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Charles Mingus' finest recordings of his later period are two Atlantic LPs, Changes One and Changes Two. The first volume features four stimulating Mingus originals ("Remember Rockefeller at Attica," "Sue's Changes," "Devil Blues," and "Duke Ellington's Sound of Love") performed by a particularly talented quintet (tenor saxophonist George Adams who also sings "Devil Blues," trumpeter Jack Walrath, pianist Don Pullen, drummer Dannie Richmond, and the leader/bassist)

Vocals – George AdamsWritten-By – Charles Mingus, Gate Mouth Brown, George Adams. 3. Duke Ellington's Sound Of Love. Written-By – Charles Mingus.

The Clown is an album by Charles Mingus released in September 1957 on Atlantic Records as SD-1260. It is the follow-up to 1956's Pithecanthropus Erectus and features the improvised narration of Jean Shepherd. All the tracks were recorded on March 12, 1957, except for "The Clown", recorded on February 13 of the same year.

All compositions by Charles Mingus except where noted. Remember Rockefeller at Attica" – 5:56. Sue's Changes" – 17:04. Yanow, Scott (2011). Retrieved 13 August 2011.

Charles Mingus chronology. Mingus at Carnegie Hall (1974). The Rolling Stone Jazz Record Guide. Changes One may refer to: Changesonebowie, a 1976 David Bowie compilation album. Changes One (Charles Mingus album), 1974. The Jazz Experiments of Charlie Mingus. Jazz Composers Workshop. Pithecanthropus Erectus.

Tracklist: 1. Remember Rockefeller At Attica, 2. Sue’s Changes, 3. Devil Blues, 4. Duke Ellington’s Sound Of Love. More albums from Charles Mingus: The Black Saint And The Sinner Lady by Charles Mingus. Four Trombones by Charles Mingus. East Coasting by Charles Mingus. Soul Fusion by Charles Mingus. Newport Rebels by Charles Mingus. Live In Chateauvallon, 1972 by Charles Mingus. Jazz At Massey Hall by Charles Mingus. Mingus At The Bohemia by Charles Mingus. View all albums . Changes One.

Charles Mingus Presents Charles Mingus back. This time the full exchange and more was recorded with a quartet including Ted Curson on Trumpet, Eric Dolphy on Alto Sax and Dannie Richmond. Mingus starts by introducing the piece: Dedicated to the first, or second or third, all-American heel, Faubus. Heel is a slang used in pro-wrestling for a contemptible player who will employ dirty tactics to win. The resulting album was Charles Mingus Presents Charles Mingus. For contractual reasons the piece is named Original Faubus Fables on this album. Columbia recording session

Charles Mingus Presents Charles Mingus. Charles Mingus Presents Charles Mingus is an album by jazz bassist and composer Charles Mingus, recorded in 1960. The quartet of Mingus, Eric Dolphy, Ted Curson and Dannie Richmond constituted Mingus's core working band at the time, and had been performing the material on this album for weeks at The Showplace in New York

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A1 Remember Rockefeller At Attica
Written-By – Charles Mingus
A2 Sue's Changes
Written-By – Charles Mingus
B1 Devil Blues
Vocals – George AdamsWritten-By – Charles Mingus, Gate Mouth Brown*, George Adams
B2 Duke Ellington's Sound Of Love
Written-By – Charles Mingus
C1 Free Cell Block F, 'Tis Nazi U.S.A.
Written-By – Charles Mingus
C2 Orange Was The Color Of Her Dress, Then Silk Blue
Written-By – Charles Mingus
D1 Black Bats And Poles
Written-By – Jack Walrath
D2 Duke Ellington's Sound Of Love
Written-By – Charles Mingus
D3 For Harry Carney
Written-By – Sy Johnson


  • Bass – Charles Mingus
  • Design [Album Design] – Paula Scher
  • Drums – Dannie Richmond
  • Engineer [Re-mix] – Bobby Warner, Ilhan Mimaroglu
  • Engineer [Recording] – Gene Paul
  • Executive Producer – Nesuhi Ertegun
  • Liner Notes – Nat Hentoff
  • Photography By [Back Cover] – David Gahr
  • Piano – Don Pullen
  • Producer – Ilhan Mimaroglu
  • Tenor Saxophone – George Adams
  • Trumpet – Jack Walrath


Recorded at Atlantic Recording Studios, New York, New York on December 27, 28 & 30, 1974.

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  • Rights Society: GEMA

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
SD 1677/8 Charles Mingus Changes One & Two ‎(2xLP, Album) Atlantic SD 1677/8 US 1975
RR-98-024-2 Charles Mingus Changes One & Two ‎(CD, Album, Unofficial) VAPP Association RR-98-024-2 Russia 1998
LDR-2349/2350 Charles Mingus Changes One & Two ‎(2xCD, Unofficial) Limited Edition LDR-2349/2350 Russia Unknown
60 108 Charles Mingus Changes One & Two ‎(2xLP, Album) Atlantic 60 108 Germany 1975
500-133/134 S Charles Mingus Changes One, Two ‎(2xLP, Album, Gat) Atlantic 500-133/134 S Spain 1975