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Along with its companion volume Changes One, this is one of the great sessions from one of the best working bands of the 1970s. Starting with the spirited "Free Cell Block F, 'Tis Nazi U.S.A," this volume also includes the vocal version of "Duke Ellington's Sound of Love" with guest singer (and acquired taste) Jackie Paris, a remake of the classic Mingus composition "Orange Was the Color of Her Dress, Then Silk Blue," Jack Walrath's "Black Bats and Poles," and Sy Johnson's "For Harry Carney." The challenging repertoire from these December 1974 dates sustained the Jazz Workshop for several years; these are the definitive performances. Rhino's reissue duplicates the original LP down to the layout.
Performance CreditsCharles Mingus Primary Artist,Bass
George Adams Tenor Saxophone
Marcus Belgrave Trumpet
Don Pullen Piano
Dannie Richmond Drums
Jack Walrath Trumpet
Jackie Paris Vocals
Technical CreditsNesuhi Ertegun Engineer,Executive Producer
Nat Hentoff Liner Notes
Ilhan Mimaroglu Producer,Remixing
Gene Paul Engineer
Bobby Warner Remixing
Paula Scher Cover Design
Sy Johnson Arranger
Silvert B. Johnson jr. Composer