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  1. Steve Fidyk - Allied ForcesRead the original story w/Photo

    5 hrs ago | Something Else! Reviews

    ... of the album. Fidyk's brief drum solo is notable because it evokes but not copies Joe Morello's iconic solo on "Take Five." Perhaps not coincidentally, Fidyk took lessons from the great Morello in his youth. Still, when the chops on display here ...

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  2. Grado GR10e in-ear headphones reviewRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Jul 24 | The Gadgeteer

    ... proves that other music that relies less on bass should sound good. Great is more like it. Dave Brubeck"s classic "Take Five" is a phenomenal jazz masterpiece with its breathy sax and tight drumming. Listening with the GR10e earphones evokes an ...

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  3. The Brubeck Project - Neil Maya QuartetRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Jul 17 | This Is South Devon

    For many people, the sound of Dave Brubeck's 'Take 5' is the sound of jazz. This popular American pianist and composer who died just a few years ago did more than perhaps anyone to bring jazz into the popular mainstream.

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  4. Take Five With Lisa DaeRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jul 16 | All About Jazz

    About Lisa Dae: Lisa Dae's distinctive vocals have earned her a loyal and rapidly growing fan base. Classically trained she can sing what she hears.

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  5. Take Five With Charles ChaceRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jul 11 | All About Jazz

    About Charles Chace: I'm a contemporary artist and musician from Massachusetts. I've shown my art in galleries in New York City , Miami and North Carolina.

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  6. The Dave Brubeck Quartet: Time OutRead the original story

    Saturday Jul 9 | All About Jazz

    ... is melodic as it is indeed strange, thanks to Paul Desmond's alto saxophone, and Brubeck's plaintive piano solo. "Take Five," written by Desmond, was and remains the tune most people associate with the album, and despite over familiarity, it really ...

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  7. Michael Jefry Stevens: FlowRead the original story

    Saturday Jul 9 | All About Jazz

    ... ch an expressive, emotional and innovative music. I was first exposed to jazz by my sister. Dave Brubeck Quartet, "Take Five", with Paul Desmond. My advice to new listeners is to check out the many varied styles of jazz

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  8. Catherine Sikora: JerseyRead the original story

    Saturday Jul 9 | All About Jazz

    ... ch an expressive, emotional and innovative music. I was first exposed to jazz by my sister. Dave Brubeck Quartet, 'Take Five', with Paul Desmond. My advice to new listeners is to check out the many varied styles of jazz

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  9. Dan Cray: Outside InRead the original story

    Saturday Jul 9 | All About Jazz

    ... ch an expressive, emotional and innovative music. I was first exposed to jazz by my sister. Dave Brubeck Quartet, "Take Five", with Paul Desmond. My advice to new listeners is to check out the many varied styles of jazz

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  10. View Greg Pardue's All About Jazz profileRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jul 8 | All About Jazz

    ... ch an expressive, emotional and innovative music. I was first exposed to jazz by my sister. Dave Brubeck Quartet, "Take Five", with Paul Desmond. My advice to new listeners is to check out the many varied styles of jazz

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  11. Doc Follows Pakistani Musicians From YouTube To Lincoln Center StageRead the original story

    Wednesday Jul 6 | WBEZ-FM Chicago

    Back in 2011 a group of Pakistani musicians became a YouTube sensation with their interpretation of Dave Brubeck's classic, Take Five. American musician Wynton Marsalis caught wind of The Sachal Ensemble's talents and invited them over to play at Jazz at Lincoln Center.

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  12. Sail, laugh, relax in the CLE: 2016 Kappa Alpha Psi Boat Ride;...Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jul 1 | Cleveland.com

    Socialize, dance and enjoy the view of the downtown Cleveland skyline while sailing along the Lake Erie shore on the Goodtime III; rock out to the indie rock of Peter, Bjorn and John or the classic sounds of Pere Ubu; get your laugh on with Josh Gundelman at Hilarities or J. Anthony Brown at Take 5 Jazz Club; or take your pick of any number of locations throughout the Greater Cleveland area to see fireworks displays. Here's a short list of cool Cleveland happenings.

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  13. Music Industry: The Musiciansa (TM) ViewRead the original story

    Tuesday Jun 28 | All About Jazz

    ... don't have jazz yet will start having jazz. "There's enough work here. With the closing of Broadway Jazz Club and Take Five, the only thing that's become more difficult is when I hear from people from out of town who want to come to Kansas City and ...

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  14. AL Jarreau honors George Duke and Jon Hendricks at Blue Note Jazz FestivalRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jun 27 | Examiner.com

    ... the one hour, 45 minute concert, Jarreau displayed his awe inspiring "signature," especially on the classics "Take Five," and "Killer Joe," mixed with a taste of Stevie Wonder's "Living For The City." Opening with "Mornin'" from his 1983 self-titled ...

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  15. Take Five with Alex Gershman of Sashaa (TM)s BlocRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 25, 2016 | All About Jazz

    About Alex Gershman An intriguing ensemble founded in 2012, Sasha's Bloc is an amalgam of varied artists, nationalities and experiences, all fueled by bassist and songwriter Alex Gershman. This collective delivers a sound that is consistently big, boisterous, full of spirit and rich in everything that makes jazz linger as an American phenomenon.

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  16. Things to Do MusicRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 22, 2016 | The Pordland Mercury

    ... fury of a punk outfit. It's the kind of sound that can turn an otherwise bouncy composition like Dave Brubeck's "Take Five" into something darker and seamier and much more enticing. ROBERT HAM NUGGETS NIGHT: FLAMIN' GROOVIES, EYELIDS, THE PYNNACLES, ...

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  17. Take Five With Antonio AdolfoRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 18, 2016 | All About Jazz

    About Antonio Adolfo Pianist, arranger, producer and educator Antonio Adolfo grew up in a musical family in Rio de Janeiro and began his studies at the age of seven. At seventeen he was already a professional musician.

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  18. Take Five With Roberta PiketRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 17, 2016 | All About Jazz

    About Roberta Piket Born in Queens, New York, Roberta inherited a passion for music from both her parents. Her father was the Austrian composer Frederick Piket, who made significant contributions to both the musical liturgy of Reform Judaism and the concert hall with works performed by the New York Philharmonic under conductor Dimitri Metropolis.

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  19. Way Down In The Jungle RoomRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 14, 2016 | Elvis Presley E-zine

    CD 1: The Masters Way Down She Thinks I Still Care Bitter They Are, Harder They Fall Pledging My Love For The Heart Love Coming Down He'll Have To Go Blue Eyes Crying In The Rain Hurt Never Again Danny Boy Solitaire Moody Blue It's Easy For You I'll Never Fall In Love Again The Last Farewell CD 2: The Outtakes Bitter They Are, Harder They Fall She Thinks I Still Care The Last Farewell Solitaire I'll Never Fall In Love Again Moody Blue For The Heart Hurt Danny Boy Never Again Love Coming Down Blue Eyes Crying In The Rain She Thinks I Still Care It's Easy For You Way Down Pledging My Love For The Heart "Elvis: Way Down In The Jungle Room" Release Date; August, 2016 Disc 1, Side 1 Bitter They Are, Harder They Fall She Thinks I Still Care The Last Farewell Solitaire Disc 1, Side 2 I'll Never Fall In Love Again Moody Blue For The Heart Hurt Danny Boy Disc 2, Side 1 Never Again Love Coming ... (more)

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  20. Take Five with B.D. LenzRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 8, 2016 | All About Jazz

    About B.D. Lenz: Mix the sophistication of jazz, the grit of blues, and the grooves of funk and soul, and you have the recipe for contempo-jazz guitarist B.D. Lenz. The New Jersey native has played guitar since his early teens, is a graduate of Musicians Institute in Los Angeles, and has studied with such masters as , and Charlie Banacos along the way.

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