By Gerrod Harris, Spill Magazine

If ever there was a single album that acted as a gateway to the genre for generations of jazz school students while also managing to push the style forward, so much so that it’s lasting impact is still felt today, The Dave Brubeck Quartet’s Take Five is a definite contender. Originally released in 1959, Time Out is a landmark record that continues to captivate the minds of musicians, over six decades later. Read more here.

 

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