Blue Rondo a la Turk: Dave Brubeck

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    • So we actually must have an account with box to download files now. When did this start?

      I’ll likely be passing on them from now on (I didn’t download many, but now and again … ).

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      • Kat Says:

        Scott,
        I switched a long while back as I had some trouble with yousendit. If you want a song. drop me a line if you don’t want to use Box.


      • I just can’t figure out what’s going on. This song – and one of your songs from today, you have to log in. The Betty Wright song – you do NOT have to log in? Confusing.

      • Kat Says:

        Scott,
        They changed the way you get the link, and I tried two different ways to find it. I’ll just have to figure out how I got the Betty one then do that each time.

  1. Birgit Says:

    Dave Brubecks crazy rhythms helped me to survive boring school hours. I remember tapping them silently with my hands under the desk while singing the melody in my head. Especially the two songs you chose and the “Unsquare Dance” di-da-di-da-di-da-da…

    • Kat Says:

      Birgit,
      I think these are his most famous songs, and they are the first I remember liking of jazz as it took me a while to enjoy the sound of jazz.

      I used to hide books; you hid music. We do what we need to do!

  2. Mark Anderson Says:

    Birgit,

    Is it Unsquare Dance where the guys laugh at the end, as if to say:
    “We nailed it that time!”? Or was it another one?

    Mark

    • Birgit Says:

      Great sentence to end a song, but I don’t know. It doesn’t finish the Unsquare Dance on my old “Greatest Hits” record. But there may be other versions?

  3. Joe Penkrot Says:

    They make me sign up then tell me it’s unavailable.

    See ya.

  4. Kat Says:

    You re most welcome, Joe. I’m glad I could solve the problem of why that suddenly started happening.


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