Strange Meadowlark - The Dave Brubeck Quartet, Carmen McRae - Tonight Only! (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  • THE DAVE BRUBECK QUARTET With Guest Star CARMEN MCRAE Tonight Only! (s Japanese 9-track vinyl LP, also featuring Paul Desmond on Alto Saxophone, Gene Wright on Bass and Joe Morello on Drums, picture sleeve with top card 'CBS Favorite Jazz' obi-strip.
  • meadowlark, which is captured in its opening motive. Dave Brubeck’s wife, Iola, penned a set of lyrics addressed to an anthropomorphized meadowlark, which evokes nostalgia for budding love during a previous summer. The jazz singer Carmen McRae recorded this version with the Quartet .
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  • Tonight Only! showcases a memorable sparkling duet performance by the great jazz pianist- composer and acclaimed jazz chanteuse as the collaboration brings out the remarkable artistry from The Dave Brubeck quartet performing alongside McRae’s uncommon talent as they reveal the meaning of a song done in robust style.
  • Weep No More, Briar Bush, Paradiddle Joe and Strange Meadowlark where recorded in New York City on September 9, Melanctha and Tristesse where recorded December 14, and Talkin' And Walkin', Late Lament and Tonight Only on December /5(9).
  • The complete original album Tonight Only! (Columbia CS), the first out of three collaborations between Dave Brubeck and singer Carmen McRae. Five extra songs presenting McRae backed by the Dave Brubeck Trio have been added here as a bonus, including a rare reading of "There'll Be No Tomorrow" that also appears here on CD for the first time ever.5/5(11).
  • Dec 22,  · 50+ videos Play all Mix - Dave Brubeck - Strange Meadowlark YouTube; Blue Rondo à la Turk - Duration: Brubeck Quartet Time Out Album - .
  • One of the more obscure Dave Brubeck albums is really a showcase for the young singer Carmen McRae who performs nine numbers: six composed by the pianist/leader, one song apiece by altoist Paul Desmond and bassist Eugene Wright and the lesser-known standard "Paradiddle Joe." McRae is in fine voice but strangely enough all of the songs (except for "Strange Meadowlark") have been long 4/

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