Time Out - The Dave Brubeck Quartet

Time Out

The Dave Brubeck Quartet

  • Genre: Jazz
  • Release Date: 1997-03-25
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 7

  • ℗ Originally released 1959. All rights reserved by SONY BMG MUSIC ENTERTAINMENT

Tracks

Title Artist Time
1
Blue Rondo À la Turk The Dave Brubeck Quartet 6:49 USD 1.29
2
Strange Meadow Lark The Dave Brubeck Quartet 7:26 USD 1.29
3
Take Five The Dave Brubeck Quartet 5:28 USD 1.29
4
Three to Get Ready The Dave Brubeck Quartet 5:26 USD 1.29
5
Kathy's Waltz The Dave Brubeck Quartet 4:51 USD 1.29
6
Everybody's Jumpin' The Dave Brubeck Quartet 4:24 USD 1.29
7
Pick Up Sticks The Dave Brubeck Quartet 4:19 USD 1.29

Reviews

  • Time Out

    5
    By AZ Centennial
    I first heard this album as a HS senior in 1962. Went to Brubeck concerts at college. Heard him in Greenwich Village. Time Out is timeless.
  • A must have for Jazz lovers

    5
    By JHexeter
    This is one of the greatest albums in jazz. It is a classic; if you like jazz this is one that is a must have. I have had this for over 20 years. And I still listen to something on this album regularly. I have several of Brubeck's albums and this one is by far may favorite. Take Five is my favorite of this album; and one of my favorite jazz pieces of all.
  • Still a favorite

    5
    By jazz-bo
    Still one of my favorite jazz albums, even though it's 40 some years old now.
  • should be on every music collection (not only jazz)

    5
    By Frederick Buhr
    I was drawn to Brubeck as a Steely Dan and Donald Fagen adorateur. My father should have played this album non stop when I was 2 or 3 and that could have been a determining factor in my perfect recollection of every tune on this album. Unless this is such great compositions that your brain knows before your hears listen.
  • The Cover and the Music

    5
    By Dhfalcon
    Jazz Pace stated that he remembered staring at the cover as a kid. I do too. My father and Neal Fujita (who painted the cover) collaborated on a ad agency when I was a kid, so I remember staring at the cover as well. I was lucky that my dad had a big jazz collection from when he worked at Columbia. This was one of the first albums that started my love of jazz. So much has been said about it. It's one of the top albums to listen to along with KOB by Miles and GS by Coltrane, not to mention many others. Hope you dig it.
  • Jazz classic

    5
    By dferrisdrmer
    This is on the top of my list of must-have Jazz albums. When it comes to piano jazz and great bands, This the place to go!
  • BEST JAZZ ALBUM EVER!!!!

    5
    By hyma
    I have listened to this album almost every day for a year and i'm still not sick of it. dave brubeck and his quartet have outdone themselves as usual. TOTALLY worth buying!!!
  • magnificent

    5
    By collllllllll
    Not just all these seven songs is melodious , The recording quality is also very good.
  • Masterpiece

    5
    By Anasc
    I have over one hundred albums in my iTunes. Besides "Kind of Blue", "Time Out" is the one that has only 5-stars songs. Paul Desmond's performance is simply superb. Buy this album at once, and dance face to face with someone you love at the sound of "Strange Meadow Lark".
  • Timeless and Brilliant and Fun Too

    5
    By California is Dreaming
    I first heard this some 25 years ago, and it was love at first hearing. Featuring one of jazz's all time best known compositions, Take Five, a wonderful kind of musical dialogue between Brubeck and alto sax player, Paul Desmond (who wrote the piece), the entire recording - with such standout cuts as Blue Rondo A La Turk, Kathy's Waltz, and Pick Up Sticks - evokes a kind of brainy, moody 1950s world of cool. It's a world I want to go to from time to time, and this classic of cool jazz is just the ticket there. Years later, Brubeck and his talented sons would play some fine music together; however, here is the place to hear this legendary figure as a young turk, and his tight, talented quartet, as they produce a recording which still sounds fresh.

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