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Charles Mingus Three Or Four Shades Of Blues, va punk goes pop vol 6
10cf746e54 By then, he was stricken with amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, popularly known as Lou Gehrig's disease, and was wheelchair-bound during the sessions. The arrangements are still potent, even from a weak and worn out Mingus. Your email [optional] Never spammed or displayed. Allmusic Review accessed April 15, 2009. "Three or Four Shades of Blues" March 29, 1977 12:03 5.
The number of albums for review in Down Beat diminished month by month, and the record industry's money was chasing 'America's answer to the Beatles' rather than promoting jazz (unless it happened to cross over like Getz, Morgan and Silver). You requested a very large number of pages in a very short time, causing problems for our server (this can happen if you hit 'refresh' over and over, for example). (Editor) (1985). The Rolling Stone Jazz Record Guide. Three Or Four Shades Of Blues is late Mingus, and admittedly not his best, but it is still fun. Although it consisted of Mingus tunes, he had his hands too full coping with the bass (for the last time) to take any part in directing the Hampton-originated all-star group which included Woody Shaw and Gerry Mulligan. ^ The New Yorker, Volume 53, Issues 46-52, p. Three or Four Shades of Blues at Discogs (list of releases) . And they put a bow on the proceedings with a direct quote from Mendelssohn's "The Wedding March" to conclude the complex piece (which was also the title track of Mingus' 1977 Atlantic Record album). It is followed by a series of on-stage banter, tuning and false starts before the sextet tackles the epic "Cumbia & Jazz Fusion." Walrath and Ford are turned loose on top of the hypnotic cumbia groove, and they wail in uninhibited call-and-response fashion throughout, building to a cacophonous flurry midway through the 16-minute piece.