Charles Mingus

Charles Mingus – The Black Saint and the Sinner Lady (1963)

Captured and shook! Damn near got off the hook, of what’s placid and placed in one gentrified crook. “Absalom has been saved” was what fell from their lips, yet not with a son’s sense of just sensible quips.  In mocking and smiles, in sharp lasting looks.  Distinguished by styles and excess I took, of pollutes in palm, and cask at the hip – twice was my song, nine times was my sip.

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