Charles Mingus records ‘Changes Two,’ an album for Atlantic Records (1974)

Charles Mingus’ ‘Changes Two’ is an album recorded on December 27, 28 & 30, 1974 and released In 1975 by Atlantic Records.

Track Listing : 1.Free Cell Block F, ‘Tis Nazi U.S.A. (Charles Mingus) – 06:56 . 2.Orange Was The Color Of Her Dress, Then Silk Blue (Charles Mingus) – 17:32 . 3.Black Bats And Poles (Jack Walrath) – 06:22 . 4.Duke Ellington‘S Sound Of Love (Charles Mingus) – 04:15 . 5.For Harry Carney (Sy Johnson) – 07:59


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Musicians : Charles Mingus – Bass . Jack Walrath – Trumpet . George Adams – Tenor Saxophone . Don Pullen – Piano . Dannie Richmond – Drums . Marcus Belgrave – Trumpet On (4) . Jackie Paris – Vocals On (4)

Production : Produced By Ilhan Mimaroğlu . Sy Johnson On (4) . Nesuhi Ertegun – Engineer . Gene Paul – Engineer

Arrangements : Sy Johnson On (4)

Package : David Gahr – Photography . Nat Hentoff – Liner Notes . Paula Scher asterisques RVM – Cover Design

Recorded On December 27, 28 & 30, 1974 At Atlantic Studios, New York City.

Released In 1975 By Atlantic.

Charles Mingus

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KEEPSMEALIVE
It just sounds so damn classy, buoyed as it is by Mingus’ bass. It’d be easy to just write about him for this whole thing, but (if you can imagine) there’s so much more here. […]

berjo
To describe this album in a childish note: Wow! To describe George Adams’ sax input in one word: Prodigious! To describe Don Pullens’ ticklin’ of the ivories input in one uncharacteristic word: Sick! […]

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