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Keith Jarrett: Tokyo '96

Read "Tokyo '96" reviewed by C. Andrew Hovan

Little did pianist Keith Jarrett probably know that when he got together with bassist Gary Peacock and drummer Jack DeJohnette to cut a trio album of standards back in 1983 that he was creating an ensemble that would become a standard in itself. Now with over a dozen albums under its belt, the Jarrett Trio celebrates ...

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Keith Jarrett: Tokyo '96

Read "Tokyo '96" reviewed by Larry Koenigsberg

In one of their last performances before Jarrett's illness took him from his public, his Standards Trio plays a typically inventive set of interpretations of tunes of former or perennial popularity, a Charlie Parker blues ("Billie's bounce") and a Bud Powell tune out of “I've got rhythm" ("John's abbey"). Jarrett also gets credit for two compositions ...

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Keith Jarrett: Tokyo '96

Read "Tokyo '96" reviewed by John Sharpe

Hard to believe that it's been over twenty years since Jarrett released his landmark Koln Concert album. Over the course of the next two decades he released an enormous (some would say self-indulgent) amount of material in both solo and group settings. Yet, as Tokyo '96 demonstrates, Keith Jarrett remains a vital force and his “standards" ...

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Keith Jarrett Trio: Tokyo '96

Read "Tokyo '96" reviewed by Christopher Hoard

If you're not yet familiar with the trio dynamics and musical history bestowed on the planet by Keith Jarrett, Jack DeJonette, and Gary Peacock, you probably: a) have zero interest in piano jazz b) remain unenlightened about the beauty jazz can attain as an art form c) like the music but find it difficult to get ...


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