Time Out

Performers Dave Brubeck Quartet

Columbia/Legacy | April 22, 1997 | Compact Disc

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Throwing time signatures around as though they are loose change, The Dave Brubeck Quartet is one of the most challenging – and fun – jazz bands to listen to. For that reason alone it is a blessing that Time Out is re-mastered and ready for another generation of eager ears. And besides being innovators when it came to writing their songs, these cats can flat-out play. “Strange Meadow Lark” is a bright and moving ballad, while “Take Five” is simply hypnotic. This band seems to get forgotten when discussing the best jazz of the ’50s; something this reissue will surely change.

Format: Compact Disc

Released Date: April 22, 1997

Genre: Piano

Style: Jazz

Number of Discs: 1

Stereo/Mono: Stereo

Studio/Mixed/Live: Studio

Originally Released: 1959

Label Name: Columbia/Legacy

UPC: 074646512227

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Time Out

Performers Dave Brubeck Quartet
Producer Teo Macero
Engineer Fred Plaut

Format: Compact Disc

Released Date: April 22, 1997

Genre: Piano

Style: Jazz

Number of Discs: 1

Stereo/Mono: Stereo

Studio/Mixed/Live: Studio

Originally Released: 1959

Label Name: Columbia/Legacy

UPC: 074646512227


See artistic credits for this CD
Title Track Time
1.Blue Rondo A La Turk --
2.Strange Meadow Lark --
3.Take Five --
4.Three To Get Ready --
5.Kathy's Waltz --
6.Everybody's Jumpin' --
7.Pick Up Sticks --

Editorial Notes

Personnel: Dave Brubeck (piano); Paul Desmond (alto saxophone); Eugene Wright (bass); Joe Morello (drums). Recorded in 1959. Includes liner notes by Dave Brubeck and original release liner notes by Steve Race. All tracks have been digitally remastered. Second only to Jazz Samba by Stan Getz, as the most commercially successful jazz record of all time (it even contained a single for the pop charts, Paul Desmond's magnificent 'Take Five'), Brubeck brilliantly popularized jazz and offered it as a palatable alternative to Bobby Vee. This album sold by the trunkload and made Brubeck a popular star. Those jazz critics who shunned him for becoming too commercial must eat their words, as this is a monumental album of the finest modern jazz. 'Blue Rondo A La Turk' and 'Kathy's Waltz' demonstrate this man's graceful, nonchalant class.
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