JAZZ ON SUNDAY: DAVE BRUBECK - PARIS 1972

January 3, 2021 – 5:33 am

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DAVE BRUBECK QUINTET
Paris 1972 [no label, 2CD]

Live at the Olympia, Paris, France; October 26, 1972. Very good (glorious) stereo FM.

In 1959, the Dave Brubeck Quartet recorded Time Out, an album about which the record label was enthusiastic but which they were nonetheless hesitant to release. Featuring the cover art of S. Neil Fujita, the album contained all original compositions, almost none of which were in common time: 9/8, 5/4, 3/4, and 6/4 were used, inspired by Eurasian folk music they experienced during their 1958 Department of State sponsored tour. Nonetheless, on the strength of these unusual time signatures (the album included “Take Five”, “Blue Rondo à la Turk”, and “Three To Get Ready”), it quickly went Platinum. It was the first jazz album to sell more than a million copies. A high point for the group was their 1963 live album At Carnegie Hall, described by critic Richard Palmer as “arguably Dave Brubeck’s greatest concert”. - wikipedia

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Thanks to Cosmikd for sharing the show at Dime.

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Broadcast: Les Légendes du Jazz, France Musique, dec 5 & 6, 2020

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Disc 1
Track 101. Things Ain’t What They Used To Be (Mercer Ellington) 13:32
Track 102. Truth (Dave Brubeck) 7:24
Track 103. The Sermon On The Mount (Dave Brubeck) 6:44
Track 104. Jumpin’ Bean (Gerry Mulligan) 8:06
105. Koto Song (Dave Brubeck) - Omitted*
Track 106. Circadian Dysrhythmia (Dave Brubeck) 6:52
Track 107. Thank You (Dave Brubeck) 5:05
48 mins

* Officially released on We’re All Together Again for the First Time.

Disc 2
Track 201. Someday My Prince Will Come (Frank Churchill, Larry Morey) 9:00
Track 202. Line For Lyons (Gerry Mulligan) 7:16
Track 203. All The Things You Are (Jerome Kern, Oscar Hammerstein) 9:42
Track 204. Take Five (Paul Desmond) 12:22
Track 205. Blues (Dave Brubeck) 7:53
47 mins

Lineup:
Dave Brubeck - piano
Paul Desmond
- alto sax
Gerry Mulligan
- baritone sax
Jack Six
- bass
Alan Dawson
- drums

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  1. 19 Responses to “JAZZ ON SUNDAY: DAVE BRUBECK - PARIS 1972”

  2. Now we’re talking the piano master of cool jazz. Some real Jazz too! Who was that nob who used to drop by just to tell us when he thought something that was beyond him wasn’t jazz? Whatever him to him?
    On extended holiday with Darth, Anti and all the other trolls . . . hurry up the rest of you we can wait . . . . . ;)

    Thanks Big O

    Appreciated - Happy New Year!

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    By Madame Phoot on Jan 3, 2021

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  19. R.I.P. Eugene Wright: “Wright’s most notable work was with the Dave Brubeck Quartet, which he joined in 1958. He remained with Brubeck until 1968, as part of the classic line-up with Paul Desmond and Joe Morello, and featured in Brubeck’s notable standards “Take Five” and “Blue Rondo à la Turk”. He recorded more than 30 albums with the group. Brubeck himself wrote that Wright “grounded the group”, allowing them “to play other tempos and do polyrhythmic things and he wouldn’t budge from this grounded beat.”

    By harmon on Jan 8, 2021

  20. #205 sounds like different take on Rotterdam Blues also found on “We’re All Together Again For The First Time” Thank you Big-O!!

    By California Jim on Jan 16, 2021

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