Joni Mitchell - Mingus download album
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Joni Mitchell - Goodbye Pork Pie Hat /Album:Mingus 1979 A tribute album to the great Bass Player and composer Charles Mingus.
Mingus is the tenth studio album by Canadian singer-songwriter Joni Mitchell, and a collaboration with composer and jazz musician Charles Mingus. Recorded in the months before his death, it would be Mingus's final musical project; the album is wholly dedicated to him. Mingus was released on June 13, 1979. The album is quite experimental, featuring minimalist jazz, over-plucked, buzzing acoustic guitars, and even wolves howling through "The Wolf That Lives in Lindsey".
Joni Mitchell - Guitar & Vocals Jaco Pastorius - Bass; Horn Arrangement on The Dry Cleaner From Des Moines Wayne Shorter - Soprano Sax Herbie Hancock - Electric Piano Peter Erskine - Drums Don Alias - Congas Emil Richards - Percussion Wolves. Wayne Shorter appears courtesy of ARC Records Herbie Hancock appears courtesy of Columbia Records . Joni said that this was meant as a collaboration, not an adaptation or a cover-album, and you can almost hear her and Mingus dancing with each other throughout the songs. Plus, the two she wrote along are some of her best work- Lindsey is absolutely spine-tingling.
In the months prior to the passing of legendary jazz bassist Charles Mingus, Joni Mitchell had been personally summoned by the bop pioneer to collaborate on a musical version of . Eliot's Four Quartets. The project would entail Mitchell to condense the text for Mingus to score instrumentally. He planned on utilizing a full orchestra, as well as the more traditional guitar and bass. They would accompany Mitchell's vocals and the narration of selected portions of the text
Guitar, Vocals – Joni Mitchell. Management – Elliot Roberts. Mastered By – Bernie Grundman. Mixed By – Henry Lewy, Joni Mitchell, Steve Katz (2). Painting – Joni Mitchell. Percussion – Emil Richards. Producer – Henry Lewy, Joni Mitchell. Recorded By – Henry Lewy, Steve Katz (2). Recorded By – Henry Lewy, Jerry Solomon. In memory of Charles Mingus 1922-1979. 1979 Asylum Records. 1979 An Elektra/Asylum Recording. White Inner sleeve: PATENT Nos.
By: Joni Mitchell (1979, Jazz). More albums from Joni Mitchell: Wild Things Run Fast by Joni Mitchell. Clouds by Joni Mitchell. Court And Spark by Joni Mitchell. Both Sides Now by Joni Mitchell. Shadows And Light by Joni Mitchell. Night Ride Home by Joni Mitchell. Shine by Joni Mitchell. For The Roses by Joni Mitchell. View all albums . Mingus. By: Joni Mitchell (1979, Jazz). 1. Happy Birthday 1975 (Rap).
Charles Mingus had called upon Joni Mitchell in the last months of his life to work on a musical version of . Elliot’s Four Quartets, a project which ultimately was scrapped but served as the catalyst to Joni’s Mingus album. Initial recordings for this album were done with other musicians, but Joni settled upon an all-star cast of Jaco on bass, along with Herbie Hancock, Wayne Shorter, Peter Erskine, Don Alias and others. Sadly, Mingus died before this album was completed.
Mingus is the tenth studio album by Joni Mitchell in collaboration which the late jazz musician Charles Mingus. It is one of the final albums Charles Mingus recorded before his death. Featuring Charles Mingus. Producers Joni Mitchell. Writers Joni Mitchell, Joni Mitchell/Charles Mingus & Mildred J. Hill. Bass Guitar Jaco Pastorius.
When Joni Mitchell called Jaco to collaborate on the Charles Mingus project she had been working on and wrestling with, having recorded and re-recorded the same tunes with a number of different bands, Jaco insisted that I be the drummer. His insistence was good enough to get me on the album. According to Erskine, it was also Pastorius' idea to reach out to Herbie Hancock, an invitation that would plant the seeds of a great friendship between the keyboard icon and Mitchell, which culminated in Hancock paying homage to her with his 2007 masterpiece, River: The Joni Letters.
Band Name Joni Mitchell.
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|A1||Happy Birthday 1975 (Rap)||0:58|
|A2||God Must Be A Boogie Man||4:39|
|A4||A Chair In The Sky
Composed By – Charles Mingus
|A5||The Wolf That Lives In Lindsey||6:38|
|B1||I's A Muggin' (Rap)||0:08|
|B2||Sweet Sucker Dance
Composed By – Charles Mingus
|B3||Coin In The Pocket (Rap)||0:12|
|B4||The Dry Cleaner From Des Moines
Arranged By [Horns] – Jaco PastoriusComposed By – Charles Mingus
|B6||Goodbye Pork Pie Hat
Composed By – Charles Mingus
- Made By – WEA Musik GmbH
- Artwork – Joni Mitchell
- Bass – Jaco Pastorius
- Congas – Don Alias
- Drums – Peter Erskine
- Electric Piano – Herbie Hancock
- Guitar, Vocals – Joni Mitchell
- Lyrics By – Joni Mitchell
- Mastered By – Bernie Grundman
- Mixed By – Henry Lewy, Joni Mitchell, Steve Katz
- Percussion – Emil Richards
- Recorded By – Henry Lewy, Jerry Solomon, Steve Katz
- Soprano Saxophone – Wayne Shorter
NotesIn Memory Of Charles Mingus 1922-1979
Made in Germany
Catalog number 'AS 53091' appears on back of sleeve and spine (also with the original U.S. catalog number '5E-505' in brackets), 'K 53 091' only on disc (with no other numbers).
Back of sleeve has embossed Warner "W" logo on bottom left corner.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 075596055710
- Rights Society: GEMA/BIEM
|5E-505||Joni Mitchell||Mingus (LP, Album, SP)||Asylum Records||5E-505||US||1979|
|CD 505||Joni Mitchell||Mingus (HDCD, Album, RE, RM)||Asylum Records||CD 505||Canada||Unknown|
|P-10626Y||Joni Mitchell||Mingus (LP, Album, Promo)||Asylum Records||P-10626Y||Japan||1979|
|AS 53091||Joni Mitchell||Mingus (LP, Album, Gat)||Asylum Records||AS 53091||Germany||1979|
|AS 53 091 (5E-505)||Joni Mitchell||Mingus (LP, Album, Gat)||Asylum Records||AS 53 091 (5E-505)||France||1979|