From the album Take Five

1966 in Germany

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

Previously: Dave Brubeck Quartet

Category: Music, Weekend

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One Response to “Dave Brubeck (1920-2012) Take Five”

  1. theexpertisin says:

    BR, I was a musician in his 1969ish recording of his Oratorio/Mass for orchestra and choir. As I remember, Mr. Brubeck was orderly, thoroughly professional and exact with his directions and expectations. Although he is known primarily for jazz, Brubeck was a well-schooled composer in many areas of music.

    The closest comparison I can make to Dave Brubeck is Wynton Marsalis, who is writing great stuff in several music idioms and is keeping great jazz alive and well with his Lincoln Center Jazz group….a must see in residence or on tour throughout the world.