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Tom Hubbard Quintet & Nonet | Tribute to Mingus

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Tribute to Mingus

by Tom Hubbard Quintet & Nonet

A brilliant quintet and nonet perform hip arrangements of the music of Charles Mingus.
Genre: Jazz: Mainstream Jazz
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1. Wednesday Night Prayer Meeting
9:21 album only
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2. Dizzy Moods
6:43 album only
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3. O.P.O.P.
7:50 album only
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4. Vassarlean
6:25 album only
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5. Something Like a Bird
6:18 album only
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6. Remember Rockefeller At Attica
3:52 album only
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7. Open Letter to Duke
6:04 album only
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8. E's Flat Ah's Flat, Too
8:55 album only

ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
This is a recording that I made in 1989 of a group that I led for eight exciting
years. We performed the beautiful and challenging music of the great Charles
Mingus almost exclusively.

“Swinging, exciting, lovely…terrific fun”
– St. Paul Pioneer Press

Top ten CDs (1994)
– Music Quarterly

“Best new local talent”
– City Pages

Since moving to New York City in 1989 I’ve come to realize that one thing that we’re short on here is the time to invest in a project like this one. This group was able to perform, rehearse and record frequently without the constraints of budget, the loss of key players and the sparcity of gigs suffered by nearly all New York based ensembles. I think that, especially with regard to ensemble playing, the CD offers something you don’t find in New York. Give it a listen and see if you agree.

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