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On destiny, influence, and the impossibility of being self-taught.

On destiny, influence, and the impossibility of being self-taught.

Charles Mingus 11 x 17 Watercolor Oil Jazz Expressive by VitoArt, $20.00

Charles Mingus Jazz Bass Musician Watercolor Portrait Illustration Wall Decor Limited Edition Poster Print

Charles Mingus 11 x 17 Watercolor Oil Jazz Expressive by VitoArt, $20.00

David Friesen - Amazing jazz bassist

David Friesen - Amazing jazz bassist

Charles Mingus Sextet feat. Eric Dolphy - "Take the "A" Train" - live on April 12, 1964, filmed in Norway. Charles Mingus - Bass Eric Dolphy - Bass Clarinet Clifford Jordan - Tenor Sax Johnny Coles - Trumpet Jaki Byard - Piano Dannie Richmond - Drums

Charles Mingus Sextet feat. Eric Dolphy - "Take the "A" Train" - live on April 12, 1964, filmed in Norway. Charles Mingus - Bass Eric Dolphy - Bass Clarinet Clifford Jordan - Tenor Sax Johnny Coles - Trumpet Jaki Byard - Piano Dannie Richmond - Drums

People of Note: The Double Bass Player  Written in 1940 by Laurence McKinney and illustrated by Gluyas Williams.    The men who have the saddest faces  Are those who play the Double Basses  Though deep in misery their cup  They have to take it standing up,  And sawing on a clothesline string  They grunt and groan like anything.

People of Note: The Double Bass Player Written in 1940 by Laurence McKinney and illustrated by Gluyas Williams. The men who have the saddest faces Are those who play the Double Basses Though deep in misery their cup They have to take it standing up, And sawing on a clothesline string They grunt and groan like anything.

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