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Keith Jarrett: The Melody at Night, With You

Read "The Melody at Night, With You" reviewed by C. Michael Bailey

My Two Cents. I read with great interest David Adler’s review of The Melody at Night, With You in the December issue of AAJ. I have very much enjoyed Jarrett’s Standards Trio recordings ( Still Live ) and his quasi-New Age musings ( The Koln Concert ). But as fine as these recordings may be, Jarrett’s ...

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Keith Jarrett: The Melody At Night, With You

Read "The Melody At Night, With You" reviewed by David Adler

I once heard a well-known pianist refer to Keith Jarrett as “the Elton John of jazz," and it wasn’t a slam. I think James Taylor is more like it. Taylor’s music has a certain country-blues Americanism; it lives in a galaxy nearer to Jarrett’s gospel- and folk-tinged songs and improvisations. It’s true, Jarrett has always been ...

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Keith Jarrett: The Melody At Night, With You

Read "The Melody At Night, With You" reviewed by Glenn Astarita

Pianist Keith Jarrett goes it alone on The Melody at Night, With You. No stranger to solo recitals, here Jarrett tackles familiar standards along with a few traditional pieces and as we come to expect, the performances are near flawless. Part of the beauty and majesty of it all lies within Jarrett's penchant for understatement and ...