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RIP - Jazz Musician Dave Brubeck Dead at 91 - best known for "Take Five"  http://youtu.be/faJE92phKzI

Jazz Musician Dave Brubeck Dead at 91

RIP - Jazz Musician Dave Brubeck Dead at 91 - best known for "Take Five".

R.I.P. Dave Brubeck (December 6, 1920 – December 5, 2012)

Dave Brubeck Quartet - The Duke. Live at Basin Street, New York City, circa From the album "Dave Brubeck Quartet - Jazz: Red Hot and Cool" My wife.

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Classic jazz smoothness from the Legendary Dave Brubeck;) I remember some of these songs in Pittsburgh's WJJJ smooth jazz station in Still in search of a specific song I can't seem to find. He's the closes artist that sounds similar to that song.

Dave Brubeck's Tribute to Piano Teachers :http://pastimesinc.com/2013/12/25/dave-brubecks-tribute-to-piano-teachers/

Let's pin my obsession with the tear inducing, hip wiggling, wildly talented man known to the world as Brubeck.

Dave Brubeck, take five and enjoy

Dave Brubeck, take five and enjoy

Scorsese and Robertson on the French Riviera for The Last Waltz’s presentation at the Cannes Film Festival, 1978.

The Making of The Last Waltz, the Band’s Concert-Film Masterpiece

Dave Brubeck

Legendary Jazz Musician Dave Brubeck Dies

David Warren "Dave" Brubeck was an American jazz pianist and composer, considered to be one of the foremost exponents of progressive jazz. He wrote a number of jazz standards, including "In Your Own Sweet Way" and "The Duke".

Rolling stones top 40 most influential albums of all time.

my father loved jazz music and asa boy i'd sit watch and listen to my dad talk about great musicians.jazz legend Dave Brubeck's passing, here's a classic that never gets old "Take Five".

Dave Brubeck, ‘Take Five,’ and his longtime collaborator credited with the jazz legend’s biggest hit - The Style Blog - The Washington Post

Dave Brubeck, “Take Five,” and his longtime collaboratore who wrote the jazz legend’s biggest hit

Dave Brubeck, ‘Take Five,’ and his longtime collaborator credited with the jazz legend’s biggest hit - The Style Blog - The Washington Post

▶ Dave Brubeck "Besame Mucho" - YouTube

Dave Brubeck, a legendary jazz pianist and composer, won legions of fans over a six-decade career with his complex rhythms and harmonies. His quartet's "Take Five" was the first million-selling jazz recording.

Dave Brubeck - Take Five 1966 -

Dave Brubeck - Take Five 1966 -

The Doors - Waiting for the sun ~ I was listening to this in my car this morning and I thought now that would be a cool tune to Pin.

The Doors Morrison Hotel - Waiting for the sun (Music Video) - HD 1970 © Midnight edition

dave brubeck - take five

dave brubeck - take five

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