Dave Brubeck - Jazz Impressions of Japan (1964)Track List:
EAC Rip | Release: 1964 | FLAC(images+.cue+.log) | Time: 35:03min | Size: 200MB
Genre: Jazz | Label: Columbia
1. Tokyo Traffic 5:54
2. Rising Sun 4:42
3. Toki's Theme 2:10
4. Fujiyama 5:06
5. Zen Is When 2:55
6. The City Is Crying 6:03
7. Osaka Blues 5:12
8. Koto Song 3:01
David (Dave) Warren Brubeck (December 6, 1920, Concord, CA, USA) - American jazz composer, arranger, pianist and quartet leader «The Dave Brubeck Quartet». One of the prominent representatives of cool-jazz ("cool jazz" or jazz California 1950-1960s).
In an interview with Vladimir Posner to write the program «Brubeck returns to Moscow» Brubeck says that he has Jewish roots, and one of his grandmothers was from Belarus. He also said that his family was Presbyterian, but he himself did not baptize, and he later converted to Catholicism after composing the Mass «To Hope».
Benjamin Franklin Award Winner (USA) (2008).
In fact, the work of the quartet is a collective work, where the contribution of Brubeck's difficult to separate from the contributions of other participants. One participant Quartet - saxophonist Paul Desmond, known for his experiments with the size of (name of the works speak for themselves: "Five quarters", "eleven quarters," etc.)
One of the most famous works of Dave Brubeck Quartet is a classic jazz composition «Take Five» (composer Paul Desmond), written in 1959 and included in the album «Time Out».
It was the first jazz composition, which reached one million sales. In 1961, she entered the U.S. Billboard Hot 100.Download links: