Mingus


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Mingus

Charles, known as Charlie Mingus. 1922--79, US jazz double bassist, composer, and band leader
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Of course, Mingus's autobiography, Beneath the Underdog: His World According to Mingus (New York: Knopf, 1971), is an essential point of reference for any study of Mingus, and thoroughly challenges almost every convention of the typical autobiography.
I had the room opposite Mingus's off the hallway, right by the kitchen, so every morning when Mingus opened the refrigerator to get milk for his coffee, I would wake up to the rancid smell of whatever had died in there.
Mayor Chrystal Shoji said Friday that the Mingus Park Vietnam War Memorial and its cross will remain where they are, and that the city plans to deal with any legal challenges as they come down the road.
And next Tuesday's regular freebie jazz night (with a suggested PS5 donation) at The Spotted Dog in JAZZ Birmingham features renowned bassist Arnie Somogyi's Big Band, who are themselves dedicated to the songbook of Charles Mingus.
Nacido en Nogales, Arizona, el 22 de abril de 1922, Mingus fue parte de las bandas de indiscutibles padres del jazz como Louis Armstrong, Lionel Hampton y Duke Ellington; este ultimo lo echo personalmente de su ensamble debido a su mal temperamento y una pelea con el trombonista puertorriqueno Juan Tizol.
Mingus called this "spontaneous composition" in his music; it was the same in his words.
Marion (Julie Delpy), first seen in 2 Days in Paris, has broken up with her American boyfriend Jack (Adam Goldberg in Paris) and now lives in New York with her new boyfriend Mingus (Chris Rock).
2 DAYS IN NEW YORK (15) CAST: Julie Delpy, Chris Rock, Daniel Bruhl, Vincent Gallo, Albert Delpy PLOT: A blonde French woman called Marion and her black American partner DJ Mingus are about to be invaded by her family arriving to stay in their apartment.
The French actress plays single mum Marion, whose idyllic home life with single dad Mingus (Rock) is tested when her family comes to stay.
with whom she spent "2 Days in Paris," but she still lives in New York with their toddler son and a new beau, radio talkshow host Mingus (Rock), who has a young daughter of his own from a previous relationship.
Settling an invoice with a check is the rare exception, reports Julie Mingus, director of corporate treasury operations and disbursements.
At the same time, serendipity struck my musical tastes--I stumbled upon four jazz albums in cassette recordings, all first recorded in 1958-59 and rereleased on Columbia's Jazz Masterpieces label: Miles Davis's Kind of Blue, Billie Holiday's Lady in Satin, Charles Mingus's Mingus Ah Um, and Dave Brubeck's Time Out.