Dave Brubeck Quartet - Time Out -1959 Analogue Productions Audiophile Jazz - Sealed 200 Grm LP
Dave Brubeck - Time Out
Label: Analogue Productions APJ 8192, Columbia CS 8192 Format: Vinyl, LP, Album, Reissue, Stereo, 200g
Released: Oct 2015
Originally Released: 1959
Gatefold jacket, with rare black and white photos from the Columbia Studios recording session. Heavy-duty chipboard shell stock by Stoughton Printing
Reissue of Time Out in 33 1/3 RPM.
A1 Blue Rondo A La Turk
A2 Strange Meadow Lark
A3 Take Five
B1 Three To Get Ready
B2 Kathy's Waltz
B3 Everybody's Jumpin'
B4 Pick Up Sticks
Manufactured By Sony Music Entertainment
Copyright (c) Sony Music Entertainment
Pressed By Quality Record Pressings
Mastered At Bernie Grundman Mastering
Lacquer Cut At Bernie Grundman Mastering
Alto Saxophone Paul Desmond
Bass Gene Wright*
Drums Joe Morello
Engineer [Original Recording] Fred Plaut
Lacquer Cut By Bernie Grundman
Mastered By [Reissue] Bernie Grundman
Photography By Don Hunstein
Piano Dave Brubeck
Producer Teo Macero
Analogue Productions set out to produce the ultimate test record. ... This record was pressed at Quality Record Pressings on 200 gram vinyl.
Cut By Bernie Grundman
It is out of this world!!. I love how the acoustic bass just jumps out of the speakers on "Take Five
Time Out helped launch a series of Time records, which, for awhile, became a minor fad in jazz, and had a number of musicians, mainly drummers, demonstrating adroitly time signatures.
it's one of those vital albums that transcends musical boundaries, and it's accessible to the masses while also remaining cutting edge. Producer Teo Macero, who is also responsible for some of Miles Davis' most essential recordings, brings out the very best in each of the players on this record.
In my opinion, the very heart of this 1959 release is the exceptional "Take Five." The dynamic interaction between Brubeck's piano and Paul Desmond's expressive saxophone makes this one of the most unforgettable and powerful pieces of jazz ever played on a vinyl record. Other album cuts like "Three to Get Ready" and "Blue Rondo a la Turk" are timeless pieces that are so effortlessly graceful they seem to walk on water. Along with Miles' "Kind of Blue" and Coltrane's "A Love Supreme," Brubeck's "Time Out" is one of THE essential jazz recordings to own.
Dave Brubeck Quartet - Blue Rondo A La Turk
"The Lively Ones" television show first broadcast July 25, 1962. The Quartet is shown riding a magic carpet over a freeway in Los Angeles.
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The Dave Brubeck Quartet - Take Five (1961)
Dave Brubeck, Paul Desmond, Joe Morello and Gene Wright
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Dave Brubeck Quartet - Three To Get Ready
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|Format||LP, 180 Gram|