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Blues & Roots

Charles Mingus

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1
Wednesday Night Prayer Meeting MQ Audio Mono 44.1, 96, 192
00:05:45

TOM DOWD, Recording Engineer - Nesuhi Ertegun, Producer - Pepper Adams, Additional Saxophone - Jimmy Knepper, Trombone - Horace Parlan, Piano - Charles Mingus, Composer, MainArtist - Booker Ervin, Tenor Saxophone - Dannie Richmond, Drums - Jackie McLean, Alto Saxophone - John Handy, Alto Saxophone - Willie Dennis, Trombone

1960 Atlantic Records 1960 Atlantic Records

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Cryin' Blues MQ Audio Mono 44.1, 96, 192
00:05:03

TOM DOWD, Recording Engineer - Nesuhi Ertegun, Producer - Pepper Adams, Additional Saxophone - Jimmy Knepper, Trombone - Horace Parlan, Piano - Charles Mingus, Composer, MainArtist - Booker Ervin, Tenor Saxophone - Dannie Richmond, Drums - Jackie McLean, Alto Saxophone - John Handy, Alto Saxophone - Willie Dennis, Trombone

1960 Atlantic Records 1960 Atlantic Records

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Moanin' MQ Audio Mono 44.1, 96, 192
00:07:58

TOM DOWD, Recording Engineer - Nesuhi Ertegun, Producer - Pepper Adams, Additional Saxophone - Jimmy Knepper, Trombone - Horace Parlan, Piano - Charles Mingus, Composer, MainArtist - Booker Ervin, Tenor Saxophone - Dannie Richmond, Drums - Jackie McLean, Alto Saxophone - John Handy, Alto Saxophone - Willie Dennis, Trombone

1960 Atlantic Records 1960 Atlantic Records

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Tensions MQ Audio Mono 44.1, 96, 192
00:06:31

TOM DOWD, Recording Engineer - Nesuhi Ertegun, Producer - Pepper Adams, Additional Saxophone - Jimmy Knepper, Trombone - Horace Parlan, Piano - Charles Mingus, Composer, MainArtist - Booker Ervin, Tenor Saxophone - Dannie Richmond, Drums - Jackie McLean, Alto Saxophone - John Handy, Alto Saxophone - Willie Dennis, Trombone

1960 Atlantic Records 1960 Atlantic Records

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My Jelly Roll Soul MQ Audio Mono 44.1, 96, 192
00:06:51

TOM DOWD, Recording Engineer - Nesuhi Ertegun, Producer - Pepper Adams, Additional Saxophone - Jimmy Knepper, Trombone - Horace Parlan, Piano - Charles Mingus, Composer, MainArtist - Booker Ervin, Tenor Saxophone - Dannie Richmond, Drums - Jackie McLean, Alto Saxophone - John Handy, Alto Saxophone - Willie Dennis, Trombone

1960 Atlantic Records 1960 Atlantic Records

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E's Flat Ah's Flat Too MQ Audio Mono 44.1, 96, 192
00:06:43

TOM DOWD, Recording Engineer - Nesuhi Ertegun, Producer - Pepper Adams, Additional Saxophone - Jimmy Knepper, Trombone - Horace Parlan, Piano - Charles Mingus, Composer, MainArtist - Booker Ervin, Tenor Saxophone - Dannie Richmond, Drums - Jackie McLean, Alto Saxophone - John Handy, Alto Saxophone - Willie Dennis, Trombone

1960 Atlantic Records 1960 Atlantic Records

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