The origin of the “The Dave Brubeck Quartet – Gone With The Wind” came out of the Brubeck’s desire to create an album of original music using unusual meters he discovered abroad such as in traditional Turkish folk music, which eventually became the album Time Out.
However, the label executives insisted that the band first create a more conventional album to cover the risk of their preferred concept. The album was recorded in Los Angeles, California on April 22 and 23, 1959 as a concept album paying tribute to the State of Georgia.
Original Issue. Original Label. Black Band “Stereo” with six “Eyes” logos. Columbia CS 8156. 1959. VG****