Charles Mingus - Newport Rebels (1961) (Full Album)
Bass – Charles Mingus (tracks: A1, B1, B3), John "Peck" Morrison (tracks: A2, B2)
Drums – Jo Jones, Max Roach (tracks: A2)
Piano – Kenny Dorham (tracks: B2), Tommy Flanagan (tracks: A1, B1, B3)
Tenor Saxophone – Walter Benton (tracks: A2)
Trombone – Jimmy Knepper (tracks: A1), Julian Priester (tracks: A2)
Trumpet – Benny Bailey (tracks: B2), Booker Little (tracks: A2), Roy Eldridge (tracks: A1, B1, B3)
Vocals – Abbey Lincoln (tracks: B2)
A2 & B2 recorded at the Newport Jazz Festival, Newport, RI on November 1st 1960.
A1, B1 & B3 recorded at Nola Penthouse Studios, NYC, November 11th 1960.
Engineer – Bob D'Orleans
A1 Mysterious Blues 0:00
A2 Cliff Walk 8:40
B1 Wrap Your Troubles In Dreams 18:21
B2 Tain't Nobody's Bizness If I Do 22:15
B3 Me And You 29:30
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Roy Eldridge inspired the young Dizzy Gillespie. Eric Dolphy led the way to the avant garde in the early 1960s. Amazing
Eric sounds for all the world like Bird here!
Roy & Eric Wow!
wow!! love it!!
What I've been looking for all these years.........
Now this alternative festival was held as an event to bring the real founders of this music to the ears while the original Newport festival brought down by riots of the there going youth listeners, pushed up by Rock`n`Roll mixed among Jazz. This was just a view to the future where we have mixtures like this regularely - without riots and without a lot of Jazz . . .
Max Roach is win, Dolphy is bonus. Instant sub.
Cliff walk is one of the most amazing pieces I’ve ever heard!
ouch. never heard this one. my ears.