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Tonight At Noon: To Mingus With Love

Read "To Mingus With Love" reviewed by Chris Mosey


If imitation is the sincerest form of flattery, then Charles Mingus has been well and truly flattered. Tonight at Noon, a typically enigmatic free jazz piece written by the legendary bassist/bandleader, went on to become the title of a loving and extremely well-crafted memoir by his wife, Sue. Now, confusingly, it is also the name of ...

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Tonight at Noon

Label: Froidicat
Released: 2007
Track listing: Goodbye Pork Pie Hat; Boogie Stop Shuffle; Portrait; Better Get Hit in Your Soul; Eclipse; Tonight at Noon; Lonely Little Girl (She's Just Popular Miss Hybrid); Meditations.

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Jane Monheit: Tonight at Noon

Read "Tonight at Noon" reviewed by Ken Dryden


Vocalist Jane Monheit has been somewhat of a polarizing figure among jazz listeners and critics. Although she showed great potential following her second place finish in the Thelonious Monk Jazz Vocal Competition and won the Recording Debut of the Year Award from the Jazz Journalist Association, her recorded efforts since then have been a bit uneven, ...

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Tonight at Noon

Label: Water Music
Released: 2004
Track listing: Tonight at Noon, Invisible Lady, 'Old' Blues for Walt's Torin, Peggy's Blue, Skylight, Passions of a Woman Loved

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Charles Mingus: Tonight at Noon

Read "Tonight at Noon" reviewed by Joel Roberts


A valuable reissue for Mingus fans, Tonight at Noon compiles five tunes originally recorded for two of the great bassist's most important album's, 1957's The Clown and 1961's Oh Yeah. Though the two sessions cover somewhat different stylistic ground, they blend together seamlessly and amount to much more than a haphazard assemblage of dusty outtakes. The ...

Album

Tonight At Noon

Label: Label M
Released: 2001
Track listing: Tonight at Noon; Invisible Lady; "Old" Blues for Walt's Torin; Peggy's Blue Skylight; Passions of a Woman Loved.

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Charles Mingus: Tonight At Noon

Read "Tonight At Noon" reviewed by Jim Santella


What a major, charismatic figure in jazz. His compositions were filled with fire and ice. His bass playing and piano mastery served to lead stellar ensembles and to reveal Mingus' inner feelings. This album was originally issued in 1964. The two recording dates include changes of personnel. Five compositions by Charles Mingus demonstrate quite well the ...

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Tonight At Noon

Label: P.S.F. Records
Released: 0


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