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Label: Columbia
Year: 1963
Released on LP: Yes
Released on CD: Yes

Tracks

1. Iberia
2. Unisphere
3. Shim Wha
4. World's Fair
5. Cable Car
6. Theme from Elementals
7. Elementals

Personnel

Dave Brubeck (piano)
Paul Desmond (alto sax)
Joe Morello (drums)
Eugene Wright (bass)

Notes

1. Recorded between October 1963 & January 1964.

2. The whole second side of the album, the composition "Elementals", resulted from a relationship with Rayburn Wright, The Eastman School of Music and its "Arranger's Workshop" and an impending concert in Rochester, New York.

3. The cover painting is by the internationally acclaimed American abstract painter, Sam Francis.

4. "Time Changes" is a continuation of Dave's hit albums – "Brubeck Time", "Time Out", "Time Further Out" and "Countdown – Time In Outer Space", exploring the elements of time in jazz and music.

5. Included in Sony Music Distribution 2004 Box Set of “For All Time” which included the following CD’s.

• Time Out
• Time Further Out,
• Countdown: Time in Outer Space
• Time Changes
• Time In

All of the CD’s had new liner notes written by Dave.

This edition of "Time Changes" included an additional bonus track, previously unreleased - " Theme from Elementals".

6. Included in the 2010, 5 CD package set - Original Album Classics - Sony/BMG - Germany

• Time Out
• Time Further Out
• Countdown: Time in Outer Space
• Time Changes
• Time In

7. Included in the Columbia Legacy release in 2011 – “The Dave Brubeck Quartet - The Columbia Studio Albums Collection 1955 - 1966” - 19 albums packaged in a replica mini-LP sleeve.

Reviews

All Music Guide – Review – copyright

For this entry in Dave Brubeck's series of Time albums, his Quartet with altoist Paul Desmond performs "Elementals" with an orchestra and plays five briefer originals including four that have unusual time signatures; "World's Fair" is in 13/4 time. It's not an essential purchase but a good example of Dave Brubeck's music.

Scott Yanow

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