Full Album/LP! Jazz – “Time Out” – The Dave Brubeck Quartet – 1959 – Stereo

Full Album/LP! Jazz – "Time Out" – The Dave Brubeck Quartet – 1959 – Stereo

Sit back, put your feet up and enjoy a full listening session of this essential jazz album, without the need to get up and flip the record! This video took a great deal of time to create. So if you enjoy this, please show it by commenting, adding to favorites, thumbing up, sharing on Facebook, and subscribing to my channel! Thanks, Evan. Tracklist: The clickable times listed below allow you direct access to each track. Side one: 00:33 "Blue Rondo à la Turk" A1– 6m 44s 07:23 "Strange Meadow Lark" A2– 7m 22s 14:49 "Take Five" A3– 5m 24s Side two: 20:16 "Three to Get Ready" B1– 5m 24s 25:46 "Kathy's Waltz" B2– 4m 48s 30:39 "Everybody's Jumpin'" B3– 4m 23s 35:07 "Pick Up Sticks" B4– 4m 16s From Discogs.com & Wikipedia.com: Label: Columbia Catalog#: CS 8192 Format: Vinyl, LP, 6-Eye Columbia Label Country: US Released: 1960 Genre: Jazz Style: Cool Jazz, Bop, Hard Bop Barcode and Other Identifiers: Matrix Number (A): XSM-47855-2BD Matrix Number (B): XSM-47856-2CE Notes: 6-Eye Columbia Label, 2nd issue. From Wikipedia: Time Out is a 1959 album (originally issued as CS 8192) by The Dave Brubeck Quartet, based upon the use of time signatures that were unusual for jazz (mainly waltz or double-waltz time, but also 9/8, and most famously 5/4). The style is a subtle blend of cool and West Coast jazz. Although the album was intended as an experiment Columbia president Goddard Lieberson was willing to chance releasing it) and received negative reviews by critics upon its release <b>…</b>

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11 Responses to “Full Album/LP! Jazz – “Time Out” – The Dave Brubeck Quartet – 1959 – Stereo”

  1. Great job man, congratulations!

  2. Joe Blo says:

    Best put together video/audio on YouTube and cat has great taste.

  3. musab omar says:

    woooooooooooow a cute cats

  4. gilmour509 says:

    You just described exactly what my intention is for the end user when i made this. A virtual vinyl listening session was my goal! I wanted to give people the closest experience possible though a screen, to see what it’s like to have a record collection, and get people interested in vinyl!

  5. Rocky Lastra says:

    MAN! I WAS RELAXING THE WHOLE TIME (i even fell asleep)

  6. I love this Evan. Thanks for putting this together. I miss watching that turntable spin. Brings back many memories.

  7. A masterpiece of Jazz…Thanks, Dave!!! And thank also at your friends in music!

  8. Nick Morfitt says:

    Ha this video turned a grim rainy afternoon into a far more sophisticated one…great album,great video presentation,love the jazz cats(especially the bit where it looks like one of your brood is watching the band cut loose during Take Five and diggin’ it!)…got to say the sight of needle hitting vinyl is like music porn to me lol..oh and for some reason halfway thru blue rondo the sun came out and the sunset seems to be offering a moody lightshow for me..enjoyed peace

  9. gilmour509 says:

    These full LP vids get the best comments! Glad you enjoyed! Thanks for the good words, means alot!

  10. You good! The best way to share this antological work of Dave Brubck. I love cats! The mixing with live presentation is perfect! I have this LPs. I live in Sao Paulo Brazil.

  11. TheVinylBird says:

    R.I.P. Mr. Brubeck

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