Cover Time Out

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Label: Columbia / Legacy

Genre: Jazz

Subgenre: Hard Bop

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  • 1Blue Rondo A la Turk06:44
  • 2Strange Meadow Lark07:22
  • 3Take Five05:24
  • 4Three to Get Ready05:24
  • 5Kathy's Waltz04:48
  • 6Everybody's Jumpin'04:23
  • 7Pick up Sticks04:16
  • Total Runtime38:21

Info for Time Out

1959 was a banner year for jazz, but no album captured the public's attention like Dave Brubeck's Time Out. '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.

The experimental meters of Brubeck's music set Time Out apart from the pack. But the appeal of this album--in 1959 and today--is less in the rules it broke, and more in the sheer sweep and effervescence and pure unadulterated fun of the music. For all his seriousness and ardor, Dave Brubeck had somehow recaptured a sense of childlike wonder in this project. And for that reason, the decades may pass and tastes may change, but it will always be the right time for Time Out.

Dave Brubeck, piano
Paul Desmond, alto saxophone
Eugene Wright, bass
Joe Morello, drums

Recorded on June 25, 1959 (tracks 4-6), July 1, 1959 (tracks 2,3), August 18, 1959 (tracks 1,7) au Columbia 30th Street Studio, New York
Engineered by Fred Plaut
Produced by Teo Macero

Digitally remastered

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Booklet for Time Out

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