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"Dave Brubeck/Cal Tjader, Octet"

DAVE BRUBECK - OCTET - PAUL DESMOND - CAL TJADER - with this out of print edition unique marketing sticker with information about the artist and personnel involved in this masterpiece. Only available on this limited edition STICKER pressing. Out of Print FACTORY SEALED limited edition LP - Collectors Note: This limited edition pressing is now out of print & gone from the last distributor that had any of these pressing left within their inventory. This means that this specific title is "Here Today but For Sure Gone Tomorrow Forever". So Don't Miss Out on adding this to your collection beacuse mymusicfix only has a couple copies left forever. LAST COPY FOREVER Dave Brubeck's early reputation was based on recordings for Fantasy with his trio and, soon after, the quartet sides with Paul Desmond. However, the octet he was involved with from 1946 has never been given its proper due. Desmond, trumpeter Dick Collins, tenor saxophonist Dave Van Kriedt, clarinetist Bill Smith, and Brubeck were heard in solo, but the emphasis is on the writing by Brubeck, Jack Weeks, and, particularly, the fugal inventions of Van Kriedt. Many of the writers involved, including, of course, Brubeck, were students of composer Darius Milhaud at the time. Some of these pieces were recorded in 1946, three years before the Miles Davis Nonet, and certainly ahead of their time. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Track Listings 1. The Way You Look Tonight 2. Love Walked In 3. What Is This Thing Called Love 4. September in the Rain 5. Prelude 6. Fugue on Bop Themes 7. Let's Fall in Love 8. Ipca 9. How High the Moon 10. Serenade Suite 11. Playland-at-the-Beach 12. Prisoner's Song 13. Schizophrenic Scherzo 14. Rondo 15. I Hear a Rhapsody 16. You Go to My Head 17. Laura 18. Closing Theme Dave Brubeck's early reputation was based on recordings for Fantasy with his trio and, soon after, the quartet sides with Paul Desmond. However, the octet he was involved with from 1946 has never been given its proper due. Desmond, trumpeter Dick Collins, tenor saxophonist Dave Van Kriedt, clarinetist Bill Smith, and Brubeck were heard in solo, but the emphasis is on the writing by Brubeck, Jack Weeks, and, particularly, the fugal inventions of Van Kriedt. Many of the writers involved, including, of course, Brubeck, were students of composer Darius Milhaud at the time. Some of these pieces were recorded in 1946, three years before the Miles Davis Nonet, and certainly ahead of their time. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Track Listings 1. The Way You Look Tonight 2. Love Walked In 3. What Is This Thing Called Love 4. September in the Rain 5. Prelude 6. Fugue on Bop Themes 7. Let's Fall in Love 8. Ipca 9. How High the Moon 10. Serenade Suite 11. Playland-at-the-Beach 12. Prisoner's Song 13. Schizophrenic Scherzo 14. Rondo 15. I Hear a Rhapsody 16. You Go to My Head 17. Laura 18. Closing Theme
SKU Number: DOLP 239
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