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|1. Happy Birthday|
|2. God Must Be A Boogie Man|
|4. A Chair In The Sky|
|5. The Wolf That Lives In Lindsey|
|6. I's A Muggin'|
|7. Sweet Sucker Dance|
|8. Coin In The Pocket|
|9. The Dry Cleaners From Des Moines|
|11. Goodbye Pork Pie Hat|
Joni touched us deep with her poetic wisdom and wit.
On first listen I was dissapointed but knowing that most good albums take a while for the splendour to surface I didn't worry too much.
A terrifying band, featuring Jaco, Herbie Hancock, Wayne Shorter, Don Alias, Peter Erskine, Emil Richards... wow.
I have all of Joni's albums to, but not including, "Mingus." The first seven are superb. "Wild Things Run Fast" is also good. I found "Mingus" unlistenable. Read morePublished 26 days ago by W. Wilmeth
Evolution. Love it!
So glad Mingus asked Joni to do his last project. So glad Jaco Pastorius encouraged her to take it to another place. Read more
Incredible music and great doing business with these folks!Published 4 months ago by Lawrence Lichota
I guess this wasn't her biggest hit album but I love it. Jazzy influences abound. Maybe that's why it was mega-popular.Published 6 months ago by ccc
There is only so much time for listening to music in a given day. If you are like me, and have collected hundreds and hundreds of discs covering many different types of music, it... Read morePublished 6 months ago by F. Crumpler
I got the vinyl release of Mingus in the late seventies when it first hit the stores. It really made me a fan of Joni Mitchell's. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Sidney Howard
I would rate it negative five stars if I could. I'll never forgive Joni Mitchell for what she did to Mingus and his music on this album, although I enjoy her own music. Read morePublished 15 months ago by Rance Mohanitz
Bought CD based on "outtakes" from a Joni Mitchell bio, part of which focused on her sessions with Mingus. Must have used the best bits 'cause the CD isn't great.Published 16 months ago by Marilyn Blake Philip