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I 10 CD nel CD-Player di... Oscar Del Barba

Read "I 10 CD nel CD-Player di... Oscar Del Barba" reviewed by Vincenzo Roggero

01. Brad Mehldau-Live in Marciac (Nonesuch -2011). Un doppio con DVD. Un'ennesima dimostrazione della grandezza di questo che potrei considerare senza dubbio come uno dei più grandi pianisti di tutti i tempi. 02. Johan Sebastian Bach -Passione secondo Matteo. Direttore Sir George Solti (Decca -1990). Capolavoro della musica del grande Maestro. ...

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TD Toronto Jazz Festival 2010

Read "TD Toronto Jazz Festival 2010" reviewed by Alain Londes

TD Toronto International Jazz FestivalToronto, Ontario, CanadaJune 25-July 4, 2010 The TD Toronto Jazz Festival enjoyed its 24th edition this year in a city dominated by a focus on the G8 and G20 Summit meetings for the first few days. Despite very minor delays for a couple of shows and some instances ...

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You Don't Know What Love Is

Featuring the music of Keith Jarrett Trio
Duration: 8:41

Keith Jarrett - Piano Gary Peacock - Bass Jack DeJohnette - Drums
ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Keith Jarrett Trio: Always Let Me Go: Live in Tokyo

Read "Always Let Me Go:  Live in Tokyo" reviewed by Mark F. Turner

If total improvisation is a factor, then the combined trio of Keith Jarrett, Jack DeJohnette, and Gary Peacock, are a musical force to be reckoned with. Always Let Me Go: Live in Tokyo was recorded in 2001 and is an aural snapshot of freedom and spontaneity. Jarrett, a piano prodigy, made his mark in the world ...

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Keith Jarrett Trio: Inside Out

Read "Inside Out" reviewed by Glenn Astarita

This 2001 release marks a departure from the Trio’s standards-based format and in pianist, Keith Jarrett’s words: “I mentioned to Jack (DeJohnette) and Gary (Peacock), during a tour in Europe, that perhaps we would scrap the format – the whole idea of having to use any material.” Recorded during two evenings at London’s “Royal Festival Hall,” ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

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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