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Live at the Monterey Jazz Festival 1958-2007

Label: Monterey Jazz Festival Records
Released: 2008
Track listing: Two Part Contention; Someday My Prince Will Come; Take Five; Sermon On the Mount; Jumping Bean; Tritonis; Goodbye Old Friend; I Got Rhythm; Sleep; Margie.

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Dave Brubeck: Live at the Monterey Jazz Festival 1958-2007

Read "Live at the Monterey Jazz Festival 1958-2007" reviewed by George Kanzler

One of the paradoxes of jazz is that the individual is highly valued, yet iconoclasts are often undervalued, either by critics or audiences. Pianist Dave Brubeck has had no trouble attracting fans over more than half a century, but critics have been less embracing, often saying he doesn't swing. Brubeck became wildly popular ...

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Dave Brubeck: Live at the Monterey Jazz Festival 1958-2007

Read "Live at the Monterey Jazz Festival 1958-2007" reviewed by David Rickert

If there is any artist perfectly suited to jazz festivals, it's pianist Dave Brubeck. He gained notoriety through playing for eager tweed jacketed undergrads at college concert halls instead of for barflies at dingy clubs and recorded a few hit songs without losing his jazz cred. It makes sense, then, that Brubeck has performed several times ...


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