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8 thoughts on “ Haitian Fight Song - Charles Mingus - The Clown (Vinyl, LP, Album)

  1. Including the original version of one of his most well-known tracks, "Haitian Fight Song", The Clown is a great album that is one of the earliest Mingus releases to show his compositional excellence as well as his stretched-out and complex sound. Another essential Mingus title on Wax Love.
  2. (Redirected from Haitian Fight Song) The Clown is an album by Charles Mingus released in September on Atlantic Records as SD It is the follow-up to 's Pithecanthropus Erectus and features the improvised narration of Jean Shepherd. A deluxe edition of The Clown was issued in on Rhino featuring two bonus tracks.
  3. The Clown, an Album by Charles Mingus. Released in on Atlantic (catalog no. 7 ; Vinyl LP). Genres: Post-Bop.
  4. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of The Clown on Discogs. Label: Atlantic - P • Format: Vinyl LP, Album • Country: Japan • Genre: Jazz • Style: Post Bop Charles Mingus - The Clown (Vinyl) | Discogs5/5(2).
  5. Mingus it's a presence who will never let us without the banquet of superb music, if we have at least this great album in our collections. "The Clown" by The Charles Mingus Jazz Workshop, it's far more than a Jazz classic, a colourful caleidoscope of sound nuances, a complex set of music played with a toy concept of the instrumentation at some points.
  6. May 13,  · taken from the Album “Mingus Mingus Mingus Mingus Mingus”, Vinyl, LP, Album, Italy - /A1/ Impulse! * also known as "Haitian Fight Song" Recorded in New York City - .
  7. In the present new release, The Clown can be enjoyed to the full from the very first note of "Haitian Fight Song" up until the words "William Morris Sends Regrets" in the title work. Recording: February and March in New York City by Tom Dowd and Larry Hiller in mono Production: Nesuhi Ertegün.
  8. Starting with the explosive, hot and frenetic “Haitian Fight Song”, that introduces the great talent of Charles Mingus from the first minute of the track, the song takes you from the addicting main theme going through the solos parts with Knepper and Mingus, into the climax return to the theme slowing down until the end.

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