The Complete Columbia Studio Albums 1955-66

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The Complete Columbia Studio Albums 1955-66

Limited Edition

19 CDs -  $149.98


19 great albums on 19 CDs! Each individual album is packaged in a replica mini-LP sleeve reproducing that album’s original cover art. Bonus tracks are included. The booklet includes full discographical info., rare photos, and liner notes!
1) The Dave Brubeck Quartet / Brubeck Time (CL 622 / CD CK 65724)
2) The Dave Brubeck Quartet / Jazz Impressions Of The U.S.A. (CL 984)
3) The Dave Brubeck Quartet / Jazz Impressions Of Eurasia (CS 8058)
4) The Dave Brubeck Quartet / Dave Digs Disney (CL 1059 / CD 88697 90695
5) The Dave Brubeck Quartet / Gone With The Wind (CS 8156)
6) The Dave Brubeck Quartet / Time Out! (CS 8192 / CK 65122)
7) The Dave Brubeck Quartet / Southern Scene (CS 8235)
8) The Dave Brubeck Quartet / Bernstein Plays Brubeck Plays Bernstein (CS 8257)
9) The Dave Brubeck Quartet / Time Further Out (CS 8490 / CD CK 64668)
10) The Dave Brubeck Quartet / Countdown: Time In Outer Space (CS 8575 / CD CK 86405)
11) The Dave Brubeck Quartet / Bossa Nova U.S.A. (CS 8798)
12) The Dave Brubeck Quartet / Brandenburg Gate: Revisited (CS 8763 / CD CK 65725)
13) The Dave Brubeck Quartet / Time Changes (CS 8927 / CD CK 85992)
14) The Dave Brubeck Quartet / Jazz Impressions Of Japan (CS 9012 / CD CK 65726)
15) The Dave Brubeck Quartet / Jazz Impressions Of New York (CS 9075)
16) The Dave Brubeck Quartet / Angel Eyes (CS 9148)
17) The Dave Brubeck Quartet / My Favorite Things (CS 9237)
18) The Dave Brubeck Quartet / Time In (CS 9312 / CD CK 85994)
19) The Dave Brubeck Quartet / Plays Cole Porter - Anything Goes! (CS 9402)

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