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BRUBECK LaVERNE TRIO See How It Feels (1986). Andy LaVerne - keyboards. Dan Brubeck - drums, percussion. Chris Brubeck - electric bass, bass trombone. JAPAN NUMBERED PROMO CD 1987 1st Issue. See How It Feels 6:55. Genre: JazzStyle: TrioArtist: Seal.
In 1999, Chris Brubeck and his brother Daniel Brubeck joined with other musicians to form The Brubeck Brothers Quartet (which had briefly pre-existed with Andy LaVerne for a 1972 album as "The Brubeck-LaVerne Trio"). While they have performed with various other musicians, as of 2006 the quartet includes Mike DeMicco on guitar, Chuck Lamb on piano (), Daniel Brubeck on drums, and Chris Brubeck on electric bass and bass trombone. 1972 album See How It Feels by the Brubeck-LaVerne Trio. com/chico/Content?oid oid%3A51276.
Fourstar: The Spirit of ‘76. Blackhawk: See How It Feels (Brubeck/LaVerne Trio). IPI: Legend, Mythology. w/Larry Schneider: Just Cole Porter (SteepleChase) Blind Date (SteepleChase) Mohawk (SteepleChase) Inner Voice (SteepleChase) Jazz (SteepleChase) It Might As Well Be Spring (SteepleChase). w/Bob Rockwell: Born To Be Blue (SteepleChase) Shades Of Blue (SteepleChase). w/Jerry Bergonzi: Tilt (Red) Conjuction (IPI). Midi Recordings: Andy LaVerne Jazz Soloist/Mainstream (Band In A Box/PG Music) Andy LaVerne Jazz Soloist/Pentatonic (Band In A Box/PG Music). Yamaha Disklavier discs: By Name Only (Yamaha PianoSoft) In Walked Bud (Yamaha PianoSoft) Why Ask Why (Yamaha PianoSoft Plus).
This album has an average beat per minute of 98 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 66/155 BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page. Tracklist Trio Brubeck. BPM Profile Trio Brubeck. Album starts at BPM, ends at 66BPM (+66), with tempos within the -BPM range. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing). Recent albums by Dave Brubeck.
In 1949, Sheedy was talked into making the first recording of Brubeck's octet and later his trio. But Sheedy was unable to pay his bills and in 1949 turned his masters over to his record stamping company, the Circle Record Company, owned by Max and Sol Weiss. In 1959, the Dave Brubeck Quartet recorded Time Out, an album about which the record label was enthusiastic but which they were nonetheless hesitant to release. Featuring the cover art of S. Neil Fujita, the album contained all original compositions, almost none of which were in common time: 9 8, 5 4, 3 4, and 6 4 were used, inspired by Eurasian folk music they experienced during their 1958 Department of State sponsored tour.
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Comfort Dinner Ambiance Relaxation Sunday Afternoon. The Dave Brubeck Trio with Gerry Mulligan & the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra. This third collaboration by Dave Brubeck with Erich Kunzel conducting the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra features his trio with Jack Six and Alan Dawson, as well as "special guest" Gerry Mulligan (who was essentially a member of the Brubeck Quartet by the time of the recording); it was originally released as a Decca LP.
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Written-By – Chris Brubeck
|BKH 51401||Brubeck LaVerne Trio||See How It Feels (Cass, Album)||Blackhawk Records||BKH 51401||US||1986|
|ALZ-28020||Brubeck LaVerne Trio||See How It Feels (LP, Album, Promo)||Blackhawk Records||ALZ-28020||Japan||1986|
|BKH 51401||Brubeck LaVerne Trio||See How It Feels (LP, Album)||Blackhawk Records||BKH 51401||Germany||1986|