Time In (album)
|Studio album by Dave Brubeck|
|Released||June 14, 1966|
|Label||Columbia - CS 9312|
|Dave Brubeck chronology|
Time In is a 1966 studio album by Dave Brubeck, the last of Brubeck's 'Time' series.
All the compositions on it were written by Dave Brubeck (two co-written with his wife Iola Brubeck), and performed by the Dave Brubeck Quartet. Stylistically, they cover a considerable range, from slow ballads in a West Coast jazz sound, to some of the religiously themed work he began to essay in the later 1960s (Forty Days, which would later appear in his The Light in the Wilderness: An Oratorio for Today), to more driving bebop-influenced numbers.
AllMusic's reviewer Thom Jurek wrote that it was "one of his most musically adventurous. ... of all the 'Time' recordings, this is the least commercial ... Though it is seldom celebrated as such, this is one of Brubeck's finest moments on Columbia."
- "Lost Waltz" (Dave Brubeck) 3:52
- "Softly, William, Softly" (D. Brubeck) 5:38
- "Time In" (D. Brubeck) 3:57
- "40 Days" (D. Brubeck) 4:38
- "Travellin' Blues" (D. Brubeck, Iola Brubeck) 5:57
- "He Done Her Wrong" (D. Brubeck) 2:14
- "Lonesome" (D. Brubeck, I. Brubeck) 7:10
- "Cassandra" (D. Brubeck) 4:18
(Times are as given on the CD; the album numbers differ slightly.)