Dave Brubeck

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David Warren Brubeck (December 6, 1920 – December 5, 2012) was an American jazz pianist and composer, considered one of the foremost exponents of cool jazz.wikipedia
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Paul Desmond

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Often incorrectly attributed to Brubeck, the song "Take Five", which has become a jazz standard, was composed by Brubeck's long-time musical partner, alto saxophonist Paul Desmond.
Paul Desmond (born Paul Emil Breitenfeld, November 25, 1924 – May 30, 1977) was an American jazz alto saxophonist and composer, best known for his work with the Dave Brubeck Quartet and for composing that group's biggest hit, "Take Five".

Howard Brubeck

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Brubeck originally did not intend to become a musician (his two older brothers, Henry and Howard, were already on that track), but took lessons from his mother.
Howard Rengstorff Brubeck (1916–1993) was a composer and music educator and the older brother of jazz pianist Dave Brubeck.

University of the Pacific (United States)

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Intending to work with his father on their ranch, Brubeck entered the College of the Pacific in Stockton, California (now the University of the Pacific), studying veterinary science.
It has extensive collections pertaining to jazz musician and alumnus Dave Brubeck, who in 1953 released the live album Jazz at the College of the Pacific.

Fantasy Records

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The Weiss brothers soon changed the name of their business to Fantasy Records.
The early years of the company were dedicated to issuing recordings by jazz pianist Dave Brubeck, who was also one of its investors, but the label is known more for its recordings of comedian Lenny Bruce, jazz pianist Vince Guaraldi, and the 1960s rock band Creedence Clearwater Revival.

Joe Morello

In 1956 Brubeck hired drummer Joe Morello, who had been working with Marian McPartland; Morello's presence made possible the rhythmic experiments that were to come.
Joseph Albert Morello (July 17, 1928 – March 12, 2011) was a jazz drummer best known for his work with the Dave Brubeck Quartet.

Darius Brubeck

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Darius, the eldest, is a pianist, producer, educator and performer.
He is the son of jazz legend Dave Brubeck.

Bobby Militello

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Robert Philip Militello a.k.a. Bobby M. (born March 25, 1950) is an American jazz saxophonist and flautist who was a member of the Dave Brubeck Quartet.

Eugene Wright

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In 1958 African-American bassist Eugene Wright joined for the group's U.S. Department of State tour of Europe and Asia.
Eugene Joseph Wright (born May 29, 1923), nicknamed The Senator, is an American jazz bassist, best known for his work as a member of The Dave Brubeck Quartet, in particular on the group's most famous album, Time Out (1959), with pianist Brubeck, drummer Joe Morello and alto saxophonist Paul Desmond.

Jazz at the College of the Pacific

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They took up a long residency at San Francisco's Black Hawk nightclub and gained great popularity touring college campuses, recording a series of albums with such titles as Jazz at Oberlin (1953), Jazz at the College of the Pacific (1953), and Brubeck's debut on Columbia Records, Jazz Goes to College (1954).
Jazz at the College of the Pacific is a live album by Dave Brubeck Quartet.

Jazz Goes to College

They took up a long residency at San Francisco's Black Hawk nightclub and gained great popularity touring college campuses, recording a series of albums with such titles as Jazz at Oberlin (1953), Jazz at the College of the Pacific (1953), and Brubeck's debut on Columbia Records, Jazz Goes to College (1954).
Jazz Goes to College is a 1954 album documenting the North American college tour of the Dave Brubeck Quartet.

Jazz at Oberlin

They took up a long residency at San Francisco's Black Hawk nightclub and gained great popularity touring college campuses, recording a series of albums with such titles as Jazz at Oberlin (1953), Jazz at the College of the Pacific (1953), and Brubeck's debut on Columbia Records, Jazz Goes to College (1954).
Jazz at Oberlin is a live album by the Dave Brubeck Quartet.

Columbia Records

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They took up a long residency at San Francisco's Black Hawk nightclub and gained great popularity touring college campuses, recording a series of albums with such titles as Jazz at Oberlin (1953), Jazz at the College of the Pacific (1953), and Brubeck's debut on Columbia Records, Jazz Goes to College (1954).
Artists who have recorded for Columbia include AC/DC, Adele, Aerosmith, Louis Armstrong, Gene Autry, Count Basie, Nora Bayes, Bix Beiderbecke, Tony Bennett, Leonard Bernstein, Beyoncé, Blue Öyster Cult, Dave Brubeck, The Byrds, Mariah Carey, Pablo Casals, Johnny Cash, The Clash, The Cleveland Orchestra, Rosemary Clooney, Leonard Cohen, Ornette Coleman, Elvis Costello, Miles Davis, Neil Diamond, Celine Dion, Bob Dylan, Earth, Wind & Fire, Duke Ellington, 50 Cent, Flatt and Scruggs, Erroll Garner, Benny Goodman, Glenn Gould, Adelaide Hall, Herbie Hancock, Lauryn Hill, Billie Holiday, Vladimir Horowitz, Billy Joel, Blind Willie Johnson, Robert Johnson, Al Jolson, Janis Joplin, Andre Kostelanetz, Yo-Yo Ma, Johnny Mathis, John Mayer, George Michael, Mitch Miller, Charles Mingus, Thelonious Monk, Billy Murray, Willie Nelson, The New York Philharmonic, The Philadelphia Orchestra, Pink Floyd, Santana, Frank Sinatra, Simon and Garfunkel, Bessie Smith, John Philip Sousa, Bruce Springsteen, Igor Stravinsky, Barbra Streisand, System of a Down, James Taylor, Bonnie Tyler, Ethel Waters, Weather Report, Paul Whiteman, Andy Williams, Bert Williams, Pharrell Williams, Bob Wills, and Bill Withers.

Coronet Records

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(This Coronet Records should not be confused with either the late 1950s New York-based budget label, nor with Australia-based Coronet Records.) In 1949, Sheedy was talked into making the first recording of Brubeck's octet and later his trio.
One was based in San Francisco in the 1940s and was responsible for the first recordings of Dave Brubeck.

Stockton, California

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Intending to work with his father on their ranch, Brubeck entered the College of the Pacific in Stockton, California (now the University of the Pacific), studying veterinary science.

Take Five

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Often incorrectly attributed to Brubeck, the song "Take Five", which has become a jazz standard, was composed by Brubeck's long-time musical partner, alto saxophonist Paul Desmond.
"Take Five" is a jazz standard composed by Paul Desmond and originally recorded by the Dave Brubeck Quartet at Columbia Records' 30th Street Studio in New York City on July 1, 1959 for their album Time Out.

Countdown—Time in Outer Space

Time Out was followed by several albums with a similar approach, including Time Further Out: Miro Reflections (1961), using more,, and, plus the first attempt at ; Countdown—Time in Outer Space (dedicated to John Glenn, 1962), featuring and more ; Time Changes (1963), with much, (which was really ), and ; and Time In (1966).
Countdown—Time in Outer Space is a studio album released by the Dave Brubeck Quartet in 1962 on Columbia LP record CS 8575 (stereo) and CL 1775 (mono).

Blue Rondo à la Turk

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Brubeck experimented with time signatures throughout his career, recording "Pick Up Sticks" in, "Unsquare Dance" in, "World's Fair" in, and "Blue Rondo à la Turk" in.
"Blue Rondo à la Turk" is a jazz standard composition by Dave Brubeck.

Time Further Out

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Time Out was followed by several albums with a similar approach, including Time Further Out: Miro Reflections (1961), using more,, and, plus the first attempt at ; Countdown—Time in Outer Space (dedicated to John Glenn, 1962), featuring and more ; Time Changes (1963), with much, (which was really ), and ; and Time In (1966).
Time Further Out is a 1961 studio album by the Dave Brubeck Quartet.

Monterey Jazz Festival

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The soundtrack album, which featured Louis Armstrong, Lambert, Hendricks & Ross, and Carmen McRae was recorded in 1961; the musical was performed at the 1962 Monterey Jazz Festival.
Dave Brubeck was instrumental in getting city approval for the first festival in 1958.

Time In (album)

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Time Out was followed by several albums with a similar approach, including Time Further Out: Miro Reflections (1961), using more,, and, plus the first attempt at ; Countdown—Time in Outer Space (dedicated to John Glenn, 1962), featuring and more ; Time Changes (1963), with much, (which was really ), and ; and Time In (1966).
Time In is a 1966 studio album by Dave Brubeck, the last of Brubeck's 'Time' series.

Time Changes

Time Out was followed by several albums with a similar approach, including Time Further Out: Miro Reflections (1961), using more,, and, plus the first attempt at ; Countdown—Time in Outer Space (dedicated to John Glenn, 1962), featuring and more ; Time Changes (1963), with much, (which was really ), and ; and Time In (1966).
Time Changes is a 1964 album by The Dave Brubeck Quartet, based upon the use of time signatures that were, because of Brubeck's previous work, a mainstay in popular jazz music.

Alan Dawson

In 1968 Dawson replaced Joe Morello in the Dave Brubeck Quartet and continued until 1972.

Chris Brubeck

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The son of noted jazz pianist and composer Dave Brubeck, in 1972 he joined his father and brothers Darius and Daniel in The New Brubeck Quartet.

Black Hawk (nightclub)

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They took up a long residency at San Francisco's Black Hawk nightclub and gained great popularity touring college campuses, recording a series of albums with such titles as Jazz at Oberlin (1953), Jazz at the College of the Pacific (1953), and Brubeck's debut on Columbia Records, Jazz Goes to College (1954).
Other notable musicians who appeared there include the Dave Brubeck Quartet, John Coltrane, Dizzy Gillespie, Chet Baker, Vince Guaraldi, Stan Getz, Mary Stallings, Johnny Mathis, Art Blakey, Shorty Rogers, Art Pepper, Art Farmer, Gerry Mulligan, Horace Parlan and Russ Freeman.

Jazz Impressions of Japan

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Jazz Impressions of the U.S.A. (1956, Morello's debut with the group), Jazz Impressions of Eurasia (1958), Jazz Impressions of Japan (1964), and Jazz Impressions of New York (1964) are less well-known albums, but all are brilliant examples of the quartet's studio work, and they produced Brubeck standards such as "Summer Song", "Brandenburg Gate", "Koto Song", and "Theme From Mr. Broadway".
Jazz Impressions of Japan is a 1964 album by The Dave Brubeck Quartet.