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Time Out - The Dave Brubeck Quartet
180 gram, Import
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Limited edition high definition premium 180gm vinyl LP repressing of this classic Jazz album. Originally issued on vinyl, the ongoing popularity of LP pressings and repressings has ensured the longevity of this format for years to come. Jazz Wax Records. 2010.
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I would like to suggest this special 50th Anniversary deluxe edition. Why? Because
like so many deluxe editions of great classic albums, it gives us more material that
was either left of the recording or related to such an album. Released in 1959 and
put into it’s widespread release in 1960, Time Out have greatly impressed both the
critics and listeners alike with it’s timeless beauty, striking notes, stunning melodic
drive and lasting harmonic solos, where it became one of the first blockbuster jazz
albums to achieve multi-platinum gold record status and also topped the pop chart.
Beginning with the exhilarating opening track Bondo A La Turk, the masterful track
set concludes with a few creative classic compositions, like Strange Meadow Lark,
the signature hit Take Five (which stood on the singles charts until 1963 and highly
regarded as one of the biggest-selling jazz records of all time), the lyrical Three To
Get Ready, Kathy’s Waltz and Pick Up Sticks. What you get on the deluxe edition
are two very sporadic live acts that The Brubeck Quartet gave at the Newport Jazz
Festival in 1961 and 1964 as they include a lovely set of tracks featuring standards
such as St. Louis Blues, Since Love Has It’s Way and You Go To My Head as well
as few Brubeck standards, like Waltz Limp, Koto Song—from Jazz Impressions Of
Japan) and also a couple signature hits from the original album, notably Take Five.
Time Out is one of the most celebrated and most honoured jazz albums of all time
since it’s general release in 1960 and well into music history, it have maintained its
magical edge and it always will and even beyond eternity, while the deluxe Legacy
Edition will give you twice the merriment as Time Out (whether in it’s own single or
2-CD deluxe edition) will remain timeless for both it’s groundbreaking success and
as his crowning achievement.
Time Out, released in 1959, was a subtle blend of cool and West Coast Jazz. 58 years later, CD shines bright. Barring deep bass, and realistic dynamics, fidelity is near perfect. Especially noteworthy are accurate air, timbre of instrumentation, and immediacy of saxophone player.
When I heard that tune, I thought I should pay tribute to the late great Mr. Brubeck. I bought this CD in his honour. Nearly every song on this album was memorable. Thank you, Dave Brubeck, for brightening my life up. May you rest in piece. As much as I love Kenny G, Louis Armstrong, Duke Ellington, and a handful of other great jazz musicians, it is so much better to acquaint my self another master at this genre I am only now truly beginning to fall in love. If you want to honour Brubeck, you should buy a CD too. Have physical music while you still can! Way better than an MP3, in my opinion.