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1 Memories of You
2 East Coasting
3 West Coast Ghost
4 Celia
5 Conversation
6 Fifty-First Blues
7 East Coasting
8 Memories of You
9 Revelations
10 Woody''n You - Charles Mingus
11 Billie''s Bounce - Charles Mingus

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Cookster
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
A good album
Reviewed in the United States on November 3, 2020
Nice music. I liked it all
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Jim Newsom
4.0 out of 5 stars
The Mighty Mingus
Reviewed in the United States on June 26, 2006
Charles Mingus was one of the great jazz composers and bassists. His career began with stints in the bands of Kid Ory and Louis Armstrong in the early `40s when he was barely out of his teens. He went on to become a monster in the jazz world, both as a musician and as a... See more
Charles Mingus was one of the great jazz composers and bassists. His career began with stints in the bands of Kid Ory and Louis Armstrong in the early `40s when he was barely out of his teens. He went on to become a monster in the jazz world, both as a musician and as a larger-than-life personality known for his anger at racial injustice and his one-man war with the music industry.

His 1959 masterpiece, Mingus Ah Um, is an essential in any jazz collection, and Pithecanthropus Erectus, Mingus Mingus Mingus Mingus Mingus and The Black Saint and the Sinner Lady are also required listening. East Coasting, recorded in August, 1957, is not as well known, but its resurrection as part of Shout! Factory''s reissue program of classic albums from the catalog of the long defunct Bethlehem record label has its share of masterful moments, compositionally and in its arrangements, that should bring it a deserved reevaluation and overdue recognition.

Many of the standard Mingus musical tricks are on display here, from the finely crafted melodic statements to the free-flowing group improvisations. "Celia" foreshadows "Self Portrait in Three Colors" on Mingus Ah Um, the title track cooks with fine-tuned bop precision, and "West Coast Ghost" purrs with echoes of Ellington but with that cross-horn interplay so distinctive to the bassist''s writing. The opening harmonies of "Conversation" are almost Oliver Nelson-ish, but devolve soon enough into the trademark phrase trading commonplace in Mingus'' music.

The sextet lineup includes Mingus stalwarts Jimmy Knepper on trombone and Dannie Richmond behind the drums, while the piano chair is occupied by Bill Evans just months before he joined Miles Davis for what would be a seminal but short lived partnership ultimately yielding Kind of Blue. --Jim Newsom

Originally published in Port Folio Weekly - January 10, 2006

Copyright 2006 Port Folio Weekly. All Rights Reserved. Used by Permission.
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Mike TarraniTop Contributor: Drums
5.0 out of 5 stars
A dream ensemble and gorgeous music
Reviewed in the United States on September 17, 2013
Why this is not one of the Mingus essential albums I cannot fathom. I do know that everyone for whom I''ve played this album are astonished that it is a Mingus album. While there are no sound samples on this page there are on an album titled [[ASIN:B00E63A5H0 The Jazz... See more
Why this is not one of the Mingus essential albums I cannot fathom. I do know that everyone for whom I''ve played this album are astonished that it is a Mingus album. While there are no sound samples on this page there are on an album titled The Jazz Collection Volume One . Tracks 18 through 23 comprise this album minus the two alternate takes that this one includes.

The music is absolutely gorgeous and what makes it all the more impressive is that Memories of You is the only track that is not a Mingus composition. One interesting thing is Bill Evans is more aggressive on piano on this album than he was on Miles Davis'' Kind of Blue that was two years into the future when this was recorded. While I greatly admire his playing in just about any setting this turns out to be one of my favorite albums with him on piano. I am guessing that Mingus - a virtuoso pianist in his own right - inspired Bill''s playing here. Regardless, it''s one of the many elements that came together in perfect alignment to make this album an incredible listening experience.

Not that it matters to anyone but we jazz geeks, but discographies do not agree as to where this was recorded. Some claim Cincinnati, others claim NYC. What is not in dispute is this was recorded for Bethlehem Records on August 16, 1957 and features the following line-up: Clarence Shaw on trumpet, Jimmy Knepper on trombone, Shafi Hadi (credited under his birth name of Curtis Porter) on tenor and alto sax, Bill Evans on piano, Mingus on bass and Dannie Richmond on drums.
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Steven W.
5.0 out of 5 stars
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Reviewed in the United States on October 4, 2005
Charles Mingus is usually known for his wild, soulful and avant-garde compositions. "East Coasting" is mellow by comparison, but it still cooks on a musical level. The Mingus touches are there; the trombone, drummer Danny Richmond--who was so essential to the Mingus sound... See more
Charles Mingus is usually known for his wild, soulful and avant-garde compositions. "East Coasting" is mellow by comparison, but it still cooks on a musical level. The Mingus touches are there; the trombone, drummer Danny Richmond--who was so essential to the Mingus sound in Charles'' Atlantic recordings-- and of course the dark emotional undercurrent looms large, too. The personnel are all Mingus regulars, except for pianist Bill Evans, who would not be described as "soulful" in the traditional sense, but his introverted and sensitive style works well with Ming''s music. His playing on "West Coast Ghost" (the album''s stand-out track) and "Celia" are two examples of Evans'' ability to understand an artist''s musical vision and play accordingly in his own beautifully original style.

As for the title of this review, it fits because "East Coasting" sounds like the prototypical 1950s Jazz recording. It''s something one would hear in an attic converted to a bedroom where an artist or lonely soul might live. It''s what a lot of people might believe Jazz would or should sound like. Highly recommended to Jazz lovers and perhaps more importantly- to young people who have just been blown away by Kerouac''s novel "On the Road" and have become interested in exploring Jazz. "East Coasting" will allow them to get a taste of lost creative America.
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punkviper
4.0 out of 5 stars
This is Mingus?
Reviewed in the United States on May 7, 2002
From the GQ cover photo to the laid-back sound of Mingus'' band, it is remarkable to think that this is the basic group of musicians that would later go on to record Mingus Ah Um just 2 years down the road. The hard-bop style of the period (1957) is displayed nicely here by... See more
From the GQ cover photo to the laid-back sound of Mingus'' band, it is remarkable to think that this is the basic group of musicians that would later go on to record Mingus Ah Um just 2 years down the road. The hard-bop style of the period (1957) is displayed nicely here by Mingus and his cohorts. This could honestly pass for a Blue Note recording of the time, it is that much a blueprint for the genre. I had to pinch myself a few times for thinking that someone had secretly replaced the CD with a Miles Davis album.
Not that any of it is bad, mind you. Just after hearing the angularities and fire of other sessions, this comes off as being a surprise. There are still some instances of the hallmark Mingus harmonies and hard-turns, but hearing them nestled amongst this quietly unassuming stock jazz is... well you can decide for yourself. Even without the strident urgency of his well-known stuff, I still like it.
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Samuel
4.0 out of 5 stars
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Reviewed in the United States on March 31, 2007
It can be difficult accounting for the Mingus between the Massey Hall Bird concert and the Mingus of "Mingus Ah Um." Much of the 50s Mingus on record sounds experimental and at times even academic and cerebral. Although listeners familiar with the later more visceral and... See more
It can be difficult accounting for the Mingus between the Massey Hall Bird concert and the Mingus of "Mingus Ah Um." Much of the 50s Mingus on record sounds experimental and at times even academic and cerebral. Although listeners familiar with the later more visceral and political Mingus will find "East Coasting" comparatively tame, it''s nonetheless an enjoyable album by perhaps as cohesive an ensemble as the bassist would ever have. Knepper, Hadi, Shaw and Richmond turn in strong performances, and Bill Evans is no less than letter perfect on each of his turns as well as critical to the cohesion of the ensemble. Mingus keeps all of the individual contributions short while denying himself any solo opportunities. Perhaps a lesson to all garrulous bass players by the most influential of them all.
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wordnat
4.0 out of 5 stars
Overlooked, but essential.
Reviewed in the United States on March 16, 2001
This record isn''t usually mentioned when people discuss Charles Mingus -- granted, his complex discography makes it easy to overlook quite a few notable sessions -- and that''s a shame because "East Coasting" is an excellent, energetic, and joyful recording. The... See more
This record isn''t usually mentioned when people discuss Charles Mingus -- granted, his complex discography makes it easy to overlook quite a few notable sessions -- and that''s a shame because "East Coasting" is an excellent, energetic, and joyful recording. The snappy title cut and the gorgeous treatment of the standard "Memories of You" are worth the price of admission alone. This obscure gem is not just for completists -- it''s prime Mingus. Check it out!
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Anthony Cooper
3.0 out of 5 stars
Fairly smooth Mingus, a lesser jazzman would get 4 stars for this CD
Reviewed in the United States on October 21, 2007
If you were putting together your list of 50''s-60''s jazz guys who should''ve played with Charles Mingus, you might not put the calm and cool Bill Evans on that list. Surprisingly, he played with Mingus on this record before he became a little better known. Despite the... See more
If you were putting together your list of 50''s-60''s jazz guys who should''ve played with Charles Mingus, you might not put the calm and cool Bill Evans on that list. Surprisingly, he played with Mingus on this record before he became a little better known. Despite the possible mismatch, Bill Evans sounds fine, though he''s playing rather softly.

"Memories of You" starts the CD with a pretty melody and a nice trombone solo by Jimmy Knepper. This song sets the mood for the CD, it''s nice, but you''re liable to miss a few things unless you turn it up and listen carefully. "East Coasting" is a faster track, it has a little of Mingus''s earthy flavor. "West Coast Ghost" has a wailing quality that Mingus excels at. "Celia" is another pretty one. "Conversation" is bluesy, but doesn''t feel like it gets off the ground to me. "51 St. Blues" has the start of a good melody, but the quick triplets in it make it feel like the band is forcing the Mingus flavor.

It''s pretty good, but why 3 stars? Just to differentiate it from the better Mingus stuff. If this were Joe Schmoe, saxophonist, I''d probably give it 4 stars. For the prospective buyer, I''d work my way through the better-regarded Mingus CD''s first, then pick this up later.
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john l whitaker
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Mingus from West Coast to East Coast great jazz from Watts LA to NYC
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on December 4, 2015
Marvellous Mingus What a great composer the late Mingus was He is terrific here with Bill Evans on piano Haunting beautiful Jazz
Marvellous Mingus What a great composer the late Mingus was
He is terrific here with Bill Evans on piano
Haunting beautiful Jazz
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Großartiger Charles Mingus
Reviewed in Germany on June 27, 2021
Die East Coasting ist eine meiner liebsten Aufnahmen von Mingus und co. Unbedingt reinhören ! Empfehlenswert !
Die East Coasting ist eine meiner liebsten Aufnahmen von Mingus und co. Unbedingt reinhören ! Empfehlenswert !
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jamie templeton
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Amazing value! comes with bonus CD!
Reviewed in Canada on January 5, 2017
Wow, what a deal. Heavy weight pressings, great recording quality, and even comes with a bonus CD! I could not be happier!
Wow, what a deal. Heavy weight pressings, great recording quality, and even comes with a bonus CD! I could not be happier!
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