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Indian Summer

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Download links and information about Indian Summer by Dave Brubeck. This album was released in 2007 and it belongs to Jazz, Contemporary Jazz, Country genres. It contains 16 tracks with total duration of 01:10:33 minutes.

Artist: Dave Brubeck
Release date: 2007
Genre: Jazz, Contemporary Jazz, Country
Tracks: 16
Duration: 01:10:33
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Tracks

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No. Title Length
1. You'll Never Know 4:38
2. I'm Alone 5:15
3. Autumn In Our Town 4:51
4. So Lonely 3:13
5. I'm Afraid the Masquerade Is Over 4:10
6. I Don't Stand a Ghost of a Chance With You 4:18
7. Pacific Hail 4:17
8. September Song 4:40
9. Summer Song 4:12
10. Thank You 5:00
11. Georgia On My Mind 4:27
12. Spring Is Here 3:55
13. Sweet Lorraine 4:40
14. Memories of You 4:13
15. This Love of Mine 3:53
16. Indian Summer 4:51

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It's not uncommon for anyone to turn toward nostalgia as the years wear on, and at age 86, with nearly 60 years of recording behind him and nearly 50 since he shook up the jazz world with his landmark Time Out album, Dave Brubeck is certainly entitled to look back and take stock of his life. Indian Summer — the phrase itself suggests an acknowledgement of a waning in progress — is something of a companion piece to 2004's Private Brubeck Remembers. Like that gem, Indian Summer is a solo piano work comprised of Brubeck's ruminations on standards of the mid-20th century, the period when he was just coming up as an artist and blossoming as a young man. These are reflective, meditative ballads, softly but skillfully played and hinting at melancholy. On time-worn Americana such as "Georgia on My Mind," "September Song," "Sweet Lorraine," and "Spring Is Here," Brubeck is restrained but soulful, out to prove nothing. It's not that age has dulled him; Brubeck's performance is uniformly exquisite, imaginative, and elegant; it's just not edgy. A small handful of original material nicely complements the standards, adding up to one of the more intimate entries in Brubeck's enormous discography.