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1. Like Someone In Love
2. In Your Own Sweet Way
3. All The Things You Are
4. Jimmy Van Heusen Medley
5. Don't Get Around Much Anymore

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All the Things it was 3 Oct 2012
By JoPo - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
Having owned the vinyl release and a fan of Lee Konitz, Anthony Braxton, as well as Dave Brubeck, it was a joy to hear this session on CD.
A merging of generations and styles shows the versatility of modern improvisation in the so-called "Jazz idiom". I just wish they had recorded another hours worth of music -consider the possibilities!!
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Good But Not Great Dave Brubeck Album 5 Nov 2010
By Andre S. Grindle - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
Now there were very high standards to keep up with after Dave Brubeck's Time Out took off both creatively and commercially and over the years,although he had a level of success that would continue to be what Brubeck was known for. By this time it was the mid 70's and Brubeck was now finding himself making very good recordings with his children but somewhat limited releases on his own. Now one thing that needs to be said is that the musicianship on this album couldn't be any better if it tried. Jack Six's bass plucking is tremendous,same goes for the fantastic solos from Lee Konitz and Anthony Braxton on alto sax along with Alan Dawson and Roy Haynes likeminded drumming along with the star of the show himself,who turns out some his most creative overall piano work on this album. The trouble comes with performance and composition than anything else. During the mid 70's the more current and usually electric developments in jazz were bypassing earlier generations of the music's fans who above all else only cared about the music as long as it broadened acoustically and nothing else. Partly as a result by this point those people who stayed with or did acoustic based jazz albums outside the avante garde didn't always sound quite as adventerous as they once did. Acoustic jazz had'nt gone away but people hadn't quite figured out the next stage in it's development. That gets into the other trouble with this album. The opening three songs "Like Someone In Love","In Your Own Sweet Way" and the title song are all very well played songs and the recording quality is superb but in terms of maintaining memorability in terms of the melody and general composition these songs just lack in adventure and vitality. Things get a lot more interesting on the second half of the album with the extended 20+ minute "Jimmy Van Heusen Medley" which stretches Brubeck and his musicians from bluesy rag-styled parts into these more latin rhythms by the end of the song. A slow blues on "Don't Get Around Much Anymore" closes the album in fine form. This is not a TERRIBLE album by any means but for someone,even in the mid 70's as talented as Brubeck this album certainly wasn't one of his strongest of the era.
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