|1||Bud Spangler Interview With Roy Brooks And Commentary|
Interviewee – Roy BrooksInterviewer – Bud Spangler
|2||Dizzy Profile (Alternate Take)||12:00|
|3||Celia (Alternate Take)||24:15|
|4||Introduction Of The Band By Bud Spangler / Celia||23:35|
|5||Orange Was the Color of Her Dress, Then Blue Silk||20:12|
|6||Pithecanthropus Erectus (Alternate Take)||19:40|
|7||Peggy's Blue Skylight||18:15|
|9||Strata Gallery Announcement / Radio Broadcast WDET FM||6:49|
|11||Noddin' Ya Head Blues||25:59|
|12||C Jam Blues||26:58|
|13||The Man Who Never Sleeps||15:04|
|BBE453ACD||Mingus||Jazz In Detroit / Strata Concert Gallery / 46 Selden (5xCD, Album + Box, Dlx)||BBE, 180 Proof Records, Strata Records , Jazz Workshop, Sue Mingus Music||BBE453ACD||UK||2018|
|none||Charles Mingus||Jazz In Detroit / Strata Concert Gallery / 46 Selden (12xFile, FLAC, Album, RE, 24-)||BBE Music||none||2018|
|BBE453ALP||Mingus||Jazz In Detroit / Strata Concert Gallery / 46 Selden (5xLP, Album, 180 + Box, Dlx)||BBE, 180 Proof Records, Strata Records , Jazz Workshop, Sue Mingus Music||BBE453ALP||Europe||2018|
Recorded February 13th, 1973, at the Strata Concert Gallery.
Track 13 is exclusive to digital versions, not included with LP or CD releases.
Performers are not indicated in info with digital version, information from physical releases.
Jazz in Detroit, Strata Concert Gallery, 46 Selden - Charles Mingus. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. The Strata Concert Gallery was an essential Detroit space founded by Kenny and Barbara Cox in a Motor City jazz scene that included the Contemporary Jazz Quintet Kenny's band, Tribe, Sphere, the Lyman Woodard Organization, Ron English, and more. This broadcast was hosted by drummer and producer R. Bud Spangler on the city's public radio station, WDET-FM 101. This performance was captured during an opening night, three-hour concert on February 13. In addition to Mingus, Brooks anchors the rhythm section, while fellow Detroit hard bopper Joe Gardner holds down the trumpet chair. The remainder includes pianist Don Pullen and saxophonist John Stubblefield. 5LP Boxset includes 5x180g vinyl, booklet & poster The radical discovery by Amir Abdullah of 5 two-track master tapes in the care of Hermine Brooks widow of innovative Detroit drummer Roy Brooks of the Charles Mingus Quintet recorded live in Detroit at Strata Concert Gallery is cause for some serious celebration. These electrifying recordings took place during Mingus week-long residency in February 1973. They were broadcast live by drummerproducer and broadcaster Robert Bud Spangler for WDET FM a public radio station dedicated to jazz from Kenny and Barbara Coxs multi-purpose. Over a four-decade career that tracked and helped precipitate jazzs evolution from swing through bebop and the avant-garde toward a broadly defined and omnivorous form, the virtuoso bassist and legendary bandleader talked a volatile game, played it like he walked it, and composed with an emotional immediacy that reflected no one else. Of all the storylines that Jazz in Detroit, a newly discovered document of a February 1973 gig, offers, how Mingus internal creative conflicts produced gloriously oversized music is the mightiest. Review: Charles Mingus Jazz in Detroit Sheds Light on an Overlooked Era. A hefty new box set, recorded live in 1973, captures the legendary bassist at the helm of a short-lived yet top-tier band. We hear MC Bud Spangler, broadcasting from on site, giving directions to the Strata Concert Gallery - the home of Strata Records, an important local label of the period that DJ and Jazz in Detroit project coordinator Amir Abdullah has spent years researching and reviving - offering free admission to anyone who can bring a backup amp down to the show, bemoaning the sparse attendance. Pre-order x5 LP vinyl box set, x5 CD box set or digital: BBE Music and 180 Proof Records unearth long-lost intimate concert tapes from one of the greatest composers and bassists in the history of American Music, Charles Mingus. Transmitted live by producer and broadcaster Robert Bud Spangler for WDET-FM radio, these rare recordings from reels discovered by DJ Amir Abdullah capture Mingus during his week-long residency at the intimate Strata Concert Gallery in Detroit, 1973. Узнавайте о релизах, читайте рецензии, изучайте композиция дорожка трек-листы, рекомендации и прочую информацию о Mingus - Jazz In Detroit, Strata Concert Gallery, 46 Selden на meets strata: live from the gallery. Im trying to play the truth of what I am. The reason its difficult is because Im changing all the time. Charles Mingus. Thanks to BBE, 180 Proof Records and Strata Records we can now tune in to WDET-FM and transport ourselves back to Detroit 73, and get a taste of the furious energy and compositional sophistication of a unique and modern master at work in the most intimate of settings