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by Brubeck Brothers Quartet

Exhilarating jazz from Chris & Dan Brubeck with Mike DeMicco and Pete Levin
Genre: Jazz: Traditional Jazz Combo
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Bossa Nova U.S.A.
9:47 album only
2. In Your Own Sweet Way
9:07 album only
3. We're Still in Love After All These Years
4:51 album only
4. Cassandra
5:12 album only
5. When I Was Young
7:03 album only
6. Take Five
5:51 album only
7. Lydian Grin
6:57 album only
8. Old World, New World
15:12 album only


Album Notes
The Brubeck Brothers Quartet is an exciting and talented jazz group, consisting of four versatile musicians - two of them members of one of America's most notable musical families.

Dan (drums and percussion) and Chris (bass, trombone & piano) have received international recognition for their extraordinary music abilities.

They are joined by two longtime friends, Mike DeMicco (guitar) and Pete Levin (piano & organ).

The Brubeck Brothers Quartet presents a unique blend of original compositions, jazz standards, and Dave Brubeck classics, providing a glimpse into the future of jazz while honoring the jazz tradition.



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Mike Joyce, The Washington Post

an intrinsic freshness
Elements of rock, classical, blues, funk, reggae and world music informed the quartet's approach to contemporary jazz, adding considerable color and texture to the arangements. The rhythmic impetus, meanwhile, ranged from light, brush-stroked swing to tumultuous waves of syncopated beats. Of course, since one seldom gets to hear a jazz combo that favors a lyrical trombone and a blues-inflected Hammond organ, much of the music seemed to benefit from an intrinsic freshness.

Albany Times Union

two of the finest traditions of jazz at the same time
Like their father, The Brubeck Brothers have no fear of an odd time signature or meter, and basically end up having their own way of perceiving time.
With a respectful nod to the past and an adventurous eye toward the future, The Brubeck Brothers carry on two of the finest traditions of jazz at the same time.