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The place was decorated with framed records (Ronettes, Dave Brubeck Quartet) and vintage books (Atomic Energy in the Coming Era).
Amongst the instrumental tracks are Duke Ellington's Take The A Train, The Dave Brubeck Quartet's Unsquare Dance, Art Tatum's St Louis Blues, Coleman Hawkins' Body And Soul, Miles Davis' Bye Bye Blackbird, Charlie Mingus's Boogie Stop Shuffle and Count Basie's Moten Swing.
He also transcribed and edited much of Dave's music, and composed Dialogues for Jazz Combo and Orchestra, recorded by the Dave Brubeck Quartet and the New York Philharmonic with Leonard Bernstein conducting.
Brubeck formed the Dave Brubeck Quartet in 1951 and reached legendary status in 1959 with the album featuring Take Five called Time Out, still among the best-selling jazz albums of all time.
The Dave Brubeck quartet recorded 'Take Five' way back in 1959.
The Dave Brubeck Quartet's Time Out album, in 1959, was the first-ever million-selling jazz LP.
He formed The Dave Brubeck Quartet in 1951 and was the first modern jazz musician to be pictured on the cover of Time magazine - on November 8, 1954 - and he helped define the swinging, smoky rhythms of 1950s and '60s club jazz.
Dave Brubeck, the legendary jazz pianist and composer whose band, The Dave Brubeck Quartet, rose to fame with hits like "Take Five," died on Wednesday at Norwalk Hospital in Norwalk, Conn.
Archival footage and performances, commentary from friends and family, and interviews with Brubeck follow his early life in California, the popularity of the Dave Brubeck Quartet in the 1950s, their bestselling album Time Out, and his later work composing for the Catholic church.
Their arrangement of the Dave Brubeck Quartet number Take Five reminded us why this music was so influential and Monti's Cs[sz]rd[sz]s gave us a riotous touch of burlesque.
This year's show is dedicated to Joe Morello, of the Dave Brubeck Quartet, who died in March.
Paying tribute to the Dave Brubeck Quartet alto saxophonist will be Allison Neale on alto,Al Gurr on piano, Mark Goodchild on double bass and Garry Randall on drums.