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How High The Moon - The Dave Brubeck Quartet - Jazz At Oberlin (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. A Must Buy for anyone who likes jazz music and Dave Brubeck! Dave Brubeck performs alongside Paul Desmond, Ron Crotty and Lloyd Davis. "Dubbed as Dave Brubeck's first of many live recordings issued from concert performances on college campuses, Jazz at Oberlin (Ohio, in the Finney Chapel) also takes to task the notion that his band was ineffably cool.
  2. "Jazz at Oberlin + 1" af Dave -quartet- Brubeck - LP (LP VINYL). På engelsk. Genre: Jazz. Udgivet 13/ Vejer g. This album is unquestionably one of Brubeck's best. This album should be included in every music-lover's collection because it will appeal immensely to jazz, classical, and pop listeners. The interplay between the pianist-leader and altoist Paul Desmond on "Perdido.
  3. Tracks: These Foolish Things, Perdido, Stardust, The Way You Look Tonight, How High The Moon. Tracklist A1 The Way You Look Tonight A2 How High The Moon B1 These Foolish Things B2 Perdido B3 Stardust Credits Bass - Ron Crotty Drums - Lloyd Davis Piano - Dave Brubeck Saxophone [Alto] - Paul Desmond Notes Recorded at Oberlin College in Ohio/5(32).
  4. Label: Fantasy - , VIJ • Format: Vinyl LP, Album, Promo, Mono • Country: Japan • Genre: Jazz • Style: Bop, Cool Jazz The Dave Brubeck Quartet - Jazz At Oberlin (Vinyl) | Discogs Explore.
  5. Mar 29,  · Although a touch underrated, Jazz at Oberlin is one of the early Dave Brubeck classic recordings. The interplay between the pianist-leader and altoist Paul Desmond on "Perdido" borders on the miraculous, and their renditions of "The Way You Look Tonight," "How High the Moon" and "Stardust" are quite memorable.
  6. Arthur Young - Get Lit 2. According to The New Grove Dictionary of Jazz it was "one of the most successful jazz fusion bands in Japan". This Is the Moment - 1 () Hi-Res By bestmusic , Hi-Res & Vinyl, Jazz 0 Comments Genre: Jazz Release Date: Format: Flac (tracks) Quality: 24bit – lossless.
  7. A previously unpublished interview with Dave Brubeck - the late pianist on his sacred recordings and more. Dave Brubeck left us nearly a year ago, but the man’s music lives on through his many records. The pianist is most famous for his work with the Dave Brubeck Quartet, featuring Paul .
  8. Dave Brubeck Quartet - How High the Moon, Parts 1 & 2 (Jazz At Oberlin) - ciastarweltuirienewsflirmilhearovenbi.coinfo Music This was the first jazz LP that I bought. This was a great album which brings back many happy memories of watching this group in Manchester in the late 50's. This is a must have, Brubeck and Desmond in their prime, a keeper. Jazz at Oberlin - Dave /5(48).

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