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Beneath the Underdog by Charles Mingus – A Review
It was first published inby Alfred A. Mingus worked on his autobiography for more than two decades. It was finally published by Alfred A.
The reviewer for the journal Notes commented that “the reader is forced to plow through page after page of erotica some might label it pornography in order to ferret out the most basic kind of information about the man and his music.
Writer Toby Litt stated that “His autobiography is that of a profoundly troubled, often bitter man who never feels loved enough but constantly undermines those loves offered to him.
Mingus’ last wife, Sue Mingusindicated that the book was an account of “the superficial Mingus, the flashy one, not the real th.
The original manuscript was acquired, along with other material documenting Mingus’ life, by the Library of Congress in Readings from the book were included in Hal Willner ‘s recording, Weird Nightmare: From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Beneath the Underdog Hardcover edition.
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Library of Congress Acquires Works of Composer”. May 15, “Bass Viol Book”.
Retrieved August 30, The Wall Street Journal. Beneath the Underdog autobiography.
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