Marian McPartland's Piano Jazz Radio Broadcast With Dave Brubeck

Dave Brubeck

Marian McPartlands Piano Jazz Radio Broadcast With TJA 12043 2
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    1. Conversation 3:12
    2. St. Louis Blues 7:09
    3. Conversation 2:22
    4. Thank You 3:16
    5. Conversation 2:35
    6. The Duke 4:03
    7. Conversation 6:57
    8. In Your Own Sweet Way 4:59
    9. Conversation 5:43
    10. One Moment Worth Years 2:37
    11. Conversation 1:24
    12. Summer Song 4:34
    13. Conversation 2:30
    14. Free Piece 3:20
    15. Conversation 1:32
    16. Polytonal Blues 1:04
    17. Conversation 2:25
    18. Take Five 4:24

As part of a series of selected CD releases from Marian McPartland’s Peadbody Award-winning Piano Jazz radio show, as heard on National Public Radio, legendary Dave Brubeck, joins Marian for a fantastic combination of conversation and music-making.

Brubeck is not only a great musician, but also a composer with chops. He has a full grasp of jazz piano history and as Marian McPartland revealed in her Piano Jazz meeting with him, the world would be at a loss if such he had never written any music.

The show was recorded on air on March 23, 1984.

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