Sir Threadius Mongus | This Is Sir Threadius Mongus

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This Is Sir Threadius Mongus

by Sir Threadius Mongus

Sir Threadius Mongus is an amalgam of its predecessors and forebearers, specializing in original epic swing, shuffles, and ballads. The ensemble and its directors use “hot” music in complex arrangements with varied colors, timbres, landscapes, and situati
Genre: Jazz: Modern Creative Jazz
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1. Cat in the Rain, Pt. 1
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4:24 album only
2. Comin' Home
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4:02 album only
3. Mingus Continental (Remix)
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4:09 album only
4. Sir Threadius Mongus
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7:12 album only
5. Cat in the Rain, Pt. 2
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3:47 album only
6. Mingus Continental
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17:59 album only
7. Whether to Feed Osiris
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Sir Threadius Mongus is an amalgam of its predecessors and forebearers, specializing in original epic swing, shuffles, and ballads.

The ensemble and its directors use “hot” music in complex arrangements with varied colors, timbres, landscapes, and situations. They swear it started with Monk, then Mingus, and then Mongus!

Sir Threadius Mongus is composed of
Annie Ellicott (vocals), Jeff Davis (guitar), Jonathan Taylor (drums), Matt Hayes (bass), Cris Foster (pianos), and Nic Foster (vibraphone).

“. . . taking jazz in a new direction with reverance for the past.” —Jennifer Chancellor, Tulsa World

“Tulsa’s favorite female vocalist has no limitations.” —Urban Tulsa Weekly

“. . . taking lounge jazz to a whole new level.” —Michael Tabor, Nonzine


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