Dave Brubeck Quartet

LIVE AT THE KURHAUS 1967

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Dave Brubeck Quartet - Live at the Kurhaus - 1967 - Double vinyl
Dave Brubeck Quartet - Live at the Kurhaus - 1967 - Double vinyl
Dave Brubeck Quartet - Live at the Kurhaus - 1967 - Double vinyl
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At the time of one of their last concerts in 1967, the Dave Brubeck Quartet had already been in existence for 16 years, in more or less the same formation. That's how well the four of them know each other! It was at the Black Hawk night club in San Francisco that Dave and Paul made their debut. Their trademark: to break down racial barriers against which they will fight without restraint, even in the most extreme period of McCarthyism, and to make jazz accessible to the greatest number of people, by revisiting ballads, popular songs or great themes of classical music. But above all, they developed an almost infinite variety of complex rhythms. In Scheveningen, on the evening of 24 October 1967, the Dave Brubeck Quartet was more than just a jazz band. He was the ambassador of American music in Europe.

Record 1

  • Three to Get Ready
  • La Paloma Azul
  • Cielito Lindo
  • Swanee River
  • Forty Days

  • Record 2

  • Blues for Joe
  • Rough Old Man
  • Take Five
  • Someday My Prince Will Come

    • Dave Brubeck, Piano
    • Paul Desmond, Saxophone
    • Eugene Wright, Bass
    • Joe Morello, Drums

    Recorded at Kurhaus, Scheveningen, 24.X.1967
    STEREO ℗ 1967 KRO

    Remastered by ℗ & © 2016 FONDAMENTA
    Made and printed in Germany

    Remastered from the original analogue tapes
    Lacquer-cuts: André Perriat
    180g 2-vinyl album
    Second pressing without numbering




    DOUBLE VINYL | 68€

    At the time of one of their last concerts in 1967, the Dave Brubeck Quartet had already been in existence for 16 years, in more or less the same formation. That's how well the four of them know each other! It was at the Black Hawk night club in San Francisco that Dave and Paul made their debut. Their trademark: to break down racial barriers against which they will fight without restraint, even in the most extreme period of McCarthyism, and to make jazz accessible to the greatest number of people, by revisiting ballads, popular songs or great themes of classical music. But above all, they developed an almost infinite variety of complex rhythms. In Scheveningen, on the evening of 24 October 1967, the Dave Brubeck Quartet was more than just a jazz band. He was the ambassador of American music in Europe.

    Record 1

  • Three to Get Ready
  • La Paloma Azul
  • Cielito Lindo
  • Swanee River
  • Forty Days

  • Record 2

  • Blues for Joe
  • Rough Old Man
  • Take Five
  • Someday My Prince Will Come

    • Dave Brubeck, Piano
    • Paul Desmond, Saxophone
    • Eugene Wright, Bass
    • Joe Morello, Drums

    Recorded at Kurhaus, Scheveningen, 24.X.1967
    STEREO ℗ 1967 KRO

    Remastered by ℗ & © 2016 FONDAMENTA
    Made and printed in Germany

    Remastered from the original analogue tapes
    Lacquer-cuts: André Perriat
    180g 2-vinyl album
    Second pressing without numbering