At Newport 1956 and 1959 (Digipack Edition)
  • Columbia CL 932 Columbia CL 932

Dave Brubeck

At Newport 1956 and 1959 (Digipack Edition)

Jazz Beat

Personnel:
Dave Brubeck (p), Paul Desmond (as), Norman Bates, Eugene Wright (b), Joe Dodge, Joe Morello (d)

Reference: JB 528

Bar code: 8436019585283

This release presents two rarely heard and long out of print Newport performances by the celebrated Dave Brubeck Quartet with Paul Desmond on alto sax. As a bonus, this CD also includes two live tracks from a radio broadcast taped during a 1958 Goodwill international tour organized by the US State Department.


Tracklisting:

01. In Your Own Sweet Way
02. Two Part Contention
03. Take The A Train
04. Im In A Dancing Mood
05. Gone With The Wind
06. The Lonesome Road
07. Three To Get Ready
08. Blue Rondo A La Turk
09. Out Of Nowhere (*) Bonus Track
10. These Foolish Things (*) Bonus Track

Total time: 70:27 min.


Tracks #1-4 from "Dave Brubeck And Jay & Kai At Newport (Columbia CL 932). Personnel: Dave Brubeck (p), Paul Desmond (as), Norman Bates (b) and Joe Dodge (d). Rcoded live at Newport Jazz Festival, Newport, Rhode Island, on july 6, 1956.

Tracks #5-8 from "Dave Brubeck/Paul Desmond - St. Louis Blues" (Moon MCD 028-2). Personnel: Dave Brubeck (p), Paul Desmond (as), Eugene Wright (b) and Joe Morello (d). Recorded live at Newport Jazz Festival, Newport, Rhode Island, on july 5, 1959.

(*) The bonus tracks #9-10 has the same personnel as #5-8, and were recorded live in Hannover, Germany, on February 28, 1958.

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$16.44  (tax incl.)

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