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The Dave Brubeck QuartetTime Out

Label:Analogue Productions – APJ 8192, Columbia – CS 8192
Format:
Vinyl, LP, Album, Limited Edition, Reissue, Stereo, 200g, Gatefold
Country:US
Released:
Genre:Jazz
Style:Cool Jazz

Tracklist

A1Blue Rondo A La Turk
Written-ByBrubeck*
6:43
A2Strange Meadow Lark
Written-ByBrubeck*
7:22
A3Take Five
Written-ByP. Desmond*
5:24
B1Three To Get Ready
Written-ByBrubeck*
5:23
B2Kathy's Waltz
Written-ByBrubeck*
4:47
B3Everybody's Jumpin'
Written-ByBrubeck*
4:22
B4Pick Up Sticks
Written-ByBrubeck*
4:16
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Notes

Reissue of Time Out in 33 1/3 RPM. Gatefold jacket, with rare black and white photos from the Columbia Studios recording session. Heavy-duty chipboard shell stock by Stoughton Printing
NOTE: Cover erroniously states "RECORDING IS DESIGNED FOR USE ON 45 RPM STEREOPHONIC REPRODUCERS"
This is the exact same rear cover image carried over from the previous 2X45 version, but vinyl is indeed 33 1/3 RPM.

[Liner notes]
Originally Recorded at 30th Street Columbia Studios on July 1st, July 25th and August 18th, 1959 [...]
© 1959, 2012 Columbia Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment / Originally released 1959. [...]
Manufactured for Analogue Productions by Sony Music Entertainment [...]
Printed in the U.S.A.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A runout, etched): APJ-8192 CS 8192-A BG
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B runout, etched): APJ-8192 CS 8192-B BG
  • Barcode (On sticker): 0753088819216
  • Other (On barcode sticker): AAPJ 8192

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Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
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Time Out (LP, Album)Fontana682 065 TLNetherlands1959
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Time Out (LP, Album, Mono)Coronet (2)KLP 835New Zealand1959
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Time Out (LP, Album, Stereo)ColumbiaCS 8192Canada1959
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Time Out (LP, Album, Promo, Mono)ColumbiaCL 1397US1959
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Time Out (LP, Album, Mono)ColumbiaCL 1397Canada1959
  • benlorimore's avatar
    benlorimore
    Edited one month ago
    This is the most impressive record I own, hands down. If you want a personal concert in your living room pick up a copy.
    • LeonTP's avatar
      LeonTP
      Since I just cant let things go I got a 33 copy and compared very briefly to my 45.
      The most glaring differences should be on the inner tracks of the 33 so naturally I tested what everyone knows, Take Five, as well as Strange Meadow Lark which is my favorite.
      The 33 holds up favorably, dare I say perhaps better for some preferences?
      Things seem mostly equal on Take Five until Pauls horn comes in. It sounded hotter on the 33 while the 45 was more balanced. Some may like that authority of Desmonds playing which is why I say its a preference thing. No extra distortion or loss of quality was detected on my end either.
      For A2 the most glaring difference is the tape hiss. The 45 has more present tape hiss and possibly more separated in the left channel. The Piano might also be more separated and spacious but keep in mind that comparing with 45s is often tough because of the volume imbalance. Here its not so different but it still makes things hard to judge fairly.
      There may be some more mid and lower end for the 45 with a slight EQ difference but its very small. Ive analyzed both in Audacity and listened endlessly to Three To Get Ready now and after raising the 33 up 2 to 3db its hard to tell them apart many times.
      Either the 33 or 45, these remasters are both great, but if I had to pick one the 45 mastering seems more suitable, focusing less on that horn and getting slightly more air and fullness from the other instruments.

      Heads Up:
      A2 and B2 do have some clicks in them that Ive heard on multiple copies as well as digital so do not worry about those.
      However the A2 Piano can only be correctly tracked without major distortion using fresh high end styli it seems.

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      • XETSOF's avatar
        XETSOF
        Edited 4 months ago
        A truly stellar recording, brought to life via this perfect piece of vinyl. Flawless in every respect.
        • Deanosbarandgrill's avatar
          I’ve not heard the AP 45rpm version, but I have heard several other cuts and I have to say for me personally this 33rpm cut sounds absolutely sensational, the level of detail and dynamics on offer are just amazing. I’d love to hear the 45rpm now just to rule it out, but then again I think when weighed up against the benefit of only getting up once it’s plenty good enough for me.
          • Turn1's avatar
            Turn1
            A stunning pressing, I have the 45 rpm double LP. On the one hand it is a shame each side is so short. On the other, more loving hand, the vivid presence and separation of the instruments is beyond what I would have thought possible. Truly astounding clarity and texture - in particular the cymbals make my hair tingle.
            • smk54's avatar
              smk54
              Of the 6 different pressings I have of this album, the Analogue Productions 45RPM, is the best. Note: I do not have an original pressing.
              • discstew's avatar
                discstew
                It sounds great but warped vinyl spoiled my enjoyment, expected better from Analogue Productions especially as they claim on the hype sticker “Unmatched QC”.
                • DavidRBarnes's avatar
                  DavidRBarnes
                  Impressive. Would love to hear the 45RPM. It this is darn good
                  • rickypacific's avatar
                    rickypacific
                    Another amazing sounding record from Analogue Productions. I have heard this album via streaming and have always enjoyed it. The vinyl though, this pressing in particular, wow!!! It’s like I’m right there with them in 1959 as they put the tracks to tape. It sounds so good!
                    • DiscogsSchiit's avatar
                      DiscogsSchiit
                      An exceptional recording that you must own even if your a casual fan of jazz. Analogue Productions provides top notch treatment of this iconic album!

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