|Studio album by Charles Mingus|
|Recorded||27, 28, 30 December 1974
Atlantic Studios, New York City
|Charles Mingus chronology|
|The Rolling Stone Jazz Record Guide|||
Changes Two is an album by Charles Mingus. It was recorded on 27, 28, and 30 December 1974 at Atlantic Studios in New York City—the same sessions which resulted in Mingus' album Changes One. Accordingly, Atlantic Records initially released the record. In 1993, it was issued on CD by Rhino Records.
"Duke Ellington's Sound of Love" features vocals by Jackie Paris.
All songs composed by Charles Mingus except where noted.
- "Free Cell Block F, 'Tis Nazi U.S.A." – 6:56
- "Orange Was the Color of Her Dress, Then Silk Blue" – 17:32
- "Black Bats and Poles" (Jack Walrath) – 6:22
- "Duke Ellington's Sound of Love" – 4:15
- "For Harry Carney" (Sy Johnson) – 7:59
- Charles Mingus – Bass
- Jack Walrath – Trumpet
- George Adams – Tenor saxophone
- Don Pullen – Piano
- Dannie Richmond – Drums
- Marcus Belgrave – Trumpet on "Duke Ellington's Sound of Love"
- Jackie Paris – Vocals on "Duke Ellington's Sound of Love"
- Sy Johnson – Arranger on "Duke Ellington's Sound of Love"
- Nesuhi Ertegun – Engineer, executive producer
- David Gahr – Photography
- Nat Hentoff – Liner notes
- İlhan Mimaroğlu – Producer, remixing
- Gene Paul – Engineer, remastering
- Paula Scher – Cover design
- Bobby Warner – Remixing
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