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Charles Mingus Presents Charles Mingus LP Vinil 180 Gramas Bernie Grundman Candid AAA 2022 USA

Artista: Charles Mingus
Título: Presents Charles Mingus
Número de Catálogo: CLP 30051
Editora: Candid
Reeditado por: Candid
Código de Barras: 708857300518
Ano da edição original: 1961
Ano da reedição: 2022
Quantidade de discos: 1
Rotações por minuto: 33⅓ rpm
Tamanho do disco: 12"
Gramagem do Vinil: 180gr
Peso Total do Artigo: 349gr
País prensagem: USA
Produzido para o Mercado de: USA
Adicionado ao catálogo em: 28 Agosto, 2022
Nota: Nunca elegível para descontos adicionais
Vinyl Gourmet Club: Não


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Preço Unitário (c/ IVA): 30,32 €

Referência: CN330052JK

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A editora Candid original durou apenas 4 anos, de 1960 até 1964, mas os seus 30 e poucos discos desempenharam um papel relevante na integração musical da época, maioritariamente jazz mas também blues, com o emergente movimento dos direitos civis. A Candid tornou-se lendária, nascida em 1960 devido ao amor de Archie Bleyer pelo jazz e blues que motivou estas edições produzidas por Nat Hentoff.

 

 

  • Masterização Totalmente Analógica
  • Masterizado por Bernie Grundman
  • Corte directo a partir das Fitas Master Originais
  • Capa Deluxe tip-on
  • Vinil 180 Gramas
  • Processamento acetato na RTI, USA
  • Anotações de Nat Hentoff
  • Made in USA

 

 

The original Candid record label lasted a mere four years, from 1960 to '64, and its 30-some LPs played a worthy role in fusing the period's music — mainly modern jazz but also blues — with the burgeoning civil rights movement.


The American Candid label has achieved a near legendary status among the critics and the International jazz and blues public. The series was born in 1960 when Archie Bleyer, owner of the Cadence label decided to indulge his love of jazz and blues and create his own line — called Candid. Bleyer recruited Hentoff to produce the series.

 

Back on Columbia Records, bassist Charles Mingus hadn't been allowed to put vocal passages caricaturing controversial Arkansas governor Orval Faubus on his 1959 LP Mingus Ah Um, so he made its "Fables of Faubus" an instrumental. Of course, he could say it all on Candid's Charles Mingus Presents Charles Mingus, here retitling the piece "Original Faubus Fables" due to contractual concerns involving Columbia. Temperamental Mingus is quoted, "(A) lot of jazz records don't make it because guys almost unconsciously change their approach in a studio from what they do every night. I finally wanted to make an album the way we are on the job," so the studio recording is presented as a stage show with Mingus even instructing the nonexistent audience and bar staff on proper behavior during his performance.


As for "All the Things You Could Be by Now if Sigmund Freud's Wife Was Your Mother" (which borrows from "All the Things You Are"), Mingus once remarked, "The title probably came from the way the audience was reacting one night." With his ensemble's ever-shifting lineup, Mingus was a kind of Lee Strasberg of jazz in Hentoff's words. Here he's backed by Ted Curson on trumpet and Dannie Richmond on drums, with Eric Dolphy (who'd soon leave Mingus) on alto sax and bass clarinet.

 

The combo here, referred to by Mingus as The Jazz Workshop, had been in residence at the Showplace on W. 4th St. in Greenwich Village for nearly a year when they entered the studio to record what became the album Charels Mingus Presents Charles Mingus in October of 1961.


Saxophone and bass clarinet Eric Dolphy, trumpeter Ted Curson, and drummer Dannie Richmond had been performing the material on this album for weeks.


Mingus decided to set a mood that might resemble a night at the club, in hopes to capture the fierceness the musicians had been exploring on stage. “I finally realized that a lot of jazz records don’t make it because the guys almost unsoundly cage their approach in a studio from what they do every night” Mingus said. “I finally wanted to make an album the way we are on the job.”


To recreate this atmosphere, Mingus introduces the songs as if he were speaking to the audience, giving off the illusion of a live album. The charade paid off.


Produced by Candid co-founder, famed music critic and social activist, Nat Hentoff, the album accomplishes what the best of Mingus’s work accomplishes; the perfect tension between jazz played as an ensemble and jazz played as totally free.


The LP includes extraordinary liner notes written by Hentoff himself, giving a context and insight that adds to the experience of hearing these magnificent performances.

 

 

Músicos:


Eric Dolphy - alto saxofone, clarinete baixo
Ted Curson - trompete
Charles Mingus - baixo
Dannie Richmond - bateria


Lista de Faixas:


1. Folk Forms
2. Original Faubus Fables
3. What Love
4. All the Things You Could Be By Now If Sigmund Freud's Wife Was Your Mother

 

Clique aqui para ouvir samples no YouTube.com

 

 


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