The Black Saint and the Sinner Lady - Charles Mingus

The Black Saint and the Sinner Lady

Charles Mingus

  • Genre: Jazz
  • Release Date: 2011-01-01
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 4

  • ℗ 2011 The Verve Music Group, a Division of UMG Recordings, Inc.

Tracks

Title Artist Time
1
Track A – Solo Dancer Charles Mingus 6:36 USD 1.29
2
Track B – Duet Solo Dancers Charles Mingus 6:43 USD 1.29
3
Track C – Group Dancers Charles Mingus 7:20 USD Album Only
4
Mode D – Trio and Group Danc Charles Mingus 18:37 USD Album Only

Reviews

  • The album review is very accurate!

    5
    By Essieco
    Nice work iTunes album reviewer! Has my vote as the best jazz album I have had the pleasure to hear.
  • Essential

    5
    By Jim O'Brien
    Mingus's greatest work and one of the finest jazz albums ever recorded.
  • Essential Mingus

    5
    By anstratdubh1979
    Every great artist that stands the test of time has that album (hopefully a few) that is 100% pure perfection. "The Black Saint and The Sinner Lady" is 100% pure perfection. It's sad that jazz is so under-rated in the U.S. But if you are new to jazz - You can't go wrong with one of the Big M's of Jazz -- Mingus, Miles or Monk. And this album is a great sonic place to visit.
  • A True Classic

    5
    By buckeyefball
    This was the first jazz album I ever listened to. Thank God I might that decision.
  • Huh?

    5
    By transforrmerman
    Mind-boggling is what it is. The fact that this masterpiece by Mingus hasn't yet been reviewed (or that the reviews have been erased and not begun again). Also that this album isn't his bestselling release--that this album isn't one of the bestselling releases of all time by any composer musician artist genius. Perhaps that isn't exactly mind-boggling, given the general tastes of the music-downloading masses. But it should be mind-boggling, given the unbelievable genius displayed in this work. Listen. Mingus is, still is, even now, well after his physical existence on this earth ended, one of the greatest composers we've had, and as far as I can tell, this is the greatest thing he ever composed, and he composed a lot of great music. I won't describe it, because I can't and because it couldn't possibly do justice to this work of art. Just listen to it. If you're afraid of committing the 10 bucks to something you might not like or listen to often, go get if from your public library, if they have it. That's how I first heard this. Whatever you do, go listen.

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