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7 thoughts on “ All The Things You Are - Gerry Mulligan, Paul Desmond, The Dave Brubeck Trio - The Complete 1972 Ber

  1. Mar 29,  · Also the trio selections minus Mulligan and Desmond are omitted. I know because I have CDRs with the complete broadcast of the Berlin concert. As for the material being previously unissued, several tracks appeared on the Atlantic LP (and subsequent reissues) We're All Together Again For the First Time.5/5(2).
  2. Read and write album reviews for Complete Berlin Concert - Gerry Mulligan, Paul Desmond, Dave Brubeck Trio on AllMusic. Read and write album reviews for Complete Berlin Concert - Gerry Mulligan, Paul Desmond, Dave Brubeck Trio on AllMusic Gerry Mulligan / Paul Desmond / Dave Brubeck Trio Complete Berlin Concert. Add to.
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  4. ** previously released on Verve MGV entitled "The Gerry Mulligan-Paul Desmond Quartet" + 3 bonus tracks. The Playboy Jazz All Stars, Vol. 2 (Playboy PB ) Paul Desmond, alto sax; Dave Brubeck, piano; Norman Bates, bass; Joe Morello, drums.
  5. 2. A DVD has been issued of the concert by "Standing Ovation" - "Gerry Mulligan, Paul Desmond & The Dave Brubeck Trio. Live In Berlin ". It does not include the non Brubeck tracks. 3. Tracks on CD 2, are from a rare live performance by Mulligan and Desmond playing together along with Jaki Byard, in New Orleans in Back to recordings.
  6. Brubeck which mostly stuck to traditional folk melodies) has three originals apiece from Brubeck and Mulligan, although the most memorable pieces are the two standards "Adios, Mariquita Linda" and "Amapola." This enjoyable set showed that for Brubeck there was life after Paul Desmond.9/
  7. Aug 17,  · What is important is Paul Desmond, whom I've always considered to be the soul of every incarnation of the Quartet, is present and in great form. And Dave is simply superb. Gerry Mulligan is no stranger to either Dave or Paul - right after the Quartet broke up he was playing with Dave in May of 68, and did numerous collaborations with Paul/5(37).

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