miércoles, 2 de noviembre de 2016

David Brubeck "Brubeck Plays Brubeck" (1956)

"The "compositions" in this album are not composed in the usual sense of the term. They are primarily sketches - a skeletal framework upon which improvise, to express a mood or emotion or stimulate musical ideas. These little offerings make no pretense as "composition", but at the same time I have tried to construct melody lines which have a certain value of their own, and above all to offer as "original" something more unique than a new version of the blues." "I am grateful for the challenge and the opportunity this solo album of "originals" has afforded me. The challenge lay in improvising on new themes and new chord structures without the rehearsal experience of years of performance."
"Swing Bells" 3:39
"Walkin' Line" 2:47
"In Your Own Sweet Way" 5:01 
"Two-Part Contention" 5:39
"Weep No More" 3:59
"The Duke" 2:54
"When I Was Young" 3:19
"One Moment Worth Years" 4:55
"The Waltz" 3:49

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