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Whisper Not

Label: Zoho Music
Released: 2024
Track listing: Whisper Not; Airegin; Pensativa; It’s You or No One; These Foolish Things; Embraceable You; Just Friends; Speak Low; Penelope’s Peril; Nardis; Ceora; Quick Drink.

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Quick Drink

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Label: Zoho Music
Released: 2024
Duration: 06:56

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Penelope's Peril

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Label: Zoho Music
Released: 2024
Duration: 3:23

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Paul Kendall: Whisper Not

Read "Whisper Not" reviewed by Jack Bowers


An organ trio led not by the organist, Dan Kostelnik, but by tenor saxophonist Paul Kendall. Makes no difference, as the music on Whisper Not is delightful, and Kostelnik and Kendall sound like they've been playing together for years instead of for the first time on this impressive studio date, recorded in March 2023.

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Whisper Not

Label: Self Produced
Released: 2015

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Video

Whisper Not

Featuring the music of Benny Golson & Art Farmer
Duration: 11:57

Benny Golson and Art Farmer lead an all-star band in this song from a 1997 in Salzau, Germany. They are joined by Milt Jackson on vibes, Niels-Henning Orsted Pedersen on bass, Kenny Kirkland on piano, Ulf Wakenius on guitar and Jonas Johansen on drums.
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Whisper Not

Label: RCA
Released: 2000

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Keith Jarrett: Whisper Not

Read "Whisper Not" reviewed by David Adler


Recorded live in 1999 at the Palais des Congrès in Paris, Keith Jarrett’s standards trio has rarely sounded more focused and brilliant. For one thing, a premium is put on brevity. There are none of the aimless 20-minute codas that one hears on some previous albums. Only “What Is This Thing Called Love," which opens disc ...

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Keith Jarrett/Gary Peacock/Jack DeJohnette: Whisper Not

Read "Whisper Not" reviewed by C. Andrew Hovan


It’s been a long time since the first volumes of standard interpretations by Jarrett, Peacock, and DeJohnette hit the streets, announcing a new direction for the multifaceted Jarrett. It was 1983 to be exact and since then a distinguished series of ECM sides has built on the solid reputation so clearly established right at the start. ...

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Keith Jarrett: Whisper Not

Read "Whisper Not" reviewed by AAJ Staff


As one of the most inspiring and mercurial piano players of late twentieth-century jazz, Keith Jarrett, somewhat akin to Charles Lloyd in whose group Jarrett first enjoyed vast popularity, goes through phases. Perhaps it's growth. Perhaps it's retreat and regrouping. Perhaps it's the fertility of a boundless imagination.Of course, the strangest of Jarrett's life ...


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