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Charles Mingus: What’s Everyone Got Against a Legend?

Don Snowden, Los Angeles Times, 8 August 1993

In his lifetime, Charles Mingus was a rebel and a true giant of jazz, Now the Library of Congress has acquired his works and he’s gaining new prominence. So how come nobody plays his music?

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