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CHARLES MINGUS

@ Bremen 1964 & 1975

Sunnyside

ecent years have been banner ones for newly discovered recordings of classic jazz greats, Charles Mingus included … but the 4-disc isn’t one of those. Both these concerts have circulated for decades on pirate releases (especially the 1964 performance, from that

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