Best Of Brubeck (1979-2004)

Dave Brubeck

Best Of Brubeck 1979 2004
  • CAT # CCD2-30075-25

    DISC ONE  
    1. Yesterdays (Live) 8:01
    2. Symphony 5:05
    3. Koto Song 8:50
    4. Black And Blue 7:11
    5. Big Bad Basie (Live) 5:33
    6. Reflections Of You 5:24
    7. Blue Lake Tahoe 5:10
    8. Dizzy's Dream 4:08
    9. St. Louis Blues 9:45
    10. Take Five 7:08
    DISC TWO  
    1. Cherokee (Live) 5:35
    2. Fourth of July 5:15
    3. The Things You Never Remember 7:59
    4. Waltzing 7:15
    5. I Got Rhythm (Live) 6:57
    6. Day After Day 6:45
    7. Love For Sale (Live) 8:37
    8. Cassandra 4:18
    9. Forty Days 6:19
    10. River Stay 'Way From My Door (Live) 6:24

In celebration of Dave Brubeck’s 60th Anniversary of his recording debut, Concord Music Group proudly presents Best of Brubeck (1979-2004). The 20 selections herein, recorded for Concord Jazz (DISC ONE) and Telarc (DISC TWO), are a model of balance between live and in-studio performances (11 and 9 selections, respectively). There are 11 supple Brubeck originals, older and newer, joined by standards and jazz perennials.

Featuring: Bobby Militello, alto saxophone; Jack Six, bass (#1-4, 10); Alec Dankworth, bass (#5,6); Michael Moore, bass (#7-9); Randy Jones, drums

*FIRST EVER COMPILATION that combines the best of Brubeck’s Concord and Telarc material, 1979-2004.

*Compiled by original session producer, RUSSELL GLOYD.

*Liner notes by noted jazz historian, BOB BLUMENTHAL.

*Features Brubeck’s signature song, “TAKE FIVE” (recorded live in Moscow ).

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