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Dave Brubeck (1995)

Interview by Paul Zollo, Rock's Backpages Audio, March 1995

Mr. Brubeck on his family background and first listening to jazz; on playing, writing and arranging; on jazz's place in American culture and history; and on time signatures, Paul Desmond and Joe Morello, and that tune ('Take Five').

File format: mp3; file size: 49.2mb, interview length: 53' 44" sound quality: ***

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