My 2015 Latin take on an oldie but goldie! The Jazz standard first played by Dave Brubeck written by Paul Desmond.

Brubeck's breakthrough came in 1959 with the release of the album "Time Out," which featured the iconic composition "Take Five." The album's use of unconventional time signatures, including the groundbreaking 5/4 meter of "Take Five," captured the imagination of listeners and became one of the best-selling jazz albums of all time.

“Time Out” was recorded and released, named for its odd time signatures in songs such as “Take Five” and “Blue Rondo a la Turk.” It became the first jazz album to sell more than a million copies.

Take Five Dave Brubeck cover is a cover track originally written by Dave Brubeck.

This cover track was first made available on this website in 2015 though recording precedes that. Non-Mechanical Copyright remains with the original author and can be fully ascertained from registrations with the appropriate representatives.

Take Five Dave Brubeck cover is a jazz and standard track.

Benny Sutton plays all instruments on Take Five Dave Brubeck cover especially with emphasis to guitar and keyboards (unless otherwise noted). All other instruments are virtual (VST) and either played directly as MIDI from a MIDI keyboard or sequenced directly into a MIDI editor.

Benny also does all arrangements, produces, and engineers all recordings in his home studio using Cubase as his DAW (Digital Audio Workstation).

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