Time Changes

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Time Changes
Time Changes album-cover.jpg
Studio album by The Dave Brubeck Quartet
Released 1963
Recorded November 1963 at Columbia's 30th Street Studio, New York City
Genre Cool jazz, West Coast jazz
Length 35:00
Label Columbia
Producer Teo Macero
Dave Brubeck chronology
At Carnegie Hall
(1963)At Carnegie Hall1963
Time Changes
(1963)
Dave Brubeck in Berlin
(1964)Dave Brubeck in Berlin1964
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 2.5/5 stars[1]

Time Changes is a 1963 album by The Dave Brubeck Quartet, based upon the use of time signatures that were, because of Brubeck's previous work, a mainstay in popular jazz music.

The whole second side of the album, the composition "Elementals", resulted from a relationship with Rayburn Wright, The Eastman School of Music and its "Arranger's Workshop" and an impending concert in Rochester, New York. It was Mr. Brubeck's first orchestral composition.

Overview[edit]

"Time Changes" is a continuation of Brubeck's hit albums Time Out, Time Further Out and Countdown—Time in Outer Space, exploring the elements of time in jazz and music, while extending itself into a "do-it-yourself" concerto, which comprises the whole of side two, with orchestral accompaniment.[2] The cover painting is by the internationally acclaimed American abstract painter Sam Francis.

Track listing[edit]

On the original vinyl LP:

Side A[edit]

  1. "Iberia" - 3:00
  2. "Unisphere" - 5:43
  3. "Shim Wha" - 4:03
  4. "World's Fair" - 2:45
  5. "Cable Car" - 3:00
  6. 'Theme From Elementals' - 3:09 (CD only)

Side B[edit]

  1. "Elementals" - 16:35

Personnel[edit]

All pieces composed by Dave Brubeck, except "Shim Wha" by Joe Morello. The album was recorded over various sessions that took place in November 1963.

Musical

External links and sources[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Allmusic review
  2. ^ Original liner notes, Columbia LP CL 2127 –Ted Macero