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365 Days of Song Recommendations: Oct 12

Better Get Hit In Your Soul-Charles Mingus

Better Get Hit In Your Soul—Charles Mingus

The complexity and mad, brusque, gargantuan genius of Charles Mingus are almost impossible to convey. In fact, as far as I’m concerned, only two people have successfully done so: Mingus, and the poet William Matthews.

Mingus once said of himself:

“I’m trying to play the…

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Preacher Boy

Singer, songwriter, multi-instrumentalist , poet, writer. Vintage guitars, vintage typewriters, new Moleskines.

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