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. Mingus Ah Um (); Mingus Mingus Mingus Mingus Mingus () (as " Theme for Lester Young"); Three or Four Shades of Blues (). Charles Mingus wrote 'Goodbye Pork Pie Hat' as an elegy for the pioneering jazz saxophonist Lester Young, who died in March , two months prior to the recording sessions for what would become Mingus Ah Um. A darkly elegant ballad with a lone dissonant note full of pathos and pain, it contrasts sharply with the. 1 Dec Whatever happened to hats? I mean, people still wear hats. But these days, most hats are worn either to keep the owner's head warm, or to advertise the owner's favourite sports team. It didn't use to be this way. Hats used to be an essential part of any person's outfit, and leaving the house without a hat.
When Charlie speaks of Lester You know someone great has gone. The sweetest swinging music man. Had a Porkie Pig hat on. A bright star. In a dark age. When the bandstands had a thousand ways. Of refusing a black man admission. Black musician. In those days they put him in an. Underdog position. Cellars and. Goodbye Porkpie Hat Lyrics: When Charlie speaks of Lester / You know someone great has gone / The sweetest swinging music man / Had a Porkie Pig hat on / A bright star / In a dark age / When the bandstands. Find a Charles Mingus - Goodbye Pork Pie Hat first pressing or reissue. Complete your Charles Mingus collection. Shop Vinyl and CDs.