9 thoughts on “ Unfinished Woman - Dave Brubeck - Were All Together Again For The First Time (Vinyl, LP, Album)

  • During the late '60s and early '70s, Dave Brubeck used to jam with baritonist Gerry Mulligan, along with The Dave Bubeck Trio's regulars Jack Six on bass and drummer Alan Dawson. When Paul Desmond joined on alto sax, the newly formed quintet recorded several live dates which resulted in We're All Together Again For The First Time ().
  • Kind of a meeting of two different generations of Dave Brubeck – as the group here features Paul Desmond's alto sax, a key force in Dave's early recordings – and the baritone sax of Gerry Mulligan, a player who'd worked often with Brubeck in the late 60s and early 70s! The blend of horns is really amazing, and the live recording really moves past other obvious Brubeck modes &ndash.
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  • For this very logical record, altoist Paul Desmond (who was with Brubeck from ) makes the group a quintet and his interplay with Mulligan is consistently delightful. Together they are heard live in Europe on "Truth," Mulligan's "Unfinished Woman," "Rotterdam Blues" and a definitive minute rendition of "Take Five."Price: $
  • An unusual Dave Brubeck set from the start of the 60s – surprisingly on Fantasy, given his Columbia fame of the time – and with a slightly different lineup that features the great Bill Smith on clarinet! Smith's got a cool modern sound that's not unlike Jimmy Giuffre – icy but expressive too, and both a great fit for the band because and apart from their usual work with Paul Desmond!
  • Sweet Georgia Brown is a solo piano performance by Dave Brubeck. Truth, Unfinished Woman & Take Five were recorded on November 4, at the Philharmonie in Berlin. Koto Song was recorded on October 26, at the Olympia Theatre in Paris. Rotterdam Blues & Sweet Georgia Brown were recorded on October 28, at De Doelen in Rotterdam/5(75).
  • For this very logical record, altoist Paul Desmond (who was with Brubeck from ) makes the group a quintet and his interplay with Mulligan is consistently delightful. Together they are heard live in Europe on “Truth,” Mulligan’s “Unfinished Woman,” “Rotterdam Blues” and a definitive minute rendition of “Take Five.”.

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