Charles Mingus East Coasting 180g LP

Charles Mingus

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180g Vinyl LP!
Remastered 96 kHz/24-bit Audio!
Pressed at Precision Record Pressing in Canada!

A lesser-known gem in the Mingus catalog with Bill Evans on piano, East Coasting was recorded in New York City in August 1957. It features Clarence Shaw, Jimmy Knepper, Shafi Hadi, Bills Evans and Dannie Richmond. This reissue includes remastered 96 kHz/24-bit audio and was pressed on 180g black vinyl at Precision Record Pressing in Canada.


  • 180g Vinyl
  • Remastered 96 kHz/24-bit Audio
  • Pressed at Precision Record Pressing in Canada


Charles Mingus bass
Jimmy Knepper trombone
Shafi Hadi alto saxophone, tenor saxophone
Clarence Shaw trumpet
Dannie Richmond drums
Bill Evans piano


Side A:

  1. Memories of You
  2. East Coasting
  3. West Coast Ghost

Side B:

  1. Celia
  2. Conversation
  3. Fifty-First Street Blues

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