By Richard S. Ginell, San Francisco Classical Voice

 

No one, not even Dave Brubeck, expected Time Out to be the first million-selling jazz album. It was supposed to be an experimental voyage into strange regions, a record that fiddled with compound and odd-meter time signatures that were supposedly alien to jazz. No American Songbook standards, all originals, and no one thought Americans could dance to it. Read more here.

 

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