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Time Further Out
Dave Brubeck
Time Further Out
Genre: Jazz
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Japanese Release Containing Two Exclusive Bonus Tracks: Slow and Easy, and It's a Raggy Waltz.


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All Artists: Dave Brubeck
Title: Time Further Out
Members Wishing: 1
Total Copies: 0
Label: Columbia
Release Date: 11/5/1996
Genre: Jazz
Style: Cool Jazz
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
Other Editions: Time Further Out
UPCs: 074646466827, 074640849046, 5099706466826


Album Details
Japanese Release Containing Two Exclusive Bonus Tracks: Slow and Easy, and It's a Raggy Waltz.

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CD Reviews

A great exploration in time
(5 out of 5 stars)

"This CD is actually a reissue of the cutting edge LP which Brubeck released in the '60's. To those who are not familiar with Brubeck, this CD is a good introduction, as the listener finds Brubeck delving into odd time signatures from the very first track. This exploration of time is characteristic of Brubeck's jazz style. By recording albums such as this, Brubeck made these times more commonplace in jazz. Also included on this disc are two songs that did not appear on the original LP, and one of which was not previously released. These two songs continue to show Brubeck's innovative style. In addition to Brubeck's playing, the other three members of the quartet show that they can also handle playing in such diverse times as 3/4, 5/4, 7/4, 9/8, and 6/4 as well as 4/4 time. Together, the quartet challenges the listener to ask him or herself why these times had not been used in jazz before. This is an essential CD for any serious Brubeck fan, and an excellent album for the jazz enthusiast in general or those just beginning to start their jazz collection."
Lost and found "far more drums"
Mike Davis | Eastbourne, East Sussex United Kingdom | 07/17/2000
(5 out of 5 stars)

"My late father was a Jazz pianist and had a tremendous selection of Errol Garner Stan Getz and Count Basie albums in particular. As a boy I wanted to listen to the Beatles or Stones but pocket money didn't allow such luxuries so I had to resort to Dad's "middle aged music" I used to sift through his collection for something I liked and low and behold Brubecks "far more drums" was that track it got played (very Loud) very often and enchanted me but slipped my memory as a favourite until today.Amazon sent me an e-mail about their 5th anniversary special offers and amongst them was a Brubeck album, not "time further out", but the mere mention of Brubeck reminded me and thanks to their massive stocks of old Jazz a quick search found my lost love!the drum solo on this track is unbelievable I can hardly wait to get my hands on it again unfortunately this album has no previews available on it so you will have to take my word for it and buy it too.If you love modern jazz you'll be in Heaven"
Joe knows solos.
H.C. Joiner | 07/04/2000
(5 out of 5 stars)

"Musically this is a fine CD, yet the reason to buy it is for Joe Morello's drum solo on "Far More Drums". Credit genetics and thousands of hours of practice: The guy could swing in odd time signatures like nobody else, including Buddy Rich. Scary stuff."