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Charles Mingus
Lotus, Passport
LPPS 11.1108
Avant-garde Jazz, Free Improvisation, Post Bop
MP3 archive size:
1344 mb
FLAC archive size:
1854 mb


Written-By – Charles Mingus
2Orange Was The Colour Of Her Dress
Written-By – Charles Mingus
3The Man Who Never Sleeps
Written-By – Charles Mingus


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
UPS-2072-KRCharlie Mingus Statements ‎(LP, Album, Mono)Joker , International Joker ProductionUPS-2072-KRJapan1977
LCS 14.066Charlie Mingus Statements ‎(Cass, Album)LotusLCS 14.066Italy1985
IMS 6003Charlie Mingus Charlie Mingus ‎(LP, Album)ImagemIMS 6003Brazil1984
LOP 14.066Charlie Mingus Statements ‎(LP, Unofficial)LotusLOP 14.066Italy1980
YZSO-10046Charlie Mingus "Statement" ‎(CD, Mono, RE, RM)Studio Songs YZSO-10046Japan2014


  • Double BassCharles Mingus
  • DrumsDannie Richmond
  • PianoJaki Byard
  • Tenor SaxophoneBobby Jones
  • TrumpetEddie Preston


retro sleeve says "recorded 1969, Amsterdam" but is incorrect. This concert was recorded live in Italy at Teatro Lirico, in Milan, 25 October 1970

This release is different from this one (https://www.localhost/Charlie-Mingus-Statements/release/3251762), since has more graphic credits on retro sleeve (on the left) and different "JAZZ" logo on top left of the front cover


  • Label Code (side A): LPPS 11.108A
  • Label Code (side B): LPPS 11.108B
  • Matrix / Runout (side A): LPPS 11.108-A ORL-8296/2 (stratched) 16.11.78
  • Matrix / Runout (side B): LPPS 11.108-B ORL-8296/2 (stratched) 16.11.78


  • Distributed By – Saar s.r.l.


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