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Nov 08, · referencing Jazz Impressions Of Japan, LP, Album, Club, RE, , CS , Very high quality pressing though the cover image is pretty disappointing. Clearly just a scan of an original pressing that had ring wear and is kind of blurry/5().
Jan 29, · This was also when Paul Desmond was with Brubeck, the two of them being so perfect together, in some ways similar to Miles Davis and Coltrane. The album was inspired by Brubeck's travels where he went to Japan translated his impressions of Japan into music that is so unique and unlike other jazz music of it's time/5(62).
AllMusic Review by Thom Jurek [+] In all, Jazz Impressions of Japan is one of the great forgotten Brubeck records. Its sweetness is tempered with musical adventure and the improvisational experience only a band that had been together 13 years could provide. It's truly wonderful.8/
The Dave Brubeck Quartet – Jazz Impressions Of Japan Piano – Dave Brubeck; Producer – Teo Macero; Notes This is early label two eye w/ "Guaranteed High Fidelity". In , Columbia switched to the "2 eye" label, which lasted in one form or another until The Dave Brubeck Quartet: Jazz Impressions Of Japan /5(39).