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9 Awesome ‘Take Five’ Videos to Remember Dave Brubeck By

Dave Brubeck
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Dave Brubeck, whose quartet had the first million-selling jazz album, ‘Time Out,’ passed away today at the age of 91 from heart failure. Whether you realize it or not, you have probably heard Brubeck’s music, which has been featured on myriad soundtracks for television and film.

‘Take Five,’ the Dave Brubeck Quartet’s best-known song is especially popular for setting a jazzy mood. Here are just a few scenes in which the song has made appearances, and a few covers as well. Enjoy!

‘Constantine’

‘Pleasantville’

‘Manhattan Murder Mystery’

‘The West Wing’

‘The Simpsons’

Brittni Paiva, acoustic cover

Carmen McRae

Accordion and band cover

Sock Puppet version

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