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  • Dave Brubeck live 64/66 - Jazz Icons DVD

    1:7:25

    Live in Belgium 1964
    1. St Louis Blues — 00:13 – 08:34
    2. Koto Song — 08:35 – 14:35
    3. Three to Get Ready 14:37 – 18:52
    4. In your own sweet way 18:53 – 25:01
    5. Take Five — 25:02 – 32:24

    Live in Germany 1966
    6. Take the A train — 32:35 – 42:22
    7. 40 days — 42:26 – 48:32
    8. I´m in a Dancing Mood 48:50 – 51:45
    9. Koto Song (Live 1966) 51:51 – 59:50
    10. Take Five ( Live 1966) 59:54 – 1:05:07

    Dave Brubeck - piano
    Paul Desmond - alto saxophone
    Eugene Wright - double bass
    Joe Morello - drums

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  • Dave Brubeck - Take Five

    7:25

    Live in Belgium 1964

    Paul Desmond (alto sax), Joe Morello (drums), Eugene Wright (bass) and Dave Brubeck (piano)

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  • Dave Brubeck Quartet - Live In Juan-les-Pins .

    56:39

    A rare album of the Dave Brubeck quartet with the only issue of the second concert in Juan-les-Pins on july 23, 1967. The first one was the day before and was issued as Dave Brubeck - Take Five Live (Jazz Music Yesterday (It) JMY 1001-2) today unavailable.
    The program of this second set is more rich, with three takes not present in the first one.
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    Tracklist:
    01.St.Louis Blues (William C.Handy)...(00:00)
    02.Forty Days On A Desert (Dave Brubeck)...(09:29)
    03.One Moment (Dave Brubeck)...(15:43)
    04.Mexican Folk Song (Trad.)...(24:41)
    05.Blues For Joe Morello (Dave Brubeck)...(31:53)
    06.Take Five (Paul Desmond)...(39:30)
    07.Take The A Train (Billy Strayhorn))...(44:38)
    08.Cassandra (Dave Brubeck)...(51:08).
    _______________________________________________________________________________________________
    Personnel:
    1.Dave Brubeck - piano
    2.Paul Desmond - alto sax
    3.Eugene Wright - bass
    4.Joe Morello - drums.
    _______________________________________________________________________________________________
    Genre: Jazz/Cool
    Recorded: Live at Juan-les-Pins, Antibes, France; July 23, 1967.
    Label: Blu Jazz - (BJ033CD).

  • Dave Brubeck Quartet - St Louis Blues- Belgium 1964

    8:22

    Dave Brubeck - piano
    Paul Desmond - alto saxophone
    Eugene Wright - bass
    Joe Morello - drums


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  • Desmond: Take Five | The Dave Brubeck Quartet, Live in Germany 1966

    5:15

    Paul Desmond: Take Five
    The Dave Brubeck Quartet

    Dave Brubeck, Piano
    Paul Desmond, Alto Saxophone
    Joe Morello, Drums
    Eugene Wright, Bass

    Recorded live in Berlin, Germany on November 6, 1966.

    This unique version of Take Five has a wonderful solo by Paul Desmond and an outstanding polytonal exploration by Dave Brubeck. The musical statement seemed to be so complete that the group decided to forego Joe Morello's usual drum solo.

    From: Jazz Icons: Dave Brubeck Live in '64 & '66

    Full program available on Amazon:

  • Brubeck: Three to Get Ready | The Dave Brubeck Quartet, Live in Belgium

    4:17

    Brubeck: Three to Get Ready
    From the album Time Out
    Live in Belgium, 1964

    The Dave Brubeck Quartet
    Dave Brubeck, Piano
    Paul Desmond, Alto Saxophone
    Joe Morello, Drums
    Eugene Wright, Bass

    This video was filmed live in Belgium on 10 October 1964.

    From Jazz Icons: Dave Brubeck, Live in '64 & '66
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  • Dave Brubeck - Golden Brown

    2:20

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    A little tribute to Dave Greenfield (keyboardist with The Stranglers who died with Covid-19 last week) and Paul Desmond (saxophonist with the Dave Brubeck quartet - the anniversary of his death is at the end of this month). Also because I've been enjoying editing videos and recording stuff over the last couple of months.

    A couple of people have asked how I made this video so here we go -
    I took a clip from a 1964 live version of Take Five ( and made the drum loop by chopping up the intro and turning it from 5/4 into the 3/4 - 4/4 groove that Golden Brown has. The upright bass sound is sequenced from Logic, and the piano part was played in using one of the piano sounds from a Nord Electro 5D. Then I played the sax part over the top (I play a King Zephyr alto and for this I used a hard rubber Yanigasawa mouthpiece rather than my usual bright Guardala).
    The video was then edited using the clip I'd taken the drum loop from.

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  • Dave Brubeck Quartet - Take Five

    16:02

    Dave's Bio by Jeff Janeczko:

    About this recording:
    Exclusive Milken Archive footage of the Dave Brubeck Quartet performing Take Five by Paul Desmond. Recorded live at Bryn Mawr Presbyterian Church in Bryn Mawr, Pennsylvania. Dave Brubeck, piano; Bobby Militello, saxophone; Michael Moore, bass; Randy Jones, drums.

  • Dave Brubeck Quartet Live At The North Sea Jazz Festival • 10-07-1982 • World of Jazz

    58:27

    David Warren Brubeck (December 6, 1920 – December 5, 2012) was an American jazz pianist and composer, considered to be
    one of the foremost exponents of cool jazz. He studied at the University of the Pacific. His best known group was the Dave
    Brubeck Quartet with saxofonist Paul Desmond (1924-1977), bassist Eugene Wright and drummer Joe Morello that he started in
    1951.

    Brubeck wrote a number of jazz standards, including ‘In Your Own Sweet Way’ and ‘The Duke’. His long-time musical partner,
    alto saxophonist Paul Desmond, wrote the saxophone melody for the Dave Brubeck Quartet's, ‘Take Five’, which has endured
    as a jazz classic on one of the top-selling jazz albums. He also wrote ‘Unsquare Dance (1961) in 7/4 ‘Blue Rondo a la Turk’.

    On this recording the Brubeck Quartet consists of:
    Dave Brubeck, Piano
    Chris Brubeck, bass guitar & bass trombone
    Randy Jones, drums
    Bill Smith, clarinet

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  • Dave Brubeck Quartet - Take Five

    14:24

    From the Festspielhaus Baden-Baden, Germany

    Dave Brubeck - piano
    Bobby Militello - flute, saxophone
    Michael Moore - bass
    Randy Jones - drums

    Paul Desmond - Take Five

    Dave Brubeck sees himself primarily as a composer who also plays the piano. However, it was as a jazz pianist and improviser that he rose to fame. His name is usually mentioned in conjunction with Take Five, the first jazz instrumental to sell a million copies.

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  • Swanee River // Dave Brubeck Quartet, rare live 1964

    7:42

    From the rare bootleg album 'In Concert 1964', available only on vinyl. According to album and the Allmusic website, this was informally taped at a concert in Chicago during the summer of 1964. This tune was a favorite of Dave's. Check out my post on my blog for more info
    Dave Brubeck: Piano
    Paul Desmond: Alto Sax
    Eugene Wright: Bass
    Joe Morello: Drums

  • Dave Brubeck Quartet Im In A Dancing Mood on The Ed Sullivan Show

    4:48

    Dave Brubeck Quartet I'm In A Dancing Mood on The Ed Sullivan Show, October 16, 1960. Subscribe now to never miss an update:

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  • The Dave Brubeck Quartet - Take Five

    4:57

    This is the live performance of Take Five by The Dave Brubeck Quartet at the Jazz Casual TV show. Year: 1961.

    The piece was composed by Paul Desmond (saxophonist) and originaly released on album Time Out. Studio recording: 1959.

    The Dave Brubeck Quartet: Dave Brubeck, Paul Desmond, Joe Morello and Gene Wright

  • DAVE BRUBECK QUARTET / TAKE FIVE - Michigan / 1976

    19:55

    DAVE BRUBECK QUARTET / TAKE FIVE. The Silver Anniversary Concert.
    performing: Take Five, Three to Get Ready and more...
    Dave Brubeck - piano
    Paul Desmond - sax
    Joe Morello - drums
    Eugene Wright - Bass
    The 25th Anniversary Reunion Concert at the Interlochen Arts Academy in Michigan. Recorded on March 10th & 12th, 1976.

  • Dave Brubeck - Brahms Lullaby

    3:11

    Watch the beautifully animated video for Brahms Lullaby to be enjoyed by the entire family!

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    Music video by Dave Brubeck performing Brahms Lullaby. A Verve Records release; © 2020 Derry Music Company, under exclusive license to UMG Recordings, Inc

  • Brubeck: One Moment Worth Years / The Dave Brubeck Quartet

    9:13

    Dave Brubeck: One Moment Worth Years
    From Jazz Goes to Junior College (1958)

    The Classic Dave Brubeck Quartet
    Dave Brubeck (piano)
    Paul Desmond (alto sax)
    Joe Morello (drums)
    Eugene Wright (bass)

    Recorded at the Juan-les-Pins, Antibes, France jazz festival on July 22, 1967.

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  • Brubeck: Brandenburg Gate / The Dave Brubeck Quartet

    8:40

    Dave Brubeck: Brandenburg Gate
    The Dave Brubeck Quartet

    Dave Brubeck, piano
    Paul Desmond, alto sax
    Joe Morello, drums
    Eugene Wright, bass

    Recorded live at Juan Les Pins, Antibes, France on 23 July 1967 as part of a television broadcast from the jazz festival.

  • Brubeck: Forty Days / The Dave Brubeck Quartet

    6:30

    Brubeck: Forty Days / The Dave Brubeck Quartet

    Dave Brubeck - Piano
    Paul Desmond - Alto Sax
    Eugene Wright - Bass
    Joe Morello - Drums

    Recorded in Berlin, Germany, November 9, 1964

    This composition, Forty Days, later became a part of Brubeck's oratorio, The Light in the Wilderness. TLITW is a major work for chorus, orchestra and jazz combo, and is a reflective improvisation on the theme of Jesus going out into the desert for 40 days of contemplation.

    From Jazz Icons: Dave Brubeck Live in '64 & '66
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  • Dave Brubeck - Golden Brown

    6:28

    I enjoy playing along to this track so much I went ahead and put together a quick extended version of the amazing remix done by Laurence Mason
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  • Dave Brubeck Quartet Greatest Hits Full Album

    1:2:42

    Dave Brubeck Quartet Greatest Hits Full Album
    Dave Brubeck Quartet Greatest Hits Full Album
    Dave Brubeck Quartet Greatest Hits Full Album


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  • Season of Stream Vol 4, Ep 1 | Dave Brubeck Centennial Celebration

    1:21:25

    Celebrate the 100th birthday of the legendary pianist and composer Dave Brubeck. The classic Brubeck quartet is saluted when saxophonist Jason Swagler is joined by pianist Matt Villinger, bassist Bob DeBoo, and drummer Marty Morrison. Take five, or even better, take an evening and join us for a celebration of one of the most defining figures in jazz history.

  • Dave Brubeck Quartet - Newport Jazz Festival, Newport, RI - July 3, 1958

    49:27

    Personnel:
    Dave Brubeck – piano
    Paul Desmond – saxophone
    Joe Benjamin – double bass
    Joe Morello – drums



    Recorded July 3, 1958 at the Newport Jazz Festival, Newport, RI.



    1.) Things Ain't What They Used To Be 0:00
    2.) Jump for Joy 7:02
    3.) Perdido 12:23
    4.) Liberian Suite - Dance No.3 25:12
    5.) The Duke 31:40
    6.) Flamingo 38:07
    7.)C Jam Blues 44:34





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  • Brubeck: Koto Song | The Dave Brubeck Quartet, Live in Belgium 1964

    6:03

    Brubeck: Koto Song
    From the album Jazz Impressions of Japan

    Dave Brubeck, Piano
    Paul Desmond, Alto Saxophone
    Joe Morello, Drums
    Eugene Wright, Bass

    This video was filmed live in Belgium on 10 October 1964.

    From Jazz Icons: Dave Brubeck, Live in '64 & '66
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  • Dave Brubeck Quartet - live concert, 1964

    32:16

    Live session culminating in Paul Desmond's classic 'Take Five' at 24:48, for the 'Jazz Pour Tous' Belgian TV show. Dave Brubeck – piano, Paul Desmond – alto saxophone, Joe Morello – drums, Eugene Wright – double bass. Wikipedia:- Brubeck experimented with time signatures throughout his career, recording Pick Up Sticks in 6/4, Unsquare Dance in 7/4, World's Fair in 13/4, and Blue Rondo à la Turk in 9/8. He was also a composer of orchestral and sacred music and wrote soundtracks for television, such as Mr. Broadway and the animated miniseries This Is America, Charlie Brown.

    Often incorrectly attributed to Brubeck, the song Take Five, which has become a jazz standard, was composed by Brubeck's long-time musical partner, alto saxophonist Paul Desmond. Appearing on one of the top-selling jazz albums, Time Out, and written in 5/4 time, Take Five has endured as a jazz classic associated with Brubeck.

    Adnan in the comments identified 'Koto Song' starting at 8:21 - thanks! Can anyone share what the other tracks are?

    #DaveBrubeck #CoolJazz #TakeFive

  • Jazz Icons: Dave Brubeck- Live In 64 & 66 Preview

    2:28

    This is a sample clip of the new DVD from the second series of Jazz Icons, due out September 4, 2007.For more info visit

  • Naxos 2.119005 BRUBECK, Dave: Live in 64 and 66

    2:28

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  • Brubeck Brothers Quartet | KNKX Zoom Events

    1:13:05

    It’s just in time for Father’s Day, with Chris and Dan Brubeck paying tribute to their Dad--jazz giant Dave Brubeck--along with the rest of the quartet, featuring performances of some of Dave’s timeless tunes including “Take Five” and “Blue Rondo a la Turk.” This KNKX exclusive performance by the Brubeck Brothers Quartet, prerecorded in the Brubeck Room at the Wilton (Connecticut) Library, home of the Brubeck Archives, will be preceded by Abe’s Q&A with Chris Brubeck.

    Produced by Christopher Andrew Studios
    Audio recorded and mixed by Jeremy McDonald
    Filmed by Christopher McDonald and Kevin Eikenberg
    Edited by Christopher McDonald

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  • Dave Brubeck Quartet - Live 1967 FULL ALBUM

    56:14

    01. St. Louis Blues
    02. Forty Days On A Desert
    03. One Moment
    04. Mexican Folk Song
    05. Blues For Joe Morello
    06. Take Five
    07. Take The 'A' Train
    08. Cassandra

    PAUL DESMOND : SAX ALTO
    DAVE BRUBECK : PIANO
    GENE WRIGHT : BASS
    JOE MORELLO : DRUMS

    Juan-Les-Pins, July 23, 1967

  • Brubeck: Unisphere / Dave Brubeck Quartet / Helsinki, October 6, 1964

    7:08

    Dave Brubeck: Unisphere
    From the 1964 album Time Changes

    The Dave Brubeck Quartet
    Dave Brubeck, piano
    Paul Desmond, alto sax
    Joe Morello, drums
    Eugene Wright, bass

    Recorded live in Helsinki, Finland on October 6, 1964.

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  • Rotterdam Blues

    6:53

    Provided to YouTube by Rhino Atlantic

    Rotterdam Blues · Dave Brubeck

    We're All Together Again For The First Time (Live)

    ℗ 1973 Atlantic Recording Corporation for the United States and WEA International Inc. for the world outside of the United States.

    Drums: Alan Dawson
    Piano, Producer: Dave Brubeck
    Saxophone: Gerry Mulligan
    Alto Saxophone: Paul Desmond
    Producer: Siegfried Loch
    Writer: Dave Brubeck

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  • All The Things You Are

    9:13

    Provided to YouTube by Universal Music Group

    All The Things You Are (Live) · Dave Brubeck Quartet · Paul Desmond · Ron Crotty · Joe Dodge

    Jazz At The College Of The Pacific

    ℗ 1954 Fantasy, Inc.

    Released on: 1987-01-01

    Associated Performer, Bass (vocal): Ron Crotty
    Associated Performer, Piano: Dave Brubeck
    Associated Performer, Alto Saxophone: Paul Desmond
    Associated Performer, Drum: Joe Dodge
    Composer: Jerome Kern
    Author: Oscar Hammerstein II

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  • La Paloma Azul

    6:16

    Provided to YouTube by Columbia/Legacy

    La Paloma Azul (Live) · Dave Brubeck

    Bravo! Brubeck!

    ℗ Originally Released 1967 SONY BMG MUSIC ENTERTAINMENT

    Released on: 1998-10-20

    Producer: Teo Macero
    Drums: Joe Morello
    Composer, Lyricist: Traditional
    Arranger: D. Brubeck
    Bass: Eugene Wright
    Alto Saxophone: Paul Desmond

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  • Softly, William, Softly - Dave Brubeck Quartet, live 1966

    5:08

    A live recording of the Dave Brubeck Quartet at the Newport Jazz Festival, Newport, Rhode Island, in the summer of 1966. This recording is rather intriguing in that it captures a fascinating and humorous moment mid-performance. Just as Paul is finishing his solo and Brubeck is beginning his, an audience member loudly mentions the song 'Camp Town Races'. What happens next is a testament to Brubeck's musical mind.

    Dave Brubeck: Piano
    Paul Desmond: Alto Sax
    Eugene Wright: Bass
    Joe Morello: Drums

  • Dave Brubeck – All Through The Night

    3:08

    Listen to “All Through The Night” from Dave Brubeck’s new album ‘Lullabies’!

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  • Dave Brubeck - Tritonis

    7:38

  • Dave Brubeck Quartet - Pick Up Sticks

    4:17

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    David Warren Dave Brubeck (December 6, 1920 – December 5, 2012) was an American jazz pianist and composer, considered to be one of the foremost exponents of cool jazz. He wrote a number of jazz standards, including In Your Own Sweet Way and The Duke. Brubeck's style ranged from refined to bombastic, reflecting his mother's attempts at classical training and his improvisational skills. His music is known for employing unusual time signatures, and superimposing contrasting rhythms, meters, and tonalities.
    His long-time musical partner, alto saxophonist Paul Desmond, wrote the saxophone melody for the Dave Brubeck Quartet's best remembered piece, Take Five, which is in 5/4 time and has endured as a jazz classic on one of the top-selling jazz albums, Time Out. Brubeck experimented with time signatures throughout his career, recording Pick Up Sticks in 6/4, Unsquare Dance in 7/4, World's Fair in 13/4, and Blue Rondo à la Turk in 9/8. He was also a respected composer of orchestral and sacred music, and wrote soundtracks for television such as Mr. Broadway and the animated miniseries This Is America, Charlie Brown.
    Brubeck was born in the San Francisco Bay Area city of Concord, California, and grew up in Ione. His father, Peter Howard Pete Brubeck, was a cattle rancher, and his mother, Elizabeth (née Ivey), who had studied piano in England under Myra Hess and intended to become a concert pianist, taught piano for extra money. His father had Swiss ancestry (the family surname was originally Brodbeck) and possibly Native American Modoc lineage, while his maternal grandparents were English and German. Brubeck originally did not intend to become a musician (his two older brothers, Henry and Howard, were already on that track), but took lessons from his mother. He could not read music during these early lessons, attributing this difficulty to poor eyesight, but faked his way through, well enough that this deficiency went mostly unnoticed.
    In 1951, Brubeck damaged several neck vertebrae and his spinal cord while diving into the surf in Hawaii. He would later remark that the rescue workers who responded had described him as a DOA (dead on arrival). Brubeck recovered after a few months, but suffered with residual nerve pain in his hands for years after. The injury also influenced his playing style towards complex, blocky chords rather than speedy, high-dexterity, single-note runs.
    In 1951, Brubeck damaged several neck vertebrae and his spinal cord while diving into the surf in Hawaii. He would later remark that the rescue workers who responded had described him as a DOA (dead on arrival). Brubeck recovered after a few months, but suffered with residual nerve pain in his hands for years after. The injury also influenced his playing style towards complex, blocky chords rather than speedy, high-dexterity, single-note runs.
    Brubeck organized the Dave Brubeck Quartet in 1951, with Paul Desmond on alto saxophone. They took up a long residency at San Francisco's Black Hawk nightclub and gained great popularity touring college campuses, recording a series of albums with such titles as Jazz at Oberlin (1953), Jazz at the College of the Pacific (1953), and Brubeck's debut on Columbia Records, Jazz Goes to College (1954).
    When Brubeck signed with Fantasy Records, he thought he had a half interest in the company and he worked as a sort of A & R man for the label, encouraging the Weiss brothers to sign other contemporary jazz performers, including Gerry Mulligan, Chet Baker and Red Norvo. When he discovered that all he owned was a half interest in his own recording, he was more than willing to sign with another label, Columbia Records.
    In 1954, he was featured on the cover of Time, the second jazz musician to be so honored (the first was Louis Armstrong on February 21, 1949). Brubeck personally found this accolade embarrassing, since he considered Duke Ellington more deserving of it and was convinced that he had been favored for being Caucasian. Ellington himself knocked on the door of Brubeck's hotel room to show him the cover and the only reaction Brubeck could give was, “It should have been you.”
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  • Dave Brubeck – When Its Sleepy Time Down South

    3:31

    Listen to “When It's Sleepy Time Down South” from Dave Brubeck’s new album ‘Lullabies’!

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  • Strange Meadowlark

    7:12

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    Strange Meadowlark · The Dave Brubeck Quartet

    Time Outtakes

    ℗ Brubeck Editions

    Released on: 2020-12-04

    Music Publisher: Brubeck Editions
    Composer: Dave Brubeck, Paul Desmond, Al Goodhart, Al Hoffman, Maurice Sigler
    Lyricist: Dave Brubeck

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  • Take Five – Time OutTakes

    5:49

    Time OutTakes will be available on December 4, 2020 in time to celebrate Dave’s 100th Birthday on 12/6/2020. It will contain never before heard takes from the original 1959 session.

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    Take Five
    From the album Time OutTakes (Previously Unreleased Takes from the Original 1959 Sessions)

    The Dave Brubeck Quartet
    Dave Brubeck, piano
    Paul Desmond, alto sax
    Joe Morello, drums
    Eugene Wright, bass

    Take Five written in 5/4, was a time signature so new to jazz that The Dave Brubeck Quartet abandoned it on the first of three recording sessions.

    It's fascinating to hear on this track that the iconic drum beat wasn't set yet and Joe Morello was playing a very syncopated Latin beat. Even alto saxophonist, Paul Desmond, had not yet settled on a consistent melody.  Brubeck was playing the famous piano vamp in order to hold the piece together along with the glue provided by Gene Wright on bass.

    It was supposed to simply be a tune that would feature the drums.  This version from Time OutTakes explodes with one hell of a drum solo, longer than the original hit single, proving why Joe was considered one of the very best drummers in jazz.

  • Wright: The Wright Groove / The Dave Brubeck Quartet

    3:08

    Eugene Wright's The Wright Grove performed by the Dave Brubeck Quartet on BBC's Jazz 625 on 9 June 1964. The footage was restored and re-edited for repeat transmission in 1990.

    Dave Brubeck - Piano
    Joe Morello - Drums
    Paul Desmond - Sax
    Eugene Wright - Bass

    Terry Henebery - director
    Introduction by Steve Race

  • Dave Brubeck – Lullaby For Iola

    2:47

    Listen to “Lullaby For Iola” from Dave Brubeck’s new album ‘Lullabies’!

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  • Dave Brubeck Interview Circa 1955

    59:39

    Dave interviewed by Willis Conover who did much to promote jazz. This is probably the earliest extended interview Dave did. I date this as 1955 as he mentions that Jazz: Red Hot And Cool had just been released.

    One thing revealed here is that Dave was interested in complex rhythms and unusual time signatures years before Time Out was recorded.

  • Jam Session

    7:52

    Provided to YouTube by The state51 Conspiracy

    Jam Session (Live) · Dave Brubeck · Bill Smith · Randy Jones · Chris Brubeck · B.B. King

    Live at Midem 1983

    ℗ 2021 Lyra Productions/America, Inc.

    Released on: 1983-01-28

    Composer: B.B. King
    Composer: DAVE BRUBECK
    Lyricist: BB King
    Lyricist: DAVE BRUBECK
    Music Publisher: Valentine Music Ltd

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

  • Blue Rondo A La Turk - Dave Brubeck Quartet best version ever

    12:50

    live at Carnegie Hall, NYC, 21 feb 1963
    Paul Desmond (as)
    Dave Brubeck (p)
    Gene Wright (b)
    Joe Morello (d)

  • Dave Brubeck Trio feat. Benny Goodman Live at Rock Rimmon Jazz Festival - 1963

    24:18

    The Dave Brubeck Trio feat. Benny Goodman and others, Live at Rock Rimmon Jazz Festival in New Hampshire, 1963-07-12.
    -Lineup:
    Bobby Hackett - cornet
    Benny Goodman - clarinet
    Dave Brubeck - piano
    Gene Wright - bass
    Joe Morello - drums
    -Setlist:
    01. Poor Butterfly
    02. Sweet Georgia Brown
    03. On The Sunny Side Of The Street

  • Dave Brubeck- Indian Summer

    3:52

    From the album '' The Mellow Sound Of Dave Brubeck''

  • Introduction of Dave Brubeck Quartet (Live at the Washington Monument, Washington, D.C. -...

    53

    Provided to YouTube by Columbia/Legacy

    Introduction of Dave Brubeck Quartet (Live at the Washington Monument, Washington, D.C. - August 1962) · William B. Williams

    Bennett & Brubeck: The White House Sessions, Live 1962

    ℗ Originally recorded 1962 & released 2013. All rights reserved by Kadan, Ltd.

    Released on: 2013-05-20

    Associated Performer: The Dave Brubeck Quartet
    Producer: Teo Macero
    Executive Producer: Danny Bennett
    Executive Producer: Russell Gloyd
    Producer: Dae Bennett
    Producer: Didier C. Deutsch
    Mastering Engineer, Mixing Engineer, Producer: Mark G. Wilder

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  • Dave Brubeck - The Quartet full album

    48:42

    Label:Lester Recording Catalog 33C38-7681
    Format:CD
    Country:Japan
    Released:1985
    Genre:Jazz
    Style:Cool Jazz

    2 Three To Get Ready
    3 St. Louis Blues
    4 Forty Days
    5 Softly, William, Softly [Summer Song]
    6 Someday My Prince Will Come
    7 Brandenburg Gate
    8 In Your Own Sweet Way

    Credits
    Alto Saxophone – Paul Desmond (tracks: 1-6)
    Bass – Gene Wright (tracks: 1-6)
    Drums – Joe Morello (tracks: 1-6)
    Electric Piano – Darius Brubeck (tracks: 7-8)
    Keyboards – Darius Brubeck (tracks: 7-8)
    Piano – Dave Brubeck

    Notes
    No recording information is listed on the packaging, but these are believed to be recorded live in Paris, c. spring 1961 (1-6) and at Montreux Jazz Festival, July 17, 1977 (7-8). Musicans are unknown for tracks 7-8

    Track 1 is actually 'Cassandra'
    Track 5 is actually 'Softly, William, Softly'

    There is also a clarintet present on track 8, so it is likely either Perry Robinson or Bill Smith.

  • BESAME MUCHO - DAVE BRUBECK QUARTET

    5:54

    The Dave Brubeck Quartet ‎– Bravo! Brubeck!
    David Dave Warren Brubeck (6 de dezembro de 1920 – 5 de dezembro de 2012, Concord, Califórnia foi um pianista de jazz norte-americano.
    LP COLUMBIA LEGACY 1998 CK 65723
    Alto Saxophone – Paul Desmond
    Bass – Eugene Wright
    Bongos, Congas – Salvador Rabito Agueros
    Drums – Joe Morello
    Guitar – Benjamin Chamin Correa
    Piano – Dave Brubeck

    BESAME MUCHO
    (Consuelo Velazquez)

    Bésame, bésame mucho
    Como si fuera esta noche
    La última vez
    Bésame, bésame mucho
    Que tengo miedo a tenerte
    Perderte después

    Quiero tenerte muy cerca
    Mirarme en tus ojos
    Verte junto a mí
    Piensa que talvez mañana
    Yo ya estaré lejos
    Muy lejos de aquí

    Bésame, bésame mucho
    Como si fuera esta noche
    La última vez
    Bésame, bésame mucho
    Que tengo miedo a tenerte
    Perderte después
    Bésame, bésame mucho

    Vídeo de Antônio Augusto dos Santos, Fotos e imagens da Internet. Em 25/07/2017 . Tratando-se de vídeo sem fim comercial, apenas ilustrativo, se alguém sentir –se prejudicada nos direitos autorais da música, favor avisar-me pelo e-mail bocayuvamaster@gmail.com que retirarei a música do vídeo. Obrigado.

  • Laurence Mason feat. Dave Brubeck - Golden Brown

    3:39

    This is an extended edit of the masterpiece that is Golden Brown by Laurence Mason.
    This is only a temporary placeholder until Laurence releases his own extended 45rpm version. Dedicated to Dave Greenfield RIP. More info:

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