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01.Introduction.mp3 (Size: 115.80 MB) (Files: 15)


3.00 MB

 02.Cielito Lindo.mp3

11.49 MB

 03.La Paloma Azul.mp3

14.33 MB

 04.Sobre Las Olas (Over the Waves).mp3

7.53 MB

 05.Besame Mucho.mp3

13.47 MB

 06.Nostalgia De Mexico.mp3

9.27 MB


15.38 MB

 08.Alla En El Rancho Grande.mp3

6.82 MB


12.11 MB


11.30 MB

 11.La Bamba.mp3

11.08 MB

 1967 - Bravo! Brubeck! Info.txt

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Dave Brubeck - Bravo! Brubeck!
Year: release 1997
Rec: Live in Mexico, May 12-14 1967
Label: Columbia
Bitate: 320 kbps

One of the better Dave Brubeck LPs from the later period of the Quartet with altoist Paul Desmond, this set is unusual in that it only contains one Brubeck original. On such tunes as "Cielito Lindo," the beautiful "La Paloma," "Besame Mucho" and "Estrellita," the Quartet is augmented by guitarist Chamin Correa and percussionist Rabito Agueros. The results are melodic but swinging treatments of a variety of famous themes. ~ Scott Yanow, AMG

Amazon.com essential recording
Perhaps no other jazz artist has used the live album to his advantage more so than Brubeck. His series of college recordings in the early 1950s launched his career in full, and by the time his quartet performed these Mexican concerts in 1967, they were in the twilight of one of jazz's most successful runs. Delivering a repertoire of Mexican pop and folk standards (plus one Latin-tinged original), Brubeck mostly shows his softer melodic side, trading in his more intense, agitated ideas for hightened elements of beauty and swing. His dialogue with Mexican guitarist Chamin Correa on "Sobre Las Olas" is delightfully bright. Of course, Paul Desmond's alto work always tended toward the lighthearted; it's elegantly fragile ( over Rabito Agueros's most delicate bongos ) on "La Paloma Azul" and wonderfully frisky on "Estrellita." Brubeck and Desmond lay out for the fan favorite "Alla En El Rancho Grande," but Brubeck returns for a furious reading of "La Bamba," propelled by the percussion team of Rabito and Joe Morello. The timeless material, guest musicians, and above all, the fertility of the Brubeck Quartet make this Latin bit a success. ~ Marc Greilsamer

I would give this album a 6 star rating if it was possible! Beginning with the bright& happy rendering of "Cielito Lindo",through the cheerful,"Over The Waves", that makes you feel like you are sailing across the ocean on a sun-brightened afternoon,to the climatic,high-energy "La Bamba",with it's exciting back & forth exchanges between Brubeck,Morello & Agueros, EVERY song is splendid! Even the chronology of the songs is nice,interjecting songs like Brubeck's beautiful arrangement of "La Paloma Azul",right where it gives you a chance to let your adrenalin subside briefly, ( along with platforming Paul Desmond's magnificent gifts ), prior to launching you into another up-tempo number.
The only fault I find with this album is it's irresistable power to compel a non-dancer like myself to attempt to get up and tango, ( or mambo or cha cha cha? )around the room each time I hear "Nostalgia de Mexico"! ~ A Customer

Dave Brubeck (Piano), Dave Brubeck (Arranger), Dave Brubeck (Main Performer), Dave Brubeck (Liner Notes), Paul Desmond (Sax (Alto)), Joe Morello (Drums), Steven Berkowitz (A&R), Eugene Wright (Bass), Didier C. Deutsch (Producer), Russell Gloyd (Producer), Teo Macero (Producer), Salvatore Agueros (Bongos), Salvatore Agueros (Conga)

Dave Brubeck - piano
Paul Desmond - alto saxophone
Eugene Wright - bass
Joe Morello - drums
Salvador "Rabito" Agueros - bongos and conga drum
Benjamin "Chamin" Correa - guitar

Dave Brubeck - Bravo! Brubeck! track list:
01 Introduction Dave Brubeck (1:18)
02 Cielito Lindo Traditional (5:01)
03 La Paloma Azul (The Blue Dove) Traditional (6:16)
04 Sobre Las Olas (Over the Waves) ... Juventino Rosas (3:17)
05 Besame Mucho Sunny Skylar, Consuelo Velázquez (5:53)
06 Nostalgia de Mexico Dave Brubeck (4:03)
07 Poinciana Nat Simon, Buddy Bernier (6:43)
08 Alla en el Rancho Grande Emilio de Uranga (3:07)
09 Frenesi Alberto Dominguez, Leonard Whitcup (5:19)
10 Estrellita (Little Star) Manuel Ponce (4:50)
11 La Bamba Traditional (4:50)

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