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On December 26, 1967, the classic Dave Brubeck Quartet (Paul Desmond on alto sax, Joe Morello on drums, and Eugene Wright on bass) gave it's final concert as a group. On this occasion, they appeared in Pittsburgh, and while Columbia didn't do a recording (a studio session had taken place on the 18th, but didn't yield much that was interesting), the concert was recorded and has been made available by the Brubeck Archives. In that live recording, the four musicians made the best out of this last opportunity to play together, in a final musical gesture that shows they were still at the top of their game. It is bound to attract the attention of Brubeck fans and jazz fans, given the fact that it marked the end of a celebrated quartet that had spanned some 18 years and given the 1960s one of it's signature themes, "Take Five".

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1) Introduction
2) St. Louis Blues
3) Three to Get Ready
4) These Foolish Things (Remind Me of You)
5) Cielito Lindo
6) La Paloma Azul (The Blue Dove)
7) Take the "A" Train
8) Someday My Prince Will Come [From the Walt Disney Film Snow White ; TH
9) Members Presentation
10) Swanee River
11) I'm in a Dancing Mood
12) You Go to My Head
13) Set My People Free
14) For Drummers Only
15) Take Five

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