By Kevin Whitehead, The Audio Beat It can be hard to separate Dave Brubeck’s first excursion into playing odd meters, 1959’s celebrated Time Out, from how it was promoted: as … Read More
By C. Michael Bailey, All About Jazz The year 1959 was a watershed for jazz music. It saw the releases of Miles Davis‘Kind of Blue (Columbia); John Coltrane‘s Giant Steps … Read More
By Jerome Wilson, All About Jazz This CD consists of previously unreleased takes from the recording sessions for Dave Brubeck‘s classic album, Time Out(Columbia, 1959). Read more here.
By John Chacona, PostGenre Let’s start with “Take Five,” a tune most serious jazz fans might be grateful never to hear again. Read more here.
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 … Read More
By Bill Kopp, Musoscribe Released in 1959, The Dave BrubeckQuartet’s Time Out is a landmark album. An accomplished synthesis of West Coast and cool jazz, it’s remarkable for combining “unusual” … Read More