Mingus - Out Of Season album FLAC
Out of Season is a studio album by Portishead frontwoman Beth Gibbons and former Talk Talk bassist Paul Webb (under the pseudonym Rustin Man). It was released on 28 October 2002 in the United Kingdom and on 7 October 2003 in the United States. Out of Season is largely a folk album with jazz leanings, with Gibbons and Webb drawing more directly on the influences of Nina Simone, Billie Holiday, and Nick Drake, at which Portishead's work in trip hop only hinted.
Mingus released this album on the infamous Candid label, who allowed him more creative control than previous labels could afford. Subsequently, Mingus was allowed to record vocals on the previously mentioned Fables of Faubus, which was re-recorded and renamed Original Faubus Fables. Of all of Mingus’ works, this is a stand-out piece of unique improvisation. The album on the whole is a creative masterpiece. Blues and Roots (1960). Blues and Roots is a hard-hitting, rip-roaring album. Mingus recorded this album with an extensive range of gifted musicians, including Booker Ervin on tenor saxophone, and the arrangements being crafted by the infamous Bob Hammer. Forming this relationship with Hammer was invaluable for Mingus’ personal musical development. He would later refer to Hammer as his Beethoven. A stand out track would be Group Dancers.
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Label Code: LC 07142. Matrix, Runout (A side run out, etched): BETH +LP+1+A. Matrix, Runout (B side run out, etched): BETH +LP+1+B FRANK @ TOWNHOUSE. Rights Society: BIEM/MCPS. Other Versions (5 of 30) View All.
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Mingus Ah Um. Artist: Charles Mingus Release Year: 1959. Personnel: Charles Mingus (bass), John Handy (reeds), Booker Ervin (tenor sax), Shafi Hadi (saxophones), Willie Dennis (trombone), Jimmy Knepper (trombone), Horace Parlan (piano), Dannie Richmond (drums). Why You Need This Album: For those seeking to venture a little out of their jazz comfort zone, Out to Lunch!is the perfect place to start. Widely regarded as Dolphy's best album, it was his only record for Blue Note, and it came out just a few months before his tragic death caused by complications from diabetes. His angular, oddly-timed compositions give the album's talented personnel plenty of latitude to explore, but-free as it is-the album's outré inclinations are still couched within a swinging, tuneful sensibility that won't turn off jazz traditionalists.
Out of Season (album). Out of Season (short story). Out of Season (film). Out of Season (album). Out of Season is a studio album by Portishead frontwoman Beth Gibbons and former Talk Talk bassist Paul Webb (under the pseudonym Rustin Man). It was released on 28 October 2002 in the United Kingdom and on 7 October 2003 in the United States
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