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  • CD (21 avril 2009)
  • Nombre de disques: 1
  • Label: Columbia/Legacy
  • ASIN : B001U14IQU
  • Autres éditions : CD  |  Cassette  |  Album vinyle
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Par earthlingonfire TOP 500 COMMENTATEURSMEMBRE DU CLUB DES TESTEURS le 8 juillet 2008
Format: CD
Mingus Dynasty est peut-être moins facile d'accès que son prédécesseur chez Columbia, Mingus Ah Um : moins confortable de son, plus aventureux car moins encadré par les thèmes et les rythmes. L'effectif, la couleur changent d'un morceau à l'autre. Tout bien pesé, si Mingus Dynasty n'a pas le charme immédiat, le sex appeal de Mingus Ah Um ou de Mingus Mingus Mingus Mingus Mingus, c'est peut-être bien le disque où l'inspiration du grand Charles est la plus libre, la plus risquée, la plus intense. Il se met au défi comme il met au défi ses musiciens et son auditeur. Un disque inépuisable.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Shades of Ellington 10 mars 2001
Par M. Allen Greenbaum - Publié sur
Format: CD
Mingus was a great admirer of Duke Ellington and played in the latter's band until a notorious onstage fight with Juan Tizol. This album contains a variety of Mingus sounds, but much of the feeling is rooted in Ellington. This is especially true on "Song with Orange," "Things Ain't What They Used To Be," and, of course, "Mood Indigo."
The opener, "Slop (what a great title!)" is in the tradition of other aggressive blues/gospel inspired pieces like "Wednesday Night Prayer Meeting," and "Better Git It Into Your Soul." There are some familiar Mingus motifs, but Mingus "owns" this kind of song--no one does it better.
"Diane" begins with some "classical" piano which is a little overly dramatic at times. However, three minutes into it, Roland Hanna breaks into a soft Bill-Evans like mode, with excellent brush- and cymbal-work by the always-magnificent Dannie Richmond. It's an ambitious, beautiful, piece and mostly successful. "Gunslinging Bird," (the full title, as Mingus states in the excellent liner notes, is "If Charlie Parker Were a Gunslinger There'd Be a Whole Lot of Dead Copycats"), seems to play Bird as one baad dude.
"Things Ain't What They Used To Be," (written by Mercer Ellington, Duke's son) is relatively straight ahead jazz and borrows elements from Ellington and Basie. The next two numbers are also fairly straight, but are a little disappointing: Except for an intriguing middle sandwiched between a "Sketches of Spain"-like arrangement, "Far Well, Mill Valley" is less challenging than the other cuts (as is also track 7, "New Now Know How.")
The CD closes strong with 3 great tracks: "Mood Indigo," with its great, driving piano and bass playing, the short, interesting "Put Me in That Dungeon," and "Strollin,'" which features vocals by Honey Gordon (sounding wonderfully similar to Ella). This cut was not on the original LP.
Mingus uses Hanna quite extensively on the album, and his contributions are enormous. Jimmy Knepper (trombone) and Booker Ervin (tenor sax) also shine, but really the entire lineup is excellent. ("Pithecanthropus Erectus," by the way, highlights Mingus' bass playing more than does "Mingus Dynasty.") This CD shows the Mingus dynamic within a large group format, and it gets better and better with every hearing. There are the original liner notes, plus additional notes by biographer Brian Priestley, and some excellent photos of Mingus playing and relaxing. Even if you're a Mingus fan with most of his CDs, this is a worthwhile addition.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 an encyclopedia of Jazz on one CD... 10 mars 2001
Par kevin horst - Publié sur
Format: CD
First off, I really like this CD. I've been listening to jazz since I was a kid and this recording encompasses all that I enjoy in the jazz genre.
I like this set because it is full of surprises - surprises in mood, styles, tempo, keys, and even the spontaneous holler. Ming (he IS one-quarter Chinese) and his largish combos dip their toes and then dive headlong into several jazz styles including bop, straight ahead, slow 'n sultry, solos, horn combos, and even occasionally atonal.
I like this CD because I can hear Mingus play his bass!
I like playing this CD as background at my wine and cheese parties to guide novices unwittingly into all the wonderful flavors of jazz without scaring them (with hard bop) or boring them with mass market cuts. But I really like listening to it alone on Sunday afternoons when I find that each layer I peel reveals to me another to look forward to uncovering the next Sunday afternoon.
In summary, this CD is an encyclopedia, in that it opens the minds of those locked in single styles and artists, with a superb range of textures, tempos, and tunes. And better, it confirms what the jazz sophisticate already knows...when it comes to pleasant surprises and artistic execution, Ming is king.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Gunslinging Mingus 1 décembre 2006
Par Nikica Gilic - Publié sur
Format: CD
It is hard for me to grade the albums of the great Charles Mingus - so many of them are perfect or near perfection and this is a fine example, indeed!
I don't find it in any way lesser achievement than "Mingus Ah Um", and the only fault I can find in this collection of newly polished and restored gems is the additional number "Strollin'" (vocals in Mingus' work are often...Ah...Um...Sloppy).

I lack the words to describe the genius of this true Ellington of modern jazz and it is very hard to me to pick favorite songs - beautiful "Diane" or "Far Wells, Mills Valley", glorious "Gunslinging Bird" or brilliant versions of Ellington's numbers ("Mood Indigo", "Things Ain't what they used to be"...)...


Two great ensembles Mingus plays with on this illustrious cd consist of:

A - Richard Williams (tp), Jimmy Knepper (tb), John Handy (as), Booker Ervin, Benny Golson (ts), Jerome Richardson (bs), Teddy Charles (vb), Roland Hanna (p), Dannie Richmond (dm); with Honey Gordon (vo) on "Strollin'" and Nico Bunink instead of Hanna on "New Now Know How" and "Strollin'".

B - Don Ellis (tp), J. Knepper (tb), J. Handy (as), B. Ervin (ts), R. Hanna (p), D. Richmond (dm); with Maurice Brown and Seymour Barab playin cello on "Slop" and "Put Me in That Dungeon"
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Strollin' 18 septembre 2000
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Format: CD
This is an excellent album. The remastering by Columbia is superb, as well.
This album has a similar feel to it's more famous predecessor, AH UM, but is in no means inferior. The intensity of this music is unmatched.
Songs such as "Strollin'," the humorous "Slop," and "Song With Orange" drive along with a swagger and strut associated only with Mingus' powerful bass.
The song title of "Gunslinging Bird" was shortened from "If Charlie Parker Were A Gunslinger, There Would Be A Whole Lot Of Dead Copy Cats," at the request of Columbia Records.
"Mood Indigo" is a Duke Ellington classic. Mingus takes on this daunting piece with fervor, encouraging his brass players to wheel off tenacious solos.
A wonderful companion to AH UM, but certainly does stand on it's own ground.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Such versatility... 5 juin 2000
Par cs - Publié sur
Format: CD
mingus' work was, as always, not standard jazz work at the time. he usually worked with larger groups and his compositions often featured backbending tempo changes and amazing interplay between the musicians. always holding onto the composer-musician role, mingus provides a set of swinging tracks, mostly including original compositions along with Duke Ellington's classic 'mood indigo.' i found this track to be the most rewarding on the album, and indeed, worth the entire album. its hard to provide a version of 'mood indigo' both lyrical and swingin, but mingus manages. also he provides an extended bass solo of transcendental virtuosity. this is a great album, and almost as accessible as, say, ah um.
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