Mingus at The Bohemia - Sources

Sources

  • Horst Weber, Gerd Filtg hi: Charles Mingus. Sein Leben, seine Musik, seine Schallplatten. Oreos, Gauting-Buchendorf, o.J., ISBN 3-923657-05-6
  • Marcus A. Woelfle: Liner Notes zu Charles Mingus - 80th Birthday Celebration (Fantasy)
  • Richard Cook & Brian Morton: The Penguin Guide To Jazz On CD; Penguin, London, 2002.
  • Mal Waldron: Vinyl LP Liner Notes

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