Publisher’s letter: God Must Be a Boogie Man

Charles Mingus was larger than life in every sense of the phrase. His heft seemed perfectly suited to his instrument, the double bass, which he wielded like a weapon, literally and figuratively. Towering talents, as both a player and composer, were matched by an explosive temper, which he legendarily unleashed on his sidemen. Mingus’ tempestuous

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