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Take Five. but it was 5/8. or 5/4. whatever. Regardless, it wasnt called Take ten.
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Take Five. but it was 5/8. or 5/4. whatever. Regardless, it wasnt called Take ten.


Actually, one of Paul Desmond's albums is named Take Ten, and so is the title track.
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Take Five. but it was 5/8. or 5/4. whatever. Regardless, it wasnt called Take ten.
Yeah, I've heard take five, good song. I watched a documentary that he was in and he stared playing a completely different song and said it was in 10/8. Something about him getting the idea from watching armenians improvise?