‘At Carnegie Hall’ by The Dave Brubeck Quartet is a live album recorded on February 22, 1963 and released the same year by Columbia.
Track Listing : 1.St. Louis Blues (W. C. Handy) – 11:52 . 2.Bossa Nova U.S.A. (Dave Brubeck) – 07:21 . 3.For All We Know (Sam M. Lewis, John Frederick Coots) – 09:38 . 4.Pennies From Heaven (T. J. Burke, Arthur Johnston) – 10:15 . 5.Southern Scene [Briar Bush] (Dave Brubeck) – 07:12 . 6.Three To Get Ready (Dave Brubeck) – 06:40 . 7.Eleven-Four (Paul Desmond) – 03:44 . 8.King For A Day (Iola Brubeck, Dave Brubeck) – 06:15 . 9.Castilian Drums (Parts I And Ii) (Dave Brubeck) – 14:14 . 10.It’S A Raggy Waltz (Dave Brubeck) – 06:47 . 11.Blue Rondo À La Turk (Dave Brubeck) – 12:40 . 12.Take Five (Paul Desmond) – 07:15
Musicians : Dave Brubeck – Piano . Paul Desmond – Alto Saxophone . Eugene Wright – Double Bass . Joe Morello – Drums
Production : Produced By Teo Macero . Robert Honable – Engineer
Package : Teo Macero – Liner Notes . George T. Simon – Liner Notes
Recorded On February 22, 1963 At Carnegie Hall In New York City.
Released In 1963 By Columbia.
All About Jazz
Our appetite for complex rhythms gets satisfied, both in the quartet’s blues-tinged groove and through their compositions in 11/4, 9/8, 5/4 and alternating meters. […]
Brubeck’s jazz snob detractors are many but why let them spoil the pleasures to be found here? The solos by Morello, Desmond and Wright and more importantly the overall quartet flow make this live set a breezy, musical pleasure despite a bit too much back catalog advertising by Brubeck between tunes. […]
roostercrows @ RateYourMusic
Great performance. I love all the tracks on the album with only one exception: Castilian Drums. The drumsolo of Joe Morello is far too long […]