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The Carnegie Hall Concert

Label: ECM Records
Released: 2007
Track listing: CD1: Part 1; Part 2; Part 3; Part 4; Part 5. CD2: Part 6; Part 7; Part 8; Part 9; Part 10. Encores: The Good America; Paint My Heart Red; My Song; True Blues; Time on My Hands.

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Keith Jarrett: The Carnegie Hall Concert

Read "The Carnegie Hall Concert" reviewed by Andrew Velez

Whether on his own or in company the likes of Charlie Haden, Miles Davis and Charles Lloyd, pianist Keith Jarrett has always been a trailblazer. This double-disc set of his first North American solo concert in a decade amply demonstrates just how wide-ranging and intense his performances can be. Each of these 2006 sets forms a ...

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Keith Jarrett: The Carnegie Hall Concert

Read "The Carnegie Hall Concert" reviewed by Nenad Georgievski

Keith Jarrett really has created a whole new genre of music with his solo piano improvisations. The now legendary Köln Concert (ECM, 1975) is considered to be the mother of all solo instrumental albums, and with good reason. Despite hundreds of similar recordings in recent years, too many wanna-be imitators remain just cheap imitations. Even after ...

The Carnegie Hall Concert

Label: ECM Records
Released: 2006
Track listing: CD1: Part 1; Part 2; Part 3; Part 4; Part 5. CD2: Part 6; Part 7; Part 8; Part 9; Part 10. Encores: The Good America; Paint My Heart Red; My Song; True Blues; Time on My Hands.

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Keith Jarrett: The Carnegie Hall Concert

Read "The Carnegie Hall Concert" reviewed by AAJ Italy Staff

Il miglior segno dell'avvenuta guarigione di Keith Jarrett dalla malattia che negli ultimi dieci anni ne ha molto limitato le apparizioni pubbliche è il ritorno alla pratica del concerto in solitudine, sicuramente la più impegnativa per il pianista che lo affronta sempre come una totale improvvisazione. Un primo ritorno era già avvenuto nel 2002 con alcuni ...

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Keith Jarrett: The Carnegie Hall Concert

Read "The Carnegie Hall Concert" reviewed by Jason Crane

Three minutes and 22 seconds into “Part 3" of The Carnegie Hall Concert, pianist Keith Jarrett uses one of his trademark vocalizations as a second instrument, elevating the stately piece into a gorgeous anthem that grabs the attention and lifts the spirit. Then, a few seconds later, he stops. It's hard to decide which moment is ...

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Keith Jarrett: The Carnegie Hall Concert

Read "The Carnegie Hall Concert" reviewed by John Kelman

With the release of Radiance (ECM, 2005), Keith Jarrett made a triumphant return to improvised solo piano performance. The 2002 recording was the first live solo piano performance to be released since La Scala (ECM, 1997), and it reflected a change in Jarrett's approach to solo improvisation. That change continues on The Carnegie Hall Concert, a ...


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