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Charles Mingus (bass), Roy Haynes (drums), Thelonious Monk (piano), Charlie Park

Charles Mingus, Roy Haynes, Thelonious Monk and Charlie Parker jam at The Open Door in Greenwich Village, Sept 1953

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Alto saxophonist Charlie 'Bird' Parker and pianist Thelonious Monk performing at the Open Door Cafe, New York City in The Village 1953 . "sorry no exterior shot of the club" Bob Parent / Archive Photos — in New York, NY.

Charles Mingus is one of the most important bassists and figures in jazz. Although possessing tremendous bass talent, Mingus loved classical music and considered the cello to be his true calling.

“Making the simple complicated is commonplace; making the complicated simple, awesomely simple, that’s creativity.

MONK and another giant, OLIVER NELSON

Thelonious Monk and Oliver Nelson: this pic was obvious around the time Monk and…

Charles Mingus – Live In Oslo – 1970 – Past Daily Downbeat – Past Daily – Charles Mingus Sextet - Newport Jazz Festival, Oslo - October 22, 1970 - NRK, Oslo - Another concert from the 1970 Newport Jazz Festival at Oslo Norway, recorded by Norwegian Network NRK on October 22, 1970. This week it's the Charles Mingus Sextet featuring Danny Richmond on drums, Jaki Byard on...

Charles Mingus sextet - live at the Newport Jazz Festival, Oslo - October 1970 - Recorded by Norwegian Radio - Past Daily Downbeat.

Charles Mingus by Ian Johnson

Charles Mingus by Ian Johnson

Charles Mingus

Charles Mingus was to jazz what Jack Kerouac was to the novel, what Jackson Pollock was to painting, though Mingus’s genius seemed more decisive. He was an action painter of jazz tone poems, a.

Monk ~ Jazz Legends by Garth Glazier

Thelonius Monk - Jazz Legends by Garth Glazier, via Behance

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A Love Supreme Acknowledgement Resolution Pursuance Psalm John Coltrane, tenor saxophone McCoy Tyner, piano Jimmy Garrison, bass Elvin Jon.

Ray Brown: At age 20 he left Pittsburgh and arrived in New York where he was introduced to Dizzy Gillespie, who was looking for a bass player. Gillespie hired Brown on the spot, and he soon played...

Ray Brown: At age 20 he left Pittsburgh and arrived in New York where he was introduced to Dizzy Gillespie who was looking for a bass player. Gillespie hired Brown on the spot and he soon played.

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