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For All Time

For All Time by Dave Brubeck buy album

Dave Brubeck

Label: Columbia Records
Released: 2004
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Disc: 1 (Time Out) Blue Rondo A La Turk Strange Meadowlark Take Five Three To Get Ready Kathy's Waltz Everybody's Jumpin' Pick Up Sticks

Disc: 2 (Time Further Out) It's A Raggy Waltz Bluette Charles Mathew Halleujah Far More Blue Far More Drums Maori Blues Unsquare Dance Bru's Boogie Woogie Blue Shadows In The Street Slow And Easy It's A Raggy Waltz (Live At Carnegie Hall)

Disc: 3 (Countdown: Time In Outer Space) Countdown Eleven Four Why Phillis Waltz Someday My Prince Will Come Castilian Blues Castilian Drums Fast Life Waltz Limp Three's A Crowd Dance Duet Back To Earth Fatha

Disc: 4 (Time Changes) Iberia Unisphere Shim Wha World's Fair Cable Car Theme From Elementals Elementals

Disc: 5 (Time In) Lost Waltz Softly, William, Softley Time In Forty Days Travellin' Blues He Done Her Wrong Lonesome Cassandra Rude Old Man Who Said That? Watusi Drums

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