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BRUBECK, Dave: Live in '64 and '66 (NTSC)


BRUBECK, Dave: Live in '64 and '66 (NTSC)

DVD Clip

Live in '64 and '66


Dave Brubeck, piano
Paul Desmond,
tenor saxophone
Eugene Wright, bass
Joe Morello,


(Belgium, 1964)
St. Louis Blues
Koto Song
Three to Get Ready
In Your Own Sweet Way
Take Five

(Germany, 1966)
Take the 'A' Train
Forty Days
I'm In A Dancing Mood
Koto Song
Take Five


Picture Format: NTSC 4:3 B/W
Sound Format: Mono
Region Code: 0 (All Regions)
Booklet Languages: English
Running Time: 67 min
No. of DVDs: 1



Brubeck, Dave; Desmond, Paul; Handy, William Christopher; Strayhorn, Billy

Brubeck, Dave; Desmond, Paul; Morello, Joe; Wright, Eugene

Label: Naxos

Genre: Jazz

Period: 20th Century

Catalogue No: 2.119005

Barcode: 0747313900558

Physical Release: 10/2007

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