From the 1958 album, "Jazz Impressions of Eurasia", here's the Dave Brubeck Quartet with "Nomad".
'Tuber jazz4asahel commented: "One of the musical compositions and cultural impressions returned by the Dave Brubeck Quartet from their 1958 U. S. Department of State tour of Eurasia. The enormity of the music and its diplomatic success stands as testament to an entirely different approach to world relationships but a half century ago. One might ask how those relationships fell to what they are today, and how they might respond to similarly skilled and finessed efforts to return them to less volatile, even stable and peaceful conditions. At the time Nomad was released on a 45 RPM vinyl recording, I was age 13 and heard it quite by accident; I never again spun an Elvis recording. From that chance hearing onward Dave Brubeck and his Quartet and the LP album liner notes began a curiosity and self-education within me that continues to this day. Our tastes and our behaviors are entirely of our own choice. They are the individual responsibilities of souls in both the East and West. Our world is our choice. Ask yourself, what kinds of reasonable and spiritually generous decisions and solutions can I proffer to cause a more enlightened and Universally-acceptable result in the human condition of today. Bravo Mr. Brubeck. Rest in peace."