8 thoughts on “ In Your Own Sweet Way - Dave Brubeck - Young Lions & Old Tigers (CD, Album)

  1. To celebrate his 75th birthday, Dave Brubeck recorded one number apiece with quite a variety of top jazz stars, both young and old. Some of the performances (which alternate duets with quartets) work better than others (eight are recent Brubeck compositions) but all of the musicians display mutual respect, and it is obvious that the guests are all fans of the still-masterful pianist.6/
  2. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Young Lions & Old Tigers on Discogs/5(9).
  3. Let me start by saying that this album is a must-own for every Dave fan. It contains extraordinary compositions by Dave in tribute to all who worked with him. I got a bit sentimental when he and George Shearing played an emotional version of "In Your Own Sweet Way.," Dave /5(8).
  4. Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Dave Brubeck - Young Lions & Old Tigers at Discogs. Complete your Dave Brubeck collection.4/5(16).
  5. Young Lions & Old Tigers is a studio album by American jazz pianist Dave Brubeck. Recorded to celebrate Brubeck's 75th birthday, the album features guests such as Jon Hendricks, Roy Hargrove, Michael Brecker and George Shearing. Description provided by Wikipedia under Creative Commons Attribution CC-BY-SA
  6. In Your Own Sweet Way: 7. Joshua Redman: 8. Together: 9. Moody: Listen to your favorite songs from Young Lions & Old Tigers by Dave Brubeck Now. Stream ad-free with Amazon Music Unlimited on mobile, desktop, and tablet. Browse; Home; Stations; Playlists; Amazon Music Store; album. Young Lions & Old Tigers.
  7. Dave Brubeck Young Lions & Old Tigers Q: 4 Stars - Excellent with a chance-taking interpretation of "In Your Own Sweet Way." Joshua Redman performs fine hard bop on one song, "Together," is a well-conceived duet for baritonist Gerry Mulligan and Brubeck, James Moody plays tenor, sings, and yodels on the minor blues "Moody," Mulligan returns /5(5).
  8. Composition "In Your Own Sweet Way" is written in the key of B flat major, and is a jazz ballad in thirty-two-bar form with an eight-bar interlude typically played between each chorus. Author of the biography It's About Time: The Dave Brubeck Story, Fred Hall, said that this jazz standard, like other standards, such as "Take Five," has been performed by "various Brubeck .

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