Alto Saxophone – Paul Desmond Bass – Gene Wright Drums – Joe Morello Piano – Dave Brubeck. Re. KQED TV Program, January 14, 1962 ( live at at Newport Jazz Festival, July 5, 1959 (.Track List: 01. St. Louis Blues (5:42) 02. Nomad (6:13) 03. Thank You (5:52) 04. Brandenburg Gate (4:30) 05. Gone With The Wind, Lonesome Road, Blues, Blue Rondo A La Turk (23:18) 06. Ralph Gleason interviews Dave Brubeck And Some Brubeck's Considerations On Classsic Music And Jazz (7:32). Dave Brubeck Featuring Paul Desmond - St. Louis Blues (2003). Pre-gap length 0:00:02. Peak level 5. % Extraction speed . X Track quality 10. % Test CRC 415A777E Copy CRC 415A777E Track not present in AccurateRip database Copy OK.
I got those St. Louis blues, just as blue as I can be, Oh, my man's got a heart like a rock cast in the sea, I love my man like a schoolboy loves his pie, Like a Kentucky colonel loves his rocker and rye I'll love my man until the day I die, Lord, Lord . Dave Brubeck & Paul Desmond.
Paul Desmond – St. Louis Blues. Dave Brubeck Quartet – Take Five (composed by Paul Desmond). The Dave Brubeck Quartet – Take Five - Time Out 59. 5:24. The Dave Brubeck Quartet – Take Five 1959 (Paul Desmond). Dave Brubeck Quartet – For All We Know. The Dave Brubeck Quartet(Paul Desmond - alto saxophone Eugene Wright - bass Joe Morello - drums) – Fujiyama. Dave Brubeck Quartet Featuring Paul Desmond – Lulu s Back in Town. Dave Brubeck Quartet feat.
The Dave Brubeck Quartet feaaturing Paul Desmond - Blues For Joe 07:51. The Dave Brubeck Quartet - Take Five (Live Version) (Composed by Paul Desmond) 05:10. Paul Desmond, Ron Crotty, Joe Dodge - All The Things You Are 09:11. Paul Desmond, Ron Crotty, Joe Dodge - All The Things You Are 09:12. Dave Brubeck Quartet Featuring Paul Desmond - All The Things You Are 03:21. Paul Desmond, Ron Crotty, Lloyd Davis - Tea for Two 06:56. Paul Desmond, Ron Crotty, Lloyd Davis - Tea for Two 06:58. Paul Desmond, Ron Crotty, Lloyd Davis - Too Marvelous for Words 08:06. Dave Brubeck Quartett feat. Paul Desmond - All The Things You Are 09:08.
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". He was one of the most popular musicians to come out of the cool jazz scene. In addition to his work with Brubeck, he led several groups and collaborated with Gerry Mulligan, Chet Baker, Jim Hall, and Ed Bickert.
Pianist Dave Brubeck and altoist Paul Desmond are the two main constants while bassists Ron Crotty and Wyatt Ruther and drummers Lloyd Davis, Herb Barman and Joe Dodge are heard on some tracks. There are many high points to this interesting set including Brubeck-Desmond duets on "Over the Rainbow" and "You Go to My Head," an unaccompanied piano solo on "My Heart Stood Still" and quartet versions of "Jeepers Creepers," "Trolley Song" and "Crazy Chris.
Dave Brubeck, Paul Desmond - St. Louis Blues (Moon (It) MLP 028-1). Paul Desmond, alto sax; Dave Brubeck, piano; Gene Wright, bass; Joe Morello, drums. Newport Jazz Festival", Newport, RI, July 5, 1959. Blue Rondo A La Turk. Paul Desmond, alto sax; Dave Brubeck, piano; Gene Wright, bass; Joe Morello, drums; Ralph Gleason, interviewer. Cassandra (mistitled as Castillian Drums). Softly William, Softly (mistitled as Summer Song). Someday My Prince Will Come. also issued on Europa Jazz (It) EJ-1032 entitled "Europa Jazz". LRC Ltd. (J) YX-7362-SL, (J) 33C38-7681, (US) CDC 7681 entitled "Dave Brubeck - The Quartet". Dave Brubeck - The Quartet (LRC Ltd. (J) 33C38-7681).
Dave Brubeck, Paul Desmond –Alice In Wonderland. Dave Brubeck, Paul Desmond –St. Dave Brubeck Quartet –Trolley Song (rehearsal). Dave Brubeck, Paul Desmond, Dave Van Kriedt –Prelude. Dave Brubeck, Paul Desmond –Bossa Nova . Dave Brubeck, Paul Desmond –Sometimes I'm Happy. Dave Brubeck, Paul Desmond –A Fine Romance.
From back cover: It was early Sunday afternoon, October 2, 1952, at George Wein's Storyville in Boston, Wyatt Ruther, who was then bassist for Brubeck, was unable to make the first set and Dave, Paul Desmond and drummer Lloyd Davis began to experiment in a mildly curious way. The bulk of the audience had not yet arrived and so they were playing entirely for and between themselves.