Better Git Hit In Your Soul

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  1. Kegis Reply
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  2. Mok Reply
    Mar 09,  · Better Git Hit in Your Soul. Charles Mingus. From the Album Three Or Four Shades Of Blue March 9, Start your day free trial of Unlimited to listen to this song plus tens of millions more songs. Exclusive Prime pricing. $ to buy Listen Now Go Unlimited Start your day free trial.
  3. Gazshura Reply
    Feb 08,  · Potential buyers should be aware that only the first pages of BETTER GIT IT IN YOUR SOUL sketch the outlines of its subject's life, and this section of the book is padded with digressions, including over four pages discussing the Italian immigrant who built the famous Watts Towers, near which the Mingus family lived many derteforcioucarbuetalejefanmope.coinfo by: 1.
  4. Moogucage Reply
    "Better Git It In Your Soul" is inspired by gospel singing and preaching of the sort that Mingus would have heard as a child growing up in Watts, Los Angeles, California, while "Goodbye Pork Pie Hat" is a reference (by way of his favored headgear) to saxophonist Lester Young (who had died shortly before the album was recorded).
  5. Faebar Reply
    All the music on the album was written by Mingus and refers either to his heroes (including Duke Ellington, Charlie Parker and Lester Young) or events that were important to him. Today's song, "Better Git It In Your Soul," is an homage to the church music he grew up with. As you'll hear, it sounds at times like an ecstatic church service.
  6. Goltizilkree Reply
    "Better Git Hit In Your Soul" – (included on both BYG and Atlantic issues) Personnel. Charles Mingus – bass, piano (on tracks 1 and 6) Ted Curson – trumpet; Eric Dolphy – alto saxophone, bass clarinet (on track 3) Booker Ervin – tenor saxophone (except on track 3) Dannie Richmond – drums; Bud Powell – piano (on track 4) References.
  7. Munris Reply
    Apr 14,  · For example the drum solo at the end was very long, therefore the “A” and the “B” of the function was not exactly the same length in this song. For example in the reading “The unusual meter and the odd structure of the theme (AABA: 10+10+8+10 are almost invisible behind the intensity of the swing in “Better Git in Your Soul”.
  8. Shaktira Reply
    Better Git Hit In Your Soul: Credits (13) Dennis King Engineer, Mastered By. Eric Dolphy Alto Saxophone. Abie Sussman Art Direction. Bob Defrin Art Direction. Charles Mingus Bass. Ilhan Mimaroglu Coordinator. Dannie Richmond Drums. Nesuhi Ertegun Executive-Producer. Alex Gnidziejko Illustration.
  9. Nebar Reply
    Better Git Hit in Your Soul. Three Or Four Shades Of Blue, 4m 35sec.

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