians and jazz enthusiasts fascinated by Charles Mingus' career and musical aesthetic, Charles 'Baron' Mingus: West Coast 1945-1949 is a vastly significant CD. For it compiles into one package all of Mingus' first vinyl recordings as a band leader in Los Angeles.Performing in venues along Central Avenue, honing his craft through lessons with ...


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