That's the one. They copied 17 of the 23 tracks.
On Oct 1, 2013, at 1:07 PM, Carl Pultz wrote:
Is some of that on "Shuffle Bass Boogie" on the Past Perfect/TIM label out
of Hamburg, Germany? It's a single disc of stuff from '46 - '49, produced in
2001. There are no production credits.
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Subject: Re: [ARSCLIST] Compact Discs with lossy compression
Chuck Nessa and Bob Sunenblick produced a wonderful compilation of all the
78s Charles Mingus made in California in the 1940s - early '50s. Sunenblick
even bought one of the obscure labels to get the access, discovered unknown
Mingus comps and turned the rights over to his widow. The booklet was a
96-page masterpiece about west coast jazz of the era. This took years and
lots of money; the tracks were IMMEDIATELY ripped off by somebody, probably
in the microstate of Andorra.