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Time Outtakes

Dave Brubeck Quartet

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Time Outtakes

The Dave Brubeck Quartet

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Blue Rondo a la Turk
00:08:53
2
Strange Meadowlark
00:07:11
3
Take Five
00:05:48
4
Three To Get Ready
00:04:57
5
Cathy's Waltz
00:04:38
6
I'm In A Dancing Mood
00:03:15
7
Watusi Jam
00:04:33
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Band Banter from the 1959 Recording Sessions
00:04:35

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