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Sachal Studios Orchestra play Brubeck's Take Five

Sachal Studios Orchestra play Brubeck's Take Five

(5:53) Strange combination of Jazz and Indian music cultures. An interesting idea that should never have become reality, or do you vehemently disagree? Next video is Dave Brubeck Quartet playing Take Five in 1966.

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Guest: Guest (1515 days ago)
What do you call a 'normal' sax? It's an alto.
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What do you call a 'normal' sax? It's an alto.
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Guest: Nabeel (1473 days ago)
Just for reference - it's a Pakistani orchestra from Lahore... :)
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Just for reference - it's a Pakistani orchestra from Lahore... :)
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Guest: Googleflip (1514 days ago)
It's nice to hear a fresh look on a well loved, well worn song.
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It's nice to hear a fresh look on a well loved, well worn song.
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Guest: Abid Mujtaba (1471 days ago)
I fail to understand the damning criticism of this charming effort. It's only doing in reverse what Peter Gabriel did with Nursat Fateh Ali's Sufi quawwali. That was fantastic, so is this.
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I fail to understand the damning criticism of this charming effort. It's only doing in reverse what Peter Gabriel did with Nursat Fateh Ali's Sufi quawwali. That was fantastic, so is this.
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Guest: Mike Aris (1465 days ago)
Latest comment: I heard this on BBC World Service about a week ago and just HAD to track it down. For me it is magic music - I keep playing it over and over again. But each to his taste...
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Latest comment: I heard this on BBC World Service about a week ago and just HAD to track it down. For me it is magic music - I keep playing it over and over again. But each to his taste...
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Guest: taz (1513 days ago)
works for me too
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works for me too
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Guest: (1515 days ago)
How kool is Joe Morello?
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How kool is Joe Morello?
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Guest: Guest (1516 days ago)
Very good, I think. Innovation is what jazz is about.
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Very good, I think. Innovation is what jazz is about.
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Guest: 44TonneTon (1514 days ago)
Works for me!
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Works for me!
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Guest: (1516 days ago)
Paul Desmond wasn't using an alto sax. He was using a normal sax.
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Paul Desmond wasn't using an alto sax. He was using a normal sax.
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glortman glortman (1515 days ago)
A Selmer Super Balanced Action Alto, to be precise. Not exactly normal, but still an alto sax.
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A Selmer Super Balanced Action Alto, to be precise. Not exactly normal, but still an alto sax.
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Guest: Goddess (1473 days ago)
Sooo cool and totally works !! xxx
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Sooo cool and totally works !! xxx
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