Jazz Goes to College

~ Release by The Dave Brubeck Quartet (see all versions of this release, 4 available)

Tracklist

12" Vinyl 1
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A1Balcony Rock
producer:
George Avakian
alto saxophone:
Paul Desmond (in 1954-05)
double bass:
Bob Bates (in 1954-05)
drums (drum set):
Joe Dodge (in 1954-05)
piano:
Dave Brubeck (in 1954-05)
recorded at:
University of Michigan in Ann Arbor, Michigan, United States (in 1954-05)
live recording of:
Balcony Rock (in 1954-05)
composer:
Dave Brubeck and Paul Desmond
11:55
A2Out of Nowhere
producer:
George Avakian
alto saxophone:
Paul Desmond (in 1954-05)
double bass:
Bob Bates (in 1954-05)
drums (drum set):
Joe Dodge (in 1954-05)
piano:
Dave Brubeck (in 1954-05)
recorded at:
University of Cincinnati in Cincinnati, Ohio, United States (in 1954-05)
live instrumental cover recording of:
Out of Nowhere (in 1954-05)
lyricist:
Edward Heyman
composer:
Johnny Green (composer and conductor, often credited as John Green)
publisher:
Famous Music Corporation
8:05
A3Le Souk
producer:
George Avakian
alto saxophone:
Paul Desmond (in 1954-05)
double bass:
Bob Bates (in 1954-05)
drums (drum set):
Joe Dodge (in 1954-05)
piano:
Dave Brubeck (in 1954-05)
recorded at:
Oberlin College in Oberlin, Ohio, United States (in 1954-05)
live recording of:
Le Souk (in 1954-05)
composer:
Dave Brubeck and Paul Desmond
4:36
B1Take the "A" Train
producer:
George Avakian
alto saxophone:
Paul Desmond (in 1954-05)
double bass:
Bob Bates (in 1954-05)
drums (drum set):
Joe Dodge (in 1954-05)
piano:
Dave Brubeck (in 1954-05)
recorded at:
University of Michigan in Ann Arbor, Michigan, United States (in 1954-05)
live instrumental cover recording of:
Take the “A” Train (in 1954-05)
publisher:
Billy Strayhorn (on 1941-06-12)
lyricist:
Joya Sherrill (in 1944)
composer:
Billy Strayhorn (in 1939)
publisher:
Music Sales Corporation (American copyright holder in both popular and classical music) and Tempo (on 1943-02-19)
version of:
Take the “A” Train (original instrumental version)
live instrumental recording of:
Take the “A” Train
publisher:
Billy Strayhorn (on 1941-06-12)
lyricist:
Joya Sherrill (in 1944)
composer:
Billy Strayhorn (in 1939)
publisher:
Music Sales Corporation (American copyright holder in both popular and classical music) and Tempo (on 1943-02-19)
version of:
Take the “A” Train (original instrumental version)
6:10
B2The Song Is You
producer:
George Avakian
alto saxophone:
Paul Desmond (in 1954-05)
double bass:
Bob Bates (in 1954-05)
drums (drum set):
Joe Dodge (in 1954-05)
piano:
Dave Brubeck (in 1954-05)
recorded at:
University of Michigan in Ann Arbor, Michigan, United States (in 1954-05)
live instrumental cover recording of:
The Song Is You (in 1954-05)
lyricist:
Oscar Hammerstein II (of Rodgers & Hammerstein)
composer:
Jerome Kern
publisher:
PolyGram International Publishing, Inc. (renamed Universal PolyGram International Publishing, Inc. circa 1998) and T.B. Harms Co.
5:39
B3Don't Worry 'bout Me
producer:
George Avakian
alto saxophone:
Paul Desmond (in 1954-05)
double bass:
Bob Bates (in 1954-05)
drums (drum set):
Joe Dodge (in 1954-05)
piano:
Dave Brubeck (in 1954-05)
recorded at:
University of Michigan in Ann Arbor, Michigan, United States (in 1954-05)
live instrumental cover recording of:
Don’t Worry ’Bout Me (in 1954-05)
lyricist:
Ted Koehler (in 1939)
composer:
Rube Bloom (American songwriter, pianist and vocalist) (in 1939)
publisher:
Cinephonic Music Co., Ltd. and Redwood Music Ltd. (Carlin)
8:46
B4I Want to Be Happy
producer:
George Avakian
alto saxophone:
Paul Desmond (in 1954-05)
double bass:
Bob Bates (in 1954-05)
drums (drum set):
Joe Dodge (in 1954-05)
piano:
Dave Brubeck (in 1954-05)
recorded at:
University of Michigan in Ann Arbor, Michigan, United States (in 1954-05)
live instrumental cover recording of:
I Want to Be Happy (in 1954-05)
lyricist:
Irving Caesar
composer:
Irving Caesar and Vincent Youmans
part of:
No, No, Nanette
6:37