Jazz: Red Hot And Cool
by Dave Brubeck
Released: Jan 1955
The DBQ came to fame on the strength of their concert performances and live albums like this were very big sellers. Red Hot and Cool shows them knocking out the very same NYC jazz fans who would turn on them when Brubeck added more advanced classical theory to his playing. This debuts "The Duke," Brubeck's tribute to Ellington and a winning batch of standards.
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