Love Walked In - Dave Brubeck Octet* - Dave Brubeck Octet (Vinyl, LP)

Love Walked In - Dave Brubeck Octet* - Dave Brubeck Octet (Vinyl, LP)

Dave Brubeck Dave Brubeck Octet on LP Featuring Paul Desmond, Cal Tjader, David Van Kriedt & Dick Collins Dave Brubeck's early reputation was based on recordings for Fantasy with his trio and, soon after, the quartet sides with Paul Desmond.

Later in , Fantasy compiled the tracks from Old Sounds From San Francisco and Distinctive Rhythm Instrumentals and issued the Dave Brubeck Octet album as a inch LP. [4] Fantasy re-issued the Distinctive Rhythm Instrumentals album in its original inch red vinyl format for Record Store Day

This is the essay written by Dave for "Dave Brubeck - Early Fantasies" - a Book Of The Month Club issue in consisting of 3 LP's in a box set. Dave documents the origins of the Dave Brubeck Octet, the Dave Brubeck Trio and the first Dave Brubeck Quartet whose .

Discs 1 (FUGUE ON BOP THEMES), 2 (LOVE WALKED IN), and 3 (LULLABY IN RHYTHM) are all based on the Brubeck's trios, octets and quartets from through Most of the recordings were made in either New York or San Francisco and the tracks are from Brubeck In Wonderland: Dave Brubeck Trio, Quartet and Octet and 24 Classic Original 5/5(2).

 · Dave Brubeck Octet ‎– Dave Brubeck Octet Label: Original Jazz Classics ‎– OJC, Fantasy ‎– F Format: Vinyl, LP, Album, Reissue Country: US Released: Genre: Jazz Style: Cool Jazz Tracklist A1 The Way You Look Tonight A2 Love Walked In A3 What Is This Thing Called Love A4 September In.

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  1. Vizahn

    LABEL: FANTASY Label: VG (slight wear - see photos)SEE PHOTOS. Record: VG (slight wear - see photos).Seller Rating: % positive.

  2. Kajin

    These 18 tracks, recorded in by the Dave Brubeck Octet, feature a good deal of experimental (for the period) "chamber jazz" based on some standards as well as original compositions. On one track, an announcer actually narrates as the group goes through a series of variations on How High The Moon, from early jazz form to bop/5(8).

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