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    Time Out (50th Anniversary Legacy Edition)

    Dave Brubeck - Time Out (50th Anniversary Legacy Edition)

    2009 | Sony Legacy 

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      TIME OUT: 50TH ANNIVERSARY LEGACY EDITION (W/DVD)

      05/26/2009

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  • Time Out (50th Anniversary Legacy Edition) Notes

    OVERVIEW
    With Brubeck on piano, Paul Desmond on alto saxophone, bassist Eugene Wright, and drummer Joe Morello, the LP hit #2, stayed on the chart for more than three years, and became the first jazz album to sell a million copies. "Take Five," the surprise radio hit from Time Out, would enter the record books as the first million-selling jazz instrumental single on the Billboard Hot 100, and “Blue Rondo à la Turk” would become an instant classic. Brubeck had enjoyed successes before—five years earlier he had been the first jazz musician to have his picture on the cover of Time magazine—but this project made everything else in his career seem like a mere warm-up.

    BREAKING THE BEAT BARRIER
    Instead of a customary 4/4 jazz tempo, the selections on Time Out feature such unusual-for-jazz tempos as 3/4, 5/4, and even a far out 9/8. Time Out is one of the most rhythmically innovative albums in jazz history and is essential to every jazz collection! "Take Five" with its 5/4 "Take Five rhythm"—originally intended to be a drum solo for Joe Morello—became an instrumental jazz staple.

    DELUXE EDITION
    This Legacy Edition marks the 50th anniversary with a deluxe 2 CD + 1 DVD package offering an unprecedented presentation of music, images, insight and history:

    • OVER 90 MINUTES OF MUSIC including previously unreleased live recordings from the Newport Jazz Festival 1961-1964, culminating with a 7+ minute riveting version of "Take Five"

    • NEW 30-MINUTE DOCUMENTARY on the making of Time out, featuring EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW WITH DAVE BRUBECK, seen illustrating selections from Time Out at the piano; INTERACTIVE MULTI-CAMERA-ANGLE PIANO LESSON; EXTENSIVE PERFORMANCE FOOTAGE of the group; and ANIMATED PHOTO GALLERY

    • ORIGINAL ESSAY by ASCAP Deems Taylor Award-winning author Ted Gioia along with RARE PHOTOS and CORRESPONDENCE including a typed, signed description by Paul Desmond of his composition "Take Five"

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