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Brubeck drew inspiration for this style of music during a . State Department -sponsored tour of Eurasia , where he observed a group of Turkish street musicians performing a traditional folk song with supposedly Bulgarian influences that was played in 9
8 time (traditionally called "Bulgarian meter"), rarely used in Western music. After learning from native symphony musicians about the form, Brubeck was inspired to create an album that deviated from the usual 4
4 time of jazz and experimented with the exotic styles he had experienced abroad. [5]

Tracklist:
01. Blue Rondo a la Turk – 06:47
02. Strange Meadow Lark – 07:26
03. Take Five – 05:28
04. Three to Get Ready – 05:25
05. Kathy’s Waltz – 04:53
06. Everybody’s Jumpin’ – 04:27
07. Pick Up Sticks – 04:17

The album was reissued with an alternate track lineup as 3230 in 1956. [3] In addition to the 1952 recordings, this version includes a track recorded in March 1954 at the University of California . In 1962 the same tracks would be reissued again, some on an album with the same title (8093) and others on an album entitled "Jazz at Storyville" numbered 8080. [2] [3] In the UK and New Zealand the album was issued as the 12" Vogue Records LP LDE 104. [4]


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