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Laura Jazz At The College Of The Pacific 1953

Laura Jazz At The College Of The Pacific 1953 Mp3 Song, Download Laura Jazz At The College Of The Pacific 1953, Laura Jazz At The College Of The Pacific 1953 Mp3 Download"Laura Jazz At The College Of The Pacific 1953" was a soundtrack in 2012 ,An Awesome Classical cassette, Dave Brubeck Eight Classic Albums Vol 2 - Remastered.Dave Brubeck got love for kind work of a Classical soundtrack.It swiftly reached towards success on video platform youtube in 2008, and is watched by 52.51 thousand audience.This song was produced 5 years before, going on to be enjoyable by English teens.Major singer Dave Brubeck played role in two tasks, played role as singers and composer.This was Dave Brubeck`s 3345th song, Out of 3386 total .The music track was framed by Dave Brubeck so on it was proudly performed by Dave Brubeck.Estimated profit to Rock Melon by the music track is $3151.Rock Melon, released the soundtrack after releasing "Pans Pipes Feat Bill Smith Near Myth 1961" music track represented by Marian Trapassi. took part as a writer.Music track is available on platform itunes for only $1.29 where as all album only for $24.99.

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Song Name Laura Jazz At The College Of The Pacific 1953
CategoriesEnglish.
AlbumDave Brubeck Eight Classic Albums Vol 2 - Remastered.
ComposerDave Brubeck.
GenreClassical.
LabelRock Melon.
SingerDave Brubeck.
Duration 03:10
Record on December 6, 2017
Album Price $24.99
Song Price $1.29
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Laura Jazz At The College Of The Pacific 1953 Lyrics

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Posting this a few days after Mr. Brubeck's passing. Pacific is a part of his fine college album series, and shows why he was one of the last of the masters from that golden age.

From Wikipedia:

Jazz at the College of the Pacific is a live album by Dave Brubeck Quartet. It was recorded and released in December 1953 on Fantasy Records. The cover was designed by Ed Colker and drawn by Arnold Roth. Critic Nat Hentoff wrote on Down Beat magazine that the album "ranks with the Oberlin and Storyville sets as the best of Brubeck on record".

Dave Brubeck - piano
Paul Desmond - alto saxophone
Joe Dodge - drums
Ron Crotty - bass

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