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Jarrett, Fodde, Tamura, Bartlett, Douglas, And More

Read "Jarrett, Fodde, Tamura, Bartlett, Douglas, And More" reviewed by Bob Osborne

On this show a selection of brand new releases from Lucia Fodde, Keith Jarrett, Natsuki Tamura, Doug Stone & Marcelo Magalhães Pinto, Harry Bartlett, Enrico Rava & Fred Hersch, Matias Formica, and Dave Douglas.Playlist Show Intro 00:00 Lucia Fodde “Yesterdays" from Traces of You (Self Released) 00:40 Keith Jarrett “Bordeaux Concert Part 1" from Bordeaux Concert (ECM) 04:44 Natsuki Tamura “Karakara" from Iyaho (Bandcamp) 16:38 Doug Stone & Marcelo Magalhães Pinto “Chatting By The Fire" from Shifting Perspectives ...


Album Review

Keith Jarrett: Bordeaux Concert

Read "Bordeaux Concert" reviewed by Karl Ackermann

Recorded at the Bordeaux National Opera House, in July 2016, Bordeaux Concert marks Keith Jarrett's final solo performance in France. The improvised suite came from a prolific European tour which has produced three ECM releases to date. There is little doubt that the label will continue to extract Jarrett's live performances in the post-2018 period, which has left him unable to play. Bordeaux Concert demonstrates that, even as Jarrett aged and cultivated his repertoire, he never let intellect overpower spontaneity. ...


Album Review

Keith Jarrett: Bordeaux Concert

Read "Bordeaux Concert" reviewed by Mike Jurkovic

Like so much of his renowned canon—including Köln Concert, Bremen-Lausanne, La Scala, A Multitude of Angels (ECM, 1975, 1973, 1997, 2016)— Bordeaux Concert feels like it has always been there. In the air, in the heart, in the quiet turnings of a world at large. Just waiting for one to encounter it and come to the greater understanding of just how beautiful, how peaceful, this life can be. Communicative on every level, Bordeaux Concert places the listener front ...


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His Songs - The Keith Jarrett Songbook - Companion Mixtape

Read "His Songs - The Keith Jarrett Songbook - Companion Mixtape" reviewed by Ludovico Granvassu

Two hours are so quick to fill and one has to often exclude tracks that deserve attention but for one reason or another (length, similarities to other selections, need for variety and flow etc.) don't find the right spot in the playlist... To remedy the situation we have a “companion mixtape" series when it's necessary to share great music in addition to that which is included in our regular show. Enjoy these additional renditions of Keith Jarrett music. ...


Radio & Podcasts

His Songs - The Keith Jarrett Songbook, Part 2

Read "His Songs - The Keith Jarrett Songbook, Part 2" reviewed by Ludovico Granvassu

In the second part of this week's show we continue exploring the compositional genius of Keith Jarrett on the occasion of his 76th birthday, focusing on renditions of his tunes by other musicians. It is one of the ways we can celebrate the lasting contributions Keith Jarrett has made to the music world at a time where his health prevents him from playing the piano. Happy listening! PlaylistBen Allison “Mondo Jazz Theme (feat. Ted Nash & ...


Radio & Podcasts

His Songs - The Keith Jarrett Songbook, Part 1

Read "His Songs - The Keith Jarrett Songbook, Part 1" reviewed by Ludovico Granvassu

For over four and a half decades, Keith Jarrett has penned countless memorable compositions many of which have become an integral part of the repertoires of many of today's musicians. As his years at ECM have become increasingly focused on improvisational tour de forces or the exploration of the Great American Songbook, the compositions of Keith Jarrett that other musicians have been covering are mostly the tunes from his years with Atlantic and Impulse!, which perhaps better lend themselves to ...


Album Review

Keith Jarrett: Budapest Concert

Read "Budapest Concert" reviewed by Scott Gudell

Keith Jarrett has always chosen wisely. Early on, the pianist partnered with musicians who helped shape the transition of jazz from the classic cool sounds of the 1950s though the more aggressive fusion period of the late 1960s and early 1970s. In the early 1970s, Jarrett began a high wire act of recording and releasing a number of daring solo piano projects including the revered and respected Koln Concert (ECM, 1975). Manfred Eicher and his elite team at ECM Records ...


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