Discussion in 'Music Corner' started by Tom H, Sep 24, 2014.
Thanks. Jumped on that music today repress or whatever like white on rice.
Only will be missing the 1965-1968 and Miles and Trane metal spines but those are no unobtanium like the OTC used to be.
Watching The Doors at The Isle of Wight Festival 1970. Robbie’s guitar solo on Light My Fire goes to some weird and twisted places. I dig it.
Gotta give that video another chance
Mingus never really did if for me. Too much going on maybe ?
This may sound silly but I actually think of him as the Frank Zappa of jazz(pre-dating Zappa of course)- very composition oriented, wild, almost anti establishment of jazz.
If this doesn't do it for you than nothing will. Which would be fine different strokes...
Edit: not to mention you can often hear him scatting or scolding his band during performances which is kind of fun...
Let me check that out. Tomorrow. Sober and in the right frame of mind.
I hear you.
Enjoying a few double Hazy IPAs and some 1985 vintage Dead right now.
Realized earlier today that as of March I've been a member here for 15 years. How time flies!
Drinking some Old Grand Dad 100 proof bourbon.
chit is about to get weird.
Watching a UTube playlist of vids from the 1996 Tibetan Freedom Concert in Golden Gate Park. Currently groovin’ to the RHCP.
Tibetan Freedom Concert - Wikipedia
Q-Tip’s flow is so dope.
Tibetan Freedom Concert 1996
At the end of the day, I always come back to Antibes as my favorite Mingus - perfect band, incredible performances.
Neil Young Fireside Sessions IV and Barnyard Edition
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