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  • An MVD Exclusive
  • Format: CD
  • SKU: M1302-2
  • UPC: 4017425130225
  • Street Date: 03/08/19
  • PreBook Date: 02/01/19
  • Label: Moosicus »
  • Genre: Jazz
  • Run Time: 108:50 mins
  • Number of Discs: 2
  • Year of Production: 1958
  • Box Lot: 0
  • Territory: US
  • Language: English


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Dave Brubeck - NDR 60 Years Jazz Edition No02

Dave Brubeck's quartet on the US ambassador tour on the 28th of February 1958 in Hanover, Germany

Dave Brubeck - NDR 60 Years Jazz Edition No02
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Back to the Hanover college ... While Brubeck challenged the producers for the program of the "Time Out" LP a year later with a lot of his own compositions, at the end of February 1958 he only included two of his own works among a lot of Jazz material from the "American Songbook", without resorting populistically to the eternal hits and evergreens of the time. Recognizing "Gone With The Wind" at the start of the concert shows just how knowledgeable the audience is. The Brubeck original "One Moment Worth Years" is followed by "Someday My Prince Will Come", a hit from the popular "Snow White" film by Walt Disney (whom Brubeck greatly admired, as evidenced by the LP program "Dave digs Disney"), but above all the pianist can celebrate the mix of rhythms here which dominates the rest of the evening. Then the bassist Eugene Wright takes center stage: some standards follow: "For All We Know" and Ellington's "Take the A-Train", received with enthusiastic applause and introduced by Brubeck's own Ellington homage "The Duke"; then "Out Of Nowhere". We can still be astounded by the clarity of the recording, making the dialogue between Desmond and Brubeck sound as if it was recorded today; and although countless technical advances have been made to improve the quality in the more than half a century since these recording - an outstanding live recording from then, overseen by the radio technicians from NDR, can still distinguish itself with flying colors.

Track Listing

Disc 1:
  • Gone With The Wind
  • One Moment Worth Years
  • Someday My Prince Will Come
  • The Wright Groove
  • For All We Know
  • The Duke
  • Take The A-Train
  • Out Of Nowhere
  • Disc 2:
    • Two Part Contention
    • I´m In A Dancing Mood
    • These Foolish Things
    • Drums Along The Thames (Watusi Drums)d
    • St. Louis Blues

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